Sharp XE-A203 manual

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    ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER CAJA REGISTRADORA ELECTRONICA INSTRUCTION MANUAL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES[...]

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    FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not expressl[...]

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    1 English English INTRODUCTION Thank you very much for your purchase of the SHARP Electronic Cash Re[...]

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    CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................[...]

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    The tax table (applicable to the add-on tax) ......................................................[...]

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    4 P ARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS Front view Rear view External View 1 The printer is a one station ty[...]

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    5 The mode switch can be operated by inserting one of the two supplied mode keys - manager (MA) and [...]

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    6 This key locks and unlocks the drawer. To lock it, turn 90 degrees counterclockwise. To unlock it,[...]

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    7 GETTING ST ARTED Please follow the procedure shown below. The batteries are not installed and the [...]

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    8 3. Insert three new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size) as illustrated at the right. When the [...]

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    9 4. While holding down the paper, slowly close the print roller arm, and push down the arm until y[...]

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    10 Now you are ready for sales registration. Starting sales entries 7 While the cash register is pre[...]

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    11 OVER VIEW OF FLOW OF DAIL Y SALES ENTRIES Things to do before you start sales entries: • Make s[...]

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    12 BASIC SALES ENTR Y Listed below is a basic sales entry example when selling department items by c[...]

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    13 Clerk assignment Prior to any item entries, clerks must enter their clerk codes into the register[...]

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    14 Single item entries Department entries The cash register provides a maximum of 99 departments for[...]

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    15 Repeat entries You can use this function for entering a sale of two or more of the same items. Re[...]

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    16 Split pricing entries This function is practical when the customer wants to purchase items normal[...]

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    17 Single item cash sale (SICS) entry • This function is useful when a sale is for only one item a[...]

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    18 Check tendering Cash or check sale that does not require entry Enter items and press the A key if[...]

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    19 Automatic tax When the register is programmed with a tax rate (or tax table) and the tax status o[...]

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    20 T ax status shift The machine allows you to shift the programmed tax status of each department [...]

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    21 OPTIONAL FEA TURES Discount and premium entries using the percent key The percent key is used to [...]

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    22 Discount for the merchandise subtotal Discount for item entries Refund entries For departments 1 [...]

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    23 Currency conversion The register allows payment entries in a foreign currency (only cash payment [...]

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    24 Received-on Account and Paid-out Entries When you receive on account from a customer or when you [...]

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    25 CORRECTION If you make an incorrect entry relating to a department, PLU/sub-department, percentag[...]

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    26 You can void an entire transaction. Once subtotal void is executed, the transaction is aborted an[...]

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    27 PRIOR T O PROGRAMMING Before starting sales entries, you must first program necessary items so th[...]

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    28 T ime For setting the time, enter the time in 4 digits (HHMM) using the 24-hour format. For exam[...]

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    29 Example: Programming the tax rate 4% as tax rate 2 with tax exempt as 12¢ • If you make an inc[...]

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    30 The first figure to be entered depends upon whether the difference between a minimum breakpoint t[...]

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    31 • If the tax is not provided for every cent, modify the tax table by setting the tax for every [...]

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    32 AUXILIAR Y FUNCTION PROGRAMMING Merchandise can be classified into a maximum of 99 departments. I[...]

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    33 Example: Programming department 2 as taxable 1, SICS, negative department, entry digit limit - 7 [...]

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    34 Unit price and associated department assignment *2: 1 through 1200 (Depending on the EJ memory si[...]

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    35 The cash register provides miscellaneous keys such as % , & , - , f , r , R , V , t , C , c a[...]

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    36 Amount for - Percent rate limitation for % and & • Percent entries that exceed the upper [...]

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    37 *: Item: Selection: Entry: A Tax 4 status Taxable 1 Non-taxable* 0 B Tax 3 status Taxable [...]

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    38 Entry digit limit for r , R and t • For rR , enter 0 to 9 (digits), and for t (manual tax), [...]

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    39 The register allows you to program the text for clerk names, department item names, PLU/sub-depar[...]

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    40 Alphanumeric character code table *(DC): Double-size character code : The shaded character cannot[...]

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    41 Department text *To program departments 17 through 32, press the department shift key. PLU text [...]

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    42 List of function texts • The items marked with “ * ” are for Canada only. • The function [...]

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    43 Clerk names Logo messages The register can print programmed messages on every receipt. On the sta[...]

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    44 To print the logo message “THANK YOU” using double sized characters and centering on the thir[...]

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    45 Consecutive numbers The cash register provides the electronic journal (EJ) function. By default, [...]

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    46 Function parameters for EJ * Item: Selection: Entry: A Always enter 0. (Fixed position) 0 B [...]

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    47 The cash register provides various detailed functions listed below. • Function selection for mi[...]

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    48 Print format Job code: 6 * Item: Selection: Entry: A Printing style Use the printer for journa[...]

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    49 Other programming Job code: 61 * Item: Selection: Entry: A Always enter 0. (Fixed position) 0[...]

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    50 Job code: 70 * Item: Selection: Entry: A Split pricing counting Quantity* 0 Package 1 B Mult[...]

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    51 The cash register provides various options so you can use the register to suit your sales needs. [...]

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    52 Online time out setting Default: 007 Thermal printer density * 50 is the default setting. To make[...]

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    53 Language selection *Language: 0: English 2: French 3: Spanish (default: English) When you c[...]

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    54 AUTO key programming — Automatic sequence key — If you program frequently performed transacti[...]

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    55 Mode Dept. code Dept. text Function no.& its text Dept. unit price w/sign Dept. function Minu[...]

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    56 2 Programming report 2 Job code A to H from the left Training clerk specification Language selec[...]

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    57 READING (X) AND RESETTING (Z) OF SALES T OT ALS • Use the reading function (X) when you need to[...]

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    58 Full sales report • Sample report *1: When you take X1 report, “X1” is printed. *2: Printed[...]

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    59 Full sales report • Sample report The subsequent printouts are the same in format as in the X1/[...]

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    60 EJ REPORT READING AND RESETTING The cash register provides an electronic journal (EJ) function. T[...]

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    61 OVERRIDE ENTRIES Programmed limit for functions (such as for maximum amounts) can be overridden b[...]

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    62 HOW T O USE AN SD MEMOR Y CARD You can exchange data through an SD memory card between your cash [...]

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    63 If an error occurs while data is transferred from your cash register to the inserted SD memory ca[...]

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    64 The SD card slot is located on the right side of your cash register and has a cover. Inserting an[...]

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    65 Set the mode switch to the PGM position. Saving (writing) all the data Restoring (reading) the [...]

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    66 W riting and reading all the programming data You can write all the programming data in the cash[...]

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    67 W riting of electronic journal Write electronic journal data in the EJ memory of your cash regis[...]

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    68 OPERA T OR MAINTENANCE When power is lost, the machine retains its memory contents and all inform[...]

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    69 This cash register displays a low battery symbol ( ) when the batteries are low, and displays a [...]

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    70 Removing the paper roll When a red dye appears on the paper roll, it is time to replace it. Repla[...]

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    71 6. While holding down the paper, slowly close the print roller arm, and push down the arm until [...]

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    72 Caution: The paper cutter is mounted on the printer cover. Be careful not to cut yourself. Never [...]

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    73 The malfunctions shown in the left-hand column below, labelled “Fault,” do not necessarily in[...]

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    74 SPECIFICA TIONS Model: XE-A203 Dimensions: 13.8 (W) x 16.9 (D) x 11.1 (H) in. (350 (W) x 430 (D)[...]

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    English Español INTRODUCCION Le agradecemos la adquisición de la caja registradora electrónica SH[...]

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    INDICE INTRODUCCION.................................................................................[...]

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    3 P ARTES Y SUS FUNCIONES El selector de modo funciona insertando una de las dos llaves de modo su[...]

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    4 P ARA EMPEZAR Siga el procedimiento mostrado a continuación. Las pilas no están instaladas y l[...]

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    5 P ARA EL OPERADOR REGISTRO BASICO DE VENT AS A continuación se muestra un ejemplo de registro b[...]

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    6 Función ON/OFF (de emisión/no emisión) de recibos Cuando emplea la impresora para emitir recib[...]

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    7 • Cuando se emplea la tecla de registro de código de sección * 1 Menos que los importes de lí[...]

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    8 Registros de venta en metálico de un solo artículo (SICS) • Esta función es útil cuando se v[...]

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    9 Impuestos automáticos Cuando se ha programado una tasa de impuestos (o tabla de impuestos) en la [...]

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    10 Cálculo porcentual para el subtotal de mercancías ~ m 10 %A Cálculo porcentual para registros[...]

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    • Pulse la tecla l después de pulsar la tecla V para cancelar el pago en una divis a. • Si se[...]

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    12 PROGRAMACION DE LAS FUNCIONES BASICAS (Para el inicio rápido) Para programar la caja registrado[...]

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    13 Ejemplo: Programación de la tasa de impuestos del 4% como tasa de impuestos 2 con exención de [...]

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    14 Este primer número que se introduce depende de si la diferencia entre un punto de división mín[...]

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    15 Estado de impuestos (imponible 1 a 4 / no imponible) • Cuando se efectúa un registro de una se[...]

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    16 Selección de PLU/subsección *1: 1 a 1.200 (Dependiendo del ajuste del tamaño de la memoria EJ,[...]

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    17 Parámetros de función para % , & y - *: Elemento: Selección: Registro: A Estado de imp[...]

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    18 Parámetros de función para C , c y A (cuando se usa como tecla CA) * 1: Elemento: Selecció[...]

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    19 Para programar la palabra “Clerk01” con la letra “C” de tamaño doble. Para que la letra [...]

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    20 Lista de textos de función 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26[...]

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    21 Nombres de dependiente Mensajes de membrete La caja registradora puede imprimir mensajes programa[...]

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    22 PROGRAMACION A V ANZADA El número de caja registradora y los números consecutivos se imprimen e[...]

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    23 * Elemento: Selección: Registro: A Introduzca siempre 0. (Posición fija) 0 B Introduzca si[...]

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    24 Selección de función para teclas misceláneas Código de tarea: 5 * Elemento: Selección: Regi[...]

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    25 Selección de función para impuestos Código de tarea: 15 * Elemento: Selección: Registro: A [...]

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    26 Código de tarea: 66 * Elemento: Selección: Registro: A Impresión de un recibo después de la[...]

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    27 Formato de impresión del mensaje del membrete Podrá seleccionar el número de líneas del mensa[...]

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    28 Programación de la tecla AUTO — T ecla de secuencia automática — Si se programan transaccio[...]

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    29 LECTURA (X) Y REPOSICION (Z) DE LOS T OT ALES DE VENT AS • Utilice la función de lectura (X) c[...]

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    Lectura y reposición de los datos del registro diario electrónico (emisión de informe EJ) Podrá [...]

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    31 REGISTROS DE ANULACION El límite programado para las funciones (tales como importes máximos) pu[...]

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    32 Formateo de una tarjeta de memoria SD Cuando emplee una tarjeta de memoria SD nueva por primera v[...]

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    33 Escritura y lectura de todos los datos de programación Podrá escribir todos los datos de progra[...]

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    34 MANTENIMIENT O P ARA EL OPERADOR Si se corta la alimentación, la registradora retiene el conteni[...]

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    35 5. Cierre la cubierta del compartimiento de las pilas. 6. Vuelva a colocar la cubierta de la imp[...]

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    36 7. Cuando no emplee el carrete de toma (empleo como papel de recibos): • Corte el papel sobran[...]

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    37 El cajón de la caja registradora es extraíble. Después de terminar la jornada laboral, extraig[...]

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    38 D 18 2 E 17 1 1 I 22 6 J 21 5 N 26 10 O 25 9 S 30 14 T 29 13 B 20 4 C 19 3 G 24 8 H 23 7 L 28 12[...]

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    LIMITED W ARRANTY SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants to the first consumer purchaser that this S[...]

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    ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER CAJA REGISTRADORA ELECTRONICA INSTRUCTION MANUAL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES[...]