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1. 2. 3. 4. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Enter the rate, with a decimal. 0.000-99.999. It is not necessary to enter proceeding zeros. For example, for 6%, enter 06.000 or 6.000.) Enter 00. Enter: 3 5. 6. 7. to set tax rate 1 to set tax rate 2 to set tax rate 3
Press the TAX SHIFT key. Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming. See tax rate program examples on page 14.
Tax Rate Programming Flowchart

. TAX SHIFT CASH/ TEND

Tax Rate

Tax # (1-3)

Please Note: After programming the tax rate, you must program your department or departments taxable to calculate tax. See page 15 for department programming steps.

Quick Setup 13

Tax Rate Programming Example
If tax 1 is 6 percent, enter:

6. TAX SHIFT

If tax 2 is 7.5 percent, enter:

7. TAX SHIFT

If tax 3 is 10 percent, enter:

1 0. TAX SHIFT

Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming.

CASH/ TEND

The rates you have entered will display and print on the printer:
TAX1 STATUS 00 TAX1 RATE 6.000 TAX2 STATUS 00 TAX2 RATE 7.500 TAX3 STATUS 00 TAX3 RATE 10.000 PROGRAM TERMINATE 01-03-1999 16:0

14 Quick Setup

Programming a Taxable Department
1. 2. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Complete the tax status table below by adding the status digits for each tax. Then enter the resulting tax status code.
Taxable by Rate 1? Taxable by Rate 2? Taxable by Rate 3? Yes = 1 No = 0 Yes = 2 No = 0 Yes = 4 No = 0

+ + + =

3. 4. 5. 6.
Press the @/FOR key. Press the department key you wish to program, or press DEPT SHIFT and the appropriate department if you are programming departments 9-16. Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 for each department you wish to program. Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming.
Taxable Department Programming Flowchart
Repeat for each Department

@/ FOR Tax Status Code

DEPT SHIFT Use DEPT SHIFT for depts 9-16

DEPT KEY

Taxable Department Programming Example
Set department 1 taxable by tax rate 1:

1 @/ FOR

The tax status you have entered will display and print on the printer: DEPT.1 TPROGRAM TERMINATE 01-03-1999 16:00

Quick Setup 15

Basic Operations

Registering Items

1. Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do not use the decimal key. For example, for $2.99, enter:
Press a department key. For example, press department 1/9:

Repeating an Item

3. To register a second item exactly as the first, press the department key a second time. For example, press department 1/9:
Registering Multiple Items
4. Enter the quantity of items being purchase, press the @/FOR key. For example, enter 4 on the numeric key pad and press the @/FOR key:

4 @/ FOR

Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do not use the decimal key. For example, for $1.99, enter:
Press a department key. For example, press department 2/10:

16 Quick Setup

Totaling a Cash Sale
1. 2. Register the items you wish to sell. To display and print the subtotal of the sale including tax, press SUBTOTAL:

SUB TOTAL

THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 DEPT.1 TX DEPT.2 SUBTOTAL TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CASH 03-01-$$@1.99 $$14.30 $5.98 $0.36 $14.30 15:27 00
To total a cash sale, press CASH/TEND:
The display will indicate = for total, the drawer will open and the receipt will print as in the example on the right.

Tendering a Cash Sale

THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 DEPT.1 TX DEPT.2 SUBTOTAL TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT TOTAL CASH CHANGE 03-01-$$@1.99 $$14.30 $5.98 $0.36 $14.30 $20.00 $5.70 15:27 00
Enter the amount tendered by the customer. For example, for $20.00 enter:

Press CASH/TEND:

The display will indicate C for change, the drawer will open and the receipt will print as in the example on the right.

Quick Setup 17

Tendering a Check Sale
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 DEPT.1 TX DEPT.2 SUBTOTAL TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT TOTAL CHECK CHANGE 03-01-$$@1.99 $$14.30 $5.98 $0.36 $14.30 $20.00 $5.70 15:27 00
Enter the amount of the check tendered by the customer. For example, for $20.00 enter:

Press CHECK:

Totaling a Charge Sale
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 DEPT.1 TX DEPT.2 SUBTOTAL TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CHARGE 03-01-$$@1.99 $$14.30 $5.98 $0.36 $14.30 15:27 00

Press CHARGE:

Note: Charge tendering is not allowed.

18 Quick Setup

Clerk Operations
If you wish to use the clerk system, you must first activate the clerk system by setting system option #16. See System Option Programming on page 50. You can activate the clerk system for stay down or pop-up mode. Stay down means that once a clerk is signed on, the same clerk will remain signed on until a different clerk signs on or the original clerk signs off. A stay down clerk system might be used when only one operator uses the register at a time, and a different operator begins when a work shift is changed. Pop-up means that the clerk is automatically signed off an the end of each transaction. Therefore, to begin a transaction, you must first sign a clerk on. A pop-up clerk system might be used in a department store, where several clerks might use the register during the same shift, and clerk sales information is required.

Clerk Sign On

To sign on, enter the secret code and press the CLERK key, or press the CLERK key, then enter the secret code and press the CLERK key again.

Secret clerk #

Clerk Sign Off
To sign off, enter 0, press the CLERK key.

0 CLERK

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Department Registrations

As you make department registrations, you can follow your entries by viewing the display. The digits marked DPT indicate the department used. The digit marked RPT counts items as they are repeated.

Open Department

THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CASH 03-01-$$2.99 $0.18 3.17 15:27 00

Preset Price Department

A preset department registers the price that was previously programmed. See Department Programming on page 45 to program preset prices.
Press a preset department key. For example, press department 5/13:
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.5 CASH 03-01-$$1.29 15:27 00
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Department Repeat Entry

Open or preset price departments may be repeated as many times as necessary by pressing the same department again. (Likewise open or preset PLUs may be repeated by pressing the PLU key again.)
Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do not use the decimal key. For example, for $2.99, enter:
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 DEPT.1 T1 TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CASH 03-01-1999 000006
$$$5.98 $0.36 $6.34 15:28 00
To register a second item exactly as the first, press the department key a second time. For example, press department 1/9:

Multiplication

When several of the same items are to be entered into the same Department, you can use multiplication. You may enter a quantity up to 4 figures (1 to 9999) using the @/FOR key. You may multiply open or preset departments.

Occasionally, you may need to exempt tax from an entire sale. For example, you might remove all state and local taxes when you sell to a church or charitable institution.
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 SUBTOTAL CASH 03-01-$$3.17 $2.99 15:28 00
Press a taxable department key. For example, press department 1/9:

Press Subtotal:

Enter the number for the tax you wish to exempt. Press 1 to shift tax 1, press 2 to shift tax 2 or press 3 to shift tax 3. Press the TAX SHIFT key. For example, exempt tax 1:
Total the sale with CASH/TEND, CHECK, or CHARGE. The sale will not include tax 1.
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Percent Key (+% and -%) Operations
Use the Percent keys to add a percentage surcharge or subtract a percentage from an item or the subtotal of a sale. You can enter the amount of the percentage before pressing the -% or +% keys, or you can program a preset percentage if you are consistently using the same percentage. Programming determines whether it is possible to enter a percentage when the key is also programmed with a preset percentage. See +% and -% Key Programming on page 58 to set a preset percentage.
Preset Percent on a Department or PLU Item
In this example the -% key is preset with a rate of %10.00.
Register the discounted item. Press the -% key:
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT 2 -% CASH 03-01-$10.00 10.000 -1.00 $9.00 15:51 00
The discount is automatically subtracted.
Enter a Percent on a Department or PLU
You can also operate the -% or +% keys by entering the percentage of the discount or surcharge. If necessary, you can enter the percentage with a decimal key (up two 3 digits, i.e. 99.999%).
Register the discounted item. Enter the percentage. If you are entering a fraction of a percent, you must use the decimal key. For example, for off enter:

3 3. 3

THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT 2 -% CASH 03-01-$10.00 33.333 -3.33 $6.67 15:52 00

Press the -% key:

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Percent On Sale Total

In this example a surcharge of 15% is applied.
Register the items you wish to sell. Press SUBTOTAL:
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT 2 SUBTOTAL +% CASH 03-01-$10.00 $10.00 15.000 $1.50 $11.50 15:53 00
Enter the percentage. For example, for 15% enter:

Press the +% key:

The surcharge is automatically added.
Return Merchandise Registrations
If you wish to return or refund an item, press Return Merchandise, then re-enter any item you wish. You can return merchandise as part of a sale, or you can return merchandise as a separate transaction and return cash to the customer.

To return an item, press MDSE RTRN:
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN RETURN MDSE DEPT 2 T1 TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CASH 03-01-1999 000030
Enter the price of the item you wish to return, then press the department key where it was registered originally.

9 2/10

-2.99 -2.99 -0.18 -3.17 15:50 00
Total the sale with CASH/TEND, CHECK, or CHARGE.
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Voids and Corrections

Void Last Item
This function corrects the last item entered.
Register the item you wish to sell. Press the VOID key.
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 DEPT 2 VOID DEPT 2 TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CASH 03-01-$$1.29 -1.29 $2.29 $0.14 $2.43 15:47 00

Void Previous Item

This function allows you to correct an item registered previously in a transaction.
Register an item. Then register a second item. To correct the first item, press CLEAR, then press VOID:

CLEAR VOID

THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT 2 DEPT.1 T1 VOID DEPT 2 TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CASH 03-01-$1.29 $-1.29 $2.29 $0.14 $2.43 15:49 00
Enter the price of the first item, then press the department key where it was registered originally.
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Cancel

The CANCEL key allows you to stop any transaction. Anything registered within the transaction before the CANCEL key is pressed is automatically corrected. The CANCEL key may be inactivated through programming, see CANCEL Key Programming on page 62.
Register the items you wish to sell. Press the CANCEL key.
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 $COUPON -0.50 CANCEL-----------------03-01-1999 15:00

Void Position Operations

You can use the Void control lock position to correct any complete transaction. To correct any transaction:
Turn the control lock to the VOID position. Enter the transaction you wish to correct exactly as it was entered originally in the REG control lock position. You can enter discounts, voids, returns, tax exemptions or any other function. All totals and counters are corrected as if the original transaction did not take place.
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN VOID MODE DEPT.1 T1 DEPT 2 SUBTOTAL TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CASH 03-01-1999 000026

Advanced Operating Instructions 39

Post Tender

Post tendering means computing change after the sale has been totaled and the drawer is open. This feature is useful when a customer changes the amount of the tender or the clerk becomes confused counting change manually. Normally, this function is not allowed. If you wish to allow post tendering, you must set system option #14 to a value of 1. See System Option Programming on page 50.
Register the items you wish to sell. Press CASH/TEND:
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 SUBTOTAL TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT CASH 03-01-$2.00 $2.12 $2.00 $0.12 $2.12 15:36 00
The display will indicate = for total, the drawer will open and the receipt will print as in the example on the right. Enter the amount of the tender, Press CASH/TEND:
The display will indicate C for change and display $17.88 change due.
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Currency Conversion

If you normally accept currency from a neighboring nation, you can program the SAM4s ER-350 to convert the subtotal of a sale to the equivalent cost in the foreign currency. To do this, you need to program the conversion factor. For example, if the US dollar (home currency) is worth 1.3720 Canadian dollars (foreign currency), the conversion factor is 1.3720. See Programming Currency Exchange Rates on page 63 to set a conversion rate.
Register the items you wish to sell. Press SUBTOTAL to display the amount due in your home currency:
THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN DEPT.1 T1 SUBTOTAL TAXABLE1 TAX1 AMOUNT FOREIGN AMT CHANGE RATE HOME AMT. CHANGE 03-01-$2.00 $2.12 $2.00 $0.12 @10.00 #1.3720 $7.29 $.5.17 15:38 00
To convert the amount due to an equivalent value in foreign currency, press C/CONV:

C/CONV

Enter the amount of the foreign currency tender, Press CASH/TEND:
The display will indicate C for change and display $5.17 change due. The change due is computed in home currency!
Advanced Operating Instructions 41

Add Check

Use the ADD CHECK key when you wish to issue a receipt, but not yet pay for the sale. For example, one person may wish to pay for two guest checks at a restaurant, or one person may pay for two admissions, where separate receipts are required for each person.

10. Enter 8 (repeat break point), press the TAX SHIFT key. 11. Enter 4 (repeat break point), press the TAX SHIFT key. 12. Enter 1 (repeat break point), press the TAX SHIFT key. 13. Press the CASH/TEND key to complete the tax program.
Advanced Programming Instructions 57
+% and -% Key Programming
There are two percentage keys on the keyboard: +% and -%. The +% key applies a surcharge. The -% key applies a discount. Without any further programming, you can apply a discount or surcharge to an individual item or to the subtotal of a sale be entering a percentage and pressing the +% or -% key. This program allows you to: decide to calculate any taxes before or after the percentage is applied set a preset percentage for the +% or -% key if a preset percentage is set, decide if you wish to also allow a percentage to be entered inactivate the key
Programming the +% or -% Key
1. 2. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Enter the percentage rate you wish to preset, or 0 if you only wish to enter the percentage. Press the +% or -% key, depending on which key you are programming. Be sure to enter the decimal point if you are setting a rate that is not an even percentage, i.e. enter 33 % as 3 3. 3. If you are setting an even percentage, it is not necessary to enter the decimal point, i.e. enter 50 % as 5 0. To decide if tax is calculated before or after the percentage is applied, complete the table below by adding the status digits for each tax. Then enter the resulting tax status code.
Calculate Rate 1 after the discount/surcharge? Calculate Rate 2 after the discount/surcharge? Calculate Rate 3 after the discount/surcharge? Yes = 1 No = 0 Yes = 2 No = 0 Yes = 4 No = 0
Enter: 2 If you do not wish to allow the operator to also enter a percentage (override). if you wish to allow the operator to also enter a percentage (override). if you wish the key to be inactive.
+% or -% Key Programming Flowchart

. +% or -% CASH/ TEND

Preset Percentage Tax OverStatus ride? Code Inactive?
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+% or -% Key Programming Example
Set the -% (discount) Key preset for 50% and so that tax 1 is calculated after the discount is applied and override is allowed. Enter:

5 0. 1 -% CASH/ TEND

Advanced Programming Instructions 59
- (Minus) Key Programming
The - (Minus) key is used to enter the amount of a coupon that is subtracted from the sale. The - (Minus) key can programmed to be taxable or non-taxable. In other words, when you are subtracting a coupon, you can calculate sales tax on the net or the gross cost of the item. If the - (Minus) key is taxable, you will calculate sales tax on the net cost of the item. If the - (Minus) key is -non-taxable, you will calculate sales tax on the gross cost of the item. You can also program limit errors by setting the maximum amount that may be entered into the - (Minus) key. For example, setting a 3 digit limit means the maximum you can enter is $9.99. This is referred to as the High Digit Lock Out, or HDLO.

Programming the - (Minus) Key
1. 2. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Enter the High Digit Lock Out (entry limit) digit from the table below. (Enter 0 for no limit.) HDLO

Limits

.01 -.09.01 -.99.01 - 9.99.01 - 99.99.01 - 999.99.01 - 9999.99.01 - 99999.99
To decide if tax is calculated before or after the percentage is applied, complete the table below by adding the status digits for each tax. Then enter the resulting tax status code.
Calculate Rate 1 after the Minus (-) key entry? Calculate Rate 2 after the Minus (-) key entry? Calculate Rate 3 after the Minus (-) key entry? Yes = 1 No = 0 Yes = 2 No = 0 Yes = 4 No = 0
Enter: for active minus key for inactive minus key
Press the - (Minus) key. Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming.
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Minus (-) Key Programming Flowchart

Tax Status Code

Inactive?
Minus (-) Key Programming Example
Set the Minus (-) key with a three digit HDLO ($9.99) and so that tax 1 is calculated after the Minus (-) key amount is entered. (In other words, tax is calculated on the net cost of the item.) Enter:

0 CASH/ TEND

Advanced Programming Instructions 61

CANCEL Key Programming

The CANCEL key can be made inactive. Normally the key is active, however, you may wish to inactivate it for security reasons.
Programming the CANCEL Key
1. Enter: 2. 3. to activate the CANCEL key to inactivate the CANCEL key
Press the CANCEL key. Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming.
Cancel Key Programming Flowchart

CANCEL CASH/ TEND

Cancel Key Programming Example
To inactivate the CANCEL key, enter:

1 CANCEL CASH/ TEND

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If you normally accept currency from a neighboring nation, you can program the SAM4s ER-350 to convert the subtotal of a sale to the equivalent cost in the foreign currency. To do this, you need to program the conversion factor. For example, if the US dollar (home currency) is worth 1.3720 Canadian dollars (foreign currency), the conversion factor is 1.3720.
Note: Foreign currency exchange rates may be stated as foreign currency in dollars, or dollars in foreign currency. Use the rate stated in dollars in foreign currency when you are programming this section. Programming Currency Exchange Rates

Advanced Programming Instructions 65
PLU (Price Look Up) Programming
The SAM4s ER-350 offers 300 PLUs (Price Look Ups) as a standard feature. Like departments PLUs (Price Look Ups) may be open or preset. Preset PLUs are used to register preset items. The most significant difference between a preset department and a preset PLU is the method of registration. While preset departments are registered by simply pressing the department key, preset PLUs are registered by entering the PLU number and pressing the PLU key. There are many possible uses for preset PLUs. Since there are many more PLUs than departments, you may use PLUs when you wish to accurately price and count a larger group of items. Possible uses include: menu items in a restaurant or items (such as cigarettes) that you wish to inventory. Use open PLUs when you wish to enter different priced items into a larger number of categories.

Programming PLU Status

There are two parts to PLU programming. PLU status is set here. Depending on whether you select open or preset PLU status in this section, you can also program either the open PLU entry limit or the preset PLU price. See Programming PLU Entry Limit or Price on page 69. Use this section to program the following status options: Set negative PLUs that subtract from the sale, rather than normal positive PLUs which add to the sale. Enforce the entry of a non-adding number before the PLU entry. See Non Add Number on page 34 for operation sequences. Disable the PLUs, so that entries are not allowed. Choose Open or Preset PLUs. Set single item PLUs which automatically total as a cash sale immediately after the department entry. Single item departments are used to speed up one item sales. Select a tax status to determine whether sales tax is automatically added.
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1. 2. 3. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Enter the number of the PLU you wish to program (1-300), press the PLU key. Decide if you want a negative, enforced non-add entry, or disabled PLU. If you do not want any of these options, enter 0. If you wish to select any of these options, complete the table below by adding the status digits for each option. Enter the resulting digit.

PLU is Negative Enforce Non-Add Entry PLU is Disabled Yes = 1 No = 0 Yes = 2 No = 0 Yes = 4 No = 0
Decide if you want a preset or single item PLU. If you do not want any of these options, enter 0. If you wish to select any of these options, complete the table below by adding the status digits for each option. Enter the resulting digit.
PLU is Preset PL:U is Single Item Yes = 1 No = 0 Yes = 2 No = 0

6. 7. 8.

Press the department key that you want this PLUs sales added to, or press DEPT SHIFT and the appropriate department if you are selecting departments 9-16. Repeat steps 2 through 6 for each PLU you wish to program. Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming.
Advanced Programming Instructions 67
PLU Status Programming Flowchart

Repeat for each PLU

PLU PLU #
DEPT SHIFT Negative? Non-Add? Disabled? Preset? Single item? Tax Status Code Use DEPT SHIFT for depts 9-16
PLU Status Programming Examples
For example, set: PLU #1 preset, not single item, taxable by rate 1, with sales reported to department 2. PLU #30 preset, single item, taxable by rate 2, with sales reported to department 4. PLU #6 open, not single item, non-taxable, with sales reported to department 9.

To set PLU 1, enter:

1 PLU 1

To set PLU 30, enter:

To set PLU 6, enter:

6 PLU 0 DEPT SHIFT

PLUDEPT.2 PLU30 TDEPT.4 PLUDEPT.9 PROGRAM TERMINATE 01-03-1999 16:00
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Programming PLU Entry Limit or Price
Note: Open PLUs are automatically assigned a 7 digit entry limit. You do not need to program this section for open PLUs, unless you wish to set a different limit.
If you are programming a open PLU: You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that may be entered into a PLU.
If you are programming a preset PLU: You can set the preset price. The price you program here is the amount that is automatically registered when the PLU is entered.
Programming a PLU Entry Limit or Price
1. 2. 3. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Enter the number of the PLU you wish to program (1-300), press the PLU key. If the PLU is preset, enter the preset price, up to seven digits (01 to 1234567). (It is not necessary to enter proceeding zeros. For example enter $1.00 as 100.) OR If the PLU is open, enter the highest amount that may be entered into the PLU. 4. 5. 6. Press the @/FOR key. Repeat from step 2 above for each PLU you wish to program. Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming.

Advanced Programming Instructions 69
PLU Entry Limit or Price Programming Flowchart
Repeat for each Preset PLU
PLU PLU # Preset Price or High Amount Lock Out (Leading zeros are not necessary)
PLU Entry Limit or Price Programming Examples
For example, set: PLU 1 with a preset price of $1.99 PLU 30 with a preset price of $10.00 PLU 6 with a entry limit of $5.00

1 PLU 9 @/ FOR

PLU @/ FOR

6 PLU 0 @/ FOR

PLU1 T1 @1.99 PLU30 T2 @10.00 PLU6 @5.00 PROGRAM TERMINATE 01-03-1999 18:00
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Setting a Register Number
You can program a two digit register number that will print on the lower right corner of each transaction. If you are using more than one cash register, the register number can be used to identify the register where the transaction was entered.

03-02-Register Number

To set a register identification number: 1. 2. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Enter register number and press the #/NS key:

02:38 99

Advanced Programming Instructions 71

Programming Descriptions

Customer Logo
Without otherwise programming, the customer logo will print a two line message at the top of each receipt: THANK-YOU CALL AGAIN If you wish you can replace this message with your own custom message. Your message can be up to 5 lines long.
Programming a Custom Logo:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Press the @/FOR key. Refer to the Code Table on page 76 and enter the two digits that represent each character you wish. You can enter up to 26 character codes for each line. Press the @/FOR key. Enter the two digit number that represents the line of the message you wish to program: 11 = 1st Line 12 = 2nd Line 13 = 3rd Line 14 = 4th Line 15 = 5th Line Press the CHECK TEND key Repeat from step 2 for each line you are programming. Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming.
Logo Programming Flowchart
Repeat for each Line of the Logo
@/ FOR Up to 26 2-digit character codes

@/ FOR Line # Code

CHECK/ TEND
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Logo Programming Example

Program the first line of the logo to say GENERAL STORE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Press the @/FOR key. To center the message on the receipt, enter six space characters: 7 0. Enter the codes representing the text GENERAL STORE: 2 4. Press the @/FOR key. Enter 1 1, press the CHECK TEND key. Press the CASH/TEND key to end programming.
Advanced Programming Instructions 73

Department Descriptor

Without otherwise programming, each department will print the department number for registrations and reporting. For example, the receipt will look like this:

DEPT.1 DEPT.7

$2.99 $1.99
If you wish you can each department descriptor with a custom descriptor, up to 12 characters in length. For example, you could program your own descriptors like this:

GROCERY MEAT

Programming a Department Descriptor
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Press the @/FOR key. Refer to the Code Table on page 76 and enter the two digits that represent each character you wish. You can enter up to 10 character codes for each department. Press the @/FOR key. Press the department key you wish to program, or press DEPT SHIFT and the appropriate department if you are programming departments 9-16. Repeat from step 2 for each department you are programming. Press CASH/TEND to end programming.
Department Descriptor Programming Flowchart
Repeat for each department CASH/ TEND
@/ FOR Up to 10 2-digit character codes
DEPT SHIFT Use DEPT SHIFT for depts
Department Descriptor Programming Example
Program the department 1 descriptor to say GROCERY 1. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. 2. Press the @/FOR key. 3. Enter the codes representing the text GROCERY: 4 4. 4. Press the @/FOR key. 5. Press the Department 1/9 key 6. Press CASH/TEND to end programming.
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PLU Descriptor

If you are using PLUs, the PLU descriptor print the PLU code unless you choose to program a custom descriptor. For example, the receipt will look like this: PLU1 PLU23 T1 T1 $2.99 $1.99
If you wish you can each department descriptor with a custom descriptor, up to 12 characters in length. For example, you could program your own descriptors like this: CIGARETTE APPLES T1 T1 $2.99 $1.99
Programming a PLU Descriptor
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Press the @/FOR key. Refer to the Code Table on page 76 and enter the two digits that represent each character you wish. You can enter up to 10 character codes for each PLU. Press the @/FOR key. Enter the PLU number, press the PLU key. Repeat from step 2 for each department you are programming. Press CASH/TEND to end programming.
PLU Descriptor Programming Flowchart
Repeat for each PLU CASH/ TEND

@/ FOR PLU Code

PLU Descriptor Programming Example
Program the descriptor for PLU 1 to say APPLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Turn the control lock to the PGM position. Press the @/FOR key. Enter the codes representing the text APPLES: 3 8. Press the @/FOR key. Enter the PLU code, press the PLU key. Press CASH/TEND to end programming.

< PLU REPORT > 1

1 T1 @1.99 DEPT.2 $1.99 PLUT2 @10.00 DEPT.4 $10.00 ****************** CNT TOTAL 417 TOTAL $12474.83 03-11-1999 2:00

Reports 85

Clerk Report
If you are using a clerk system, the clerk report is available. (See System Option Programming on page 50 and set option #16 to a value of 1 or 2 if you wish to use the clerk system.)
Report Name -> Report Type/Reset (Z) Counter Total sales for the clerk -> Number of no sales performed -> Customer Count for the clerk -> (Totals are listed for each CLERK) X
< CLERK REPORT > 1 $1.1 $7.9
CLERK 1 NO SALE CNT. CUSTOM. CNT CLERK 2 NO SALE CNT. CUSTOM. CNT
Total count of all No Sales -> Total count of all customers -> Date/Time -> Transaction Counter/Register Number ->
***************** NO SALE CNT. 0 CUSTOM. CNT 10 TOTAL $8.98 03-11-1999 2:00

86 Reports

Cash-in-Drawer Report
Run a Cash-in-Drawer report to quickly verify the amount of cash that should be in the cash drawer.

Report Name ->

< CASH-IN-DRAWER > CASH-IN-DRAWER
Cash in drawer amount -> Date/Time -> Transaction Counter/Register Number ->

03-11-1999 000097

$81.58 2:03 00

Check-in-Drawer Report

Run a Check-in-Drawer report to quickly verify the amount of checks that should be in the cash drawer.
< CHECK-IN-DRAWER > CHECK-IN-DRAWER
Check in drawer amount -> Date/Time -> Transaction Counter/Register Number ->

03-11-1999 000101

$19.00 2:14 00

Reports 87

System Balancing

Department Sales Total

+DEPT TTL (Add All Positive Departments) -DEPT TTL (Add All Negative Departments) ADJST DEPT TTL

Net Total

+ + + + + =
ADJST DEPT TTL TAX1 AMOUNT TAX2 AMOUNT TAX3 AMOUNT +% (Surcharge Total) -% (Discount Total) - (Minus Key Total) NET TTL

Gross Total

NET TTL RETURN MDSE VOID KEY +% (Surcharge Total) -% (Discount Total) - (Minus Key Total) GROSS TTL

Grand Total

Yesterdays Grand Total Gross Total GRAND TOTAL

88 Reports

Edition

V2.0 V2.1

Date published

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ER-350

ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
Single Station Dot Matrix Printing ECR With Features For Convenience and Accuracy at an Affordable Price.
Pre-Programmed and Ready To Use

! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

10 Clerks 3 Tax Tables 300 Preset or Open Price PLUs 8/16 Programmable Departments Single Station, 9 Pin Dot Matrix Printer 10 Character Department and PLU Descriptors 26 Character, 5 Line Programmable Receipt Message Programmable Management Controls PLU, Department, Hourly Sales, and Period-To-Date Reports

FEATURES

A low cost ECR with full size ECR features. Appreciate the convenience of price look ups. PLUs track fast moving items with the assurance of accurate pricing. Accounting is a breeze with daily and period-todate reports while hourly reporting helps you plan for busy or slow times.
Automatic Tax Calculation
The ER-350 features up to three tax tables and can be automatically added to each sale. Tax status can be shifted as items are entered, or at the completion of the sale. Department and PLUs can be programmed with a tax rate of tax 1, tax 2, or tax 3 or any combination of taxes.

Additional Features

! Cash, Check Charge, Paid Out and Received on Account Finalizing Keys ! Post Tendering ! Optional Compulsory Tendering ! Coupon and Discount % Keys ! Void Keylock Position
! Heavy Duty Steel Cash Drawer with a Removeable 5 Bill, 5 Coin Compartment Tray ! Check Cashing ! Cancel Key

Printer

The ERP-200 dot-matirx printer is programmable to select receipt or journal printing, prints at a rate of 3.2 lines per second and accepts either single or 2-ply standard 58mm (2-1/4) paper.
Real Time Clock Hourly Sales Reporting
The ER-350s real time clock automatically prints the time, changes the date and generates a sales by hour report detailing the net sales and customer count for each hour of the day.

CUSTOMER RECEIPT

The Samsung ER-350 features a 26 character, 5 line programmable receipt message. If 2-ply carbonless paper is used, the printer generates both a receipt and a sales journal.

Department Keys

The Samsung ER-350 features 8 or 16 departments with 10 character alpha descriptors. + or - preset departments are available to price and count fast moving items. Departments may be designated single item departments for fast registration of single item sales.
Financial and Cash In Drawer Reports
The Samsung ER-350 gives you an easy-to-read and understand review of your business with a complete analysis of your department sales, function totals and actual drawer totals.

300 PLUs

Use the ER-350s price look ups (PLUs) to automatically price and track sales for up to 300 fast moving items.

Period-To-Date Reports

The ER-350s period-todate financial report provides a summary of daily reports for weekly, monthly or yearly analysis.
Receipt shown actual size.

KEYBOARD

PAPER FEED #/NO SALE @/ FOR

SPECIFICATIONS

4/12 8/16 DEPT SHIFT PLU CLERK # ADD CHECK

CHARGE

RECD ACCT PAID OUT CHECK TEND

CANCEL C/ CONV

RTRN MDSE TAX SHIFT

SUB TOTAL

CASH/TEND
121/2W x 151/2D x 63/4H (318mm W x 394mm D x 172mm H) Cash Drawer 153/4W x 173/4D x 43/8H (400mm W x 451mm D x 112mm H) Shipping Weight 34 lbs. (15.38 Kg) _ Power Requirements 117 AC + 10%, 50/60 Hz Power Consumption 25 watts Paper Size 21/4 (58mm) 1 or 2 ply paper Operation Temperature 32F 104F (0C 40C) Humidity Range 10% to 90% RH Memory Protection Battery Full charge for 24 hours will protect memory for approx. 90 days. Dimensions ECR All product features are subject to change without notice.
Incorporated 2909 Anthony Lane N.E. Minneapolis, Minnesota 55418 612/781-CRS, Inc.

Printed in U.S.A.

 

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