MA-1450-1 Series Owners Manual (EO1-11095A) by iad13337

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									                                              TEC

TEC Electronic Cash Register

MA-1450


                                 Document No. EO1-11095A

Original Jul.; 1995
(Revised          )




                      Operator's Guide

                      Manager's Guide




TEC CORPORATION
                                     NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by manufacturer for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.




                                    WARNING
“This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-
Causing Equipment regulations.”

“Cet appareil numenque de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Reglement
sur le materiel brouilleur du Canada.”
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                                                       •   Read these “Safety Precautions” and the
                                                           “Owner’s Manual” carefully before use.

                                                       •   After reading these manuals, be sure to
                                                           keep them near the machines for future
                                                           reference.

                                                       •   The contents of these “Safety Precautions”
                                                           may include items not contained in the
                                                           specifications of the product you have
                                                           purchased.

                                                           This Operation Manual and the products
                                                           (machines) which you have purchased
                                                           contain indications which should be
                                                           observed in order to use the machines
                                                           safely and prevent harm to yourself and
                                                           others and damage to property. The
                                                           meanings of these indications and symbols
                                                           are given below. Read these indications
                                                           and become familiar with their contents
                                                           before reading this Operation Manual.




                                      This indicates that there is the risk of death or serious
         WARNING                      injury if the machines are improperly handled disregarding
                                      this indication.


                                      This indicates that there is the risk of personal injury or
         CAUTION                      damage to objects if the machines are improperly handled
                                      disregarding this indication.




Meanings of Each Symbol
       This symbol indicates warning items (including cautions).
       Specific warning contents are drawn inside the triangle.
       (the symbol on the left indicates a general caution.)
       This symbol indicates prohibited actions (prohibited items).
       Specific prohibited contents are drawn inside or near the symbol .
       (the symbol on the left indicates “no disassembling”.)
       This symbol indicates actions which must be performed.
       Specific instructions are drawn inside the symbol.
       (the symbol on the left indicates ”disconnect the power cord plug from the outlet.”)



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                                         ; Do not use voltages other
                                         than the power voltage (AC)
                                         specified on the rating plate.,
                                         as this may cause fire or
                                         electric shock.


          Any other than
          the specified
          power voltage
          (AC) is prohibited.




                                         Y If the machines share the
                                         same outlet with any other
                                         electrical appliances, which
                                         consume larger amounts of
                                         power, the voltage will
                                         fluctuate widely each time
                                         these appliances operate. Be
                                         sure to provide an exclusive
                                         outlet for the machine as this
          Prohibited                     may cause the machines to
                                         malfunction.

  !
WARNING                                  Y     Do not place metal
                                         objects     or    water-filled
                                         containers such as flower
                                         vases, flower pots or
                                         mugs, etc. on top of the
                                         machines. If metal objects
                                         or spilled liquid enter the
                                         machines, this may cause
          Prohibited                     fire or electric shock.




                                         Y   Do not insert or drop
                                         metal, flammable or other
                                         foreign objects into the
                                         machines through the
                                         ventilation slits, as this
                                         may cause fire or electric
                                         shock.
          Prohibited




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                         ; Do not detach the rear
                         cover, cabinet, or any other
                         cover. The insides of the
                         machines     contain    high-
                         voltage, sharp and hot parts,
                         etc., which may cause
                         electric shock or injury.




                         Y Do not scratch, damage or
                         modify the power cords. Also,
                         do not place heavy objects
                         on, pull on, or excessively
                         bend the cords, as this may
                         cause fire or electrical
                         shock.




  !
WARNING             Y    Do not attempt to repair or
                    modify the machines by yourself,
                    as this may cause fire or electric
                    shock, Contact the sales agent ( or
                    maintenance and service agent) for
                    any questions related to repairs.




                    Y       Continue use of the
                    machines in an abnormal
                    condition such as when the
                    machines are producing smoke
                    or strange smells any cause
                    fire or electric shock. In these
                    cases, immediately turn off the
                    power switches and disconnect
                    the power cord plugs from the
                    outlet. Then, contact your sales
                    agent (or maintenance and
                    service agent).


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                        ; If or foreign objects (metal
                        fragments, water, liquids)
                        enter the machines, first turn
                        off the power switches and
                        disconnect the power cord
                        plugs from the outlet, and
                        then contact your sales
                        agent (or maintenance and
                        service agent). Continued
                        use of the machine in that
                        condition may cause fire or
                        electric shock.



                        Y     If the machines are
                        dropped or their cabinets
                        damaged, first turn off the
                        power       switches      and
                        disconnect the power cord
                        plugs from the outlet, and
                        then contact your sales agent
                        (or maintenance and service
                        agent). Continued use of the
                        machine in that condition may
                        cause fire or electric shock.

  !
WARNING            Y Connect grounding wires to the
                   machines. If an electric leak occurs
                   without grounding wires connected,
                   it may cause fire or electric
                   shock. If for some reason
                   grounding     wires    cannot    be
                   connected, contact your sales
                   agent (or maintenance and service
                   agent).




                   Y Do not plug in or unplug the
                   power cord plug with wet hands
                   as this may cause electric
                   shock.




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                       Y [Precautions        During
                       Installation]

                       Y Do     not    place  the
                       machines on unstable or
                       slanted surfaces, as they
                       may drop or fall and cause
                       injury.




                       Y Do       not    place    the
                       machines in humid or dusty
                       environments, as this may
                       cause fire or electric shock.




  !
CAUTION           Y Do not place the machines in
                  locations exposed to smoke or
                  steam such as on kitchen tables or
                  near humidifiers, as this may cause
                  fire or electric shock.




                  Y     After installing the machines,
                  place stoppers on the table castors
                  to prevent the table from moving or
                  falling and causing injury.




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                        Y Do not block the ventil-
                        ation slits of the machines,
                        as this will cause heat to
                        build up inside the machines
                        and may cause fire.




                        Y Do       not place heavy
                        objects on top of the
                        machines, as these items
                        may become unbalanced and
                        fall causing Injury.




  !
CAUTION            [Precautions When          Moving
                   the Machines]

                   Y When moving the machines,
                   be sure to first unplug the power
                   cords. Moving the machines with
                   the power cords plugged in may
                   damage the cords and cause fire
                   or electric shock.




                   Y Be sure to move large scale
                   machines with tow or more people.
                   In addition, machines should be
                   moved after first confirming that
                   connecting     wires       between
                   machines       and        externally
                   connected wires, etc. have been
                   removed. Failure to observe these
                   precautions may result in injury.




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                    Y When       unplugging the
                    power cords, be sure to hold
                    and pull on the plug portion.
                    Pulling on the cord portion
                    may cut or expose the
                    internal wires and cause fire
                    or electric shock.




                    Y Do not lean on the open
                    cash drawer, as this may
                    cause      machine   to fall
                    resulting in Injury.




  !
CAUTION             Y When opening the cash
                    drawer, be careful not to let
                    the drawer hit children’s
                    heads, etc., as this may cause
                    injury.




                    Y Take care not to allow hair,
                    scarves or other objects to
                    become caught in the printer
                    gears when replacing the
                    journal roll, as this may cause
                    Injury.




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    Requesting Regarding Maintenance                         Cleaning

    Utilize our maintenance services.                      When cleaning the machines, be sure to first
After purchasing the machines, contact your                Unplug the power cord from the outlet for safety
sales agent once per year or so to have the                reasons.
inside of the machines cleaned. Otherwise,
dust will build up inside the machines and may             Do not use benzine or alcohol, etc., as these
cause fir or malfunction. Cleaning is                      solvents will deteriorate the cover or cause the
                                                           paint to peel.
particularly effective before humid rainy                  Leaving rubber or vinyl products in contact with
seasons.                                                   the machines for long periods may leave stains
                                                           on the machine surfaces.
   Our maintenance service performs the
periodical checks and other work required to               Cleaning the covers and keyboards:
maintain the quality and performance of the                Wipe the covers and keyboards with a soft
machines, preventing accidents beforehand.                 cloth. When using a chemically treated cloth, be
For details, please consult your sales agent or            sure to follow the precautions specified for it.
maintenance and service agent.
                                                           Cleaning the display units:
                                                           Turn off the power and then wipe the display
                                                           unit with a dry cloth.
                                                           Do not rub or knock the display units with a
   Using insecticides and other chemicals                  hard object as they are easily damaged. Do not
Do not expose the machines to insecticides or              use thinner or other solvents.
other volatile solvents, as this will deteriorate
the cabinet or other parts or cause the pain to            Use a neutral detergent diluted with water when
peel.                                                      the machines are particularly dirty.
                                                           1) Soak a cloth in the detergent fluid and wring
                                                               it out tightly. Then wipe off the dirt with the
                                                               cloth.
                                                           2) Finish by wiping the machines off with a dry
                                                               cloth.




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                       MA1450-1 OPERATORS GUIDE




OPERATOR’S GUIDE




   Table of Contents
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                                              TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter                                                                                                                         Page

1. TO OUR CUSTOMERS ................................................................................................ 1

2. UNPACKING................................................................................................................. 2

3. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE..................................................................... 3

4. MODE LOCK AND MODE SELECTOR KEYS ............................................................ 4

5. DISPLAY ....................................................................................................................... 5

6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR ...... 7

7. CASHIER SIGNING OR CASHIER KEY OPERATIONS ............................................. 12

8. KEYBOARD LAYOUT .................................................................................................. 19

9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY........................................................................................ 21

10. REGISTERING PROCEDURE AND PRINT FORMAT................................................. 27

11. JOURNAL AND RECEIPT PAPER-END DETECTOR................................................. 66

12. ECR PRINTER MOTOR LOCK DETECTOR................................................................ 66

13. REMOTE SLIP PRINTER MOTOR LOCK DETECTOR............................................... 66

14. PRINTER GUIDE OPEN DETECTOR .......................................................................... 66

15. PAPER ROLL REPLACEMENT AND OTHER MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS........ 67

16. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................ 73
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1. TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Thank you for choosing the TEC electronic cash register MA-1450 series. This instruction manual
provides a description of the functions and handling of this register and should be read carefully to
ensure optimum performance. Since every consideration has been given to safety and reliability,
there is no danger of damaging the machine by incorrect operation.

Please refer to this manual whenever you have any questions concerning the machine. This machine
has been manufactured under strict quality control and should give you full satisfaction. However, if
the machine is damaged during transit, or there are any unclear points in this manual, please contact
your local TEC representative.

   •   The specifications described in this manual may be modified by TEC, if necessary.
   •   Be sure to keep this manual for future reference.




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                                                                                            OWNERS MANAUAL
Cashier Sign-ON or Cashier Key to ON Status:

   If the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG]) key is installed, you must sign-ON or sign-IN. (See Section 7.1.)
   If Cashier Keys or Cashier Locks are installed, you must set your cashier key to the ON status.         (see
   Section 7.2 and 7.3.)
       Now you are ready for sale entries.
On the following pages are patterns of entering operations, and receipt or journal print format samples due to
the operations. In the operation sequence patterns “ |_____|” indicates an input through the numeric keys, “
|____| “ indicates a depression of the function key, and “_ _ _” indicates other registering and/or finalizing
operations.
Please note that these are merely sample operations. Especially, the receipt or journal print indications merely
show the standard print format. The actual print format and contents may vary on your machine in accordance
with the differences in specifications, program selections, etc.

                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS
               OPERATION                          Page                      OPERATION                       Page

RECEIPT-ISSUE/NON –ISSUE SELECTION………             29            TAX STATUS or FOOD STAMP STATUS
NO-SALE……………………………………………….                        29              MODIFICATION…………………………………...               46
LOAN…………………………………………………....                       30            MANUAL TAX ENTRY……………………………….                46
DEPARTMENT ENTRY……………………………….                     30            SUBTOTAL READ……………………………………                  47
GASOLINE ENTRY……………………………………                      31            TAXABLE TOTAL READ……………………………                47
PLU ENTRY ……………………………………………                       31            TAXABLE TOTAL READ and SUBTOTAL PRINT        47
REPEAT ENTRY……………………………………….                      32            SELECTIVE INTEMIZER TOTAL READ…………..         47
QUANTITY EXTENSION (MULTIPLICATION)                             TAX CALCULATION AND PRINT………………….            48
   For DEPTs/PLUs…………………………………..                  33            TAX EXEMPTION…………………………………….                 48
SPLIT PACKAGE PRICING………………………….                  34            FOOD STAMPABLE TOTAL READ,
HI-CONE PLUs………………………………………...                    35              FOOD STAMP TENDERING…………………….              49
Mix & Match (M & M) function of Split-Price                     SALE FINALIZATION BY MEDIA KEYS…………..        49
   PLUs…………………………………………………                        38            MULTI-TENDERING………………………………….                50
TRIPLE MULTIPLICATION…………………………..                 40            SPLIT TENDERING…………………………………..               50
SINGLE-ITEM DEPARTMENT/PLU ENTRY……….              41            CHECK CASHING……………………………………                  51
OTHER INCOME DEPARTMENT/PLU ENTRY……               41            SALE PAID IN FOREIGN CURRENCIES………….         51
SUB-LINK PLU DEPARTMENT……………………..                 41            NO-SALE EXCHANGE from Foreign Currency       52
SUB-LINK PLU ENTRY……………………………….                   42              To Domestic Currency…………………………..           52
RETURNED MERCHANDISE………………………..                   42            NO-SALE EXCHANGE from Domestic Currency
BOTTLE RETURN……………………………………..                     42              To Foreign Currency…………………………….            52
DOLLAR DISCOUNT………………………………….                     43            RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT………………………….               53
PERCENT DISCOUNT, PERCENT CHARGE……..              43            PAID-OUT……………………………………………...                 53
STORE COUPON……………………………………...                     43            SALESPERSON ENTRY…………………………….                54
VENDOR COUPON……………………………………                       44            FUNCTION KEY ENTRY…………………………….               54
ITEM CORRECT……………………………………….                      44            HOLD & RECALL…………………………………….                 55
VOID……………………………………………………..                        44            RECEIPT POST-ISSUE………………………………               56
ALL VOID……………………………………………….                       45            CHARGE POSTING: PB Manual Entry Type…….      57
NON-ADD NUMBER PRINT………………………….                   45            CHARGE POSTING: Customer File Type………..      59
SCALE ENTRY………………………………………...                     46            VALIDATION PRINT………………………………….               61
LISTING CAPACITY OPEN…………………………..                 46            ENDORSEMENT PRINT……………………………..               62
SELECTIVE ITEMIZER STATUS MODIFICATION..          46            REMOTE SLIP PRINTER OPERATION……………           63
                                                                WHEN A POWER FAILURE OCCURS…………….            65


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16. SPECIFICATIONS

   Size ........................................................... 460 mm (width) x 450mm (depth) x 318mm (height)
                                                                    (height including rubber feet)
                                                                    (or 391mm-height when Customer Display is
                                                                    popped up.)

   Weight ....................................................... 15.5kg

   Power required.......................................... AC117V “ 10%; 60Hz

   Ambient Temperature ............................... 0º C to 35º C

   Relative Humidity ...................................... 10% to 90% RH

   Size of receipt and Journal tape................ 45mm (width x Max. 80mm (diameter)




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MANAGER’S GUIDE



   Table of Contents
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                                        TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter                                                                                                                   Page

1. DAILY OPERATION FLOW.......................................................................................... 1

2. MANAGER INTERVENTION ........................................................................................ 2

3. MANAGER’S OWN OPERATIONS IN “MGR” MODE ................................................ 5

4. OPERATIONS IN “              “ MODE...................................................................................... 7

5. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS......................................................................... 10

6. PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS ................................................................................. 27

7. VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA ................................................................ 77
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6. PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS
This chapter is provided for the store programmer or the store manager who may have to change the
programmed data of the MA-1450 series ECR on the daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Usually, all the
basic program data required for the store should be set before delivering the product by your local
TEC representative. However, in need of changing or adding program data, please refer to this
chapter. It is also recommended to read the OPERATOR’S GUIDE as well as other chapters of the
MANAGER’S GUIDE in order to thoroughly understand the descriptions in this chapter. If there are
any unclear points or program data other than listed here must be changed or added, please contact
your TEC representative.

                                        TABLE OF PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS

BASIC KEY FUNCTIONS AND KEYBOARD VARIATIONS IN PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS ............................. 28
CHARACTER ENTRIES ................................................................................................................................................ 30
CONDITION REQUIRED FOR PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS ................................................................................ 37
Submode No. 1:              STORE NAME/MESSAGE AND COMMERCIAL MESSAGE PROGRAMMING......................... 38
Submode No. 2:              CASHIER CODE AND NAME PROGRAMMING ......................................................................... 40
Submode No. 4:              PLU TABLE PROGRAMMING ..................................................................................................... 43
Submode No. 5:              TIME SETTING OR ADJUSTMENT.............................................................................................. 53
Submode No. 6:              DATE SETTING OR ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................ 53
Submode No. 8:              AMOUNT LIMIT SETTING FOR FUNCTION KEYS ..................................................................... 54
Submode No. 15: CUSTOMER FILE CODE (CHECK TRACK NO.) AND NAME SETTING ................................... 55
Submode No. 20: SALES PERSON CODE AND NAME PROGRAMMING ............................................................. 57
Submode No. 25: LINK-PLU TABLE PROGRAMMING............................................................................................ 59
Submode No. 27: PLU PRESET-CODE KEY SETTING............................................................................................ 60
Submode No. 35: NEGATIVE AMOUNT KEY LIMIT AMOUNT SETTING ............................................................... 63
No Submode No.: DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE SETTING OR CHANGING...................................................... 64
                            PLU PRESET PRICE SETTING OR CHANGING, WHOLE PACKAGE QUANTITY CHANGING............... 65
                            %+ AND %- PRESET RATE SETTING ........................................................................................ 67
                            PRESET RATE SETTING FOR SELECTIVE ITEMIZERS ........................................................... 68
                            FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATE SETTING ................................................................ 70
                            TAX TABLE PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................... 72
                            GST RATE SETTING .................................................................................................................... 75
                            STORE/REGISTER NO. SETTING ............................................................................................... 76




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