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Royal

115cx
Cash Management System
Owners Manual
8 Depar t ment s / 99 PLUs
Por t abl e
4 Cl er k Tot al s
Aut omat i c Tax Comput at i on
4 Tax Tabl es
Curr ency Conversi on
Securi t y eat ur es
Pro!rammable "lectronic Cas# $e!ister
"asy Set % Up &nst r uct i ons
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WELCOME...
to the Royal family of fine business machines.
We sincerely hope you will enjoy the many benefits
of being associated with a distinguished product
name that has represented both quality and
customer satisfaction since 1!5.
"his electronic cash register is designed to help your business function smoothl y by pro#idi ng
efficient register operations and accurate management reports. Start$ up is quic% and easy&
yet there are many options that can be added and re#ised so that you can customi'e your
operations for opti mum producti #i ty. (ere are just a few of the register) s many #aluable
features*
+ , departments and -./ settings
+ -ortable& battery powered
+ 0 Cler% "otals
+ Security system
+ Choice of 1ournal or Customer Receipt printout
+ 2utomatic ta3 computati on for ta3 rate 4Canadian "a3 and 52" $ 0 Rates6
+ /p to 0 "a3 "ables
+ Currency Con#ersion
+ 7epartment$ lin%ed entry options that streamli ne and speed$ up operation
+ -eriodic management reporti ng systems
+ 8attery bac%$ up 9 memory protection of records
PLUS...
The ROYAL CONSUMER PRODUCT SUPPORT HOTLINE gives you the opportuni ty to
call for operational assistance and problem resolution. Please call toll- free:
Customer Servie!
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S"2:72R7 2CC;SS<R=;S.................................................................................................... 1
/S=:> "(=S M2:/2.............................................................................................................. 1
SP"C&+&CAT&*,S A,D SA+"T/............................................................................................ (
S"TT&,- UP A,D 1A&,TA& ,& ,- T0" CAS0 $"-&ST"$...............................................2
3"/PAD +U,CT&*,S ........................................................................................................... 4% 4
T0" C*,T$*L S5&TC0 .......................................................................................................... ?
R;M<528.; C2S( 7R2W;R................................................................................................ ?
T0" D&SPLA/............................................................................................................................. 6
R;27=:> "(; 7=S-.2@.......................................................................................................... A
Special Symbol =ndicators ............................................................................................... A
7=S-.2@=:> "(; "=M;........................................................................................................... A
"$$*$ C*,D&T&*,S ............................................................................................................... 8
"(; ;RR<R 2.2RM S@S";M................................................................................................. ,
Clearing 2n ;rror .............................................................................................................. ,
5<=7=:> ;RR<RS................................................................................................................... ,
5oiding the ;ntry 1ust Completed .................................................................................. ,
5oiding 2n ;arlier ;ntry ................................................................................................... ,
T0" P*5"$ S/ST"1.............................................................................................................. 9
L*AD&,- PAP"$.................................................................................................................... '7
&,STALL&,- T0" &,3 $*LL................................................................................................ ''
8U&C3 STA$T............................................................................................'(% '2
S;""=:> -R<>R2MS........................................................................................................... 10
;ntering the -rogram Mode.......................................................................................... 10
;3iting the -rogram Mode............................................................................................. 10
Clearing ;rrors................................................................................................................ 10
72"; 2:7 "=M;.................................................................................................................... 15
Setting the 7ate and "ime ............................................................................................ 15
S;""=:> "(; C.;RB S@S";M ........................................................................................... 1?
-;RC;:" 7=SC</:" 4$C6................................................................................................... 1A
Setting a -ercent 7iscount 4$C6 Rate.......................................................................... 1A
7;-2R"M;:" "2D S"2"/S................................................................................................ 1,
2ssigning a 7epartment "a3 Status9Multi ple =tem Sale...........................................1,
-rogrammi ng 7epartments as "a3able and :on$"a3able ......................................1,
E;R< -R=C; ;:"R@ S;""=:>............................................................................................. 1,
"2D R2";.............................................................................................................................. F!
-rogrammi ng the "a3 Rate........................................................................................... F1
Single Gi3ed -ercentage "a3 Rate............................................................................... F1
State "a3 "able Rate...................................................................................................... FF
-R=C; .<<B /-S................................................................................................................... FH
Creating -rice .oo%$/ps 4-./s6.................................................................................... FH
-./ Confirmati on Report ............................................................................................... F0
S;C/R="@ C<7; 2:7 7;C=M2. -<=:".............................................................................. F5
2ssigning a Security Code............................................................................................ F5
Setting the 7ecimal -oint ............................................................................................. F5
S;""=:> "(; ;/R< C<:5;RS=<: G;2"/R; ..................................................................F?
S/MM2R@ <G -R<>R2MS.................................................................................................. FA
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T$A,SACT&*, "9A1PL"S +*$ *P"$AT&,- T0" CAS0 $"-&ST"$......................(8
S2M-.; R;C;=-".................................................................................................................. F,
"R2:S2C"=<: S@M8<.S.................................................................................................... F,
S"2:72R7 "R2:S2C"=<:S............................................................................................... F
Registering a Single =tem Sale and "endering Change ...........................................F
Registering a Sale to Multiple =tems ............................................................................ F
Registering a Charge "ransaction ............................................................................... F
/sing Split "endering .................................................................................................... H!
M=:/S 4$6 B;@ "R2:S2C"=<:S........................................................................................... H!
Registering a 4$6 Reduction 4Coupon6 .......................................................................... H!
-;RC;:" 7=SC</:" 4$C6 "R2:S2C"=<:S.......................................................................H!
7iscounting 4$C6 =ndi#idual =tems ................................................................................ H!
/sing a -reset 7iscount 4$C6 on the "otal Sale.........................................................H!
/sing a -reset 7iscount 4$C6 on =ndi#idual =tems .....................................................H!
<#erriding the -reset 7iscount 4$C6 ............................................................................ H1
-./ C<7;S............................................................................................................................ HF
/sing Gi3ed -./ -rice.................................................................................................... HF
/sing <pen -./ -rice..................................................................................................... HF
<#erriding <pen -./ -rice............................................................................................ HF
5<=7 2:7 R;G/:7S............................................................................................................ HH
5oiding the -re#ious ;ntry in the Middle of a Sale...................................................HH
5oiding a Single =tem..................................................................................................... HH
5oiding Multiple =tems ................................................................................................... HH
Refunding a Single =tem................................................................................................ H0
Refunding Multiple =tems .............................................................................................. H0
"2D <5;RR=7; "R2:S2C"=<:S......................................................................................... H5
;3empti ng "a3 on an =tem............................................................................................ H5
;3empti ng "a3 on an ;ntire Sale................................................................................ H5
2dding "a3 to a :on$"a3ed 7epartment ....................................................................H5
<"(;R "R2:S2C"=<:S....................................................................................................... H?
Registering Money Recei#ed on 2ccount ...................................................................H?
-aying Money <ut .......................................................................................................... H?
Registering an =dentification :umber ......................................................................... H?
Registering a :o Sale.................................................................................................... H?
1A,A-"1",T $"P*$TS.................................................................................................... 26
IDI -<S="=<: R;-<R"......................................................................................................... HA
IEI -<S="=<: R;-<R" 2:7 R;S;".................................................................................... HA
-R=:"=:> "(; S2.;S R;-<R"........................................................................................... HA
C.;2R=:> "(; >R2:7 "<"2............................................................................................ HA
S2M-.; M2:2>;M;:" R;-<R"........................................................................................ H,
82.2:C=:> G<RM/.2S...................................................................................................... H
-./ R;-<R".......................................................................................................................... 0!
T$*U)L"S0**T&,- :+ULL S/ST"1 CL"A$ P$*C"DU$"; ......................................4'
TA9 S/ST"1 P$"S"T........................................................................................................... 4(
<AT TA9 S/ST"1.................................................................................................................. 42
CA,AD&A, TA9 S/ST"1............................................................................................... 44% 44
ACC"SS*$&"S *$D"$ +*$1 ............................................................................................ 4=
"9T",D"D 5A$$A,T/ ...................................................................................................... 46
L&1&T"D 5A$$A,T/ ............................................................................................................ 48
APP",D&9 '> CALCULAT&,- STAT" TA9 TA)L" C*D"S.........................................49
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STA,DA$D ACC"SS*$&"S
"he following are included in the bo3 with your cash register*
$ 1 blac% plastic journal winder spindle
$ 1 roll of standard paper tape
- 1 in% roll 4already installed6
- 2C -ower adapter
$ F Cash 7rawer 9 1ournal .oc% %eys
$ =nstruction Manual
$ Juic% Start Sheet
US&,- T0&S 1A,UAL
@our Cash Register manual is organi'ed for easy reference. "he front portion contains general informati on on
all features and functions of the cash register. =nstructions for setting the optional programs are ne3t.
"ransaction e3amples for operati ng the register are at the bac% of the manual. /se the TA)L" *+
C*,T",TS to locate a particular item.
T#rou!#out t#is manual? reerences to t#e keypa@ are s#oAn bol@e@ an@ in brackets. $eerences
to t#e operational keys are prece@e@ by t#e Aor@ BpressB. +or example> Press CSU)T*TALD. *r>
Press CD"PA$T1",T 'D. $eerences to t#e numeric keypa@ are prece@e@ by t#e Aor@ BtypeB. +or
example> Type t#e number C'D.
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&mportant note> T#e cas# re!ister must be irst plu!!e@ in beore installin! t#e back% up batteri es.
8efore you begin to operate the register or set the programs& chec% S"TT&,- UP A,D 1A&,TA& ,& ,- T0"
CAS0 $"-&ST"$ for installation informati on. Re#iew 3"/PAD +U,CT&*,S? T0" C*,T$*L S/ST"1 and
T0" D&SPLA/ to become familiar with their operations.
:<";* -rograms and transaction information for management reports are stored in the memory of the cash
register. "he batteries must be installed to sa#e this information.
S"TT&,- T0" $"-&ST"$ P$*-$A1
"ransaction e3amples pro#ide steps for %ey operations. Sample receipts are included.
Royal)s helpful IJuic% StartI program 4-age 1F6 will pro#ide you with the
most basic programmi ng options for the operation of your new cash
register. Many users find IJuic% StartI the best way to begin to learn
about the many capabilities of the machine.
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M<7;.* Royal 115c3
"@-;* ;lectronic cash register with printer and 1? departments.
7=S-.2@* .C7 Single 7isplay. Cashier only. Symbols for error& change& subtotal& minus&
total and item count.
C2-2C="@* A digits input and readout.
-R=:";R* ;CR e3clusi#e serial printer.
=:B S</RC;* 8lac% =n% Roll 4R<@2. brand -C/2 K!1H1!6
-2-;R S/--.@* 5AMM 4F 190I Single$ -ly Register "ape 4R<@2. brand -C/2 !1H1F6
M;M<R@ 82"";R@
-R<";C"=<:* 2ppro3i matel y H! days after power interruption.
";C(:<.<>@* CM<S R2M
-<W;R C<:S/M-"=<:* Standby $ 15W& <perating $ 0AW
<-;R2"=:> ";M-;R2"/R;* !$0! 7egrees Centigrade 4HF$ 1!0 7egrees Gahrenheit6
7=M;:S=<:S* 1? H90I 3 1F H90I 3 1! 190I
W;=>("* 1H lbs.
SA+"T/ ,*T&C"
"he main outlet for this cash register must be located near the unit and easily accessible.
7o not use this cash register outdoors in the rain or near any source of liquid.
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I"his equipment generates& uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions manual& may cause interference
to radio communications. =t has been tested and found to comply with the limi ts for a Class
2 computi ng de#ice pursuant to Subpart 1of -art 15 of GCC Rules& which are designed to
pro#ide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial
en#ironment. <peration of this equipment in a residential area is li%ely to cause
interference in which case the user at his own e3pense will be required to ta%e whate#er
measures may be required to correct the interference.I
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&1P*$TA,T $ -lease read this section carefully before attempti ng to operate the cash register or set the
programs.
1. -lace on a le#el surface to permi t smooth operation of the cash register.
F. -lug in the electrical connection to an appropriate outlet.
H. =nstall batteries. 4See -age 6 Do not install batteri es unless t#e re!ister is plu!!e@ in.
0. =nstall paper. 4See -age 1!6
5. Set desired program options using Juic% Start 4-age 1F6.
?. Set the Control Switch to R1 4journal record6 or RF 4customer receipts6.
A. "he machine is ready for cash register transactions.
1A&,TA&,& ,- T0" CAS0 $"-&ST"$
$ :e#er co#er the cash register when turned on. 7oing so will pre#ent proper cooling of the electronic
components.
$ Co#er the register when not in use to protect components from dust.
$ "a%e care to %eep all liquids away from the machine to a#oid spills which could damage electronic
components.
$ "o clean& use a soft& dry cloth. 7o not apply organic solutions such as alcohol.
$ @our cash register should be %ept in areas free from dust& dampness or e3treme hot or cold
temperatures.
$ =f stored in e3treme temperatures 4below HF degrees or abo#e 1!0 degrees Gahrenhei t6& allow the
temperature inside the register to reach room temperature before turning on.
$ 7< :<" attempt to pull the paper tape when printi ng or installing paper. 2lways use the LGeedM %ey to
ad#ance the paper. -ulling the tape could damage the print mechanism.
$ =f electronic ser#ice is necessary& an authori'ed ser#ice center is recommended. Gor a list of the
2uthori'ed Ser#ice Centers within you local area& please call 1$,,,$ F?1$ H,,,.
$ Gamiliari'e yourself with the safety statements on -age F.
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1. Control Lock $ .oc%s and unloc%s the printer co#er. =n IopenI position& it allows access to the journal
compart ment and management control switches.
F. C +ee@ D % Paper +ee@ 3ey $ 2d#ances the paper tape with no effect on register entries.
H. C <*&D D <oi@/"rror Correction $ /sed to correct an entry after it is printed or to #oid the pre#ious
entry.
0. C $e/% D % Dual +unction> Coupon $ Subtracts the amount from an item or the sales total& such as a
coupon deduction. $eun@ $ Subtracts an item that is returned for refund. Minus %ey totals are shown in
the management report.
5. C $A/"U$* D % $eceive@ on Account 3ey $ used to register any money recei#ed on account that is not
part of a saleN i.e.& the start$ up money put in the drawer at the start of each business day can be
registered as an R2. "his %ey also functions as ;uro %ey for ;uro 7ollar Con#ersion.
?. C P* D % Pai@ *ut $ Registers any money paid out or ta%en out of the cash drawer that is not part of a
sale. -aid out totals appear in the management report.
A. C PLU D % Price Look Up $ Registers the preset price of an indi#idual item to the appropriate department.
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,. C C D % Clear "ntry an@ Stop Alarm 3ey $ Clears entries made on the %eyboard prior to depressing the
registration %ey. 2lso stops the error alarm when incorrect entries are made.
. C 8T//T& 1" D % Dual% +unction> 1ultiply? Display Time $ Multiplies L7;-2R"M;:"M& L-./M or LRef9$ M %ey
entriesN also displays the current time& if set.
1!. Depart ment 3eys $ /sed to select non$ ta3able and ta3able sales at the pre$ programmed ta3 rate.
11. ,umeric "ntry 3eys
1F. Clerk 3ey % Use@ to i@entiy associate transaction Ait# a particular clerk. Supports up to 8
Clerks an@ an optional security co@e.
1H. C %E D % Percent Discount 3ey $ /sed to subtract a percentage rate from an indi#idual item or an entire
sale. "he rate can be a pre$ programmed percentage rate or any other manuall y entered percentage rate.
10. C F/,S D % ,on A@@/,o Sale 3ey $ <pens the cash drawer and prints reference data& li%e dri#er)s
license & telephone or social security numbers.
15. C TA9 S0&+T D % Tax S#it 3ey $ /sed to enter a non$ ta3 item into a ta3able department or to enter a ta3
item into a non$ ta3able department.
1?. C C0"C3 D $ "otal sales paid by chec%. Chec% totals appear in the management report.
1A. C SU)T*TAL D % Subtotal 3ey $ /sed to obtain a subtotal of all entries with ta3 added.
1,. C C0A$-" D % C#ar!e 3ey $ /sed to total sales that are charged.
1. C Amt Ten@/T*TAL D % Amount Ten@ere@ an@ Cas# Total 3ey $ /sed to total transactions& compute
change and obtain daily grand totals of all transactions in IDI and IEI positions.
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"he Control Switch 4under the 1ournal Compartment6 must be properly positioned to operate the cash register
or set the programs. "he Control Switch is also used to print or reset the totals for the management report.
7epending on the desired operation& position the Control Switch as follows*
B*++B $ "he cash register is turned off and inoperable.
B$'B :*n/Gournal Tape; $ "he cash register is set for standard operations& including preset options. 2 journal
record is printed for each transaction.
B$(B :*n/Customer $eceipt; $ "he cash register is set for standard operations& including preset options. 2
customer receipt prints for each transaction.
B9B :1ana!ement $eport; $ -rints the IDI management report.
BHB :Prints 1ana!ement $eports an@ $esets Totals; $ -rints the IEI management report and resets
totals 4e3cept Iloc%ed inI grand total6 to 'ero.
BP$-B :Pro!ram 1o@e; $ /sed to set and change program settings.
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"he cash drawer will open after completi ng a cash& chec% or charge transaction by pressing the L K9:SM %ey& or
by the hidden emergency le#er underneath the register.
"he cash drawer is electronicall y loc%ed when the control switch is in the I<GGI position. =n addition& the cash
drawer is designed with a security loc% with %ey that manuall y loc%s the cash drawer and pre#ents
electronicall y opening it by the LK9:SM %ey or by the hidden emergency le#er underneath the register.
"he cash drawer can be completel y remo#ed from the register by lifting up on the open drawer and pulling
toward you.
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"he display shows entry amounts and related transaction informati on through use of numbers and special
symbols. 7isplay windows are situated so that operator can #iew the operations.
"he display is read from left to right as follows.
Depart ment $ "he first digit displays the department %ey pressed for each entry.
$epeat/ 1ul ti ply $ "he second digit displays when repeating or multipl yi ng items to indicate the number of
items entered at one price.
Amount $ "he remainder of the display shows the entry amount. /p to A digits can be used for the amount of
each entry.
Gor e3ample& if you register a O1.!! item to 7epartment 1 and repeated the entry& the display would show*
S/eial S2m3ol In-iators
Special symbols appear at the far left of the display during operation of the cash register. "hese symbols
identify the amount shown& warning of an error condition or indicate use of the program mode. "hey include*

:C#an!e; $ =ndicates the displayed amount is change due to the customer.


:1inus; $ 7isplays for a negati #e entry. 2lso displays if subtotal or cash tendered total is
a negati #e number due to a return or refund.
:Subtotal ; $ =ndicates amount shown is a subtotal& including ta3 if applicable.
:Total; $ =ndicates amount shown is the total of the transaction.
:"rror; $ 7isplays if an error is made during operation or when setting programs. 2n error
tone sound to alert the operator.
S"C Co@e $ 7isplays when a security code has been programmed and an entry is
attempted in either the -rogram 4-R>6 or E modes.
"hese symbols clear automaticall y when you start the ne3t entry or press the CCD Clear %ey.
D&SPLA/&,- T0" T&1"
Simply press the C8T/ T&1"D %ey to display the current time. 4See T0" $"-&ST"$ P$*-$A1S to set the
time6. "he time can be displayed in either a 1F or F0 hour format. 4See -age 156. "he displayed time is
automaticall y cleared once a transaction is started.
:<";* "rying to use this feature during a transaction will result in an error tone. =f this occurs& press CCD to
clear the error.
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"he error alarm system warns of an operator error 4usually pressing the wrong %ey for a specific type of entry6
or an error when setting a program option. When the error tone sounds& an I;I appears in the display and the
%eypad loc%s. 2n error tone will be played if a cash register function is not programmed.
"o clear the I;I error& simply press the LCM Clear %ey.
,*T"> 1ovin! t#e Control SAitc# rom B$'B or B$(B to anot#er position beore completin! a
transaction Aill result in an error con@ition to remin@ you to total t#e transaction.
Clearin! an "rror>
1. -ress the CCD Clear %ey. "he tone ends& the display clears and the %eypad unloc%s.
F. 7etermi ne what error was made.
H. Continue with the transaction or restart the program.
:<";* "he CCD Clear %ey also clears an incorrect entry from the display prior to pressing a registration %ey.
<nce an entry is printed& the C<*&DD %ey must be used to correct an error.
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<nce an entry is printed on the tape& the CCD Clear %ey cannot be correctly used. /se the C<*&DD %ey to
correct an error just registered.
'. <oi@in! t#e "ntry Gust Complete@>
=f the transaction has not yet been completed& to erase the entry& simply press the L5<=7M %ey. "he entry is
reprinted with a I57I symbol following the amount and erased from the transaction.
(. <oi@in! an "arlier "ntry>
"o #oid an earlier entry*
1. Complete and total the transaction& including the error.
F. -ress the L5<=7M %ey.
H. Retype the incorrect informati on& e3actly as originall y entered.
0. "otal the transaction.
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1. "urn the control %ey to the IopenI position& open the printer co#er as described on -age 1! and
mo#e the control switch to the IR1 or IRFI position.
F. Remo#e the battery co#er& located at the bac% of the printer mechanism. 4Gigure 86.
H. -osition the batteries as indicated 4Gigure C6 ma%ing sure that the positi#e and negati #e poles are
aligned correctl y.
0. Replace the battery co#er by sliding down in position. 4See Gigure 76.
5. Close the printer co#er.
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"(; 115c3 register is portable and can be operated in remote locations& away from a power outlet& by using 4
C$si'e batteries 4not included6. ;3amples are* %ios%s& craft fairs& flea mar%ets& or in areas where power outlets
are not easily accessible. "he register can also be operated and powered by an 2C adapter and one is
included along with the standard supplies in this pac%age.
7uring cash register operations& all transaction data for the management report is stored in the register)s
memory. "he memory also holds all the optional program informati on. "he memory bac%$ up system %eeps
this information stored in memory when the cash register is turned off.
"he memory is protected by 0 standard I22I$ si'e 41.5$ 5olt6 batteries that should be installed before
programmi ng the register. 2lways connect the register to a power outlet )"+*$" installing the 0 22 batteries.
8atteries are not included with the 11!c3 register. "hese must be purchased separatel y.
"his register does not come with the 0 I22I batteries which& when properly installed& pro#ide bac%$ up power to
the register memory if the power cord is accidentall y disconnected or if a power interruption occurs. "he daily
transactions and loc%ed in grand total will be retained by the machine without 42C6 power because of the
memory protection feature. 2#erage battery life protection is appro3i matel y H! days after power interrupti on.
T* &,STALL *$ $"PLAC" )AC3 %UP )ATT"$&"S>
,*T"> &t is important t#at t#e unit is plu!!e@ in beore t#e batteri es are installe@.
:<";* =n order to assure continuous battery bac%$ up protection& it is important that the batteries be changed
at least once e#ery year.
T* &,STALL *$ $"PLAC" )ATT"$&"S +*$ P*$TA)L" US">
With the register in the <GG position& open the compart ment at the bac% and to the left of the register. @ou)ll
see a battery diagram for proper installation of the 0 C batteries. Simply follow the diagram and install the
batteries. "o conser#e battery life& when not necessary& use the 2C adapter for power. 2lso on the bac% of
the register& there is a connection for the 2C adapter and the Ipower bric%I is plugged into a power outlet.
L*AD&,- PAP"$
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"his register uses standard F 190I single ply calculator paper to produce either a customer receipt 4outside6 or
a journal record 4inside6.
:<";* =t is recommended to use R<@2. brand F 190I 45Amm6 Ibond qualityI paper which will help pre#ent
dust deposits on the printer mechanism caused by ine3pensi#e paper rolls. Replace with standard bond
quality calculator paper. $*/AL *r@er F7'2'(9 .
"o order& call the Royal Supply Center toll free at '% 888% (='% 4444.

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1. -lug in your cash register and turn the control loc% to the IopenI position.
F. >rasp the printer co#er and pull gentl y up. Remo#e the printer co#er and set aside. 4Gigure ;6
H. Cut or tear the end of the paper roll e#enl y for a straight edge to permi t proper feeding through the
printhead.
0. -lace the paper roll in the paper holder so that the paper will feed out from the bottom of the roll.
5. =nsert the end of a single paper tape into the paper slot. 4Gigure G6. 2djust writing table as needed to
insert the paper.
?. 7epress the paper feed LGeedM %ey until the paper catches and ad#ances through the printer.
A. =f the paper does not feed through the printer& ma%e sure the paper was entered properly.
,. -ass the tape through the receipt window of the printer co#er.
or
=f a journal record is desired& insert the tape into the journal winder. Simply ad#ance the tape
appro3i matel y 1!$ 1F inches by using the paper feed LGeedM %ey. "hen& slide the tape under the two for%s
that e3tend on both sides of the journal winder. 4See Gigure (6. "urn the spindle manuall y a few times to
ta%e up the e3cess paper. "hen ad#ance the paper using the Geed %ey until the journal paper winds
securely around the spindle. 4Gigure (M
1. "urn the control %ey to the IopenI
position and open the printer
compartment.
F. "he in% roll is found in front of the
printhead mounted in a plastic cartridge.
"o remo#e& grasp the small clip on the left
of the in% roll and pull up. "he in% roll will
easily pull away from the printhead. 4Gigure
=6
H. "o replace a new in% roll& insert the in%
roll according to mar%ings I.I 4.eft6 and IRI
4Right6 by pressing downward to loc% it into
position& then close the printer co#er. :o
tools are necessary. Gor best performance&
store unopened in% roll pac%age in a cool&
dry place until installed.
&,STALL&,- &,3 $*LL
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0*5 T* C0A,-" T0" &,3 $*LL
"his register comes equipped with the in% roll installed. "he in% roll releases special in% to the printhead which
produces printout on the paper. 2fter a period of time& depending upon the amount of use& the in% in the roll
will be used up. When printout becomes faint& the in% roll needs to be replaced.
CAUT&*,>
"he in% roll is :<" designed to be re$in%ed. /nder no circumstances should this be done or permanent
damage to your cash register printhead will result. Such damage W=.. :<" be co#ered under Royal)s
warranty.
$"PLAC" /*U$ &,3 $*LL +*LL*5&,- T0" &,ST$UCT&*,S )"L*5>
:<";* Replace with R<@2. =n% Roll& *r@er F7'2'79 .
"o order& call the Royal Supply Center toll free at '% 888% (='% 4444 .
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8U&C3 STA$T
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8uick Start is a brie but complete start% up pro!ram t#at alloAs you to B!et starte@B imme@iatel y
on t#e most basic aspects o operati n! your neA cas# re!ister. +olloA t#ese @irections precisely>
1. $ea@ an@ olloA t#e mac#ine *$&",TAT&*, an@ set% up instructions on pa!es '% ''.
$emin@er> &t is important t#at t#e re!ister is plu!!e@ in beore t#e back% up batteries are
installe@.
F. -erform the following Juic% Start programmi ng procedures*
2. <pen the printer compart ment and place the control switch at the -R> 4-rogram6 position.
8. =f a security code has been assigned& enter the security code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. =f no
security code has been programmed& continue with step C.
C. Set the current date by typing the numeric %eys to represent the mont#/@ay/ year . Single digits
must be preceded by a 'ero. Gor e3ample& to set 1une ,& 1,& type C7=7898D . Ginali'e by pressing
the CST/ F/ ,SD %ey.
7. Set the current time using the F0$ hour cloc% format. Gor e3ample* to set *15 2.M.& type C79'4D N to
set A*15 -.M.& type C'9'4D . Ginali'e this entry by pressing the C8T//T& 1"D %ey.
;. Set the decimal point as follows 4/.S. standard6* "ype C'D & C(D and press the C$AD %ey.
G. "o set a fi3ed "a3 Rate* "ype C'D for ta3 rate K1& then press the CTax S#itD %ey. "hen type the ta3
rate as a 0$digit number. Gor e3ample& if your ta3 rate is ,C& type C8777D N if your ta3 rate is A.5C&
type C6477D . "hen press the CAmt/Ten@/ T*TALD %ey.
-lease note for the ne3t steps you will use the 7epartment Beys which are the %eys 47ept Shift& 1$,6
located directl y to the right of the numeric %eys.
>. =n these e3amples& we will program the register to accept a 'ero priceN press C8D & C'D and then press
the C$AD %ey.
(. -rogram 7epartment 1 as ta3able items. "o do this& type the numeric %eys C7DC7DC 'D & press
CC0"C3D & type C'DC7DC 7D and finali'e by pressing the CDepart ment 'D %ey. Repeat this procedure
for all departments you wish to ta3. <ptional* =f you wish to enter preset department prices& see
page 1, for details.
=. -rogram 7epartment F as non$ ta3able items. "o do this& type the numeric %eys C7DC7DC 7D & press
CC0"C3D & type C'DC7DC 7D and finali'e by pressing the CDepart ment (D %ey. Repeat this procedure to
all the departments you wish not to ta3. <ptional* =f you wish to enter preset department prices& see
page 1, for details.
1. 8asic programmi ng is now complete.
H. "o ring up sales& slide the control switch to the R1 or RF position 4R1 winds a 1ournal Record on the
spindle& whereas RF gi#es you Customer Receipts through the window opening& as described fully on
page 1!6. Gollow the instructions gi#en in I"ransaction ;3amplesI.
0. "o print Management Reports& slide the control switch to the D or E position as needed& then press the
CAmt Ten@/T*TALD %ey. Refer to e3planation on page HA $ 01.
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<nce you ha#e mastered the Juic% Start operations& you may want to ta%e ad#antage of other #aluable
register functions such as -ercent 7iscount Rate on page 1A& -rice .oo%$ /ps 4-./s6 on page FH and Security
Code on page F5. =f you ha#e questions regarding Juic% Start or any other aspects of the machine operation&
call the Royal Consumer -roduct Support (otline at 1$!,$ 0F$ (;.- 40H5A6& Monday through Griday& ,*H! 2.M.
to 5*!! -.M. ;S".
0"LP+UL 0&,TS +*$ A SUCC"SS+UL STA$T% UP
5it# reerence to speciic steps in B8uick StartB>
F$G"a3 -rogrammi ng $ 2s an alternati #e to using your state)s fi3ed rate percentage you may now or later
want to use the actual state ta3 codes in 2ppendi 3 F. "he procedure outlined on page FF can be
used in place of Step FG of the Juic% Start.
:ote* Gor the most current state ta3 tables& please #isit AAA.royal .com & the cash register section. 2
current copy of state ta3 tables can be downloaded from this site.
-","$AL &,+*$1AT&*,
$ =t is not necessary to re$program the entire machine to ma%e a single program change or correction. =f
you wish to ma%e a change& such as an update on state ta3 rate& be sure you are in the program mode&
then re$do the program in question. 2 new program entry will automaticall y o#erride a pre#ious entry.
$ RememberN you enter the program mode by mo#ing the Control Switch to the -R> position.
$ 8e sure to slide the control switch to the I<ffI position at the end of a business day.
$ =n order to assure continuous battery bac%$ up protection& it is important that the batteries be changed at
least once e#ery year.
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"his cash register allows you to set programs customi'ed to your indi#i dual business requirements. "hese
programs include*
$ Setting the "ime and 7ate
$ Setting the Cler% System
$ Setting a -ercent 7iscount 4$C6 Rate
$ 2ssigning a 7epartment "a3 Status and -re$set 7epartment prices
$ Setting a "a3 Rate
$ Creating -rice .oo%$ /ps
$ 2ssigning a Security Code for the -rogram and IEI Management Report Modes
Set some or all of the programs& depending on your business needs. <nce selected& these programs reside in
the register)s memory until you change them.
,*T"> )e sure memory back% up batteries are installe@ beore settin! t#ese pro!rams.
S"TT&,- P$*-$A1S
2ll programs are set by first entering the program mode. "hey are entered using the numeric %eypad L!$ M
and appropriate operation %eys. -rogram selections appear in the display to #erify entry and are printed on
the receipt.
=n this section you will find simple step$ by$ step procedures for each program. Gollowing each procedure is an
e3ample. We suggest you complete the e3amples to become familiar with the program& then reset the
programs according to your own requirements.
"nterin! t#e Pro!ram 1o@e>
1. "o access the Control Switch& unloc% and open the printer co#er.
F. Set the Control Switch to the I-R>I position.
:<";* =f a security code has been assigned& enter the security code and press the
CC0A$-"D %ey now.
H. <nce in the program mode& you can set some or all of the programs.
"xitin! t#e Pro!ram 1o@e>
2fter all the desired programs are set& simpl y mo#e the Control Switch to the IR1I or IRFI position to
begin operations or turn to the I<ffI position if you are finished.
Clearin! "rrors>
=f an error tone sounds& press the CCD %ey to clear the display. Reenter the program step.
=f the prompt IS;C CodeI appears& this means a security code was programmed. ;nter the 0$digit code
followed by the LC(2R>;M %ey. "hen proceed with programmi ng.
,ote * While you are programmi ng your register& you might shift to R1 or RF mode to test a feature by running
a transaction. =f you do not L"<"2.M the transaction& when you return to -R> mode an error tone will
sound. Simply return to R19RF and L"<"2.M the transaction and then return to -R> mode.
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Set the date option to print the current date at the top of each receipt& journal record or management report.
"he current time can also be displayed by pressing the C8T//T& 1"D %ey.
Set the time option to print the current time at the bottom of the receipt. "he time will automaticall y print and
display in the 1F hour format. "he time prints in the followi ng format* ((+MM. Gor e3ample* *H!. =f the time
is -M& the receipt will print .$H!.
"he date and time change automaticall y as long as the bac%$ up batteries are installed.
Settin! t#e Date>
1. =f needed& enter the program mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security
code has been assigned& enter the number and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with
Step KF.
F. "ype Ct#e numbersD representing the current date. /se the following format* MM77@@. :<";*
Single digit numbers for months and days must be preceded by a 'ero L!M.
H. -ress the CF/ ,SD %ey to store the date.
0. Continue with the ne3t program or mo#e the Control Switch out of the -rogram mode.
"xample * Set a date of March A& 1,
Type/Press> T#e Display S#oAs> T#e $eceipt
S#oAs>
!H!A, P L K9:SM H!A., !HQ!AQ,
Date +ormat> T#e @ate Aill automatically print in t#e olloAin! ormat> 11% DD% // :1ont#%
Day% /ear;. +or example> 72I76I 98.
To select t#e Day% 1ont#% /ear ormat>
1. Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security code has been assigned& enter the
number and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with Step KF.
F. "ype C6D C'D and press C$AD .
H. Continue with the ne3t program or mo#e the Control Switch out of the -rogram position.
"o change bac% to the Month$ 7ay$ @ear setting& at Step F& type C6D C7D and press C$AD .
Settin! t#e Time>
1. =f needed& enter the program mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security code
has been assigned& enter the number and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with Step
KF6.
F. "ype Ct#e current timeD using the followi ng format* ((MM.
H. -ress the C8T/ T&1"D %ey to store the time.
0. Continue with the ne3t program or mo#e the Control Switch out of the -rogram mode.
"xample * Set the time at H*H! -M* 4with 1F hour format6
Type/Press> T#e Display S#oAs> T#e $eceipt
S#oAs>
15H! P LJ"@ "=M;M 15QH! 15$ H!
F!
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SETTING THE CLERK SYSTEM
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The Clerk System allows transactions to be associated with a clerk #. Optionally, there can be a security code assigned to
each clerk # and the register supports up to 4 Clerks. The benefit of the system is that sales can be tracked by clerk; a Clerk
report captures the number of transactions and sales.
There are a few steps to set up the Clerk System.
- Activate/Disable the Clerk System
- Assign Clerk # with or without a security code entry reguired
- Assign the security code to a Clerk #
Activate/Disable the Clerk System:
1. If needed, enter the program mode: Move the Control Switch to the "PRG" position. If a security code
has been assigned, enter the number and press the [CHARGE] key now. If not, continue with Step #2.
2. Type [44444]
3. Enter either [0] or [1] [0] disables the Clerk System; [1] activates the Clerk System.
4. Press the [Amt/Tend/TOTAL] key to finish.
Assign Clerk # and Security Code Entry:
1. If needed, enter the program mode: Move the Control Switch to the "PRG" position. If a security code has been
assigned, enter the number and press the [CHARGE] key now. If not, continue with Step #2.
2. Type [11]
3. Enter either [0] or [1] [0] Clerk # only; [1] Clerk # and security code.
4. Press the [Amt/Tend/TOTAL] key to finish.
To Assign a Security Code to Clerk #:
1. If needed, enter the program mode: Move the Control Switch to the "PRG" position. If a security code has
been assigned, enter the number and press the [CHARGE] key now. If not, continue with Step #2.
2. Type [444444]
3. Press the [Amt/Tend/TOTAL] key
4. Enter the Clerk # (1 - 4)
5. Enter the (security code) 3 digits. Examples: 123 222, 212 ...
6. Press the [Clerk] Repeat steps 4, 5 and 6 for each Clerk # you want to have a security code.
7. Press the [C] key to finish.
Printing the Clerk Report:
To print a report of sales by clerk, once the system is activated and Clerk #s assigned, in x mode, press the [Clerk] key.
Using the Clerk Feature
Before entering a transaction, press the number on the numeric pad followed by the [Clerk} key to record transactions to
that Clerk number.
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Setting this option automaticall y calculates the preset rate each time the L$CM %ey is pressed. "his percentage
rate can be discounted from an indi#idual item or an entire transaction.
@ou can o#erride the program rate by manuall y entering a different rate. 4See T$A,SACT&*, "9A1PL"S
+*$ *P"$AT&,- T0" CAS0 $"-&ST"$6.
Settin! a Percent Discount :% E; $ate>
1. =f needed& enter the program mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security
code has been assigned& enter the number and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with
Step KF.
F. "ype Ct#e numbersD representi ng the desired percentage rate.
:<";* /p to four digits& !$.& can be used. Gor e3ample* to enter 1!C& type 1!!!N to enter ?.5C&
type ?5!.
H. -ress the C% ED %ey to store the rate.
0. Continue with the ne3t program or mo#e the Control Switch out of the -rogram mode.
"xample * Set a percent discount rate of 5C*
Type/Press> T#e Display S#oAs> T#e $eceipt
S#oAs>
5!! 5Q!!
L$CM 5Q!! 5Q!! C$
"o set a percent discount rate of 1!C* press L1!!!M and then press the L$CM %ey.
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D"PA$T1",T TA9 STATUS
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2 total of 1? departments are a#ailable on your cash register. ;ach department can represent a category of
merchandise. Gor e3ample& 7epartment 1 can represent sales of be#erages& 7epartment FN sandwiches&
7epartment HN candy& etc. ;ach department can be programmed as ta3able or non$ ta3able. =f desired& each
department can also be programmed with a preset price.
"he programmi ng of the departments consists of H stepsN selecting the Multiple9Single =tem Sale& "a3 Status
and 7epartment -reset -rice.
1. Tax Status $ allows you to ta3 or not to ta3 a department %ey.
F. 1ultiple/Sin!le &tem Sales $ Multiple =tem Sale 4Standard6 allows many items to be rung up within
a transaction. Single =tem Sale allows only one item to be rung up in a transaction.
H. Depart ment Preset Price 4<ptional6 $ allows you to program a price in a department %ey to sa#e
time when ringing up a sales entry. "he price will automaticall y ring up each time the appropriate
department %ey is pressed.
:ote* @ou can ha#e up to 0 "a3 Rates. "hese are set in the section $ "a3 Rate. /se the chart below to
determi ne how you want a department to calculate ta3es. Beep in mind& for the sa%e of simplicity& you can set
just 1 fi3ed rate and use that for all departments.
Tax Rate Chart
S2
Code
USA CANADIAN VAT
00 Non-Taxable
01 Taxable by TAX 1
02 Taxable by TAX 2
03 Taxable by TAX 3
04 Taxable by TAX 4
05 Taxable by TAX 1 and TAX 2
06 Taxable by TAX 1 and TAX 3
07 Taxable by TAX 1 and TAX 4
08 Taxable by TAX 2 and TAX 3
09 Taxable by TAX 2 and TAX 4
10 Taxable by TAX 3 and TAX 4
11 Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2 and TAX 3
12 Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2 and TAX 4
13 Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 3 and TAX 4
14 Taxable by TAX 2, TAX 3 and TAX 4
15 Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2, TAX 3 and TAX 4
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H"$* P$&C" ",T$/ S"TT&,-
"his procedure allows a I!I price to be entered for a department or -./ price. "he default setting does not
accept a I!I price.
1. ;nter the Pro!ram mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position.
F. "o allow 'ero price entry& type C8D & then C'D & followed by the C$AD %ey.
H. "o prohibit 'ero price entry& type C8D & then C7D & followed by the C$AD %ey. Please note t#is is t#e
@eaul t settin! .
T* P$*-$A1 D"PA$T1",TS AS TA9A)L"
;3ample* -rogram 7epartment 1 as ta3able& using "a3 Rate 1& multi ple entry and pre$ set price of 1.*
1. ;nter the program mode. Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security code has been
assigned& enter the security code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. =f no security code has been
assigned& continue with Step KF.
F. "ype C7D or C'D ! R Multiple Sales N !1 R single item
H. "ype 4 SF Code6 C(% @i!it FD from the "a3 Rate Chart abo#e.
0. -ress the CC0"C3D %ey.
5 5. "ype CPre% set PriceD . =f you do not wish to program a department pre$ set price& enter I!I.
?. -ress the CD"PA$T1",TD %ey.
Repeat these steps for each department you will be using.
"xample> C7D J C7'D J CC#eckD J C'99D J CDepart ment 'D
T* P$*-$A1 D"PA$T1",TS AS ,*,% TA9A)L"
;3ample* -rogram 7epartment F as non$ ta3able& multiple entry and no pre$ set price*
1. ;nter the program mode. Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security code has been
assigned& enter the security code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. =f no security code has been
assigned& continue with Step KF.
F. "ype C7D for Multiple =tem Sale& then type C77D for no ta3. -ress the CC0"C3D %ey.
H. -ress C7D for no pre$ set price& then press the CD"PA$T1",T (D %ey.
"xample> C7D J C77D J CC#eckD J C7D J CDepart ment (D
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Pro!rammi n! t#e Tax $ate
"he 115c3 supports up to 0 "a3 "ablesN therefore& it allows 0 separate rates to be established and each of
those rates can be lin%ed to a department. Gor instance& "a31 could be ?C& "a3F could be ,C& "a3H could be
5.5C and "a30 could be FC. 8y establishing separate ta3 rates& a separate "a3 rate total is printed on the
management report& if you want to %now ta3es paid by rate.
;ach ta3 rate can be programmed as either a ixe@ percent tax rate or tax table rate . "he fi3ed rate is a
fi3ed percentage charged on the total item. Gor e3ample& 5C. 2 ta3 table rate is based on an appro#ed chart
issued by indi#idual states.
,*T"* =ndi#idual state ta3 tables are a#ailable to be downloaded at www.royal.com as part of the Cash
Register section.
"he ta3 system can be set for one of the followi ng settings*
! R /S2 "a3 Mode 4standard setting for /.S. ta36
1 R Canadian "a3 Mode
F R 52" "a3 Mode 4commonl y used in ;uropean Countries6
"he cash register has already been set at the factory for the /S2 "a3 Mode. =f you need to change to the
Canadian "a3 System or to the 52" "a3 System& following the instructions in those sections.
See the ne3t page for programmi ng details.
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TA9 $AT" :Continue@;
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T* P$*-$A1 A +&9"D TA9 $AT"> :$ecommen@e@ +or 1ost Applications;
BP$-B J Tax ' % 4 J CTax S#itD J Tax $ate :4 Di!it F; J :Amt/Ten@/T*TAL;
:ote* @ou can program up to 0 "a3 Rates or just 1. "he following steps allow you to set up 1 or up to 0.
Remember& when you determi ne a department) s ta3 status& at that point& you identify the ta3 rate you want
for that department.
=f you ma%e a mista%e between steps F and 0& press the Clear CCD %ey and start again at step F.
1. =f needed& enter the program mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security
code has been assigned& enter the number and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with
Step KF.
F. ;nter :' % 4; & 1 through 0 being the "a3 Rate identifier.
H. -ress CTax s#itD %ey
0. ;nter the Tax $ate . /p to 5 digits can be used. @ou M/S" enter three digits after the desired
decimal place. Gor e3ample& to enter 5.5C& type C4477D N to enter AC& type C6777D N to enter 1!C&
type C'7777D .
:ote* =f you want to set up another "a3 Rate& return to step F. When you are finished setting "a3 Rates& go to
step 5 to complete the procedure.
5. -ress the CAmt Ten@/T*TALD %ey.
Continue with other programmi ng or mo#e the Control Switch out of the -rogram mode.
"xample> Set a tax rate o 4.4E>
'. & nee@e@? move t#e Control SAitc# to t#e Pro!ram mo@e :P$-;.
(. "nter C4477D J t#e CAmt Ten@/T*TALD key.
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TA9 TA)L" :A, ALT"$,AT&<" +*$ US&,- T0" +&9"D P"$C",TA-" TA9 $AT";
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=f you wish to assign a state ta3 table rate 4instead of a fi3ed percentage6& a series of codes must be used.
"hese codes are deri#ed from an appro#ed state ta3 table chart. =f your state)s ta3 rate is not listed in
2ppendi3 =& refer to 2ppendi3 == for instructions on calculati ng your own state)s ta3 table code.
T* P$*-$A1 A S&,-L" TA9 TA)L" $AT"
BP$-B J :State Tax Table Co@e; J :Tax S#it;

Repeat as needed for each code

1. =f needed& enter the program mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security
code has been assigned& enter the number and press the LC(2R>;M %ey now. =f not& continue with
Step KF.
F. Type eac# tax table co@e followed by the CTA9 S0&+TD %ey.
"xample> T#e tax co@e or AriKona 4E is> '('% (4779=% '2% '9% (2% (6% (6% '7(9% (4%
(4% (4% '7(4.
'. 1ove t#e Control SAitc# to t#e BP$-B position.
(. "nter C'('D J t#e CTA9 S0&+TD key.
2. "nter C(4779=D J t#e CTA9 S0&+TD key.
4. "nter C'2D J t#e CTA9 S0&+TD key.
4. "nter C'9D J t#e CTA9 S0&+TD key.
=. Continue enterin! t#e tax co@es an@ press t#e CTA9 S0&+TD key ater eac#
co@e until inis#e@.
H. Continue with other programmi ng or mo#e the Control Switch out of the -rogram position.
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2 total of -rice .oo% /p codes 4-./s6 are a#ailable on this cash register. "he -rice .oo% /p system allows
for fast& accurate entry of an item and automaticall y records the number of items sold. "here are F methods
in programmi ng -./s. <ne method is to set the -./ number with a preset price %nown as a Gi3ed -./ -rice.
"he second method is to set the -./ without a preset price& where you are able to manuall y enter the price of
an item while still ha#ing the sales acti#ity recorded under the -./ number on management reports& %nown as
an <pen -./ -rice 4sub$ department6. "he <pen -./ -rice is recommended for items whose prices change
frequentl y.
8efore getting started with programmi ng -./s& the following H steps should be done*
1. Ma%e a list of the -./ numbers and their prices you wish to program.
F. 7ecide whether you want the -./ number designated as a Gi3ed -./ -rice or an <pen -./ -rice.
,ote> T#e +ixe@ PLU Price @oes not alloA you to overri@e or c#an!e a preset price in t#e
re!ister mo@e? A#ereas t#e *pen PLU Price @oes.
H. 7etermi ne if each -./ number requires ta3 or no ta3. =f ta3 is required for a particular -./ number&
be sure to lin% the -./ number to a department that is programmed for ta3. .i%ewise& if a -./
number does not require ta3& then lin% the -./ number to a department not programmed for ta3.
Pro!ram PLU Status
:ote* "his procedure should only be done if you are interested in the <pen -./ -rice 4sub$ department6 option.
<therwise& proceed to the ne3t section on -rogrammi ng -./ -rices.
1. ;nter the program mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security code has been
assigned& enter the security code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. =f no security code has been
assigned& continue with Step KF.
F. -ress the CP*D %ey to begin programmi ng the -./ Status.
H. "ype the CPLU F :betAeen 7'% 99;D & press the CPLUD %ey& type the CPLU Status FD and press the
CDepart ment D %ey.
-./ Status 7 R Gi3ed -./ -rice 4"his is the factory default option6.
-./ Status ' R <pen -./ -rice 4Sub$ department option6.
0. Repeat Step KH for all desired -./ numbers.
5. -ress the CP*D %ey to finish programmi ng the -./ Status.
?. Continue to the ne3t section on programmi ng the -./ -rice.
Pro!ram PLU Prices
1. ;nter the -rogram mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security code has been
assigned& enter the security code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. =f no security code has been
assigned& continue with Step KF.
F. -ress the C8T//T& 1"D %ey to begin programmi ng.
H. "ype the CPLU ,umber :betAeen 7'% 99;D & press the CPLUD %ey& type the CPLU PriceD and press
the CDepart ment D %ey.
0. Repeat Step KH for all desired -./ numbers. ,ote> 5#en pro!rammi n! PLU numbers
consecutivel y? it is not necessary to type t#e PLU number eac# time. T#e system
automatically prompts you Ait# t#e next PLU number .
5. -ress the C8T//T& 1"D %ey to finish programmi ng -./ prices.
C<:G=RM2"=<: R;-<R"S* :o printi ng will occur during programmi ng of -./s. "o print a -./ Confirmati on
Report& turn to the ne3t page.
F
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To print a PLU Conirmation $eport
1. =f needed& enter the program mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security
code has been assigned& enter the security code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. =f no security code
has been assigned& continue with Step KF.
F. -ress the CPLUD %ey. "he -./s programmed will print. See sample printout below.
H. Continue with other programmi ng or mo#e the Control Switch out of the I-R>I position.
PLU Conirmation $eport
______________________
_ _
PLU # _________ 01 0 ________ PLU status of "0" for fixed PLU
Department # the PLU is linked to ________ 1 199 TX ____ PLU prie of !1"99 is taxa#le
PLU # _________ 0$ 0 _
_ $ 1$9 ________ PLU prie of !1"$9 is non%taxa#le
PLU # _________ 0& 1 ________ PLU status of "1" for open PLU
_ 1 0'9 TX _
_ 0( 0 _
_ 1 099 TX _
_ 0' 0 _
_ $ '99 _
_ _
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S"CU$&T/ C*D"> +or Pro!ram an@ 1ana!ement $eport Protection
Management Reports can be printed in either the IDI or IEI positions on the Control Switch. When printed in
the IEI position& transaction totals are reset to 'ero. 2ssigning a security code can pre#ent accidental reset of
transaction totals. <nce assigned& the IEI report prints <:.@ after entering the security code.
:<";* 2ssign a number easily remembered. @ou should also %eep the program receipt as a reminder. =f you
do forget the code& reset this program with a new code. "hen& print the report using the new code.
Assi!nin! a Security Co@e>
1. =f necessary& enter the program mode. 4Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position6.
F. Type :t#e numbers; representin! t#e security co@e. :Up to our @i!its can be use@;.
H. -ress the CC0A$-"D %ey to store the code.
"xample> Assi!n a security co@e o B6648B>
Type/Press> T#e Display S#oAs> T#e $eceipt
S#oAs>
AA0, P LC(2R>;M AA.0, AA.0, C(
:<";* =G @</ S;" 2 S;C/R="@ C<7;& @</ W=.. :<" 8; 28.; "< 2.";R @</R -R<>R2M
<R -R=:" @</R M2:2>;M;:" R;-<R"S /:"=. @</R S;C/R="@ C<7; (2S 8;;: ;:";R;7.
"(; -R<M-" IS;C C<7;I W=.. 2--;2R =: "(; 7=S-.2@ "< R;M=:7 @</ "< ;:";R "(;
C<7;. "< 7;.;"; 2 S;C/R="@ C<7; :/M8;R* ;:";R "(; -R<>R2M M<7;& "@-; L!M L!M
L!M L!M 2:7 -R;SS "(; LC(2R>;M B;@.
Usin! a Security Co@e in t#e Pro!ram 1o@e>
1. =n the I-R>I mode& enter the 0$digit code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. -roceed with programmi ng.
Usin! a Security Co@e in t#e BHB 1o@e>
1. "o print a IEI report when a security code has been assigned& in the IEI mode& enter the 0$digit code
and press the CAmt Ten@/T*TALD %ey.
F. "he IEI report will print.
S"TT&,- T0" D"C&1AL P*&,T
To set ( @ecimal place :stan@ar@ in t#e U.S.;>
1. =f needed& enter the program mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the I-R>I position. =f a security
code has been assigned& enter the security code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. =f no security code
has been assigned& continue with Step KF.
F. "ype the numbers C'D & C(D & followed by the C$AD %ey.
H. =f finished with programmi ng& mo#e the Control Switch out of the I-R>I position.
"(; S2M; -R<C;7/R;S 2--.@ G<R <"(;R 7;C=M2. S;""=:>S 2S G<..<WS*
L1M P L!M P LR2M R !.
L1M P L1M P LR2M R !.!
C'D J C(D J C$AD L 7.77 Stan@ar@ settin! or U.S.
L1M P LHM P LR2M R !.!!!
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C*,<"$S&*, +"ATU$"> Useul alon! )or@er States or currency conversion
"he ;uro Con#ersion feature pro#ides a automatic method of currency con#ersion. =t establishes one currency
as the .ocal currency and another currency as the con#erted currency. <nce the rate is established& it will
remain the rate unless changed. "his feature does not use a daily e3change rate but is established through
the following programmi ng steps. "he rate can be changed as frequentl y as one would want to change the
rate& either daily& wee%ly& monthl y or annuall y.
There are a few steps to set up the Euro Conversion feature.
- Activate/Disable the System
- Print the Currencies to be printed
- Establish the Local/Euro Currency as Standard
- Setting the Conversion Rates
Activate/Disable the Euro Conversion Feature:
1. If needed, enter the program mode: Move the Control Switch to the "PRG" position. If a security code has been
assigned, enter the number and press the [CHARGE] key now. If not, continue with Step #2.
2. Type [7]
3. Enter either [0] or [1] [0] disables the feature; [1] activates the feature.
4. Press the [RA/Euro] key to finish.
Print the Currencies to Be Printed:
1. If needed, enter the program mode: Move the Control Switch to the "PRG" position. If a security code has been
assigned, enter the number and press the [CHARGE] key now. If not, continue with Step #2.
2. Type [9]
3. Enter either [0] or [1] [0] print both currencies; [1] print only tendered currency.
4. Press the [RA/Euro] key to finish.
Establish the Local/Euro Currency as Standard:
1. If needed, enter the program mode: Move the Control Switch to the "PRG" position. If a security code has been
assigned, enter the number and press the [CHARGE] key now. If not, continue with Step #2.
2. Type [10]
3. Enter either [0] or [1] [0] = Local; [1] Euro.
4. Press the [RA/Euro] key to finish.
Setting the Conversion Rates:
1. If needed, enter the program mode: Move the Control Switch to the "PRG" position. If a security code has been
assigned, enter the number and press the [CHARGE] key now. If not, continue with Step #2.
2. Type [0 - 8] 0-8 is the number of decimal places for the local currency
3. Type [ 0-8] 0-8 is the number of decimal places for the Euro currency
4. Type [0.00000001 - 999999] this is the rate of conversion. See example below.
5. Press the [VOID] key to finish.
In the above step you establish the rate of the local currency and the rate of the converted currency. For instance, for use
along US/Canadian borders, the local currency is US dollars (USD) and the converted currency is Canadian dollars (CND); the
conversion rate might be 1 USD = 1.5 CND. To program this example, enter:
1 (for USD) 2 (for CND) 000015 (for conversion rate) [VOID]
HF
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.isted below is a recap of all programs set according to the e3amples used in this section*

Pro!ram/"xampl e Type/Press Sample $eceipt
S;" C<:"R<. SW="C( "< I-R>I
S;" 72";* M2RC( A& 1, 4!H!A,6 P L K9:SM !HQ!AQ,
15QH!
S;" "=M;* H*H! -M 415H!6 P LJ"@9"=M;M 5Q!! C$
!!1 CB
S;" $C R2";* 5C 45!!6 P L$CM 1 !Q!! "D
!!!
2SS=>: "2D S"2"/S* F !Q!!
7;-" 1 $ "2D28.; 4!6 P 4!16 P LC(;CBM P 4!6 P L7;-2R"M;:" 1M !Q!1 "D
7;-" F $ :< "2D 4!6 P 4!!6 P LC(;CBM P 4!6 P L7;-2R"M;:" FM 55Q!! "D
AAQ0, C(
S;" G=D;7 "2D* 5.5C 455!!6 P L2M" ";:79"<"2.M
2SS=>: 2 S;C/R="@ C<7;* AA0, 4AA0,6 P LC(2R>;M
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"he e3amples in this section show how to complete different type of transactions. Sample receipts are
included that reflect the program e3amples used in setting T0" $"-&ST"$ P$*-$A1S .
SA1PL" $"C"&PT
"he following sample shows where general transaction informati on is printed on a receipt and what program
options must be set to print the appropriate options. 4See T0" $"-&ST"$ P$*-$A1S for specific
instructions6.
________________________
_ _
_ 0&0)9* ____________ Date +see Setting the Date,
_ 1 1000 TX ________ Taxa#le Department +see Assigning a Department Tax Status,
_ $ $000 _
_ &000 -T _
_ 0'' TX ________ Tax +see Setting a Tax Rate,
_ '000 ./ ___ _
_ 19(' .0 ________ .han1e .omputation
_ _
2epresents "P3" _____'%&' 010 ____________ .onseuti4e 5um#er +inrements automatiall6 for eah
_ _ _ transation" 2esets to "000" after printin1 "7"
________________________ mana1ement report,
Time +see Setting the Time, __
T$A,SACT&*, S/1)*LS
"he following symbols appear on the paper tape. "hey are printed to the right of entries to identify #arious
totals and transaction operations. Some of these symbols also appear on the management report. "hey
include*
C2 $ Cash "ransaction "otal
C( $ Charge "ransaction "otal
C2 $ 2mount "endered
S" $ Subtotal& ;3cluding "a3
C> $ Change
C $ -ercent 7iscount 2pplied "o 2n =tem <r Sale
$ $ Coupon 9 7iscount 9 Refund <r 5oid
D $ Juantity 8eing Multiplied
S $ =tem -rice 8eing Multiplied
57 $ 5oided -re#ious ;ntry
RG $ Refund <r Return 4Management Report <nly6
K $ =dentification :umber
:S $ :o Sale Receipt
C. $ Cler%
"S $ "a3 shift
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STA,DA$D T$A,SACT&*,S
$e!isterin! a Sin!le &tem Sale an@ Ten@erin! C#an!e
:<";* /p to A digits can be used for the amount of the entry.
"xample> Register a O1.!! item in 7epartment 1 4programmed at 5.5C fi3ed ta3 rate6. Subtotal transaction
and compute change for O5.!!.

1. C'77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D 1 1Q!! "D
1Q!! S"
F. CSU)T*TALD !Q!? "D
5Q!! 2"
H. C477D P CAmt Ten@/T*TALD HQ0 C>
Q5$H5 !1!
$e!isterin! a Sale to 1ultiple &tems
:<";* /p to two digits can be used for the quanti ty multiplied.
"xample> Multipl y two items times O1.5! to
7epartment 1.
1. C(D P C8T//T& 1"D P C'47D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D FQ D
1Q5! S
F. CSU)T*TALD 1 HQ!! "D
HQ!! S"
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q1A "D
HQ1A C2
Q5$H? !11
$e!isterin! a C#ar!e Transaction
:<";* Charge transactions are counted and registered to the charge total in the financial report.
"xample> Register a OF.5! item to 7epartment 1
and a OH.!! item to 7epartment F as a charge transaction.
1. C(47D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D !HQ!AQ,
F. C277D P CD"PA$T1",T (D 1 FQ5! "D
F HQ!!
H. CC0A$-"D !Q10 "D
5Q?0 C(
Q5$HA !1F
H5
H?
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Usin! Split Ten@erin!
"xample> Register a O1!.!! item and a O15.!!
item to 7epartment FN split the total between OF!.!! cash and O5.!! charge.
1. C'777D P CD"PA$T1",T (D F 1!Q!!
F 15Q!!
F. C'477D P CD"PA$T1",T (D F5Q!! S"
F!Q!! C2
H. CSU)T*TALD 5Q!! C(
Q5$H, !1H
0. C(777D P CAmt Ten@/T*TALD P CC0A$-"D
1&,US :% ; 3"/ T$A,SACT&*,S
$e!isterin! a C% D $e@uction>
:<";* /p to A digits can be used for the amount of the reduction.
"xample> Register a 1!T reduction 4coupon6 on a
OF.!! item to 7epartment F.
1. C(77D P CD"PA$T1",T (D F FQ!!
$!Q1!
F. C'7D P C$e/% D 1Q! C2
Q5$H !10
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD
HA
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P"$C",T D&SC*U,T :% E; T$A,SACT&*,S
Discountin! C% ED &n@ivi@ual &tems
:<";* /p to four digits can be used for the discount percentage 4!$.C6. @ou 1UST enter two digits after
the decimal position.
"xample> Register a 1!C discount to a
transaction.
1. C'77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D 1 1Q!! "D
1!Q!! C
F. C'777D P C% ED $!Q1! $
Q! S"
H. CSU)T*TALD !Q!5 "D
!Q5 C2
0. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q5$0! !1?
Usin! a Preset Discount :% E; *n T#e Total Sale>
"xample> Register the preset percent discount
45C6 to an entire transaction.
1. C'77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D 1 1Q!! "D
1 FQ!! "D
F. C(77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D HQ!! S"
5Q!! C
H. CSU)T*TALD $!Q15 $
!Q1? "D
0. C% ED HQ!1 C2
Q5$01 !1A
5. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD
Usin! a Preset Discount :% E; on &n@ivi@ual &tems>
"xample> Register the preset percent discount
45C6 on a OH.!! item to 7epartment F.
1. C277D P CD"PA$T1",T (D F HQ!!
5Q!! C
F. C% ED $!Q15 $
FQ,5 C2
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q5$0F !1
*verri@in! t#e Preset Discount :% ED>
"xample> Register a 15C discount 4to o#erride
preset 5CM on a O1!.!! item to 7epartment F. :<";* @ou 1UST enter two digits after the decimal
position.
Q1Q
1. C'777D P CD"PA$T1",T (D F 1!Q!!
15Q!! C
H,
F. C'477D P C% ED $1Q5! $
,Q5! C2
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q5$0H !F!
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PLU C*D"S
:ote* -./ Codes must be preset to use this feature. See "he Register -rograms to assign -./ information.
Usin! a +ixe@ PLU Price>
"xample> Register -./ K1 programmed at the preset price of O1.5!*
1. C'D P CPLUD !1 1Q5! "D
1Q5! S"
F. CSU)T*TALD !Q!, "D
1Q5, C2
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q5$H! !H?
Usin! an *pen PLU Price :Sub% @epart ment ;>
"xample> Register the price of OF.!! in -./ KH*
1. C2D P CPLUD !H FQ!! "D
FQ!! S"
F. C(77D P CPLUD !Q1! "D
FQ1! C2
H. CSU)T*TALD P CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q5$H! !HA
Usin! an *pen PLU Price :Sub% @epart ment ; Ait# a Preset Price>
"xample> Register -./ KH programmed with the preset price of O1!.!!*
1. C2D P CPLUD
!H1!Q!! "D
F. CPLUD 1!Q!! S"
!Q5! "D
H. CSU)T*TALD P CAmt Ten@/T*TALD 1!Q5! C2
Q5$H! !H,
0!
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<*&DS A,D $"+U,DS
<oi@in! t#e Previous "ntry in t#e 1i@@le o a Sale>
"xample> 5oid a OF.!! entry to 7epartment F
made in error. "hen register a OH.!! item in 7epartment F.
1. C(77D P CD"PA$T1",T (D
F FQ!! "D
F. C<*&DD F $FQ!! 57
F HQ!!
H. C277D P CD"PA$T1",T (D HQ!! C2
0. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD
:<";* "o #oid an earlier entry or entire transaction& complete the transaction then follow the directions for a
#oid.
<oi@in! a Sin!le &tem>
"xample> 5oid a O1.!! item in 7epartment 1.
1. C<*&DD 1 $1Q!! 57
$!Q!? "D
F. C'77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D $1Q!? C2
Q5$05 !FH
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD
<oi@in! 1ultiple &tems>
"xample> 5oid a O1.!! item in 7epartment 1 and
a OF.!! item in 7epartment F.
1. C<*&DD
F. C'77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D 1 $1Q!! 57
F $FQ!! 57
H. C<*&DD $!Q!5 "D
$HQ!5 C2
0. C(77D P CD"PA$T1",T (D Q0$FH !F1
5. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD
01
0F
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$"+U,DS
$eun@ a Sin!le &tem>
"xample> Refund a O1.!! item in 7epartment 1.
1. C$e/% D
1 $1Q!! "D
F. :'77; P CD"PT 'D $!Q!5 "D
$1Q!5 C2
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q0$H1 !FH
$eun@ 1ultiple &tems>
"xample> Refund a O1.!! item in 7epartment 1
and a OF.!! item in 7epartment F.
1. C$e/% D
F. :'77; P CD"PT 'D
1 $1Q!! "D
H. C$e/% D F $FQ!!
$!Q!5 "D
0. :(77; P CD"PT (D $HQ!5 C2
Q0$H1 !F0
5. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD
"xample> Refund H items at O1.!! in 7epartment
1.
1. C$e/% D
HQ D
F. :2; P C8T//T& 1"D 1Q!! S
1 $HQ!! "D
H. :'77; P CD"PT 'D $!Q1A "D
$HQ1A C2
0. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD QH$05 !15
0H
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TA9 *<"$$&D" T$A,SACT&*,S
"xemptin! Tax on an &tem>
,*T"> Use t#is proce@ure to exempt an item rom bein! taxe@ A#en re!istere@ to a taxable
@epart ment .
"xample> ;3empt ta3 from a OF.!! item to
7epartment 1 4preset at 5.5C fi3ed ta3 rate $ 16.
1. CTA9 S0&+TD P C(77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D 1 FQ!!
1Q!! "D
F. C'77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D !Q!? "D
HQ!? C2
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q5$05 !F0
"xemptin! Tax on an "ntire Sale>
"xample> ;3empt ta3 on the entire sale
registered to 7epartment 1 4preset at 5.5C fi3ed ta3 rate6.
1. C277D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D
F. C477D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D 1 HQ!! "D
1 5Q!! "D
H. CTA9 S0&+TD ,Q!! C2
Q5$05 !F5
0. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD
A@@in! Tax to a ,on Taxe@ Department>
"xample> 2dd the "D 1 preset rate 45.5C fi3ed
ta3 rate6 to a O1.!! item registered to 7epartment F 4preset as non ta3able6.
1. CTA9 S0&+TD P C'77D P CD"PA$T1",T (D F 1Q!! "D
!Q!? "D
F. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD 1Q!? C2
Q5$0? !F?
05
0?
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*T0"$ T$A,SACT&*,S
$e!isterin! 1oney $eceive@ *n Account>
"xample> Register O1!.!! recei#ed on account.
1!Q!! R2
1. C'777D P C$AD
Q5$0? !FA
Payin! 1oney *ut>
"xample> -ay out O5.!!.
$5Q!! -<
1. C477D P CP*D
Q5$0? !F,
$e!isterin! an &@entiication ,umber>
:<";* /p to A digits can be used for the identification number. "his entry can be made prior to any
operation. "he K identification is not added to the management report or totals.
"xample> 2ssign the =7 number I1FH05I to a
transaction.
1. C'(244D P CF/ ,SD 1FH05 K
1Q!! "D
F. C'77D P CD"PA$T1",T 'D !Q!? "D
1Q!? C2
H. CAmt Ten@/T*TALD Q5$0A !F
$e!isterin! a ,o Sale>
:<";* "his operation simpl y prints a no sale receipt. 2n acti#i ty is registered to the acti#ity counter in the
management report.
:S
1. L K9:SM Q5$0, !H!
0A
B9B A,D BHB SAL"S 1A,A-"1",T $"P*$TS
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"ransaction data is maintai ned in the memory of the cash register as long as the battery bac%$ up system is in
effect. "his data can be printed as a report for management re#iew.
"he Management Report can be printed from either the IDI or the IEI position on the Control Switch.
B9B P*S&T&*, $"P*$T 4Refers to a mid$ day reading6
"he IDI position report prints the accumulated informati on and R;"2=:S 2.. "<"2.S =: M;M<R@. /se this
position to print periodic readings of transaction information. 4Some users call the D$report a mid$ day report6.
BHB P*S&T&*, $"P*$T 4Refers to an end$ of$day or close$ out reading6
"he IEI position report prints the same information as the IDI report. (owe#er& once this report is printed& 2..
"R2:S2C"=<: "<"2.S 2R; R;S;" "< E;R< e3cept the grand total. 4Some users call the E$report an end$ of$
day report6.
:<";* "o pre#ent accidental printi ng of the IEI report& set the security code as e3plained in the S;C/R="@
C<7; section. <nce this code is set& a IEI report will not print until the security code is entered. =f a IEI report
is attempted without entering the security code& the prompt IS;C CodeI will appear in the display.
P$&,T&,- T0" SAL"S $"P*$T
=M-<R"2:"* <nce a IEI reading is ta%en& it cannot be duplicated& so be sure to ha#e plenty of paper in the
register.
1. Set the Control Switch to either the B9B or BHB position.
F. -ress the CAmt Ten@/T*TALD %ey.
:<";* =f a security code has been assigned& be sure to enter the security code before pressing the L2mt
"end9"<"2.M %ey.
T* CL"A$ T0" -$A,D T*TAL>
1. Set the Control Switch to the BP$-B 4-rogram Mode6 position.
:ote* =f a security code has been assigned& enter the K and press the LC(2R>;M %ey.
=f not& continue with Step F.

F. "ype C(D & type C7D & then press C$AD .

Ater t#is operation? t#e !ran@ total reverts to Kero.
0,
SA1PL" 1A,A-"1",T $"P*$T
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"he Management Report pro#ides the following information as shown in the sample below*

___________________________
_ _
D/T8 _____________ 11$09* _
_ _
7 .9U5T82 __________________ 00$ 7 _
/.T:;:T< .9U5T82 __________________ 00' _
_ 1 1000 TX _______ D8P/2T385T -/L8- T9T/L
_ 00& _
_ $ &*00 TX _
_ 001 _
_ & $&' _
_ 001 _
_ ( )*9 _
_ 001 _
_ ' '$0 _
_ 001 _
_ = =$0 _
_ 00( _
_ ) 1=*0 _
_ 00$ _
_ * 1'*0 _
_ 0(( TX _______ T/X T9T/L
_ %$00 % _________ 3:5U- +%, T9T/L
_ %1$0 %> _______ %> T9T/L
_ 99(* -T _______ 58T -/L8- T9T/L
_ 000 %% _________ 28?U5D -/L8- T9T/L
_ 000 ;D _______ ;9:D -/L8- T9T/L
_ 10$=* #-T _______ 029-- -/L8- T9T/L
./-@ -/L8- .9U5T82 __________________ 00& _
_ =1(* ./ _______ ./-@ -/L8- T9T/L
.@8.A -/L8- .9U5T82 __________________ 00( _
_ =00 .A _______ .@8.A -/L8- T9T/L
.@/208 -/L8- .9U5T82 __________________ 001 _
_ &$00 .@ _______ .@/208 -/L8- T9T/L
28.8:;8D 95 /..9U5T .9U5T82 __________________ 001 _
_ '00 2/ _______ 28.BD 95 /..9U5T T9T/L
P/:D 9UT .9U5T82 __________________ 001 _
_ %(00 P9 _______ P/:D 9UT T9T/L
_ =$(* #./ _______ ./-@%:5%D2/C82 T9T/L
_ =00 #.A _______ .@8.A%:5DD2/C82 T9T/L
_ 99(* ____________ 02/5D T9T/L
_ 1&%19 0$= _
_ _
___________________________
0
)ALA,C&,- +*$1ULAS
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"he following e3amples illustrate how totals are calculated for the management reports*
System )alance>

4P6 7;-2R"M;:" 1
4P6 7;-2R"M;:" F
4P6 7;-2R"M;:" H
4P6 7;-2R"M;:" 0
4P6 7;-2R"M;:" 5
4P6 7;-2R"M;:" ?
4P6 7;-2R"M;:" A
4P6 7;-2R"M;:" ,
4 $ 6 M=:/S "<"2.
4 $ 6 $C "<"2.
4P6 "2D "<"2.

4R6 :;" S2.;S
4P6 :;" S2.;S
4P6 M=:/S S2.;S
4P6 $C "<"2.
4P6 R;"/R: "<"2.
4P6 5<=7 "<"2.

4R6 >R<SS S2.;S
4P6 :;" S2.;S
4P6 -R;5=</S >R2:7 "<"2.

4R6 ;:7=:> >R2:7 "<"2.
1e@ia )alance>
4P6 :;" S2.;S
4 $ 6 C(;CB
4 $ 6 C(2R>;
4P6 R;C;=5;7 <: 2CC</:"
4 $ 6 -2=7 </"
4 $ 6 -2@M;:"S </"

4R6 C2S( =: 7R2W;R
5!
PLU $"P*$T
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-./ Reports can be ta%en in either the D or E position. Remember& if the -./ Report is ta%en in the E position&
the total will be reset to 'ero.
1. Mo#e the Control Switch to the B9B or BHB position as desired.
F. =f a security code has been assigned& enter the security code and press the CC0A$-"D %ey. =f no
security code has been programmed& continue with Step KH.
H. -ress the CPLUD %ey.
0. "he -./ Report will print.
___________________________
_ _
D/T8 _________ 11$09* _
_ _
_ 00$ 7 _
PLU 5U3E82 ________ 01 _
_ 001 ______________ -/L8- .9U5T82
_ 100 ______________ -/L8- T9T/L
_ 0$ _
_ 00$ _
_ (00 _
_ '00 T/ _________ /LL PLU -/L8- T9T/L
_ _
_ 1&%19 0$= _
___________________________
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T$*U)L"S0**T&,-
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=n case of operational difficul ty*
1. 8e sure the unit is plugged into a wor%ing electrical outlet and no other electrical de#ice is using the
same power source. 2nother electrical motor on the same circuit could cause interference with register
operations.
F. Chec% that the Control Switch is set to the proper position.
H. Re#iew the operating instructions to be sure the transactions ha#e been performed as described in this
instruction manual.
0. =f you are in the -rogram 4-R>6 or IEI modes and the error tone sounds and the prompt IS;C CodeI
appears in the display& this means a manager) s security code was programmed. See page F5 for further
informati on.
5. =f the register still does not function& use the Gull System Clear -rocedure*
C2/"=<:* "he Gull System Clear -rocedure erases all transaction data 2:7 all programs from the
memory.
2. "urn the side switch to the I<ffI position.
8. Remo#e the top battery and unplug the register for at least F! minutes. 48atteries are located in the
journal compartment.6
C. -lug the register bac% in and replace the battery.
7. Reprogram the register.
?. =f you cannot resol#e your difficulty using the pre#ious four steps& feel free to call the Royal Customer
Ser#ice at 1$,!!$ FAF$ ?FF 4in Canada call 1$,,,$ F??$ H,!6.
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TA9 S/ST"1 P$"S"T
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=n addition to the /S2 ta3 mode of 277$<: "2D which is the standard factory setting for this register& two
other ta3 systems are a#ailable as follows*
1. Cana@ian Tax System $ Special ta3 programmi ng for the ta3ation system in Canada.
F. <AT :<alue A@@e@ Tax; $ which means that the ta3 amount is included in the price of the item. "his ta3
system is most commonl y used in ;uropean countries.
"he ta3 system is set as follows*
Tax Status ,umber
7efault R ! /S2 "a3 Mode $ Standard Setting for /.S. ta3
1 Canadian "a3 Mode
F 52" "a3 Mode $ Commonl y used in ;uropean Countries
BP$-B J C2D J CTax Status ,umberD J C$AD
1 digit K
1. ;nter the -rogram Mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the BP$-B position. =f a security code has been
assigned& enter the K and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with Step KF.
F. "ype C2D & then type the setting number for the ta3 system desired* 7 L USA TaxM ' L Cana@ian TaxM (
L <AT Tax.
Gor /S2 ta3 programmi ng& please see -age F1. Gor 52" ta3 programmi ng& please see -age 0H. Gor Canadian
ta3& see -age 00.
Tax Status ,umber Con@ition
!! :on$ "a3able
!1 "a3able by "a3 1
!F "a3able by "a3 F
!H "a3able by "a3 H
!0 "a3able by "a3 0
!5 "a3able by "a3 1 and "a3 F
!? "a3able by "a3 1 and "a3 H
!A "a3able by "a3 1 and "a3 0
!, "a3able by "a3 F and "a3 H
! "a3able by "a3 F and "a3 0
1! "a3able by "a3 H and "a3 0
11 "a3able by "a3 1& "a3 F and "a3 H
1F "a3able by "a3 1& "a3 F and "a3 0
1H "a3able by "a3 1& "a3 H and "a3 0
10 "a3able by "a3 F& "a3 H and "a3 0
15 "a3able by "a3 1& "a3 F& "a3 H and "a3 0
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<AT TA9 S/ST"1
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"he 52" ta3 system& which stands for 5alue 2dded "a3& is most commonl y used in ;uropean Countries. With
52" ta3& the ta3 amount is already included in the price of the item& yet the ta3 amount will print on the receipt.
/p to 0 52" ta3 rates can be programmed.
"o choose the 52" "a3 System& please complete the following*
a. ;nter the -rogram Mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the BP$-B position. =f a security code
has been assigned& enter the K and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with
Step K1.
Step '* "ype C2D & type C(D & then press the C$AD %ey.
Step (* -rogram the 52" "a3 Rate as follows*
CTA9 FD J CTA9 S0&+TD J CTA9 $AT"D J CA1T T",D/T*TALD
1$0 ! $ .C
"xample> Pro!ram a <AT Tax ' rate as '4E>
1. =f needed& enter the -rogram Mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the BP$-B position. =f a security code has
been assigned& enter the K and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with Step KF.
F. "ype C'D & press CTA9 S0&+TD & type the ta3 rate as C'4777D & then press CAmt Ten@/T*TALD .
5?
CA,AD&A, TA9 S/ST"1
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"o choose the Canadian "a3 System& please complete the following*
1. ;nter the -rogram Mode* Mo#e the Control Switch to the BP$-B position. =f a security code has been
assigned& enter the K and press the CC0A$-"D %ey now. =f not& continue with Step F.
F. "ype C2D & type C'D & then press the C$AD %ey.
H. -rogram the "a3 Rate as follows*
TA9 F J CTA9 S0&+TD J C:,*,% TA9A)L" L&1&T P$&C"N; J :$"+/% ;D J CTA9 $AT"D J CA1T T",D/T*TALD
1$0 Ma3imum ? 7igits ! $ .C
U "he non$ ta3able limit is used in certain areas where ta3 is e3empted below a certain amount& for e3ample&
any amount below O0.!!U is e3empt from -S" ta3. =f there is no non$ ta3able limit& simpl y s%ip this step in
brac%ets in the procedure abo#e.
CA,AD&A, TA9 % 1"T0*D
F'
>S" "a3* AC
-S" "a3* ,C
>S"9-S" "a3* 8oth AC and ,C calculated on the net amount
1. -rogram "a3 1 as AC*
C'D J CTA9 S0&+TD J C6777D J CA1T T",D/T*TALD
F. -rogram "a3 F as ,C*
C(D J CTA9 S0&+TD J C8777D J CA1T T",D/T*TALD
H. .in% "a3 1 4AC >S"6 to the desired 7epartment %ey*
C77'D J CC0"C3D J 7 J CD"PA$T1",T 3"/D
0. .in% "a3 F 4,C -S"6 to the desired 7epartment %ey*
C77(D J CC0"C3D J 7 J CD"PA$T1",T 3"/D
5. .in% both "a3 1 4AC >S"6 and "a3 F 4,C -S"6 to the desired 7epartment %ey*
C774D J CC0"C3D J 7 J CD"PA$T1",T 3"/D
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CA,AD&A, TA9 S/ST"1
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CA,AD&A, TA9 % 1"T0*D
(
>S" "a3* AC
-S" "a3* ,C
>S"9-S" "a3* 8oth AC and ,C calculated as ta3 on ta3 4piggybac% calculation6
Gor the Canadian ta3 system of "2D on "2D*
"ype C4D & type C'D & then press the C$AD %ey.
1. -rogram "a3 1 as AC*
C'D J CTA9 S0&+TD J C6777D J CA1T T",D/T*TALD
F. -rogram "a3 F as ,C*
C(D J CTA9 S0&+TD J C8777D J CA1T T",D/T*TALD
H. -rogram "a3 H as ,C*
C2D J CTA9 S0&+TD J C8777D J CA1T T",D/T*TALD
0. .in% "a3 1 4AC >S"6 to the desired 7epartment %ey*
C77'D J CC0"C3D J 7 J CD"PA$T1",T 3"/D
5. .in% "a3 H 4,C -S"6 to the desired 7epartment %ey*
C772D J CC0"C3D J 7 J CD"PA$T1",T 3"/D
?. .in% both "a3 1 4>S"6 and "a3 F 4-S"6 to the desired 7epartment %ey*
C774D J CC0"C3D J 7 J CD"PA$T1",T 3"/D
A. -rogram for ta3 on ta3 calculation 4piggybac%6*
C9D J C'D J C$AD
For customer assistance in Canada, please call 1-888- !!- "#8$ or in the %.&. call 1-"$8- '"- '#().
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ACC"SS*$&"S *$D"$ +*$1
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Description
Part
,umber
-rotecti#e Beytop Co#er !1HF1A
Replacement Cash 7rawer 40$slot bill 9 0$slot coin6 7S"5$0902
7uplicate Cash 7rawer91ournal .oc% Bey Set 4set of F %eys6 1!0!!FF
Replacement 1ournal -aper Roll Spindle 1!5!!15
=n% Rolls 4F per pac%age6 !1H1!
Single -ly Register "ape 4H$roll pac%age6 !1H1F
<wner)s Manual
4Shipping V (andling is not required when ordering this item
only6
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Use t#is orm *,L/ to purc#ase t#e *ptional "xten@e@ 5arranty. T#is orm is not a pro@uct
re!istrati on car@. T#is oer expires 97
@ays ater t#e @ate o purc#ase.
@our R<@2. ;lectronic Cash Register is built to the highest product standards& bac%ed by our regular limited warranty. (owe#er& you may
purchase an e3tension of the labor portion of the regular R<@2. limited warranty*
$"-ULA$ 5A$$A,T/ "9T",D"D 5A$$A,T/
.28<R H Months 1F Months
-2R"S 1F Months 1F Months
<wner* -hone :umber*
2ddress*
City* State* Eip*
7ate of -urchase* -lace of -urchase*
City* State* Eip*
Royal Model :umber* Serial :umber*
&1P*$TA,T> We cannot process your optional warranty form unless you include 416 a copy of your sales receipt or bill of sale showing
original purchase dateN and 4F6 a chec% or money order for the appropriate amount.
"he warranty periods stated herein commence on the date of purchase of the equipment.
"o apply for the Royal ;3tended Warranty -rogram& follow the procedures listed below*
1. 7etermine the cost of the warranty program that you choose.
1*D"L "9T",D"D
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F. Complete the ;3tended Warranty Registration Gorm abo#e.
H. 2ttach your chec% or money order& along with a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of purchase. 4Sa#e your original sales
receipt to document proof of purchase6.
0. Mail to* $*/AL Consumer Pro@ucts? &nc. 269 Campus Drive? Somerset? ,G 78864
2"":* W2RR2:"@ 27M=:=S"R2"<R
@ou will be sent a self$stic% label to affi3 to your cash register. "his label will enable you to obtain ser#ice on your cash register AT ,*
C0A$-" from any authori'ed Ser#ice Center or the Royal Corporate Ser#ice Center for 2 G/.. 1F M<:"(S from your original date of
purchase. "o obtain information about your nearest authori'ed ser#ice center& call 1$,,,$ F?1$ H,,, or !,$ 0F$ 0H5A.
Whether or not you select this Warranty ;3tension <ption& your regular limited warranty will still be honored& -R<5=7;7 @</ (25; @</R
<R=>=:2. S2.;S R;C;=-".
"his offer is #alid only on cash registers purchased& deli#ered& and ordered in the /nited States and Canada.
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$*/AL "L"CT$*,&C CAS0 $"-&ST"$ L&1&T"D 5A$$A,T/
R<@2. Consumer =nformati on -roducts& =nc. 4Royal6 at HA Campus 7ri#e& Somerset& :1 !,,A5
warrants that your :;W Royal Cash Management System is free of defects of wor%manship and
materials. =f there is a defect or malfunction of this cash register& Royal will repair the cash register
free of charge as follows*
-2R"S* :ew or comparable rebuil t parts in e3change for defecti #e parts for <:; @;2R from the
date of purchase.
.28<R* 2ll labor charges incurred for ! 72@S are co#ered from the date of purchase. Cash
register must be sent postage prepaid and insured to Royal. Royal will pay return postage during
labor warranty period only.
"his warranty does not apply to persons who purchase this product second hand or used.
"his warranty does not include adjustments& parts& or repairs required by circumstances beyond the
control of Royal& including but not limited to fire or other casualty& accident& neglect& abuse&
abnormal use& or battery lea%age damages. "(;R; 2R; :< <"(;R ;D-R;SS;7 W2RR2:"=;S
;DC;-" 2S S"2";7 (;R;=:. 2G";R "(; -;R=<7 <G ;D-R;SS;7 W2RR2:"@ S;" G<R"( (;R;=:&
"(;R; 2R; :< ;D-R;SS;7 <R =M-.=;7 W2RR2:"=;S 2:7 "(<S; ;DC./7;7 =:C./7; "(<S; <G
M;RC(2:"28=.="@ 2:7 G=":;SS G<R 2 -2R"=C/.2R -/R-<S;. Royal shall :<" be liable for
C<:S;J/;:"=2. 72M2>;S resulting from any failure& defect& or malfunction of this cash register.
Some states do not allow limitati ons on how long an implied warranty lasts and some states do not
allow the e3clusion or limi tati on of incidental or consequenti al damages& so the abo#e limitations or
e3clusions may not apply to you.
"< <8"2=: S;R5=C; /:7;R "(; ";RMS <G "(=S W2RR2:"@*
+ -ac% your cash register in the original carton or equi#alent.
+ ;nclose a copy of the bill of sale or other documentati on showing original purchase date.
+ ;nclose a card or note describing the difficul ty you ha#e had with the cash register.
8e sure to include your complete name and address.
+ Mail the abo#e prepaid and insured to the nearest authori'ed ser#ice location. "he Ser#ice
Center cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage in transit.
Gor 2uthori'ed Ser#ice Centers within your local area& please call AHF$ 5?H$ 00 or toll free 1$,,,$
F?1$ H,,,.
-lease retain proof of purchase to establish date of original purchase.
@our warranty starts with the date of original purchase. "his warranty gi#es you specific legal rights&
and you may also ha#e other rights which #ary from State to State.
+ "his warranty is #alid only on cash registers purchased& deli#ered and used in the /nited States
and Canada.






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2ppendi3 1 CALCULAT&,- STAT" TA9 TA)L" C*D"S
B"9A1PL" TA9 C0A$T B
STEP CF 8nter the #ase
tax amount +the minimum
point Ghere no tax is STEP A
har1ed, folloGed #6 the
5um#er "1"" Then press -/L8 /39U5T
the [TAX SHIFT) ke6" HIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ T/X
STEP B K from to K/39U5T
STEP DF 8nter the = LIIIIIIMIIIIIINIIIIIIJ
di1it num#er +see Pa1e Ereakpoints K 0 K 1$ K 0 K
::%#, +i"e" (> D $(009=," HIIIIIIJ LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
HIO 1& LIIIIIO 1& K &1 K 1 K
STEP EF 8nter the K LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
indi4idual ":rre1ular" K K 19 LIIIIIO &$ K '( K $ K
#reakpoint pattern" K LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
Press the [TAX SHIFT) ke6 K K $& LIIIIIO '' K *1 K & K
after eah #reakpoint" HIIIIIIO LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
Plae the num#er "10" K K K $) LIIIIIO *$ K 10* K ( K
#efore the last ":rre1ular" K K LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
#reakpoint" K K K $) LIIIIIO 109 K 1&) K ' K
+1&P 19P $&P $)P $)P 10$9, IIIIIIIIIIIIQ K LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
RIO $9 LIIIIIO 1&* K 1=$ K = K
STEP FF 8nter the LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
indi4idual #reakpoints of HIO $' LIIIIIO 1=& K 1*) K ) K
the "2e1ular" #reakpoint K LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
pattern" Press the [TAX SHIFT) K K $' LIIIIIO 1** K $1$ K * K
ke6 after eah #reakpoint" HIIIIIIO LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
Plae the num#er "10" #efore K K K $' LIIIIIO $1& K $&) K 9 K
the last "2e1ular" #reakpoint" K K LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
+$'P $'P $'P 10$', IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ RIO $' LIIIIIO $&* K K 10 K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
STEP GF To summariSeP K LIIIIIO K K K
om#ine the -teps / throu1h LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
? and maintain the information K LIIIIIO K K K
for future use" LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
1$1 TT/X -@:?T, LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
$(009= TT/X -@:?T, K LIIIIIO K K K
1& TT/X -@:?T, LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
19 TT/X -@:?T, K LIIIIIO K K K
$& TT/X -@:?T, LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
$) TT/X -@:?T, K K K K K K
$) TT/X -@:?T, K K K K K K
10$9 TT/X -@:?T,
$' TT/X -@:?T,
$' TT/X -@:?T,
$' TT/X -@:?T,
10$' TT/X -@:?T,
,*T"> A total o =2 breakpoints can be pro!ramme@ on t#is cas# re!ister.
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CALCULAT&,- STAT" TA9 TA)L" C*D"S 2ppendi3 1
BT0" 5*$3S0""TB
Write down your results as you go.
STEP A

-T8P .F -/L8 /39U5T
HIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ T/X
STEP B K from to K/39U5T
-T8P DF LIIIIIIMIIIIIINIIIIIIJ
Ereakpoints K K K K
HIIIIIIJ LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
-T8P 8F K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
-T8P ?F K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
LIIIIIIO LIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIO
K LIIIIIO K K K
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