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PDF Content Summary: QT-6100 Touch Screen Smart Terminal ——————————————————————— Reference Manual Version 1.0 June 2008 c R-2Preface This manual is intended to be used as a reference to the QT-6100 system. It provides details to allow whole understanding of the system capabilities, its operation, and how it can be used to solve many problems within the retail outlet. This manual does not describe actual programming, which is covered in the QT-6100 programming manual. This manual consists of the following chapters: 1. Introduction This chapter describes the concepts of development of the QT-6100 system. 2. Hardware configuration This chapter outlines the hardware, optional devices and configurations of QT-6100 system. 3. Application systems This chapter outlines the application system and overviews the function provided for the QT-6100 system. 4. Manager operation This chapter explains the manager operations to use QT-6100 system. 5. Registrations This chapter explains actual registration operations with example. 6. Refund mode operation This chapter explains registrations in the RF or REG– mode. 7. Read and reset This chapter explains detail of the read and reset operations and reports. 8. Appendices These chapters show the record format and descriptions of individual files, total calculation method, meaning of error messages, etc. • System down and recovery (in the Installation and Down Recovery manual) This chapter explains actions to take and recovery methods when the system goes down. Note: Casio reserves the right to change equipment and specifications without obligation and notification. The terms used in this manual may be different from those used in other manuals of Casio’s product. Printing history Manual version Software version Version 1.0: June, 2008 First Edition: June, 2008 Version 1.0 Introduction The QT-6100 is a versatile intelligent terminal developed in accordance with the following concepts. 1) System concept Developing a high performance economical system by adopting the restaurant, bar, fast food system. – Shared check tracking The QT-6100 system has the capability of check tracking system. – Shared printer system All terminals can share remote printer(s). – Collection, consolidation, and auto-program functions The QT-6100 system is equipped with these functions by utilizing high-speed in-line data transfer system. – Versatile terminal With the QT-6100 system, any terminal has the same function, and can be designated as the master terminal by programming. 2) Software concept A flexible application system for development, adopting the following methods: – Function classified application system 3) Terminal hardware concept Color LCD with touch panel In addition to the above, the QT-6100 is also a terminal following characteristics: – Expandability The QT-6100 system can be connected to various peripheral devices (slip printer, modem, a personal computer, etc.) – Reliability The QT-6100 is provided with a self-diagnosis program so that the terminal can check the hardware. When a malfunction occurs during processing, an error report is logged into the system memory so that the error can quickly be corrected. R-3 QT-6100 Reference Manual Contents R-4To prevent malfunctions caused by the weak batteries, charge the memory protection batteries for over 12-hours before installation or after a longtime vacation (over 30 days). • Before installation, initialize the terminal and leave it turn on over 12-hours. • After a longtime vacation, initialize the terminal and restore the program data if the terminal is in malfunction, and leave it turn on over 12-hours. • Over 48-hours charging makes the batteries fully charged. 1. Hardware configuration ..................................................................... R-10 1-1. General configuration ............................................................................................ R-10 1-2. Hardware diagram ................................................................................................. R-11 1-3. Keyboard ............................................................................................................... R-12 1-4. Display................................................................................................................... R-13 1-5. Cash drawer .......................................................................................................... R-14 1-6. Input/output connectors......................................................................................... R-15 1-7. Optional peripherals .............................................................................................. R-16 1-8. System configuration............................................................................................. R-17 2. Application systems........................................................................... R-23 2-1. General description of application system ...................................... R-23 2-1-1. File concept ........................................................................................................... R-23 2-1-2. Linkage of totalizers .............................................................................................. R-24 2-1-3. Function keys ........................................................................................................ R-25 2-1-4. Keyboard layout..................................................................................................... R-25 2-1-5. Mode control ......................................................................................................... R-26 2-1-6. Operation prompt and error messages ................................................................. R-26 2-1-7. Printing control system .......................................................................................... R-26 2-2. General description of individual function keys ............................. R-29 2-2-1. System keys .......................................................................................................... R-29 2-2-2. Finalize keys.......................................................................................................... R-30 2-2-3. Transaction keys.................................................................................................... R-30 2-3. Remote printer control ....................................................................... R-38 2-3-1. Remote printer system configuration .................................................................... R-38 2-3-2. Remote printer control setting ............................................................................... R-39 2-3-3. Remote printer output control................................................................................ R-40 2-3-4. Remote printer backup processes ........................................................................ R-40 2-4. Check tracking system....................................................................... R-43 2-4-1. Shared check tracking system .............................................................................. R-43 2-4-2. Shared check tracking requirement....................................................................... R-44 2-4-3. Data backup when the master goes down ............................................................ R-44 2-5. Other check tracking system control ............................................... R-45 2-5-1. The timing to clear check detail and index file after finalization ............................ R-45 2-5-2. Table transfer......................................................................................................... R-45 2-5-3. Store and recall ..................................................................................................... R-45 2-6. Clerk control function ........................................................................ R-47 2-6-1. Clerk interrupt ....................................................................................................... R-47 2-6-2. Clerk detail memory .............................................................................................. R-48 2-6-3. Clerk training ......................................................................................................... R-48 2-6-4. Manager mode control .......................................................................................... R-48 R-5 QT-6100 Reference Manual Contents 2-7. Arrangement key function and scheduler........................................ R-50 2-7-1. Arrangement key function ..................................................................................... R-50 2-7-2. Arrangement program example............................................................................. R-54 2-7-3. Scheduled execution of arrangement key function................................................ R-54 2-8. Making graphic logo........................................................................... R-55 2-8-1. About graphic logo ................................................................................................ R-55 2-8-2. Making graphic logo procedure ............................................................................. R-55 2-9. Hourly item .......................................................................................... R-56 2-9-1. Programming necessary files before using hourly item function. .......................... R-56 2-10. Time and attendance .......................................................................... R-57 2-10-1. Corresponding relations of the file ........................................................................ R-58 2-10-2. Clock-in operation ................................................................................................. R-60 2-10-3. Clock-out operation ............................................................................................... R-63 2-11. Sign on control ................................................................................... R-65 2-11-1. Sign on .................................................................................................................. R-65 2-11-2. Solution to abnormality of master terminal............................................................ R-66 2-11-3. Solution to abnormality of satellite terminal .......................................................... R-66 2-11-4. Sign on compulsory .............................................................................................. R-66 2-12. IDC (Item Data Capture) ..................................................................... R-67 2-12-1. Available capturing items ...................................................................................... R-67 2-12-2. Set up the IDC start / end ..................................................................................... R-70 2-12-3. How to memorize the captured items.................................................................... R-71 2-12-4. IDC data file structure ........................................................................................... R-72 2-12-5. IDC data type ........................................................................................................ R-76 2-12-6. Transferring IDC .................................................................................................... R-77 2-13. Electronic journal ............................................................................... R-78 2-13-1. Storing electronic journal ...................................................................................... R-78 2-13-2. Issuing electronic journal report ............................................................................ R-78 2-13-3. Displaying electronic journal and producing guest receipts after sales................. R-78 2-13-4. Transferring electronic journal memory ................................................................. R-79 3. Manager operation ............................................................................. R-82 3-1. Machine initialization ......................................................................... R-82 3-1-1. INIT ....................................................................................................................... R-82 3-1-2. Flag clear .............................................................................................................. R-82 3-1-3. INIT 2 .................................................................................................................... R-83 3-1-4. INIT code............................................................................................................... R-83 3-2. IPL (Initial Program Loading) ............................................................ R-83 3-2-1. IPL ......................................................................................................................... R-83 3-2-2. System configuration before IPL operation ........................................................... R-84 3-2-3. IPL operation ......................................................................................................... R-85 R-6 3-3. Manager function................................................................................ R-86 3-3-1. System connection check ..................................................................................... R-86 3-3-2. Remote on............................................................................................................. R-87 3-3-3. Remote off............................................................................................................. R-87 3-3-4. Busy reset ............................................................................................................. R-88 3-3-5. Stock maintenance................................................................................................ R-89 3-3-6. Drawer for clerk ..................................................................................................... R-90 3-3-7. CHK# (Clerk interrupt)........................................................................................... R-90 3-3-8. Order ID change.................................................................................................... R-91 3-3-9. Error log print ........................................................................................................ R-92 3-3-10. System re-configuration ........................................................................................ R-93 3-3-11. Item Data Capture ................................................................................................. R-94 3-3-12. Euro change over .................................................................................................. R-95 3-3-13. Clerk window ......................................................................................................... R-96 3-3-14. Customer............................................................................................................... R-97 3-3-15. Customer busy reset ............................................................................................. R-98 3-3-16. Sound.................................................................................................................... R-98 3-3-17. Clerk number......................................................................................................... R-99 3-3-18. Operation monitor ................................................................................................. R-99 3-3-19. FTP client ........................................................................................................... R-99-1 3-4. System command execution ........................................................... R-100 3-4-1. X/Z reporting ....................................................................................................... R-100 3-4-2. X/Z collection / consolidation............................................................................... R-101 3-4-3. Remote power control ......................................................................................... R-102 3-5. Data Communication System .......................................................... R-103 3-5-1. Inline / online connectors .................................................................................... R-103 3-5-2. Hardware interface .............................................................................................. R-104 3-5-3. Inline / online functions........................................................................................ R-106 3-6. Collection/Consolidation system .................................................... R-107 3-6-1. X/Z collection....................................................................................................... R-109 3-6-2. X/Z consolidation................................................................................................. R-111 3-6-3. X/Z collection / consolidation............................................................................... R-113 3-7. Auto-programming function ............................................................ R-116 3-7-1. Auto-programming functions ................................................................................ R-116 3-7-2. Auto-program operation and CF card utilities ...................................................... R-117 4. Registrations ..................................................................................... R-122 4-1. Clerk sign on / off operation ................................................................................ R-122 4-2. Voiding the last registered item (<VOID> key operation) .................................... R-123 4-3. Voiding the previous registered item (<VOID> key operation)............................. R-124 4-4. Cancelling of all data registered during the transaction ...................................... R-124 4-5. Using the list function .......................................................................................... R-126 4-6. Using the set menu function and pulldown group function.................................. R-127 4-7. Post entry ............................................................................................................ R-130 4-8. Separate check ................................................................................................... R-131 R-7 QT-6100 Reference Manual Contents R-84-9. Open check ......................................................................................................... R-132 4-10. Split payment (Dutch account) ............................................................................ R-132 4-11. Media change...................................................................................................... R-133 4-12. Eat-in / Takeout ................................................................................................... R-134 4-13. Scanning PLU ..................................................................................................... R-134 4-14. Shift PLU ............................................................................................................. R-135 4-15. Printing barcode on receipts (UP-360) ................................................................ R-135 4-16. Round repeat function ......................................................................................... R-136 4-17. (future use) 4-18. Customer............................................................................................................. R-138 4-19. Table sharing ....................................................................................................... R-139 4-20. Order character change ...................................................................................... R-139 5. Refund mode operation ................................................................... R-142 5-1. Selecting REF or REG– mode ............................................................................ R-142 6. Read and reset operations .............................................................. R-144 6-1. The procedures of reading or resetting ............................................................... R-144 6-2. Report sample..................................................................................................... R-146 Appendix-1 Function key list ...................................................................... R-160 Appendix-2. File format ............................................................................... R-164 Appendix-3 Counter and Totalizer calculation method ............................ R-194 Index ............................................................................................................... R-206 1. Hardware configuration ......................................................................... R-10 1-1. General configuration.................................................................................... R-10 1-2. Hardware diagram ........................................................................................ R-11 1-3. Keyboard ....................................................................................................... R-12 1-4. Display .......................................................................................................... R-13 1-5. Cash drawer .................................................................................................. R-14 1-6. Input/output connectors ................................................................................ R-15 1-7. Optional peripherals ...................................................................................... R-16 1-8. System configuration .................................................................................... R-17 R-9 QT-6100 Reference Manual Hardware Configuration 1. Hardware configuration This section outlines the hardware, optional devices, and configurations of the QT-6100 system. 1-1. General configuration Front view Touch screen panel Display on/off key Pilot lamp i-Button key receiver (only for QT-6100-DLS) Stand Rear view Card slot cover Power switch cover Panel fixing screw Connector cover R-10 RAM Flash i-Button key i/f CPU Memory 16MB 32MB Drawer PNote: Shadowed device and dot line indicate option devices. 2 -BC-LRDrawer le bacP TU5 TACMODEM orPC Remote printer UP-360 supply Power AD31U/E Remote display QT-6060D B 8-/A8-BC-TRPC 8-BC-TRPSlip printer SP-1300 B C2606-TQr oB C1606-TQsupply Power R-11 QT-6100 Reference Manual 1-2. Hardware diagram Card slot cover n D eeCrLcr solh occut otody e0 k065 9x . 0 x0a8MQT-6011DLS (except for QT-6100-DLS) MCR QT-6046MCR f /i1 r ewarDf /i2 r ewarDe nilnI1 MOCC 232-SR2 MOCC 232-SR3 MOCC 232-SRCOM1/COM2/COM3 AC AdptorHUB Other terminals or PC CF card Hardware Configuration 1-3. Keyboard 1-3-1. Standard keyboard REG C01 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 31-10-04 12:34 PM 001234 PAGE UP PLU010 PLU020 PLU030 PLU040 PLU050 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 PLU009 PLU019 PLU029 PLU039 PLU049 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 HOME PLU008 PLU018 PLU028 PLU038 PLU048 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 12345678901234567890 •0.00 PAGE DOWN 1-3-2. Hard key code of keyboard PLU007 PLU006 PLU017 PLU016 PLU027 PLU026 PLU037 PLU036 PLU047 PLU046 ESC/ SKIP C X VOID YES NO PLU005 PLU015 PLU025 PLU035 PLU045 CLK4 7 8 9 MODE CLK# COVERS MENU PLU004 PLU014 PLU024 PLU034 PLU044 CLK3 4 5 6 #/NS FUNC LIST SEP CHK TBL TRANS PLU003 PLU013 PLU023 PLU033 PLU043 CLK2 1 2 3 SUBTOTAL FIN. LIST NB PLU002 PLU012 PLU022 PLU032 PLU042 CLK1 0 00 • CASH/AMT /TEND RECEIPT NEW/OLD CHK PLU001 PLU011 PLU021 PLU031 PLU041 • The keyboard layout is different by IPL. 045 055 065 075 085 095 044 054 064 074 084 094 043 053 063 073 083 093 042 052 062 072 082 092 041 051 061 071 081 091 005 010 015 020 025 030 035 040 050 060 070 080 090 (C) 004 009 014 019 024 029 034 039 049 059 069 079 089 (7) (8) (9) 003 008 013 018 023 028 033 038 048 058 068 078 088 (4) (5) (6) 002 007 012 017 022 027 032 037 047 057 067 077 087 (1) (2) (3) 001 006 011 016 021 026 031 036 046 056 066 076 086 (0) (00) (•) • In case of assigning a double or quadruple key, the key code of the key is shadowed part of the key. R-12 1-4. Display 1-4-1. Main display part 1 Main display part: Used for displaying numeric entries, registration, subtotal amount, etc. 2 Menu level display part: Used for displaying the current shift PLU, menu sheet and 2nd unit price level. REG C01 3 Keyboard part: Mainly 31-10-04 12:34 001234 used Shift for PLU1 2 keyboard Menu1 PAGE (sometimes 2nd@ it is used for pop-up window) UP HOME •0.00 YES NO MODE CLK# COVERS MENU #/NS SUBTOTAL NB RECEIPT 1-4-2. Main display part contents REG C01 01-01-01 12:34 001234 1 Spagetti •20.00 T1↑ 1 Spagetti •20.00 T1 7.5% %- -1.75 T1 1 Coffee •8.00 1 Hamburger •2.00 T1 15% %- -0.30 T1 1 Milk •2.00 2 Apple Juice •5.00 Spagetti 1 Coffee •20.00 •8.00 ↓ § ©a 12 •76.50 Status Icons • • Communication: Master/BM error: § ¶ • Cut off Master or BM: ß PLU010 PLU020 PLU030 PLU040 PLU050 PLU009 PLU019 PLU029 PLU039 PLU049 1 PLU008 PLU018 PLU028 PLU038 PLU048 PLU007 PLU017 PLU027 PLU037 PLU047 PAGE DOWN PLU006 PLU016 PLU026 PLU036 PLU046 ESC/ SKIP C X VOID PLU005 PLU015 PLU025 PLU035 PLU045 CLK4 7 8 9 CLK3 4 5 6 FUNC 3 LIST PLU004 PLU014 PLU024 PLU034 PLU044 SEP CHK TBL TRANS PLU003 PLU013 PLU023 PLU033 PLU043 CLK2 1 2 3 FIN. LIST PLU002 PLU012 PLU022 PLU032 PLU042 CLK1 0 00 • CASH/AMT /TEND NEW/OLD CHK PLU001 PLU011 PLU021 PLU031 PLU041 Mode Clerk Date Time Consecutive number • Receipt on: © • Character Double Standard shift: size: size: a π Scroll area Current transaction amount/change Items sold Total amount R-13 QT-6100 Reference Manual Hardware Configuration 1-4-3. Menu level display part contents SHIFT PLU 1 Menu shift 1 2nd@ Shift PLU level (1 ~ 8) Menu sheet (1 ~ 15) 2nd unit Price level (1 ~ 2) 1-4-4. Main display brightness control Dark Bright 1-5. Cash drawerIn case of connecting drawer, follow the procedure below. Connect the drawer. 1. Connect drawer connector (three color lead on drawer) to the terminal. 2. Connect frame drawer connector (green lead on drawer) to the terminal. Mount the cash register. 1. Screw in 2 fixing screws bottom side of the terminal. 2. Mount the terminal on the top of the drawer, ensuring that the feet on the bottom of the terminal go into the holes on the drawer. R-14 1-6. Input/output connectors Power switchMain power switch is located in the power switch cover. Power switch cover Input /output connectors Inline connector, COM port, and drawer cable are located in the bottom connector cover. DC IN PC/MODEM SCANNER DISPLAY DRW1 DRW2

COM1 COM2 COM3 Inline (10/100Base-T) Bottom side of the terminal From the AC adaptor LAN1 Drawer 2 Drawer 1 COM1 COM2 COM3

R-15 QT-6100 Reference Manual Hardware Configuration 1-7. Optional peripherals The following optional peripherals can be used by plugging them into the appropriate port. 1) Personal computer / MODEM: RS-232C COM 1 port 2) Scanner: RS-232C COM 2 port 3) Remote display (QT-6060D) : RS-232C COM 3 port 4) Remote printer (UP-360): RS-232C COM 1 ~ 3 port The remote printer is used for reports/kitchen orders/receipts. 5) Slip printer (SP-1300) : RS-232C COM 2 or 3 port SP-1300 can not be connected to COM 1 port. 6) Inline: Inline port You can use CAT5 UTP cable. 7) Drawer: drawer port 8) CF card: CF card slot (in the card slot cover) R-16 1-8. System configuration This section represents the system configuration of the QT-6100. The QT-6100 have three different system configurations, such as shared check tracking / floating clerk interrupt system, Inline collection / consolidation system and Online collection / consolidation system. Before detail explanation, we should define the words: 1) Check master: Check master is the master server of shared check tracking system and floating clerk interrupt system. This terminal has check index and detail files and controls them. 2) Check backup master: Check backup master is the backup server of shared check tracking system and floating clerk interrupt system. This terminal also has check index and detail files and update them at the same timing of master. When the check master goes down, the backup master plays the role of check master. 3) Check self master: Check self master has its check tracking system files and clerk interrupt files for itself. 4) Satellite: The terminal which is not assigned to 1) ~ 3) above. 5) Remote printer: Remote printer prints data sent from both its own terminal and other terminal of the system. 6) Local printer: Local printer prints data sent from its own terminal. 1-9-1. Shared check tracking system/floating clerk interrupt system Order Order PRN (1) PRN (2) Up to 6 remote printers Order Order Order Order PRN (1) PRN (2) PRN (1) PRN (2) inline Slip Up to 3 terminalsCHK/BM CHK/M R-17 QT-6100 Reference Manual Hardware Configuration Up to 4 remote printers Order Order Order Order PRN (1) PRN (2) PRN (1) PRN (2) CHK/BM CHK/M Slip 2 terminals/system Available peripherals versus ECR definition : Available Peripherals ECR definition Remote Slip PC/ printer printer MODEM Check master ✔ ✔ ✔ Check backup master ✔ ✔ ✔ Self master ✔ ✔ ✔ Satellite ✔ ✔ ✔ Available combinations ECR definition : Available Check Check Self Terminal ECR definition master backup master w/ remote master printer Check master ✔ Check backup master ✔ Self master ✔ Terminal w/ remote printer ✔ ✔ ✔ Note: 1) Please follow the system recommendation above. Otherwise the system performance may be slow down. R-18 1-8-2. Inline collection/consolidation system • Inline collection/consolidation and auto-programming for up to 3 terminals. Note: Maximum 2 remote printers in the 1 terminal system, 4 remote printers / 2 terminal system, 6 remote printers in the 3 terminal can be defined.PC Via COM 1 port of the master terminal or Inline Maximum 3 terminals 1-8-3. Online collection / consolidation system • Online collection / consolidation and auto-programming for up to 3 terminals. Note: Maximum 2 remote printers in the 1 terminal system, 4 remote printers / 2 terminal system, 6 remote printers in the 3 terminal can be defined. PC on-line (Public / Private Telephone line) Maximum 3 terminals R-19 QT-6100 Reference Manual Hardware Configuration 1-8-4. Online collection / consolidation system (use FTP feature) • Online collection / consolidation and auto-programming for up to 3 terminals. Note: Maximum 2 remote printers in the 1 terminal system, 4 remote printers / 2 terminal system, 6 remote printers in the 3 terminal can be defined. ADSL/FTTH PC MODEM VPN router Internet ADSL/FTTH MODEM VPN router Maximum 3 terminals R-20 2. Application systems ............................................................................ R-23 2-1. General description of application system ....................................... R-23 2-1-1. File concept................................................................................................... R-23 2-1-2. Linkage of totalizers ...................................................................................... R-24 2-1-3. Function keys ................................................................................................ R-25 2-1-4. Keyboard layout ............................................................................................ R-25 2-1-5. Mode control ................................................................................................. R-25 2-1-6. Operation prompt and error messages ......................................................... R-26 2-1-7. Printing control system.................................................................................. R-26 2-2. General description of individual function keys............................... R-29 2-2-1. System keys .................................................................................................. R-29 2-2-2. Finalize keys ................................................................................................. R-30 2-2-3. Transaction keys ........................................................................................... R-30 2-3. Remote printer control ........................................................................ R-38 2-3-1. Remote printer system configuration ............................................................ R-38 2-3-2. Remote printer control setting....................................................................... R-39 2-3-3. Remote printer output control ....................................................................... R-40 2-3-4. Remote printer backup processes ................................................................ R-40 2-4. Check tracking system ........................................................................ R-43 2-4-1. Shared check tracking system ...................................................................... R-43 2-4-2. Shared check tracking requirement .............................................................. R-44 2-4-3. Data backup when the master goes down .................................................... R-44 2-5. Other check tracking system control................................................. R-45 2-5-1. The timing to clear check detail and index file after finalization .................... R-45 2-5-2. Table transfer ................................................................................................ R-45 2-5-3. Store and recall ............................................................................................. R-45 2-6. Clerk control function ......................................................................... R-47 2-6-1. Clerk interrupt ............................................................................................... R-47 2-6-2. Clerk detail memory ...................................................................................... R-48 2-6-3. Clerk training ................................................................................................. R-48 2-6-4. Manager mode control .................................................................................. R-48 2-7. Arrangement key function and scheduler ......................................... R-50 2-7-1. Arrangement key function ............................................................................. R-50 2-7-2. Arrangement program example .................................................................... R-54 2-7-3. Scheduled execution of arrangement key function ....................................... R-54 2-8. Making graphic logo ............................................................................ R-55 2-8-1. About graphic logo ........................................................................................ R-55 2-8-2. Making graphic logo procedure..................................................................... R-55 2-9. Hourly item ........................................................................................... R-56 2-9-1. Programming necessary files before using hourly item function................... R-56 2-10. Time and attendance ........................................................................... R-57 2-10-1. Corresponding relations of the file ................................................................ R-58 2-10-2. Clock-in operation ......................................................................................... R-60 2-10-3. Clock-out operation ....................................................................................... R-63 R-21 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-22 Application System 2-11. Sign on control .................................................................................... R-65 2-11-1. Sign on .......................................................................................................... R-65 2-11-2. Solution to abnormality of master terminal ................................................... R-66 2-11-3. Solution to abnormality of satellite terminal .................................................. R-66 2-11-4. Sign on compulsory ...................................................................................... R-66 2-12. IDC (Item Data Capture) ...................................................................... R-67 2-12-1. Available capturing items .............................................................................. R-67 2-12-2. Set up the IDC start / end ............................................................................. R-70 2-12-3. How to memorize the captured items ........................................................... R-71 2-12-4. IDC data file structure ................................................................................... R-72 2-12-5. IDC data type ................................................................................................ R-76 2-12-6. Transferring IDC ............................................................................................ R-77 2-13. Electronic journal ................................................................................ R-78 2-13-1. Storing electronic journal .............................................................................. R-78 2-13-2. Issuing electronic journal report .................................................................... R-78 2-13-3. Displaying electronic journal and producing guest receipts after sales ........ R-78 2-13-4. Transferring electronic journal memory ......................................................... R-79 2. Application systems This section describes the configuration of application system and their related setting with the QT-6100. Reading this section provides a general understanding of the overall system of the terminal. 2-1. General description of application system 2-1-1. File conceptProgramming data for each function, as well as registration data, are assigned and handled in the RAM of the terminal in data blocks called files. Each files identified by a 3-digit file number consists of multiple records. Memory management on a file basis allows flexibility memory allocation in accordance with the application of a specific terminal. The number of records per file can be programmed, and a file can even be programmed for zero records. There are three types of files: – Terminal files: Terminal files include system work files, daily total files, periodic total 1, periodic total 2 files, buffer files, and program files. Periodic total files have only totalizer field, and totalize the same data which is accumulated to terminal files at the same time. The periodic total 1 files have 100 order file numbers, and the periodic total 2 files have 200 order file numbers. These files can be reset individually and separately from the terminal files. This provides access to weekly and monthly total data. The periodic total 1 files and 2 files have the same functions, and can accumulate data with different periods. The same number of records as the corresponding terminal file must be reserved for each periodic total files. – Consolidation files: Consolidation files are work files for consolidation of daily total, periodic 1 total and periodic 2 total data from each terminal, and have 300, 400 and 500 order file numbers, respectively. The same number of records as the corresponding terminal files must be reserved for each file, on the master terminal. – Consolidation work files: Consolidation work files are work files for collection/consolidation of daily, periodic 1/2 data from each terminal. The files have 600 order file numbers. The file number of records as the corresponding terminal file must be reserved for each consolidation file. Each file requires an internal work area, so calculation of actual file size can be performed using the following formula: Record length × Number of records + Work area = Actual file size The table on the page 14 ~ 17 of the programming manual shows all the files available for the terminal. See the Appendix A-2 of this manual for detail formats of individual files. R-23 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-24 Application System 2-1-2. Linkage of totalizers Registered data is accumulated to totalizers which are reserved for each functions. The QT-6100 has the following types of totalizers: 1) Fixed totalizers Registration data is accumulated for individual terminals. 2) Function key totalizers Data input by finalize or transaction keys is accumulated in totalizers for each key. Operation types, as well as data used in operation differ depending on the key. 3) Subdepartment totalizers Registration data is accumulated in totalizers for each subdepartment. 4) Department totalizers Registration data is accumulated in totalizers for each department. 5) Group totalizers Registration data is accumulated in totalizers for each group. 6) PLU totalizers Registration data is accumulated in totalizers for each PLU. 7) Clerk totalizers Registration data is accumulated for each relevant clerk. A clerk detail totalizer can be linked to a fix totalizer, finalize key, transaction key, or item totalizer (department / PLU / subdepartment / group), and accumulate data registered for the destination totalizer of each relevant clerk. 8) Other totalizer Functions for hourly sales, monthly sales void reason, table analysis, time attendance and hourly item also have totalizers. Registration data flow Registration Calculation *2 *1 *1 *1 Fixed totalizer Function totalizerkey PLU file Subdept. file Dept. file Group file Clerk detail file Other file *1 Linking between PLUs, subdepartments, departments and groups can be programmed to meet the needs of the retail environment. PLUs can be programmed to link with subdepartments, departments or group, while subdepartment can be programmed to link with department or group, and department can be programmed to link with group. When a PLU is programmed to link with a department, data registered for the PLU is also accumulated to the department. In addition, when the department is programmed to link with a group, data registered for the PLU is simultaneously reflected the department totalizer and group totalizer. *2 When data is registered to a totalizer which is preset in the clerk detail link table, the data is also accumulated to the clerk detail totalizer reserved for each relevant clerk. 2-1-3. Function keysThe keys on the keyboard can be assigned various functions that are used for registration as required for the terminal. For convenience sake, these functions are called by function keys. There are two types of function keys: 1) System keys Numeric keys, clear key, home position key, left / right / up / down arrow keys, yes key, no key, mode selection keys, ESC/SKIP key, page up / down key are system keys. 2) Function keys These function keys are used for finalize a transaction, to specify the functions for a registration or to specify the meaning of a entry. These function keys have program- mable functions, which are set to the transaction key / department / subdepartment / PLU file. Function keys include finalize key, transaction key, department key, subdepartment key and flat PLU key. The list of all function keys is shown in the Program 4 chapter of the programming manual. General descriptions of individual function keys are found in the chapter 2-2. 2-1-4. Keyboard layout Normally, the keyboard is assigned functions which are required for registration of transactions. The keyboard is also used for character input when entering descriptors or names during programming. The QT-6100 automatically switches the keyboard to its character input function when it determines that character input is required for the operation sequence you are performing. This means that you can input characters without having to worry about manually changing the keyboard input mode. The function key (except system keys) allocation is fully programmable to meet the specific needs of each terminal. The actual programming of key layouts can be performed in the PGM4 mode, and programmed data is written onto the key table (file 074/174). The allocation can also be programmed when programming each function file for programming function keys such as finalize keys, transaction keys, department keys, subdepartment keys, and flat PLU keys. Character key layout Refer to the page 104, 105 of the programming manual. R-25 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-26 Application System 2-1-5. Mode controlWith the QT-6100, each clerk can be programmed to enable or disable operations in the following modes: – REF mode – REG– mode – REG mode – X/Z mode – Program 1 ~ 6 mode – Manager mode – Inline X/Z mode – Inline auto program – CF backup / restore mode Also, each clerk can be programmed to enable or disable operations of every function key. Though the terminal has no actual REG 2 mode, on the page 48 in the Clerk Control function chapter of this manual, the manager control procedure is described. Arrangement execution mode programmed in the arrangement key ignores the mode control program by the clerk. Please note that if a clerk want to operate an arrangement, he / she should allow to operate arrangement function. 2-1-6. Operation prompt and error messages The QT-6100 displays messages to indicate the status of the terminal being operated or programmed. These messages help to determine the status of the terminal or the required subsequent action. 2-1-6-1. Operation prompt Refer to the page 201 of this manual for details. These messages cannot be added, modified or deleted. 2-1-6-2. Error messages Refer to the page 198 ~ 200 of this manual for details. Error messages are displayed to indicate that an error has occurred and a compulsory operation must be performed. All error messages cannot be added, modified or deleted. 2-1-7. Printing control system The following describes the control system for printing of receipts, the journal, validation, slips and X/Z reports. 2-1-7-1. Receipt print control during normal registration Normally, the receipt is printed to reflect the details of a registration as it is performed, with the receipt being issued with the finalize operation. By using the <RECEIPT ON/OFF> key, the receipt issuance status can be turned off to suspend printing and issuance of receipts when so desired. Pressing the <RECEIPT ON/OFF> key turns the receipt issuance status on or off, and when the receipt issuance status is On, the icon “RECEIPT ON” appears. The following programming can be performed for receipt printing: Description Program location Receipt “Item consolidation” PGM3; Machine Control3 in General Feature Receipt “Sort by group, department” PGM3; Machine Control3 in General Feature Print consecutive number on the receipt PGM3; Machine Control3 in General Feature Print date / time on the receipt PGM3; Machine Control3 in General Feature Vertical double character PGM3; Machine Control3 in General Feature Set menu detail on guest / slip PGM3; Print Control in General Feature Print PLU number PGM3; Print Control in General Feature Print finalized total PGM3; Print Control in General Feature Print taxable amount PGM3; Print Control in General Feature Print taxable status PGM3; Print Control in General Feature Print total number of item sold PGM3; Print Control in General Feature Print customer number (number of covers) PGM3; Print Control in General Feature One line feed after finalization PGM3; Print Control in General Feature Time format (24H / 12H) PGM3; Print Control in General Feature 2-1-7-2. Validation print control The QT-6100 allows use of the slip printer (SP-1300) for validation printing of item registrations, function registrations and sales totals. To perform validation printing, insert the validation paper into the slip printer, and then press the <VALIDATION> key (function code 037). The following desctription shows the print format for validation performed using the slip printer. There are three general types of validation printing: 1) Finalization validation 2) Transaction validation 3) Item validation Finalization validation is performed following finalization operations with finalize keys. When a validation is performed following receipt issuance, the sales total or tendered amount is printed, while partial tendering, the tendered amount for the specified medium is printed. Transaction validation is valid for the following function keys: – Received on account, Paid out, finalization of Pick up or Loan, Check cashing, Minus, Plus, Discount, Premium, Void, Coupon, Coupon2, Tip, Deposit, Subtotal, Merchan- dise subtotal keys You can program the allowable number of validation printings or multiple validation printing status for the above listed keys. Also some of these keys can be programmed as validation compulsory, this means that registration is not permitted until the validation of the former registration has been performed. Item validation is performed directly following an item registration listed below. – Departments – Subdepartments – PLUs You can program the multiple validation printing status for above items. R-27 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-28 Application System2-1-7-3. Slip print control Connection of an optional slip printer (SP-1300) to the QT-6100 makes it possible to print transaction details on a slip. To print a slip, insert a slip paper into the printer, and adjust paper position by entering the number of printed lines and pressing the <SLIP FEED/RELEASE> key (function code 056) or the <SLIP BACK FEED/RELEASE> key (function code 054) and then press the <SLIP PRINT> key (function code 055). Or it is possible to find the appropriate slip printing start line automatically. After printing a slip, the paper is automatically released. If the paper is not released for some reasons, press <SLIP FEED/RELEASE> or <SLIP BACK FEED/RELEASE> to release the paper. Before using slip printer, you should program the maximum lines of slip. The following two sections are other features to control slip printing format: 2-1-7-4. Endorsement message print control The QT-6100 allows printing of endorsement messages on the slip printer (SP-1300) for check registrations. To perform endorsement message printing, insert the paper into the slip printer following finalization using the <CHECK> key or check cashing transaction using the <CHECK> key, and press the following key: – Endorsement key (function code 039) Check key and check cashing key can be programmed for compulsory endorsement print. The endorsement message contents should be programmed into the endorsement message file (file 033). 2-1-7-5. Check printing print control The QT-6100 allows printing check tendered amount on a check inserted into the slip printer. To perform check printing, insert the paper into the slip printer following check finalization using the <CHECK> key, and press the following key: – Check print key (function code 012) Check key can be programmed for compulsory check print. The check printing format is controlled by the check print file (file 041). 2-1-7-6. X/Z report print control The QT-6100 can output a report in the read (X) or reset (Z) mode. The following shows the programming for X/Z print controls: Description Program location Items on the fixed totalizer report PGM3; Report Control1 in General Feature Items zero skip PGM3; Report Control2 in General Feature Average spend/item on monthly report PGM3; Report Control2 in General Feature PLU order (memory / random code) PGM3; Report Control2 in General Feature Print / Non print PLU No. on PLU report PGM3; Report Control2 in General Feature Print / Non print Sales ratio PGM3; Report Control2 in General Feature Print / Non print Z counter PGM3; Report Control2 in General Feature Print / Non print Item discount totalizer PGM3; Report Control2 in General Feature Print GT PGM3; Report Control2 in General Feature 2-2. General description of individual function keys This section describes individual function key that can be assigned to the keys on the keyboard of QT-6100. 2-2-1. System keysThe system key consist on a non-programmable function key. The following system keys are available. 1) Numeric keys (0, 1 ~ 9, 00, 000, decimal point) These keys are used for inputting numerical data such as PLU codes, amounts, quantities, etc. These keys must be allocated on the keyboard. 2) Clear keyThis key is used for clearing numerical values after they have been input, and after incorrect function keys have been pressed. This key also can be used to clear errors. This key must be allocated on the keyboard. 3) Home position key This key is used for returning cursor to the home position. 4) Left, right, up, down arrow keys These keys are used for moving the cursor. 5) Yes key This key is used for consenting the selection and proceeding steps. 6) No key This key is used for cancelling the selection and proceeding steps. 7) Mode keyThis key is used for changing modes of the terminal. This key shows the allowable mode keys in the mode pop-up window. 8) ESC/SKIP key This key is used for terminating a programming sequence, X/Z sequence, and returning the former window. This key is also used for terminating a report being issued in PGM, X, and Z mode. 9) Display on/off key This key is used for turning on / off the terminal. 10) Page up key This key is used for turning the window forwards. 11) Page down key This key is used for turning the window backwards. R-29 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-30 Application System 2-2-2. Finalize keysThis section covers the general description of each finalize key, with its respective options. Finalize keys have programmable functions which may be used as required. 1) Tender keyThis key is used for finalizing transactions. Up to six media in drawer totalizers are reserved in the fixed totalizer file, and cash key is linked to cash in drawer, charge key to charge in drawer, check key to check in drawer and credit key to credit in drawer, food stamp tender key to food stamp in drawer, EBT tender key to EBT in drawer. When this key is pressed, the total amount of the transaction is calculated. Normally, a receipt is issued and the drawer opens at the same time. The total amount is added to the appropriate totalizers and counters, with consecutive numbers being increased by one. When an amount exceeding the sales amount is received, the change is calculated, displayed and printed on the receipt. This key can also be used in combination with other finalize keys for partial tender and can also be used to specify the type of media during loan, pick up or media change operation. Programmability: Refer to page 83, 84 of the programming manual. 2) New balance key This key is used for adding the latest registered total amount to the previous balance to obtain a new balance. When this key is pressed, the total amount of the transaction is calculated. Normally, a receipt is issued. Programmability: Refer to page 84 of the programming manual. 2-2-3. Transaction keys Each of the transaction keys have programmable functions which may be used as required. The general description of each transaction key, with individual options, is outlined on the following sections. 1) Price inquiry key (Function code 008) This key is used to confirm the price and descriptors of PLU without registering. 2) Stock inquiry key (Function code 009) This key is used to confirm the stock quantity and descriptors of PLU without registering. 3) Text recall key (Function code 010) This key is used to recall characters. Programmability: Refer to page 85 of the programming manual. 4) Text print key (Function code 011) This key is used to print the entered characters. Programmability: Refer to page 85 of the programming manual. 5) Check print key (Function code 012) This key is used to print the check on the slip printer (SP-1300). Pressing this key allows the selection from the following list to print on a check. 1. Check amount in Arabic numerals (normal size / double size) 2. Date (normal size / double size) 3. Check print message in the check endorsement message file This item noted above can be arranged into a check print format according to the needs of the store. Check printing using this key is valid only for the following operation of the check key. Programmability: Refer to page 85 of the programming manual. 6) Clerk transfer key (Function code 013) This key is used to transfer opened checks to another clerk. Programmability: Refer to page 86 of the programming manual. 7) Table transfer key (Function code 014) This key is used to transfer the contents of a check to another check. Programmability: Refer to page 86 of the programming manual. 8) Tip key (Function code 015) This key is used to register tips. Programmability: Refer to page 87 of the programming manual. 9) Normal receipt key (Function code 016) This key is used to change the order status from Bon to normal and from single item sales to normal. 10) Loan key (Function code 019) This key inputs the amount of money provided for making change. This operation affects media totals, rather than sales totals. Loans are made for all types of money which can be specified by finalize keys. Programmability: Refer to page 87 of the programming manual. 11) Received on account key (Function code 020) This key is used to register amounts received for purposes other than sales transactions. This transaction affects media totals, rather than sales totals. Programmability: Refer to page 87 of the programming manual. 12) Paid out/Euro key (Function code 021) This key is used to register amounts of paid outs from the terminal. This transaction affects media totals, rather than sales totals. If the terminal has the file 099 (Euro program file), this key also works as “Euro” key. Euro key has the following features: (1) Converting the main currency to the sub currency, when registering a subtotal amount. (2) Specifying sub currency while entering an amount for payment. Programmability: Refer to page 87 of the programming manual. 13) Pick up key (Function code 022) When sales receipts are removed from the drawer or when the amount in-drawer exceeds the limit value (sentinel function), the manager performs a pick up operation. This key is used for this function. This operation affects media totals, rather than sales totals. Pick ups are made for all types of money which can be specified by finalize keys. Programmability: Refer to page 87 of the programming manual. 14) Coupon key (Function code 023) This key is used for registering coupons. This operation affects the coupon amount in the coupon totalizers. The registered coupon amounts is not deducted from the department, PLU or gross totalizers, but from the net totalizers only. (selecting GROSS specification) Programmability: Refer to page 88 of the programming manual. 15) Deposit key (Function code 025) This key is used to register deposits. Programmability: Refer to page 89 of the programming manual. 16) Minus key (Function code 027) This key is used to register subtraction. This operation affects the subtraction amount in the minus key totalizers. The registered amounts is not deducted from the department, PLU or gross totalizers, but from the net totalizers only. (selecting GROSS specification) Programmability: Refer to page 88 of the programming manual. 17) Discount key (Function code 028) This key applies a preset % or manual input % to obtain the discount amount for the last registered item or subtotal. Programmability: Refer to page 90 of the programming manual. R-31 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-32 Application System 18) Plus key (Function code 029) This key is used for registering surcharge. This operation affects the surcharge amount in the plus key totalizers. The registered amounts is not added to the department, PLU or gross totalizers, but from the net totalizers only. (selecting GROSS specification) Programmability: Refer to page 88 of the programming manual. 19) Premium key (Function code 030) This key applies a preset % or manual input % to obtain the premium amount for the last registered item or subtotal. Programmability: Refer to page 90 of the programming manual. 20) Refund key (Function code 033) This key declares next input for a return money. Programmability: Refer to page 100 of the programming manual. 21) Error correct/Void key (Function code 034) This key is used to correct the last registered item, discount, premium, partial tendered, etc. This key also invalidates proceeding data registered for departments subdepartments, PLUs or set menus only. Programmability: Refer to page 89 of the programming manual. 22) Coupon 2 key (Function code 036) This key is used to register coupons. The registered coupon amounts is deducted from the department, subdepartment, PLU or gross totalizers and the net totalizers. 23) Validation key (Function code 037) This key validates item or transaction amounts on slips. Validation can be made compulsory for certain function keys. Multiple validation can be prohibited for certain function keys. 24) Receipt key (Function code 038) This key issues a receipt for the last transaction (post-finalization receipt) when the original receipt is not issued. This key also issues a guest receipt. The guest receipt can be designated by seat number. Programmability: Refer to page 91 of the programming manual. 25) Check endorsement key (Function code 039) This key is used to print a preset check endorsement using the slip printer. Programmability: Refer to page 89 of the programming manual. 26) Non-add key (Function code 040) This key prints reference numbers (personal check number, card number etc.) Programmability: Refer to page 91 of the programming manual. 27) Non-add / No sale key (Function code 041) This key prints reference numbers (personal check number, card number etc.) This key also opens the drawer between transaction. Programmability: Refer to page 91 of the programming manual. 28) No sale key (Function code 042) This key opens the drawer between transaction. 29) Number of customer key (Function code 043) This key registers the number of customers. Programmability: Refer to page 92 of the programming manual. 30) Arrangement key (Function code 044) This key is used to activate an arrangement program programmed in the arrangement file. Any operation that can be performed from the keyboard, as well as mode, can be programmed in an arrangement program, and can be performed merely by pressing this key. The mode control function of this key can be programmed for all modes. Programmability: Refer to page 92 of the programming manual. 31) Currency exchange key (Function code 045) This key converts foreign currency to local currency or vice versa using the exchange rate preset for the key and displays the result. This key is used for conversions of a home currency subtotal or merchandise subtotal to equivalent of another country's currency. This key is also used for conversion of another country's currency payment to the equivalent of the home currency. Programmability: Refer to page 93 of the programming manual. 32) VAT key (Function code 046) This key is used to print VAT breakdowns. 33) Bill copy key (Function code 047) This key is used to issue bill copy. 34) PLU key (Function code 048) This key is used to enter PLU numbers. 35) Price key (Function code 049) This key is used in the following transactions to enter a unit price. – Department registration using the department number key – Subdepartment registration using the subdepartment number key – Open PLU registration In case of the department or subdepartment registration mentioned above, the Price key is pressed after entering the unit price to override a unit price preset to the department or subdepartment. If the preset price is to be registered as it is, simply press the Price key. 36) Department key (Function code 051) This key is used to register items for a department. Programmability: Refer to page 80 of the programming manual. 37) Slip back feed / Release key (Function code 054) This key is used to back feed slips inserted into the slip printer. This is done by specifying the number of feed lines. This key is also used to release the slip paper holder if numbers are not entered. 38) Slip print key (Function code 055) This key is used to execute a slip batch printing on the slip printer. Pressing this key prints the sales details. Actual printing is performed following receipt issuance. Programmability: Refer to page 93 of the programming manual. 39) Slip feed / Release key (Function code 056) This key is used to feed slips inserted into the slip printer. This is done by specifying the number of feed lines. This key is also used to release the slip paper holder if numbers are not entered. 40) Tax status shift key (Function code 057) This key activates tax table which is specified by the tax status programmed for this key. The tax status is programmed for the departments, subdepartments, PLUs, minus, plus, discount and premium keys. Pressing this key during registration converts taxable item to non taxable, and non taxable item to taxable. Programmability: Refer to page 93 of the programming manual. 41) Table number key (Function code 058) This key is used to input table numbers. 42) Food stamp status shift key (Function code 059) The food stamp status is programmed for the departments, subdepartments, PLUs, minus, plus, discount and premium keys. Pressing this key during registration converts food stampable item to non stampable, and non stampable item to stampable. R-33 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-34 Application System 43) Tax exempt key (Function code 062) This key is used to change taxable amounts to nontaxable amounts. This key works adding on a tax system only. Programmability: Refer to page 97 of the programming manual. 44) Flat PLU key (Function code 063) This key is used to register items to flat PLU. Programmability: Refer to page 78 of the programming manual. 45) Menu shift key (Function code 064) This key is used to shift Flat PLU key to the n-th (n = 1 ~ 8) menu. Programmability: Refer to page 99 of the programming manual. 46) Shift PLU key (Function code 065) This key is used to shift a Flat PLU key to the n-th (n = 1 ~ 8) level. Programmability: Refer to page 99 of the programming manual. 47) Open key (Function code 067) This key is used to release the maximum amount limit or low digit limit (programmable) for an amount which exceeds the limit. Programmability: Refer to page 94 of the programming manual. 48) Open 2 key (Function code 068) This key is used to suspend the compulsory specifications listed below. Programmability: Refer to page 94 of the programming manual. 49) First unit price key (Function code 069) This key is used to register a specific item at the first unit price. 50) Second unit price key (Function code 070) This key is used to register a specific item at the second unit price. 51) Clerk number key (Function code 072) This key is used to assign a clerk’s secret number. Programmability: Refer to page 95 of the programming manual. 52) Operator read / reset key (Function code 073) This key is used to issue a clerk’s individual X/Z report. Programmability: Refer to page 95 of the programming manual. 53) Tray total key (Function code 074) This key is used to obtain the sectional subtotal amount. Programmability: Refer to page 99 of the programming manual. 54) Subtotal key (Function code 075) This key is used to obtain subtotal amount with add-on tax and previous balance. Programmability: Refer to page 95 of the programming manual. 55) Receipt On / Off key (Function code 076) This key is used to change the status “Receipt issue” or “No receipt.” – Receipt off / Receipt and journal off 56) Taxable amount subtotal key (Function code 077) This key is used to obtain taxable amount subtotal. Programmability: Refer to page 93 of the programming manual. 57) Operator number key (Function code 078) This key is used to enter a clerk number during clerk transfer. 58) Merchandise subtotal key (Function code 080) This key is used to obtain subtotal excluding the add-on tax amount and the previous balance. Programmability: Refer to page 95 of the programming manual. 59) Food stamp subtotal key (Function code 081) This key is used to obtain food stamp subtotal. This key should be pressed just before <FOOD STAMP> or <EBT> finalization. 60) Quantity / For key (Function code 083) This key provides the same functions as the multiplication key. In addition, this key also has a split pricing function. The function is used to calculate the price per unit for particular items, which are sold in bulk in order to obtain the total amount for the number of units purchased. Programmability: Refer to page 96 of the programming manual. 61) Square key (Function code 084) This key provides the same functions as the multiplication key. In addition, this key also has a square multiplication function. Programmability: Refer to page 96 of the programming manual. 62) Selective item subtotal key (Function code 085) This key is used to obtain the selective item 1 / 2 subtotal amount. In addition to the common programming, this key has the following option: – Selective item status 1 / 2 63) Cube key (Function code 090) This key provides the same functions as the multiplication key. In addition, this key also has a cube multiplication function. Programmability: Refer to page 96 of the programming manual. 64) New check key (Function code 091) This key is used in a check tracking system to input a new check number in order to open a new check under that number. Programmability: Refer to page 98 of the programming manual. 65) Old check key (Function code 092) This key is used in a check tracking system to input the number of an existing check (previously created by the New check key) whose details are stored in the check tracking memory. Existing checks are reopened to perform further registration or to finalize them. Programmability: Refer to page 99 of the programming manual. 66) New / Old check key (Function code 093) This key is used in a check tracking system to input check numbers in order to open new checks and to reopen existing checks. When the clerk inputs a check number, the terminal checks to see if that number already exists in the check tracking memory. If there is no matching number in the memory, a new check is opened under the input number. If the check number input matches a number already stored in the memory, that check is reopened for further registration or finalization. Programmability: Refer to page 98 of the programming manual. 67) Add check key (Function code 094) This key is used in a check tracking system to combine the details of more than one check into a single check. 68) Separate check key (Function code 095) This key is used in a check tracking system to separate selected items or to separate by seat number from one check to another check. 69) OBR (Optical Barcode Reader) key (Function code 103) This key is used to enter scanning PLU code manually. 70) Clock-in/out key (Function code 108) This key is used to register the time when employees start/finish their job. Programmability: Refer to page 97 of the programming manual. R-35 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-36 Application System 71) Break-in / out key (Function code 109) This key is used to register the starting / finishing time when employees have a recess. Programmability: Refer to page 97 of the programming manual. 72) Coupon (future use) number key (Function code 110) This key is used to enter coupon number for registering mix and match discount. Programmability: Refer to page 100 of the programming manual. 73) Substitution key (Function code 111) Replaces group PLU with a PLU not preset in the pulldown menu. 74) Ketten Bon key (Function code 113) This key is used to enter quantities for multiplication. Multiplication by this key issues singular order prints. Programmability: Refer to page 96 of the programming manual. 75) House Bon key (Function code 114) This key is used to register items for in-store use. 76) Post entry key (Function code 115) This key is used in a check tracking or clerk interrupt system to indicate the reserved item of set menu and register it as a fixed item later on. – Enter post entry Press this key while the window is opened, the key descriptor appears on the screen and it is registered as a reserved item. – Fix post entry After finishing the set menu registration, move the cursor on to the reserved item, press this key again, then the appropriate window will be opened to fix it. 77) Round repeat key (Function code 116) This key is used to register the same items which were ordered just before. Programmability: Refer to page 98 of the programming manual. 78) Open check key (Function code 117) This key is used to issue an open check report of an assigned clerk. Programmability: Refer to page 96 of the programming manual. 79) Media change key (Function code 118) This key is used to change media in drawer amounts. Pressing this key enters media change operation. 80) Seat number key (Function code 119) This key is used to enter and print seat number. 81) Eat-in key (Function code 128) This key is used to specify if the customer eats in the restaurant. Before closing a transaction, press this key. Programmability: Refer to page 98 of the programming manual. 82) Takeout key (Function code 129) This key is used to specify if the customer takes out items. Before closing a transaction, press this key for the tax exemption. Programmability: Refer to page 98 of the programming manual. 83) Store key (Function code 130) This key is used for storing the check number of the registered items. Allocate this key to the terminal at the drive-through entrance. When this key is pressed, registered item data will be stored, and then these data will transfer to the youngest check number. Programmability: Refer to page 98 of the programming manual. 84) Recall key (Function code 131) This key is used for recalling the transferred check number by the store key. When you press this key, the check number will appear in order of the oldest record. Programmability: Refer to page 99 of the programming manual. 85) Subdepartment key (Function code 133) This key is used to register items for the subdepartment. Programmability: Refer to page 79 of the programming manual. 86) Subdepartment number key (Function code 134) This key is used to enter subdepartment numbers. 87) Department number key (Function code 135) This key is used to enter department numbers. 88) List key (Function code 136) This key is used to display menu lists. Programmability: Refer to page 96 of the programming manual. 89) List number key (Function code 137) This key is used to designate list number. 90) Dutch account key (Function code 140) This key is used to share the total payment by customer. Programmability: Refer to page 99 of the programming manual. 91) Customer ID number key (Function code 148) This key is used to enter customer ID number. 92) Payment key (Function code 149) This key is used to declare the following transactions as payment. 93) Electronic journal display key (Function code 207) This key is used to display the stored journal. 94) Display mode key (Function code 219) This key is used to change display modes (normal mode/item consolidation mode). 95) Cancel key (Function code 236) Invalidates all preceding data registered for departments, PLUs and set menus within a transaction. This key must be pressed before the transaction involving the data to be invalidated is finalized. It is also effective even after calculation of subtotal amount. Programmability: Refer to page 96 of the programming manual. 96) Item search key (Function code 246) Use this key to search an item by its name. Programmability: Refer to page 100 of the programming manual. 97) Order character change key (Function code 252) This key is used to change the order character. The order characters not only of the item but in the order character table can be printed. Programmability: Refer to page 100 of the programming manual. 98) Location change key (Function code 260) Use this key to select the pop-up window which shows the table layout of each floor/part of the restaurant. Programmability: Refer to page 100 of the programming manual. 99) Table sharing key (Function code 261) Use this key to assign one table to two or more customer groups. R-37 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-38 Application System 2-3. Remote printer control Up to eight printers for printing kitchen orders etc. 2-3-1. Remote printer system configuration Please refer to page 17 for the system configuration. Up to 6 remote printers Order Order Order Order Order Order PRN (1) PRN (2) PRN (1) PRN (2) PRN (1) PRN (2) inline CHK/BM CHK/M Slip Up to 3 terminalsThe printing processing of the remote printer is performed as shown in the figure below. 1 QT-6100 QT-6100 QT-6100 buffer Print Remote Printer 2 3 1 A transaction is made at a terminal. 2 The terminal sends printing data to the terminal with remote printer. 3 The terminal with remote printer sends data to the remote printer. 2-3-2. Remote printer control setting Remote printer settings: After changing the DIP switch configuration, remote printer initialization (power on by pressing the <LF> key) is necessary. UP-360 Dip switch is located at the bottom of the printer. SW No. Function ON OFF 1Reset by DTR Yes No 2reserved --- fixed UP-360 Bottom view 3Protocol DTR/DSR XON/XOFF 45Transmision speed See transmission speed setting 67Parity See paritysetting 8undifined --- --- 9Low power comsumption Yes No 10 undifined --- --- Memory allocation of files required when remote printers are connected • Registration buffer (file 036) • Printer buffer (file 035) (Reallocate these files, if the file sizes are not enough.) Other setting • General machine features Transmission 1 speed setting Parity setting SW No. SW No.bps 45674800 OFF OFF Non OFF OFF 9600 OFF ON Even OFF ON 19200 ONOFF Odd ONOFF 38400 ON ON Non ON ON R-39 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-40 Application System 2-3-3. Remote printer output control The following print items are controlled by programming. • 0 to 9 line feed above and below printing (only for “order”) • Dashed line print control (only for “order”) • Paper auto cut (only for “order”) • Data communication speed • Backup remote printer specification • Print color (normal / reverse or black / red) control: included in the item programming (only for “order”) • Output remote logical order number: included in the item programming (only for “order”) • Remote printer output in training mode (only for “order”) • Item amount printing (only for “order”) • Alert when remote printer is down 2-3-4. Remote printer backup processes Remote printer error or terminal with remote printer error In case of the backup printer is assigned, when the terminal which sends printing data to remote printer detects the remote printer or the terminal with remote printer abnormality, the remote printer cross backup (see the next section) is made. In case of no backup printer is assigned or the backup printer is also downed, the data will be able to print on the internal receipt / journal printer. Remote printer cross backup When there is more than one remote printer in the system, a setting can be made to enable remote printer cross backup. Cross backup (example): Remote printer 1 backup → Remote printer 2 Remote printer 2 backup → Remote printer 1 orRemote printer 1 with terminal 1 backup → Remote printer 2 with terminal 2 Remote printer 2 with terminal 2 backup → Remote printer 3 with terminal 1 Note that remote printer backup extends a single level only. If remote printer 1 goes down in the above example, remote printer 2 performs backup printing. If remote printer 2 now goes down, remote printer 3 does not take over backup printing. Remote printer print sample 1) Order printing (Normal receipt printing with amount) *Soft Drinks* — Order character Check No.123456 MC #01 — Check number / Machine ID REG C01 15-12-2003 12:34 001230 — Mode / Clerk / Date / Time / Consecutive No. 1 Lemon Tea •1.00 — Order with amount 2 Coffee •2.00 ---------------------------------------- — Cut or print dot line 2) Order printing (Single bon/double bon) *Soft Drinks* — Single Bon CHECK NO.123456 MC #01 REG C01 15-12-2003 12:34 001234 1 Lemon Tea ---------------------------------------- — Cut or print dot line *Soft Drinks* — Double Bon CHECK No.123456 MC #01 REG C01 15-12-2003 12:34 001234 2 Coffee ---------------------------------------- *STUB* — Double Bon message *Soft Drinks* — Order character CHECK No.123456 MC #01 — Check number/Machine ID REG C01 15-12-2003 12:34 001234 — Mode / Clerk / Date / Time / Consecutive No. 2 Coffee ---------------------------------------- 3) Order printing (Normal receipt printing without amount) *Soft Drinks* CHECK No.123456 MC #01 REG C01 15-12-2003 12:34 001256 1 Lemon Tea 2 Coffee 2 Coffee ---------------------------------------- R-41 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-42 Application System 4) Order printing (Set menu/preparation/condiment) CHECK No.123456 MC #01 REG C01 15-12-2003 12:34 001267 2 Steak Set — Set menu 2 Medium — Detail item 2 Salad 1 Pizza — Main item 1 Soft — Preparation 1 Cheese — Condiment 1 Tomato 1 Pizza — Main item #123456 — Main item PLU No. 1 Soft — Preparation (with quantity / PLU No.) #000001 1 Cheese — Condiment (with quantity / PLU No.) #000002 1 Tomato #000003 2-4. Check tracking system 2-4-1. Shared check tracking system Up to 3 terminals can be included and check tracking can be performed for multiple terminals connected to inline. This means that any terminal can be used to recall a temporary closed check for additional registration or finalization. System configuration Up to 6 remote printers Order Order Order Order Order Order PRN (1) PRN (2) PRN (1) PRN (2) PRN (1) PRN (2) inline CHK/BM CHK/M Slip Up to 3 terminals1 4 Backup master Master Satellite tracking Check tracking Check 2 5 3 Shared check tracking is performed as shown in the figure shown above. 1 A shared check operation (such as “new check” or “old check” etc.) is made at a terminal. 2 The terminal sends the check number to the check tracking master and the backup master. The master and backup master turn on the busy status. 3 The master sends back the check data (if the check number exists) or opens a new check number. 4 A shared check transaction is finalized (by “new balance” or other finalize key). 5 The terminal sends the check data to the master and the backup master. And the master/ backup master clears the busy status of the check number. R-43 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-44 Application System 2-4-2. Shared check tracking requirement The following definition of memory allocation is required in each terminal before you can perform shared check tracking. • Number of check tracking tables: For satellite, minimum one, for master, more than the number of estimated open checks should be defined.* * In case of using the next block **, one more check tracking table is consumed. • Number of items/tables (per one item block **): This is not the maximum number of items or functions but the number ordinarily registered items or functions per one table. If the number of items or functions exceeds this value during registration, the next block is used automatically for the following transactions. ** Number of item blocks: Ordinarily, the registration requires one item blocks—but in a party for example—more items are registered per one table. So it is necessary to define how many item blocks can be used. The maximum number of items or functions per one check is defined by the formula: = (Number of items / tables) × (Number of item blocks (1 ~ 10)) When memory near end and memory end happens during registration, an error occurs. See section A-5. Error messages of this manual. 2-4-3. Data backup when the master goes down When the system has the backup master for the check tracking system, registered check tracking data are stored both master and backup master automatically. As soon as the system detects master down, the backup master roles as master for the check tracking system. (It is necessary to switch to backup master manually. See the “System down & Recovery” chapter on page 9 of the installation & down recovery manual.) When the system has no backup master for the check tracking system or both master and backup master become down, no more check tracking operation and clerk interrupt operation can be made. 2-5. Other check tracking system control 2-5-1. The timing to clear check detail and index file after finalization There are two timings to clear detail and index files. 1. The check is cleared after printing finalized data on slip or guest check receipt, or the check is also cleared when the new or old check operation is made on the terminal finalized the transaction. 2. The check is cleared after printing finalized data on slip or guest check receipt, or the check is also cleared when the same finalized check number is assigned in new check operation. This option is set on the page 40 of the programming manual. 2-5-2. Table transferThis function is used for transferring the contents of a check to another check. The detail data can be excluded from the transferring check by programming (ST transfer). There are two cases depends on the status of the transferring check. 1. If the transfer check is not used. The entered check number is written. 2. The check number is already used. Add the contents to the existing contents. This option is set on the page 86 of the programming manual. 2-5-3. Store and recall These functions are used for the driving through purchase. The check number used in store operation is defined by check No. range programming. 2-5-3-1 StoreThis function is used for storing the check No. of the registered items. The Detail / Index at the drive-through entrance record the registered items and store it’s check No., and then print out the temporary receipt. A customer receives this temporary receipt, and drives up to the exit with this to receive the ordered item. The stored data transfer to the check tracking master/backup master. 2-5-3-1 RecallThis function is used for recalling the transferred check No. to total the sum. The terminal at the drive-through exit recalls transferring check No. in order of the oldest record. A customer can receive the ordered items, and pay for them. R-45 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-46 Application System Entrance Exit Order receipt Order Receipt PRN (2) KITCHEN Temporary receipt R/J R/J PRN (1) Store Recall Hamburger French Fries Press the <STORE> key → Hot CHK Coffee No.100 Cheese Burger Orange Juice Press the <STORE> key → CHK No.101 Press the <RECALL> key → CHK No.100 Hamburger French Fries Hot Coffee Press the <RECALL> key → CHK No.101 Cheese Burger Orange Juice 1. Without entering new check No., register items. After all ordered item have been registered, press the <STORE> key at the entrance to summarize the registered items. The check No. is issued automatically. The contents of these check No. transfer to the check tracking master / backup Master. 2. Press the <RECALL> key to recall the check at the exit. Important B A four-digit check No. should be used. B When Open Check Z (All) report is printed out, the check No. range will be reset. After this operation, the next check No. by using Store function will be the range start. B This function works with the option “Clearing CHK/TBL No. by using the same number again” to “Check number” only. (Refer to page 40 of the programming manual) 2-6. Clerk control function 2-6-1. Clerk interruptThe terminal can be programmed to allow the clerk interrupt function, which makes it possible for multiple clerk to simultaneously use the same register. If a clerk starts registration of a transaction, another can be interrupt the original registration and begin a new one. The original clerk can later resume the interrupted original registration. You can use the clerk interrupt function with the check tracking function. Clerk 1 Clerk 2 Clerk 3 Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Registration Notes 1) Error correct operation The error correct operation cannot be performed for registrations made before a clerk change. The error correct operation should be performed before clerk change. 2) Guest receipt A guest receipt can be issued following clerk change, and receipts can be issued separately for each clerk. 3) Cancel operation The cancel operation can affect the entire transaction (multiple receipts: complete cancellation) or only the same transaction (one receipt) by programming the <CAN- CEL> key. Sign on clerk 2 (clerk 1 registration put on hold) Sign on clerk 3 (clerk 2 registration put on hold) Sign on clerk 1. Displays subtotal amount without add-on tax for clerk 1. Finalization Sign on clerk 2. Displays subtotal amount without add-on tax for clerk 2. Finalization Sign on clerk 3. Displays subtotal amount without add-on tax for clerk 3. Finalization Sign on clerk 1 Guest receipt issuance Sign on clerk 2 Guest receipt issuance Sign on clerk 3 Guest receipt issuance R-47 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-48 Application System 2-6-2. Clerk detail memory The terminal can summarize any daily / periodic total memory (such as fixed totalizer, department, PLU, etc.) clerk by clerk. After initialization, clerks have 10 detail memories which are assigned to gross, net, and 4 media in drawers. If you want to set more detail memories to clerks, allocate clerk detail memory and detail link memory at the same time. Clerk detail memory: File 011 / 111 / 211 / 311 / 411 / 511 / 611 Clerk detail link: File 030 2-6-3. Clerk trainingClerk training can be performed when employing new clerks or retraining clerks. Training is normally performed during working hours, and the QT-6100 has the following training functions. 1) It is not necessary to remove one terminal from the system for training purpose during working hours. 2) Programming options, etc., are controlled exactly the same way as a working clerk. 3) Receipts are different from those normally used. The training receipts are filled with training filler (“*” default.) 4) Only the REG/REF/REG– mode can be used for training. 2-6-4. Manager mode control There is no actual REG 2 mode on the terminal, but you can control some functions (you want) under manager control. Preparation for this function: 1) Set “NO” to any functions you want to disable for CLERKS in the Allowed function 1 ~ 5 list in the clerk programming. (See page 71 ~ 73 of the programming manual.) 2) Set the type of operator to “Manager” for the manager. (See page 64 of the programming manual.) Operation for this function: REG C01 10-10-01 12:34 000001 1 PLU0001 •10.00 1 PLU0002 •20.00 1 PLU0003 •30.00 Operator mistake 1. When the transaction is prohibited, the terminal displays 3 •60.00 error message and the clerk calls the manager. REG C01 10-10-01 12:34 000001 1 PLU0001 •10.00 1 PLU0002 •20.00 1 PLU0003 •30.00 Operator Code ----- 3 •60.00 2. The manager enters “2” and press the <REG MODE> key.

REG C01 10-10-01 12:34 000001 1 PLU0001 •10.00 1 PLU0002 •20.00 1 PLU0003 •30.00 REG2 Mode 0.00 3 •60.00 REG C01 10-10-01 12:34 000001 1 PLU0001 •10.00 1 PLU0002 •20.00 REG Mode 0.00 2 •30.00 3. The manager enters his/her secret code and press the <YES> key. After this operation, the prohibited transaction can be registered. 4. Perform manager operation (in this example; void opera- tion). 5. Pressing the <REG MODE> key is required, when the manager returns his/her office. REG C01 10-10-01 12:34 000001 1 PLU0001 •10.00 1 PLU0002 •20.00 PLU0003 -30.00 2 •30.00

R-49 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-50 Application System 2-7. Arrangement key function and scheduler The arrangement key function provides a macro command function for the QT-6100 system. Any operation that can be performed using the keyboard of the QT-6100 can be programmed to the arrangement file (file 038 ~ 438). Any operation programmed to the arrangement file can be performed by pressing the arrangement key (function code 044). Multi operations can be programmed into one arrangement program, and also entry of a numeric parameter can be included anywhere in the arrangement program. For example, when an arrangement program is programmed for executing fixed totalizer Z consolidation for all terminal and the program is linked to an arrangement key, that operation can be executed simply by pressing the arrangement key or attaching the i- Button key to the receiver. The scheduler function is provided for scheduled execution of arrangement key operation. Execution of every specified time, as well as scheduled execution, can be performed using this function. The scheduler file (file 062) must be reserved to use the scheduler function. 2-7-1. Arrangement key function The arrangement file and arrangement keys must be reserved for the QT-6100 to use the arrangement key function. The arrangement file is used to store the arrangement programs. An arrangement file record is 24 bytes long, and a maximum of 9999 records can be reserved. Arrangement programs are programmed using character data, and multiple arrangement programs can be programmed in the arrangement file. Multiple arrangement keys can be preset on the keyboard, and each key can be linked to an arrangement program. The linked arrangement program is then called and executed by pressing the arrangement key. The following table shows the command parameters of the arrangement key function that can be interpreted and executed by the QT-6100. Command parameters can only be separated by spaces. Note that spaces cannot be included within the command parameter. Details of command parameters and their functions are explained next. 1) Number input There are two methods to enter a number in an arrangement program. – Constant number input Preset a fixed number (constant value) enclosed in parentheses in the arrangement program. Example: To enter “1234” → preset (1234) – Input of a single number when the arrangement program is executed. A single number can be entered using the arrangement key. The number entered can be used at any position and any time in the arrangement program. Generally, an input number is temporarily stored in the work area (number entry buffer) reserved for data processing, and is cleared after the processing is performed. With the arrangement key function, a parameter save buffer is provided for saving the contents of the number entry buffer. When a “%GET” command is encountered in an arrangement program during processing, the data in the number entry buffer is saved to the parameter save buffer. Set “%PUT” command to use the data saved in the parameter buffer. The “%PUT” command can be used to load the data saved in the parameter save buffer into the numeric entry buffer. These commands may be included as often as necessary. The data in the parameter save buffer is changed only when a “%GET” command is processed. Note: • Set a “%GET” command, first, to use the number entered by the arrangement key later. • When the “%GET” is programmed following constant number input, the constant number is saved to the parameter save buffer. • Numbers input using a “%PUT” command or by “([number])” are entered to the number entry buffer in the same way as numbers input using the 10-key pad. 2) Key function specification Any function key can be specified for an arrangement key function. : [function code]:[record number] → Used for ordinary function keys The numbers can be specified for zero suppression. Note: The arrangement key itself, cannot be programmed for in an arrangement program. 3) Mode setting Any mode key can be specified for an arrangement key function. : [function code]:[mode definition]→ Used for mode keys Note: 121:01 : REG mode 121:02 : REF mode 121:03 : REG– mode 122:01 : X/Z mode: 122:02 : MGR mode: 122:03 : Collection/Consolidation mode: 122:04 : Auto-program mode: 122:05 : CF card: 123:01 : PGM1 mode: 123:02 : PGM2 mode: 123:03 : PGM3 mode: 123:04 : PGM4 mode: 123:05 : PGM5 mode: 123:06 : PGM6 mode: 4) Print control There are two commands for controlling the printer: PON : Output printout data. POFF : Not output printout data. R-51 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-52 Application System 5) Controlling the flow of arrangement command execution There are 31 commands for controlling the flow of arrangement command execution: :Snnnn : This is a start mark of an arrangement. “nnnn” (4-digits code) are used for arrangement table number set to each arrangement key. (nnnn) : “nnnn (no digit limitation)” means numeric entry. NN:nnnn : “NN” is a function code which is executed in this arrangement, “nnnn” is the record No. of the function. :[label] : Preset the label (name of specific position) to specify the jump destination point in the arrangement file. The actual data for labels can be freely designated. Example: To specify “LABEL-1” as label → :LABEL-1 G:[label] : This is an absolute jump command. If the system encounters this command, command execution flow unconditionally jumps and continues from the point preset by the label. I > ([number]):[label] : This is a conditional jump command. If the system encounters this commands, the value in the number entry buffer is compared with the specific number. If the value in the buffer is larger than the specified number, the command execution flow jumps and continues from the point preset by the label. If the condition is not match with the above-mentioned condition, the step advances to the next command. I < ([number]):[label] : This is a conditional jump command. If the value in the number entry buffer is less than the specified number, the command execution flow jumps to the point preset by the label. If the condition is not match with the above- mentioned condition, the step advances to the next command. I – ([number]):[label] : This is a conditional jump command. If the system encounters this command, the value in the numeric entry buffer is compared with the specific number. If the value in the buffer is equal to the specific number, the command execution flow jumps and continues from the point preset by the label. If the condition is not match with the above-mentioned condition, the step advances the next command. KNO1 : This is a command to enter the <#-1> key. KNO2 : This is a command to enter the <#-2> key. NE : This is a command to wait for numeric entry. After entering numerics, press the <ARRANGEMENT> key to continue the arrangement program. ? : Force to execute the arrangement even if an error occurred during the arrangement. ANO : Disable clerk auto sign-off. AYES : Enable clerk auto sign-off. CFFMT :Format CF card. CFSVnnn’mmmm’ :Backup to CF card (nnn: command code, mmmm: file name). CFLDnnn’mmmm’ : Restore from CF card (nnn: command code, mmmm: file name). JCL : Clear electronic journal older half data JCLA : Clear all electronic journal data CLPn : Set the default @ menu sheet number to “n” (n = 0 ~ 2) and “stay down @ menu sheet assignment” of all clerk. CLMn : Set the default menu sheet number to “n” (n = 0 ~ 15) and “stay down menu sheet assignment” of all clerk. CLSn : Set the default shift PLU level number to “n” (n = 0 ~ 8). 211: : Press the “ESC” key. 212: : Press the “YES” key. 213: : Press the “NO” key. %GET : Read from key buffer. %PUT : Write to key buffer. CLL0n : Set the default clerk pop-up window number to “n” (n = 0 ~ 9). !:sss : Wait the next step for “sss” (ss = 001 ~ 327) sec. F:m:nn : Sending data (designated by “nn”) to the terminal (designated by “m”) via FTP. “m” means the rec-# of file-912, “nn” means the rec-# of file-913 6) End of the arrangement programs The end command “E” must be included at the end (exit) point of an arrangement program. R-53 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-54 Application System 2-7-2. Arrangement program example This section shows examples of arrangement programs. The following example shows an arrangement program that executes X consolidation of the file set in the batch 1 ~ 9 files for all terminals. Example: Programming the following operation for the arrangement table 12 – Set the mode to Inline X/Z. – Enter operation code “1111100000000”. – Wait for the numeric entries (batch number). – Enter the <#-2> key. – Enter the <ESC> key. :S0012 ;Designate the table number (mandatory) 122:03 ;Set the mode to Inline X/Z. NE ;Wait for the batch number I<(0):ERR1 ;If the input number is less than 1, the process jumps to the ERR1. I>(9):ERR1 ;If the input number is larger than 10, the process jumps to the ERR1. %GET ;Save the entered number to the parameter save area. 202:0031 ;Press “Clear” button. (1111100000000);Input the operation code for system command %PUT ;Pick up the entered number from the parameter save area. KNO2 ;Specify the <#-2> key for entering the operation code. 211:0045 ;Specify the <ESC> key to execute this operation. :ERR1 ;When the input number is not 1 to 9, the following commands are processed. E ;End the program (mandatory). 2-7-3. Scheduled execution of arrangement key function An arrangement key function can be executed on a scheduled basis. In order to execute an arrangement key function on a scheduled basis, it is necessary to make appropriate settings in the scheduler file (file 062). There are two functions for execution on a scheduled basis: 1) Execute an arrangement key function at the specified time. 2) Interval execution of an arrangement key function by setting start time, ending time, and the interval. See the page 42 of the programming manual for programming details. 2-8. Making graphic logo A graphic logo can be printed on internal receipt or UP-360 receipt. This graphic logo is stored in the graphic logo file ( file 047 for UP-360), and printed at the top of the receipt instead of a normal logo message. This graphic logo data cannot be made by the terminal program, it can be made only by PC and downloaded from PC. 2-8-1. About graphic logo Graphic logo size: 432 × 104 or 432 × 208 pixels Printing sample: ************************************** * QT-6100 TERMINAL * * GRAPHIC LOGO AREA * ************************************** *******COMMERCIAL MESSAGE LINE 1******* *******COMMERCIAL MESSAGE LINE 2******* *******COMMERCIAL MESSAGE LINE 3******* *******COMMERCIAL MESSAGE LINE 4******* 2-8-2. Making graphic logo procedure Before following this procedure please allocate “Graphic logo” file (file 047) on the terminal. 1. Making a bit-map image file: (432 × 104 or 432 × 208 pixels; 1-bit color for UP-360). 2. Convert this bit-map file to the internal file by executing such PC software as CV. PC sends the converted data to the terminal via online automatically. 3. Select “Print Graphic” option in the message control of the general feature in the PGM 3 mode. 4. Turn off and on the terminal by the <DISP ON/OFF> button. R-55 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-56 Application System 2-9. Hourly itemThis function enables to memorize the detailed data of quantity and amount / price of each item dealt hourly. It is possible to calculate the proceeds and record the hourly item in any totalizer, and also it is possible to print out as an hourly item report. 2-9-1. Programming necessary files before using hourly item function. Hourly item function requires the following files to function properly, so they must be programmed before using it. See the programming manual for the details on format of individual files. – Time zone fileThis file is used to specify the time zone for the detail items individually. You can enter the starting time and the ending time of the time zone, moreover specify the cycle time that indicates an unit of the appropriate intervals. – Hourly item link file This file is used to record the Hourly item which links with the appropriate time zone. You can also specify the particular totalizer for each time zone. – Hourly itemThis file is used to store the contents of the quantity and amount of each registered item. The following seven files enable to link the data for hourly item link file: fixed totalizer, function, subdepartment, PLU, department, group, void reason.Hourly item report example Time zone file Hourly item link Start End Cycle REC No. File No. Time Time 20 items 0001 0011 A maximum of 20 records corresponds to each time zone. 004 001 Zone 08:00 12:00 01:00 • • • • 13:00 14:00 00:15 • • • • • • • • • 08:00->09:00 Hamburger 2 $2.00 French Fries 3 $1.50 ---------------------------------------- $3.50 • • • • 09:00->10:00 • • Cheese Burger 2 $3.00 Hot Coffee 2 $0.50 ---------------------------------------- $3.50 : 13:00->13:15 Apple Pie 1 $1.00 0005 012 0008 012 • • 20 items • • • • • • Hot Milk 1 $1.00 ---------------------------------------- 2-10. Time and attendance This function allows shop owners to control his / her employees’ working condition. Time & attendance require the following files. – Employee file This file is used to regulate the labor conditions. You can program the type of job, the maximum work hours in a week or shift schedule of a day per employee. – Job code file This file is used to classify the types of job. You can program the general work pay and the overtime pay ratio per job file. If some employees have a common job, you can divide the job code individually in case their pay ratio is different. – Schedule file This file is used to administrate the employees’ schedule. You can assign a starting and an ending time, a grace period, break minutes allowed, and the default job code for the shift. It is possible to record maximum 21 shifts (3 shifts × 7 days) per employee for the schedule file. Grace period – this is a period of time in minutes which allows an employee to clock-in / out before / after their scheduled times. Grace period works in conjunction with the schedule. If the scheduler is not being utilized then the grace period inputs indicated below become inactive. Grace period before start time – this input indicates how many minutes an employee may clock-in before the scheduled clock-in time. Grace period after start time – this input indicates how many minutes an employee may clock-in after the scheduled clock-in time. Grace period before end time – this input indicates how many minutes an employee may clock-out before the scheduled clock-out time. Grace period after end time – this input indicates how many minutes an employee may clock-out after the scheduled clock-out time. (See “4-1-15. Programming time & attendance” for the programming manual.) Job Start Grace Before Grace After Code Time Start Start Shift Shift Shift Shift Shift Shift End Time Break Time Grace Before End Grace After End 152324 9:00 00:15 1513:00 00:15 1516:00 00:15 159:00 00:15 1513:00 00:15 1516:00 00:15 15 12:00 10105Monday 15:00 1010518:00 1010512:00 10105Tuesday 15:00 10105••18:00 10 10 5 •• •Sunday ••• ••••••••••••• • • • Each employee can have 3 shifts per day. The schedule file can hold 7 days schedule. So, totally 21 files can be registered in this file. •••• ••••••• • R-57 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-58 Application System – Work time fileThis file is used to administrate each employees’ weekly hourly wages, work hours, and proceeds. – Time zone fileThis file is used to administrate the cycle time. You can specify the length of time zone. 2-10-1. Corresponding relations of the file Employee's job assign This function is used to assign a job to each employee. Before assigning the job, be sure to program the details of the jobs. Every employee file can link to some job code files (maximum 4 jobs), so some employees may link to the same job code file. But be sure to make individual job files if the employees work under different hourly wages. Job code Employee 1 Job 1 Employee 2 Job 2 Employee 3 Job 3 Employee 4 Job 4 Job 5 Job 6 Employee’s Schedule and total business results per week •••••• ••••••••• Schedule Employee 1 Employee 2 Employee 3 Employee 4 Work time Shift 1 Shift 2 Shift 3 Shift 1 Shift 3 Shift 1 Shift 2 Shift 3 Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Sunday Monday Monday Monday Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 2 Employee 2 Employee 2 First week First week First week First week First week Second week Second week Second week Second week First week First week First week First week First week Second week Second week Second week Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Sunday Monday Monday Monday Sunday Monday Monday Monday Tuesday Sunday Monday Monday Monday Shift 1 Shift 2 Shift 3 Shift 1 Shift 3 Shift 1 Shift 2 Shift 3 Shift 3 Shift 1 Shift 2 Shift 3 Shift 1 Shift 3 Shift 1 Shift 2 Shift 3 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 1 Employee 2 Employee 2 Employee 2 Employee 2 Employee 2 Employee 2 Employee 2 Employee 2 R-59 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-60 Application System Calculating the total wages of the employees per hour Time zone Zone 1 Cycle 1 Zone 1 Cycle 2 Zone 1 Cycle 3 Zone 2 Cycle 1 Zone 2 Cycle 2 Flow of Time & Attendance operation The following flow shows the order of time & Attendance function by pressing the specified keys: It is possible to specify one key as both <CLOCK-IN> and <CLOCK- OUT> function, or specify two keys separately. ( Refer to “4-3-7-33 Worksheet for clock- in/clock-out” in the programming manual for details.) CLOCK-IN →( BREAK-IN → BREAK-OUT ) → CLOCK-OUT 2-10-2. Clock-in operation This function is used to register the Starting work time. 2-10-2-1. Clock-in operation (1) Program: Not using the window and impossible to specify job code. Allow to specify job code = NO, Display job code window = NO (Refer to the page 54 of the programming manual.) Operation 1. XXXXXX <CLOCK-IN> When this message appears, press the <YES> key to register the start of working hours. XXXXXX Hourly/Labor Totalizer 1 Totalizer 2 Totalizer 3 Totalizer 4 Totalizer 5 REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 GLENN DEAL 11:59 AM Clock-in OK? 0.00 Employee No. 2-10-2-2. Clock-in operation (2) Program type:Allow to specify job code = YES, Display job code window = NO (Refer to the page 54 of the programming manual.) Operation REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 1. XXXXXX . YY <CLOCK-IN> When this message appears, press the <YES> key to register GLENN DEAL 11:59 AM the start of working hours. Enter the employee No. (within 6 digits), “.”(decimal point), Clock-in OK? and the job code (2 digits). 0.00 XXXXXX . YY 2-10-2-3. Clock-in operation (3) Program type:Display job code window = YES Allow to clock-in with non-preset job-code = NO (Refer to the page 54 of the programming manual.) Operation REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 CLOCK-IN 1.Cashier 2.Cook 3.Dish Washer 4.Cleaning Employee No. Job code 1. XXXXXX <CLOCK-IN> 2. Choose the appropriate Job Code from the CLOCK-IN menu, and press the <YES> key to register the start of working hours. 0.00 → Job codes that are programmed in Employee file are displayed. XXXXXX Employee No. R-61 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-62 Application System 2-10-2-4. Clock-in operation (4) Program type: Display job code window = YES Allow to clock-in with non-preset job code = YES (Refer to the page 54 of the programming manual.) Operation REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 CLOCK-IN 1.Cashier 2.Cook 3.Dish Washer 4.Cleaning 5.JOB A 6.JOB B 7.JOB C 1. XXXXXX <CLOCK-IN> 8.JOB D 2. Choose the appropriate Job Code from the CLOCK-IN menu, 0.00 and press the <YES> key to register the start of working hours. → All job codes that are programmed in job code file are displayed. XXXXXX Employee No. Receipt sample REG C01 12-31-2005 11:59 MC AM #01 001234 — Header Harrison — Employee character (16 digits) CLOCK-IN 11:59 AM — Special character (REC #29), time JOB Dish Washier — Special character (REC #33), job character If you want to change these special characters, refer to the page 112 of the programming manual. 2-10-3. Clock-out operation This function is used to register the ending work time. 2-10-3-1. Clock-out operation (1) Operation REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 GLENN DEAL 11:59 AM Clock-out OK? 0.00 1. XXXXXX <CLOCK-OUT>. 2. When this message appears, press the <YES> key to register the end of working hours. 2-10-3-2. Clock-out operation (2) Program: Tip declaration compulsory (refer to the page 53 of the programming manual.) Operation REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 Enter cash tip amount and press <YES> key. 1. XXXXXX <CLOCK-OUT>. 0.00 2. When this message appears, the employee should enter the cash tip amount, if not, it is impossible to close the accounts Receipt sample REG C01 12-31-2005 11:59 MC AM #01 001234 — Header Harrison — Employee character (16 digits) CLOCK-IN 11:59 AM — Special character (REC #29), time JOB Dish Washier — Special character (REC #33), job character CLOCK-OUT 01:59 PM — Special character (REC #30), time WORK TIME 02:45 — Special character (REC #34), working hours BREAK TIME 00:45 — Special character (REC #35), recess CASH TIP $12.34 — Special character (REC #36), cash tip amount If you want to change these special characters, refer to the page 112 of the programming manual. R-63 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-64 Application System 2-10-3-3. Break-in operation This function is used for the employees to register a recess. Operation REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 GLENN DEAL 11:59 AM Break-in OK? 1. XXXXXX <BREAK-IN>. 0.00 2. When this message appears, press the <YES> key to register the start of a recess. The receipt is not printed out, except electronic journal. 2-10-3-4. Break-out operation This function is used for the employees to register the end of a recess. Operation REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 GLENN DEAL 11:59 AM Break-out OK? 1. XXXXXX <BREAK-OUT>. 0.00 2. When this message appears, press the <YES> key to register the end of a recess. The receipt is not printed out, except electronic journal. 2-10-3-5. Manager operation When the manager operate CLOCK-IN after signing on, the manager can operate and modify any employee’s record despite of corresponding employee number. Following operations are possible to operate by the manager: Specify the job code / CLOCK-IN / CLOCK-OUT / BREAK-IN / BREAK-OUT Operating Flow Manager sign on→ CLOCK-IN/OUT operation, BREAK-IN/OUT operation→ Sign off 2-11. Sign on control This function is used to prohibit the sign-on operation by an employee who has not CLOCK-IN. The following conditions should be fixed. • Use only one terminal (master terminal) for the CLOCK-IN/OUT operation. This terminal should be connected inline to the satellite terminals. But the time and attendance work file (file 806) should be allocated to all terminals. • The clerk file’s information should be common among all the terminals. • Be sure there is a clerk who is specified as “Manager” in the clerk file. If no manager, it may be locked to operate. 2-11-1. Sign on 1. When an employee normally operate CLOCK-IN/OUT, BREAK-IN/OUT, the employee’s attendance information is sent from the main terminal to the satellite terminals. CLK#1 information CLK#2 information CLK# information CLK#3 information •• CLK#99 information Flow of sign on Sign on by Manager Sign on OK He/she is NOT in the middle of BREAK-IN CLOCK-IN Sign on by Clerk He/she is in the middle of BREAK-IN CLOCK-IN unfinished Unable to Sign on (E175 Error message appears) Sign on OK Unable to Sign on (E175 Error message appears) R-65 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-66 Application System 2-11-2. Solution to abnormality of master terminal When the satellite terminals cannot receive any information from the master terminal, the master terminal shows the error message on the window and prints out the receipt with terminal IDs that failed to communicate the data. REG 10-10-01 11:59 AM 001234 Harrison CLOCK-IN 11:59 AM JOB Dish Washier E177 Time&Attendance Data Communication Error. Please Call Manager. 0.00 Please sign on. Receipt image REG C01 12-31-2005 11:59 MC AM #01 001234 — Header Communication Error — Fixed message MC#01 XXXX — Machine ID, Error code MC#03 XXXX — Machine ID, Error code • The error message and receipt will appear whenever the sign-on is failed. If you cannot solve the inline data communication problem, program the system connection again, and remove the uncommunicative terminal. 2-11-3. Solution to abnormality of satellite terminal • When the satellite terminal cannot receive any information from the master terminal, the default CLOCK-IN/OUT information remain. In this case, only manager can sign on. • When the satellite terminal could receive the CLOCK-IN/OUT information from the master terminal only once, but failed to receive after then, the CLOCK-IN/OUT information in each satellite terminal has left in the last received condition. In such case, the last received information control employees’ sign on/off. (Manager can always sign on.) 2-11-4. Sign on compulsory When the satellite terminal cannot receive the information in spite of normal CLOCK-IN operation on the master terminal, an employee may not sign on for some reason. In such case, the manager needs the following operation. 1. Sign on by the manager (normal sign on operation.) 2. 99 xxxx <CLK#> (xxxx: the secret code of the corresponding employee, 4-digit.) 3. Sign off by the manager and the corresponding employee can sign on. Note: When the error message appeared under the employee’s CLOCK-IN operation, manager should operate above steps. 2-12. IDC (Item Data Capture) This function is used for capturing all the registered item data by the REG / REF / REG– modes. IDC file stores these captured items. If there is no record to capture item data, the new data are not captured to the IDC file. 2-12-1. Available capturing items Select the appropriate items that should be captured, and program these items into the IDC link file. The available items and their contents are indicated below. Items Contents File No.

PLU Subdepartment Department Function Pulldown group Clerk 004 • The index of the transaction. 003 003 • The report of the items/functions, or all the detailed statements. 005 005 002 026 • The index of the transaction. • The report of all the detailed statements. 007 007 007

R-67 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-68 Application System IDC function file ● : Available items to be programmed as target for IDC. O : IDC target – : Out of target Function Code Function Code NOP 000 – ● Cash amount tendered 001 O ● Charge 002 O ● Check 003 O ● Credit 004 O ● Food stamp tender 005 O ● New balance *12 006 O ● EBT tender 007 O Price inquiry 008 – Stock inquiry 009 – ● Text recall *11 010 O ● Text print *11 011 O Check print 012 – Clerk transfer 013 – ● Table transfer *10 014 O ● Tip 015 O Normal receipt 016 O ● Loan 019 O ● Received on account 020 O ● Paid out 021 O ● Pick up 022 O ● Coupon 023 O ● Deposit 025 O ● Minus 027 O ● Discount 028 O ● Plus 029 O ● Premium 030 O Refund *1 033 O ● Error correct/Void *3 034 O Coupon 2 *1 036 O Validation 037 – Receipt 038 – Check endorsement 039 – ● Non-add *11 040 O ● Non-add/No sale *4/11 041 O No sale 042 – No. of customer *5 043 O Arrangement *6 044 O Currency exchange *1 045 O VAT 046 – Bill 047 – PLU *7 048 – Function Code Price 049 – ● Department 051 O Slip back feed/Release 054 – Slip 055 – Slip feed/Release 056 – Tax status shift *1 057 O Table number *5 058 O Food stamp shift *1 059 O Declaration 061 – ● Tax exempt 062 O ● Flat PLU 063 O Menu shift 064 – Shift PLU *1 065 O Open 067 – Open 2 068 – First unit price *1 069 O Second unit price *7 070 O Clerk number *5 072 O Operator read/reset 073 – ● Tray total *13 074 O ● Subtotal *8 075 O Receipt On/Off 076 – Taxable amount subtotal 077 – Operator number 078 – Merchandise subtotal *8 080 O Food stamp subtotal 081 – Multiplication *1 082 O Quantity/For *1 083 O Square *1 084 O Selective item subtotal *2 085 O Cube *1 090 O New check 091 – Old check 092 – New/Old check 093 – Add check *9 094 – Separate check *9 095 – Two zero (00) 096 – Three zero (000) 097 – Decimal point 098 – OBR *7 103 – Clock-in/out 108 – Break-in/out 109 – Coupon number 110 – Substitution 111 – Ketten Bon *1 113 O House Bon *1 114 O Post entry 115 – Round repeat 116 – Open check 117 – ● Media change 118 O Seat number 119 – Display On/Off 120 – Mode 124 – ● Eat-in 128 O ● Takeout 129 O ● Store 130 O Recall 131 – ● Subdepartment 133 O Subdepartment number *7 134 – Department number *7 135 – List *7 136 – List number *7 137 – Dutch account 140 – Customer No. *5 148 O Payment *5 149 O Numerics (0 ~ 9) 201 – Clear 202 – Reverse display 206 – Electronic journal display 207 – Escape 211 – Yes 212 – No 213 – Left arrow (←) 214 – Right arrow (→) 215 – Up arrow (↑) 216 – Down arrow (↓) 217 – Home 218 – Display mode 219 – Page down 220 – Page up 221 – ● Cancel 236 O Item search 248 – Order character change 252 – Location change 260 – Table sharing 261 – *1 This function itself is not captured. But it is captured with the captured items or functions. *2 Selective item subtotal is captured with selective item discount or premium. *3 1. Error correct is not captured. 2. This function itself is not captured. But it is captured with voided items. 3. Void reason is also captured. *4 No sale is not captured. *5 These functions (items) are captured in header record. *6 This function itself is not captured. But the functions that are executed by this function are captured. *7 This function is not captured. But item itself might be an IDC target. *8 When the option (printed when the key is pressed) is selected, it is captured. *9 Transferred items by the add check and the separate check are not captured. *10 ST transfer is not captured. *11 This function is captured only in the sales registration. *12 This function is captured only in the check tracking registration. During clerk interrupt operation, this is not captured. *13 Tray total is captured when it is pressed twice. R-69 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-70 Application System 2-12-2. Set up the IDC start / end Specify IDC Start or IDC End in manager mode. IDC does not start if you not allocate necessary files for IDC. • When IDC function is stopped, you can restart IDC by performing FC or INIT 2 (Refer to the page 10 of the programming manual.) Operation Item Data Capture Item Data Capture YES 0.00 Note: 1. If you stop the IDC when the IDC file is full of items, you can stop the error alarm without clearing any registered data. 2. The necessary files for IDC • File 036 (Registration buffer) • File 063 (IDC buffer) • File 057~ 059 (IDC file) • File 804 (IDC link file) 2-12-3. How to memorize the captured items Flow of the transferring data 1. Program: “Store data = Whole transaction” (refer to the page 56 of the programming manual.) Example PLU 0001———> Memorized all the transaction into the IDC file (1) PLU 0002———> Memorized into IDC file (2) PLU 0003———> Memorized into IDC file (2) IDC Buffer IDC file (1) PLU 0001 Header PLU 0002 PLU 0001 PLU 0003 Header PLU 0002 Total Header PLU 0003 Header Total IDC file (2) Header PLU 0002 Header PLU 0003 2. Program: “Store data = Item only” (refer to the page 56 of the programming manual.) When an appropriate item is selected, this item and the header will be captured (see the illustration below). Example PLU 0001———> Memorized into IDC file (1) PLU 0002———> Memorized into IDC file (2) PLU 0003———> Memorized into IDC file (2) IDC Buffer IDC file (1) PLU 0001 Header PLU 0002 PLU 0001 PLU 0003 Total IDC file (2) Header PLU 0002 Header PLU 0003 R-71 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-72 Application System 2-12-4. IDC data file structure Top record (Top record of each IDC file) 0 12 24 50 Allocated record number Used record number Header 0 8 11 13 16 19 21 # -remotsuC1 *# -eliF4 *s utatsm etIy titnauQt nuomAe cirpt inUd esUt oNmodnaR2 31 36 41 4847 50 e taDl atott eNe docd esUt oN1 26 D Ic Ml atotbuSt nemyaP1 0x att uohtiw# -kcehCl atotbuSe vitucesnoCx ath tiwModeD4: D3: 01 = REG, 02 = REF, 03 = REG– D2: D1: 00 = Normal, 01 = Training . oNe doM# -krelCe miTf or ebmuNm etid eshcrupd esUt oNPayment D2: D1: 00: Non-payment, 01: Payment Item Item (PLU / Subdepartment / Department) Function Cash, Charge, Check, Credit 1 *# -ceRy ekE C# -ceRClerk-# D6: D5: Clerk #; newly created this check D4: D3: Clerk #; last opened this check D2: D1: Clerk #; opening this check 0 1 2 3 5 28 50 DIc M3 07 1*# -ceR3 *s utatsx aT9 11 13 18 23 30 32 35 p uorgn wodlluP# -cer0 1 2 3 57 9 14 50 D Ic M3 01 *# -eliF1 *# -eliFs sorGg niredneTy titnauqn it nuoman gierofy cnerruc19 t nuomAl atoT24 29 30 g niredneTn it nuomal acoly cnerruce gnahCt nuomAd esUt oNFood stamp tender, EBT tender 0 1 23 5 7 12 17 22 2728 50 Totaling 0: Total Type operation, 1: Change operation, 2: Partial tender operation New balance 0 1 32 5 7 12 17 50 D Ic M3 01 *# -ceR*1 ~ *4: Refer to the last page of this section. s sorGt nuomad esUt oN New 0 1 32 5 7 balance 12 fee 50 D Ic M301 *# -eliFe cnalabw eN1 *# -ceRe efd esUt oNCashing a check 0 1 32 5 7 14 19 24 29 50 D Ic M3 01 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRd esUt oNt nuomAd erednetg nihsaCe efk cehca e gnahCt nuomad esUt oNText print, Text recall 0 1 2 3 5 747 50 D Ic M301 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRd esUt oNTable transfer 0 1 23 5 7 12 18 24 50 D Ic M301 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRTip T Sl anigirO# -kcehcweN# -kcehcd esut oND Ic M301 *# -ceRt nuomA0 1 23 5 7 12 50 1 *# -eliFd esut oNLoan / Pickup 0 1 2 3 5 7 12 50 D Ic M301 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRt nuomA*1 ~ *4: Refer to the last page of this section. d esut oN2 Received on account / Paid out / Deposit 0 1 3 5 7 12 50 D Ic M301 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRt nuomAd esut oN R-73 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-74 Application System + / - / Coupon 0 1 2 3 5 7 9 11 16 21 26 50 %+ / %- 0 1 2 3 5 7 9 11 16 21 26 31 50 D Ic M304 *s utatsm etI. oNt nuomAe cirPe taR1 *# -eliF1 *# -ceR3 *s utatsx aTd esUt oN%+ / %- after selective item subtotal 0 1 2 3 5 7 9 16 21 26 31 50 Selective 1: Selective item status-# item 1 2: Selective item 2 # print (# or #/NS) 0 1 2 3 5 7 12 14 50 D Ic M301 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRr ebmuNs erugiFd esut oNTax exempt 0 1 2 3 5 7 9 14 19 24 29 34 39 50 D Ic M30e lbxaT1 t nuomae lbaxaT2 t nuomae lbaxaT3 t nuomae lbaxaT4 t nuomae lbaxaT1 *# -eliF5 t nuoma1 *# -ceRe lbaxaT3 *s utatsx aT6 t nuomae lbaxAT7 t nuoma44 d esUt oNField name Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable Tax system amount 1 amount 2 amount 3 amount 4 amount 5 amount 6 amount 7 VAT U.S. TA1 TA1 TA2 TA2 TA3 TA3 TA4 -- TA5 -- TA6 -- TA7 -- Canada TA1 TA2 TA1 & 2 TA3 TA1 & 3 TA4 TA1 & 4 Singapore TA1 TA1 & 3 TA2 TA 2 & 3 TA3 -- -- ST / MDST 0 1 23 5 7 12 17 22 24 50 D Ic M301 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRl atotbuSt nuomad etnirPl atotbust nuomal atotbuSt nuomaE Cr etfay ekE C# -cerd esUt oN*1 ~ *4: Refer to the last page of this section. Media change / Tray total 0 1 2 3 5 7 50 1 *# -eliFStore D Ic M301 *# -eliFEat-in / Takeout Cancel 1 *# -ceRD Ic M30d esUt oN1 *# -ceR# -kcehCd esUt oN0 1 3 5 7 12 50 l atotbuSd esUt oN2 18 24 t nuoma0 1 32 5 7 12 50 D IC M301 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRt nuomAd esUt oN0 1 325 7 12 50 D IC M301 *# -eliF1 *# -ceRt nuomAd esUt oNLoyalty discount 0 1 2 7 9 16 21 26 50 D Ic M3 31 30d esUt oNmetie vitceleS# -sutats*1 File-#, Rec-#: These are stored in Hexa-decimal. If the data is “ABCD”, it means “CDAB”. *2 Type: It means record type, refer to 2-12-5 IDC data type section of this manual. *3 Tax status: • Single tax/VAT b1: T/S1, b2: T/S2, b3: T/S3, b4: T/S4, b5: T/S5, b6: T/S6, b7: T/S7, b8: T/S8, b9: T/S9, b10: T/S10 • U.S. or Singapore b1: T/S1, b2: T/S2, b3: T/S3, b4: F/S • Canada b1: T/S1, b2: T/S2, b3: T/S3, b4: T/S4, b9: Donuts tax *4 Item status: b6~: not used, b5: 2nd@registration, b4: house Bon registration, b3: <COUPON2> registration, b2: <REFUND> registration, b1: <VOID> registration d esUt oNt nuomAe taRt nuocsiDt nuomad esUt oNSelective 0: ST %- item status-# 1: Selective item 1 %- 2: Selective item 2 %- R-75 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-76 Application System 2-12-5. IDC data type Type of data Type Capture item DTLTYPE_SDEPT 0A Main item : Subdepartment DTLTYPE_DEPT 0F Main item : Department DTLTYPE_PLU 14 Main item : PLU DTLTYPE_SET_FIX 19 Dependent item : Set-menu/child (fixed) DTLTYPE_SET_SEL 1E Dependent item : Set-menu/child (option) DTLTYPE_COND 23 Dependent item : Condiment * DTLTYPE_PREP 28 Dependent item : Preparation DTLTYPE_ITEM_PLUS 3C Dependent item (discount) : item + DTLTYPE_ITEM_MINUS 3D Dependent item (discount) : item - DTLTYPE_ITEM_CPN 3E Dependent item (discount) : item CPN DTLTYPE_ITEM_P_PLUS 3F Dependent item (discount) : item %+ DTLTYPE_ITEM_P_MINUS 40 Dependent item (discount) : item %- DTLTYPE_CASH 47 Finalize : Cash DTLTYPE_CHARGE 48 Finalize : Charge DTLTYPE_CHECK 49 Finalize : Check DTLTYPE_CREDIT 4A Finalize : Credit DTLTYPE_NBCHKTRC 50 NB (check tracking) operation DTLTYPE_NBTBLTR 52 NB (table transferring) operation DTLTYPE_CANCEL 55 Cancel DTLTYPE_TBLTR 56 Table transfer DTLTYPE_NBFEE 57 NB fee DTLTYPE_STORE 58 Store DTLTYPE_ST_PLUS 64 ST + DTLTYPE_ST_MINUS 65 ST - DTLTYPE_ST_CPN 66 ST CPN DTLTYPE_ST_P_PLUS 67 ST %+ DTLTYPE_ST_P_MINUS 68 ST %- DTLTYPE_SIST_PERCENT_PLUS 69 SIST + DTLTYPE_SIST_PERCENT_MINUS 6A SIST - DTLTYPE_ST 6F ST DTLTYPE_MDST 70 MDST DTLTYPE_PRT_CHAR 71 PRINT CHAR DTLTYPE_SHARP 73 # Print DTLTYPE_TIP 74 Tip DTLTYPE_DEPO 75 Deposit DTLTYPE_TXEX 76 Tax exempt DTLTYPE_EATIN 77 Eat-in DTLTYPE_TAKEOUT 78 Takeout DTLTYPE_TRAYTTL 79 Tray total DTLTYPE_RC 96 RC DTLTYPE_PD 97 PD DTLTYPE_MEDIA_CHG 98 Medial change DTLTYPE_GET_MONEY 99 Media change (get) DTLTYPE_PUT_MONEY 9A Media change (put) DTLTYPE_LOAN 9B Loan DTLTYPE_PICKUP 9C Pick up DTLTYPE_FIN_LOANPICKUP 9D Finalize loan/pick up DTLTYPE_AMOUNT_EXCHANGE 9E Currency exchange DTLTYPE_CASH_IN_CHECK 9F Cashing a check DTLTYPE_CUST_DISCOUNT AA Loyalty discount * Includes the item registered as a child PLU 2-12-6. Transferring IDC It is possible to do collection of IDC files through inline system. Refer to the terminal structure as below. PC Via COM 1 port of the master terminal (direct/Modem) or Inline (Ethernet) Collection Master Satellite Satellite Flow of the transferring IDC 1. PC sends Z-lock command by using job command to collection master. PC enables to check the Z-lock confirmation. 2. PC sends the consolidation command by using Job command to collect IDC files from all satellite terminals. 3. Collection master receives the IDC data from each satellite in order. PC enables to check whether the collection master has finished the job. 4. PC sends the Z-command or X-command to the collection master. 5. PC receives the collection data from consolidation file. If the Z-command has issued at step 4, consolidation file in the collection master are all reset. Data transferring flow IDC data in each terminal totalizer is appended to the consolidation file individually. Consolidation file (in Collection Master)

Master file Copy Data from Master Totalizer Data from Master Totalizer Append Data from Satellite (1) Satellite (1) file Append Data from Satelite (2) Data from Satelite (2)

B B Satellite (2) file B Notes: B Just after IDC starts, the total file is cleared to receive new data. B Just after the receiving is over, the data is remained in the consolidation file. To clear this data, send the Z-command or the file-clear command to the collection master from the PC. (Set “No”, to “Reset consolidation total after inline consolidation” in the programming the communication in the machine feature programming. B In case of collection Z, all of the IDC files in the satellite terminals are cleared. R-77 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-78 Application System 2-13. Electronic journal There are two types of electronic journal. One is “normal” electronic journal, the other is “intelligent” electronic journal. The “normal” electronic journal stores all operations such as registration, report issuing and programming, but the “intelligent” electronic journal stores only registration. And the “intelligent” electronic journal stores one receipt when the transaction is finalized (not stored at new balance). You can select the “normal” or the “intelligent” electronic journal by allocating the “normal” electronic journal file (file-048 and -648) or the “intelligent” electronic journal file (file-050 and -650) Electronic journal is stored in the terminal memory, so it is possible to print journal (electronic journal report) by date or by consecutive number. And since the journal data is stored in the memory, you can collect journal data from all terminals in the system. Also, you can issue receipt and guest receipt from electronic journal. 2-13-1. Storing electronic journal The electronic journal starts automatically and it ends if the journal memory becomes full. When the memory becomes full, the terminal alerts end error which you can select to alert or not to alert by programming. Refer to the page 38 of the programming manual. Notes: Even if the electronic journal memory is full, registrations are not disturbed. 2-13-2. Issuing electronic journal report You can issue both type of the electronic journal read or reset report by date or by consecutive number. Refer to the page 145 of this manual. 2-13-3. Displaying electronic journal and producing guest receipts after sales Pressing the <EJ DISP> key shows the most recent transactions. You can go to older transactions by pressing the <PAGE UP> key while newer transactions by the <PAGE DOWN> key. And also you can move lines in a transaction by the <↑> or <↓> key. During displaying an transaction, you can issue the post receipt of this transaction by pressing the <RECEIPT> key. If the guest receipt in the original transaction was issued you can get the copy of the guest receipt by pressing the <RECEIPT> key. 2-13-4. Transferring electronic journal memory It is possible to do collection of electronic journal files through inline system. Refer to the terminal structure illustrated below. Flow of the transferring electronic journal 1. PC sends the collection command by using Job command to collect electronic journal file from a satellite terminal. 2. Collection master receives the electronic journal data from a satellite. PC enables to check whether the collection master has finished the job. 3. PC sends the data send command to the collection master for the collected electronic journal data. 4. PC receives the collection data from the master. If the Z-command has issued at step 3, electronic journal file in the satellite is all reset. 5. Repeat step 1 ~ 4 for all satellites. Data transferring flow Electronic journal data in each terminal is appended to the consolidation file individually. Satellite (1) file Satellite (2) file B B B PC Via COM 1 port of the master terminal (direct/Modem) or Inline (Ethernet) Collection Master Satellite Satellite Copy Consolidation file (in Collection Master) Satellite (1) PC Copy Satellite (2) Copy B B B File 048 and 648 for “normal” electronic journal. File 050 and 650 for “intelligent” electrionic journal. R-79 QT-6100 Reference Manual R-80 Application System


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