Question about Casio TE-2400 Electronic Cash Register
Department names have been set by the shop I bought it from years ago...I think I have managed to relocate the plus to 4 categories as we are now a new business but I can't change the category names and they now make no sense to the new business...not sure how I check if my reallocation has worked or not...thank you so much..this website is so helpful
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PLU and department Casio TE 2000
Your machine comes standard with 24 department buttons on the keyboard, and PLUs by memory location. It is hard to explain simply, but the basic idea is that a department is designed as a category key, and a PLU (Price Look Up) is designed for specific items with an attached price. As your machine has a pricing function for departments, you really don't need PLUs on such a simple machine.
What I'm really saying is the keyboard has departments on it which can be set with a name and price so that they can be one touch buttons to bring up name and price with a touch, or you can have them open price (where an item has no preset price, so you type the price each time). If you need a lot more than 24 item buttons, you will have to do the rest by code numbers, as this is only a basic machine.
Just let me know how many items you wish to enter into it, and I'll tell you how to program it.
The tables you are referring to with a+b=c etc. are the machine features, or system programming. These are the important settings that tell the machine what things to print, how the function keys will operate, security settings etc. These are mainly for us dealers, as they are written in tech speak as you can see. I don't recommend changing any of them unless you need to, as you can get into a mess. If you tell me anything that doesn't work how you would like, I can help you to set the machine features where necessary.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
SOURCE: casio TE-2200
Ok, currently u must have used the default 25 buttons as department keys for your items on the TE2200 right?
If u said, the CUSTOMER receipt prints out Department info, what kind of info are they? Can u type out a sample?
Usually, if ur biz sells fewer than 30 items, then the 25 department can be used as PLUs coz Department buttons can have a descriptor & price if u programmed it properly.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Hi. I'm afraid this is not a 'basic requirement' of a cash register. You are working with a very complicated area of cash registers that only the medium to high end machines can even do. If you are getting stuck already, then you will not be able to work out the more complex batch processing areas of scanning either.
Your dealer should have setup the majority of this for you before you left their store (especially the keyboard layout issue and keysheet for the keyboard), then you would normally receive extensive training if you are going to be making program changes yourself in future.
You will need to learn about the difference between flat PLUs and scanning PLUs, 'Not found PLUs' like you have run into so far, then deletion techniques, PLU status programming, manual entry using OBR method etc. The book is only a guide to what you should have learnt during training. You really need to go back to the dealer and get a training session. They should be able to sort out all of these problems for you. It will take a one on one demo to fully train the ins and outs of full scanning systems.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
The previous owner just had PLUs linked to the depts that suited them.
to link PLUs to depts,
Turn key to Program mode.
Now type the PLU number you want to link. E.g if you want to link PLU 6, then press 6 on the number pad (don't press the actual PLU, just type its number on the number pad)
Now press the button marked PLU. It should be near the other function buttons.
Now type the department number to link to. Use two digits. E.g to link to dept 5, type 05 on the number pad.
As for NO SALE button, does it actually show the command NO SALE, or NS on the display when you press it? It may have been removed from the keyboard. Does the drawer open when you finish a sale normally?
There is normally a setting in key features for VAT breakdown on the CASH button. Make sure this is set so that it prints the breakdown. Add on means you sell at a tax exclusive price and the tax is added on to that by the register. Add in means you sell at a tax inclusive price and want the register to show how much of it was tax.
Hope this helps. See how you get on.
If anyone needs a Casio TE2200 or TE-2400 manual, try here: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio4.php
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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