Delta TE-4000 User Manual

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Summary of Contents

Page 1

QQuuiicckk SSeett UUpp GGuuiiddee TTEE--44000000//44550000 SShhaarreedd CChheecckk TTrraacckkiinngg FFllooaattiinngg CClleerrkk &&

Page 2

Loading the IPL via PC Plug your PRL-CB2 RS-232 standard lap link cable in to Com 1 Wiring diagram Load CV-10 to your PC This file can be fou

Page 3

You should see this screen (1) Set the Com direction to IPL (2) Set Communication line to online (3) Select profile name TE-4000.ini (4) Select t

Page 4 - Cable Specifications

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 33 IINNIITTIIAALLIISSIINNGG TTHHEE TTEERRMMIINNAALL QUICK SET UP 2 Turn the key to program Switch the power switch off at th

Page 5

How to Initialises the cash register in detail 13

Page 6

Enter 10820 for clerk push down buttons Enter 10830 for clerk secret numbers Press sub-total to detect machine number automatically Or Enter mac

Page 7 - Hardware Specification

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 44 MMEEMMOORRYY AALLLLOOCCAATTIIOONN Quick set up 3 Setting up the memory allocation for shared clerk interrupt, check tracking a

Page 8

Memory allocation File definition codes Enter the file code 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 before the file number The new files in the memory allocation File

Page 9

Memory Allocation sheets System files Check files Clerk files Scanning files 17

Page 10

Program / Buffer files 18

Page 11 - On the cash register

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 55 FFRREEEE FFUUNNCCTTIIOONN KKEEYYSS QUICK SET UP 4 The following instructions will allow you to program the function keys need

Page 12

2TK- 4000 QUICK SET UP GUIDE CHAPTERS Chapter 1 Hardware and Cable Specifications Chapter 2 Loading the IPL Via CF Card and PC Chapter 3 Ini

Page 13

Assigning Function Keys 20

Page 14

Keyboard Worksheet New Function Key CLOCK IN/OUT which is used for the time and attendance function 21

Page 15

22Function keys for Pubs and Restaurants Add Check (94) This function allows two open checks to be added together Arrangement key (44) This fun

Page 16 - Memory allocation

23New Balance (06) This function is used to temporally finalise or hold a transaction New / Old Check (93) This function is used to open Checks

Page 17 - Memory Allocation sheets

24Table transfer (014) This function allows you to transfer from one table to another. If you program the status bit (1000000) to the function key

Page 18 - Program / Buffer files

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 66 SSEETTTTIINNGG UUPP TTHHEE IINN--LLIINNEE NNEETTWWOORRKK QUICK SET UP GUIDE 5 This set up is designed for four terminal

Page 19

Setting up the In-Line network in detail To set up the in-line network you must install the I/O PB-17 boards into each terminal. There are 2 types

Page 20 - Assigning Function Keys

After all the terminals have MC#1, MC#2, MC#3, MC#4 You need to program the system connection table in each terminal to tell each machine what job

Page 21 - New Function Key

Example For a 4 terminal system you would program the following in the In-Line connection table Record 1-91 Master Terminal = 1100 Record 2-91 1

Page 22

Explanation of different types of check tracking systems Master and Satellite/Slave system Master Satellite Satellite In this type of

Page 23

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 11 HHAARRDDWWAARREE CCOONNFFIIGGUURRAATTIIOONN 3

Page 24

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 77 SSEETTTTIINNGG UUPP SSHHAARREEDD CCHHEECCKK TTRRAACCKKIINNGG QUICK SET UP GUIDE 6 Make sure files 15 and 60 are allocated i

Page 25

Setting up Shared check tracking in detail If you plan to use clerk interrupt and check tracking you must follow the procedures below In order

Page 26

Turn the key to program 2622 100000 Master recovery procedure to reconnect the network Note: MGR Mode is X position Busy check reset pr

Page 27

If you are using clerk interrupt and check tracking If you are using clerk interrupt and check tracking together For example You sign on a clerk

Page 28

Use the procedure below to program the Table Clerk Turn the key to program Enter Clerk Number (Record Number) followed by 07 then enter 67 Sub

Page 29

To add to a check/table more than once To be able to add to an occupied or used check you must set the Table Transfer key status digit 7 = 1 Use

Page 30

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 88 SSEETTTTIINNGG UUPP FFLLOOAATTIINNGG CCLLEERRKK IINNTTEERRRRUUPPTT QUICK SET UP 7 Setting up the 2722 code to allow clerk i

Page 31

How to set up floating clerk Interrupt in detail Make sure you have set up the In-line network from the above notes, Also please make sure that you h

Page 32

Note: The clerk interrupt buffers are set for the first 15 clerks when you initialise the cash register terminal with 10820/10830 How to assign a cle

Page 33

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 99 SSEETTTTIINNGG UUPP SSHHAARREEDD PPRRIINNTTIINNGG Quick set up 8 Make sure files 35, 49, 93 are allocated 35 (remote pri

Page 34

Cable Specifications There are two types of In-line cables that can be used (1) Casio In-line (ARCNET Selector switch 1) (2) Cat-5A (Selector switc

Page 35

How to set up shared printing in detail Turn the key to program Note the first three records of file 93 should not be changed unless you are c

Page 36

Setting up Com port 2/3 for External printing Turn the key to program Program 0198 for Com 1 Program 0298 for Com 2 Program 0398 for Com 3

Page 37

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 1100 SSEETTTTIINNGG UUPP TTIIMMEE && AATTTTEENNDDEENNCCEE Quick set up 8 Make sure you have allocated files 19 and f

Page 38

Time and attendance in detail First program the employee file from the worksheet below Turn the key to program Operation of time and attendan

Page 39

Clock In/Out function worksheet To take the time and attendance report 44

Page 40

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 1111 SSEETTTTIINNGG UUPP GGRRAAPPHHIICC LLOOGGOO’’SS Go to the dealer companion CD Double click on the QT & TE Range

Page 41 - External printer 1

Double click the TE4000F or TE-4500 folder Inside this folder you will see the following files Double click the logo folder Paste the Casio gr

Page 42

Click on the OK button on the data maintenance screen Click on the OK button on the user maintenance screen You should now see this screen

Page 43 - Turn the key to program

You should now see the two logo’s that you pasted to the logo folder Set the file number on the software you wish to send down to the cash register

Page 44

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 1122 CCFF CCAARRDD OOPPTTIIOONNSS 49

Page 46

In-Line send and receive 50

Page 47

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 1133 DDAALLLLAASS KKEEYYSS Dallas key Installation Dallas key programming For Non-magnetic Dallas keys you don’t nee

Page 48

For magnetic Dallas keys you need to program two more options Follow the two procedures below To enable auto new balance for magnetic Dallas keys

Page 49

To allow use of magnetic Dallas keys Turn to program mode 2722 1100000000 53

Page 50

CCHHAAPPTTEERR 1144 EERRRROORR CCOODDEESS 54

Page 53

Hardware Specification This diagram shows the hardware options for the TE-4000/4500 The shared items are all optional 7

Page 54

8 CCHHAAPPTTEERR 22 LLOOAADDIINNGG TTHHEE IIPPLL QUICK SET UP 1 Required equipment A PC and a CF card A PRL-CB2 (RS232 / Laplink cable) (1

Page 55

Loading the IPL via the CF card to the terminal Go to the dealer companion CD Double click on the TE-3000-4000-4500 IPL folder Copy the file be

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