XE-A137 (serv.man3). XE-A137 Operation Manual - Sharp ECR User Guide / Operation Manual

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ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
FULL DETAILED INSTRUCTION MANUAL
SHARP ELECTRONICS (Europe) GmbH
Postbox 105504
20038 Hamburg, Germany
XE-A137/XE-A147
MODEL
XE-A137
XE-A147
CAUTION: 
The cash register should be securely fitted to the supporting platform to avoid instability when the drawer 
is open.
CAUTION:
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
VORSICHT:
Die Netzsteckdose muß nahe dem Gerät angebracht und leicht zugänglich sein.
ATTENTION:
La prise de courant murale devra être installée à proximité de l’équipement et devra être facilement 
accessible.
AVISO:
El tomacorriente debe estar instalado cerca del equipo y debe quedar bien accesible.
VARNING:
Det matande vägguttaget skall placeras nära apparaten och vara lätt åtkomligt.
LET OP:
Het stopcontact dient in de buurt van de kassa en gemakkelijk toegangbaar te zijn.
CAUTION:
For a complete electrical disconnection pull out the AC adapter.
VORSICHT:
Zur vollständigen elektrischen Trennung vom Netz den AC Adapter.
ATTENTION:
Pour obtenir une mise hors-circuit totale, débranchez l’adaptateur secteur.
AVISO:
Para una desconexión eléctrica completa, desenchufar el adaptador de CA.
VARNING:
För att helt koppla från strömmen, dra ut nätadaptern.
LET OP:
Maak de netspanningsadapter los om de stroomtoevoer volledig uit te schakelen.
1
INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for your purchase of the SHARP Electronic Cash Register, Model XE-A137/XE-A147.
Please read this manual carefully before operating your machine in order to gain full understanding of functions 
and features.
Please keep this manual for future reference.  It will help you if you encounter any operational problems.
CAUTION!
Never install the batteries into the cash register before initializing it.  Before you start operating the cash 
register, you must first initialize it, then install three new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size) on the register.  
Otherwise, distorted memory contents and malfunction of the cash register will occur.  For this procedure, please 
refer to pages 7 to 8.
IMPORTANT
• Be very careful when removing and replacing the printer cover, as the cutter mounted on it is very 
sharp.
• Install the cash register in a location not subject to direct sunlight, unusual temperature changes, high 
humidity, splashing water or dust and sand.
  Installation in such locations could cause damage to the cabinet, the electronic components and other precision 
components.
• Never operate the register with wet hands.
  The water could seep into the interior of the register and cause component failure.
• When cleaning your register, use a dry, soft cloth.  Never use solvents, such as benzine and/or thinner.
  The use of such chemicals will lead to discoloration or deterioration of the cabinet.
• The register plugs into any standard wall outlet (official (nominal) voltage).
  Other electrical devices on the same electrical circuit could cause the register to malfunction.
• For protection against data loss, please install three alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size) after initializing 
the cash register.  When handling the batteries, please observe the following:
  Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the cash register.
• RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.     
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
• Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (–) poles of each battery are facing in the proper direction 
for installation.
• Never mix batteries of different types.
• Never mix old batteries and new ones.
• Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
• Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the cash register for long periods.
• Should a battery leak, clean out the battery compartment immediately, taking care to avoid letting 
the battery fluid come into direct contact with your skin.
• For battery disposal, follow the corresponding law in your country.
• For complete electrical disconnection, disconnect the AC adapter.
• Be sure to use the attached AC adapter.  Otherwise, an electric shock or fire may be caused.
2
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 1
IMPORTANT .................................................................................................................................................. 1
CONTENTS ................................................................................................................................................... 2
PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................ 4
1  External View ........................................................................................................................................ 4
2  Printer ................................................................................................................................................... 4
3  Mode Switch and Mode key .................................................................................................................. 5
4  Keyboard .............................................................................................................................................. 5
5  Display .................................................................................................................................................. 6
6  Drawer Lock Key .................................................................................................................................. 6
PREPARING THE CASH REGISTER ........................................................................................................... 7
1  Initializing the Cash Register ................................................................................................................ 7
2  Installing Batteries ................................................................................................................................ 8
3  Installing a Paper Roll ........................................................................................................................... 9
HELP FUNCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 10
BASIC FUNCTION PROGRAMMING ......................................................................................................... 11
1  Abbreviations and Terminology ............................................................................................................11
2  Prior to Programming ...........................................................................................................................11
3  Language Selection ............................................................................................................................ 13
4  Date and Time Programming .............................................................................................................. 13
5  Tax Programming ................................................................................................................................ 14
6  Department Programming .................................................................................................................. 15
7  PLU (Price Look-Up) and Subdepartment Programming ................................................................... 18
8  Text Programming ............................................................................................................................... 20
BASIC SALES ENTRY (Example) ............................................................................................................. 22
1  Basic Sales Entry ................................................................................................................................ 22
2  PLU Sales Entry ................................................................................................................................. 23
CORRECTION ............................................................................................................................................. 24
1  Cancellation of the Numeric Entry ...................................................................................................... 24
2  Correction of the Last Entry (direct void) ............................................................................................ 24
3  Correction of the Next-to-last or Earlier Entry (indirect void) .............................................................. 25
4  Subtotal Void ....................................................................................................................................... 25
5  Correction after Finalizing a Transaction (Void mode) ........................................................................ 26
FULL SALES REPORT (X or Z REPORT) ................................................................................................. 27
OTHER BASIC SALES ENTRIES .............................................................................................................. 29
1  Additional Information for BASIC SALES ENTRY .............................................................................. 29
2  Error Warning...................................................................................................................................... 29
3  Starting Cash Memory (SCM) Entry ................................................................................................... 30
4  Item Entries ......................................................................................................................................... 31
5  Display of Subtotal .............................................................................................................................. 34
6  Finalization of Transaction .................................................................................................................. 35
7  Computation of VAT (Value Added Tax)/Tax ....................................................................................... 37
OPTIONAL FEATURES .............................................................................................................................. 39
1  Auxiliary Entries .................................................................................................................................. 39
2  Auxiliary Payment Treatment .............................................................................................................. 40
3  Special Printing Function .................................................................................................................... 42
PRIOR TO PROGRAMMING ...................................................................................................................... 43
AUXILIARY FUNCTION PROGRAMMING ................................................................................................. 45
1  Miscellaneous Key Programming ....................................................................................................... 45
2  Other Text Programming ..................................................................................................................... 49
3
ADVANCED FUNCTION PROGRAMMING ................................................................................................ 52
1  Register Number and Consecutive Number Programming ................................................................ 52
2  Various Function Selection Programming 1 ........................................................................................ 53
3  Various Function Selection Programming 2 ........................................................................................ 61
4  EURO Programming ........................................................................................................................... 63
5  Reading Stored Programs .................................................................................................................. 66
READING (X) AND RESETTING (Z) OF SALES TOTALS ......................................................................... 68
1  Summary of Reading (X) and Resetting (Z) Reports .......................................................................... 68
2  Daily Sales Totals ............................................................................................................................... 69
EJ REPORT READING AND RESETTING ................................................................................................. 70
EURO MIGRATION FUNCTION .................................................................................................................. 71
SD CARD FUNCTION ................................................................................................................................. 74
OPERATOR MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................... 76
1  In Case of Power Failure .................................................................................................................... 76
2  In Case of Printer Error ....................................................................................................................... 76
3  Cautions in Handling the Printer and Recording Paper ...................................................................... 76
4  Replacing the Batteries ....................................................................................................................... 77
5  Replacing the Paper Roll .................................................................................................................... 78
6  Removing a Paper Jam ...................................................................................................................... 79
7  Cleaning the Printer (Printer Head / Sensor / Roller) .......................................................................... 79
8  Removing the Drawer ......................................................................................................................... 80
9  Opening the Drawer by Hand ............................................................................................................. 80
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE ............................................................................................................ 81
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................................... 82
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PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
1
  External View
Plug the AC adapter connector into the AC 
adapter jack, then plug the AC adapter into 
the wall outlet.
Cheque slot
Printer cover
Display
Mode switch
RS-232 connector
(Only for the XE-A147)
Option battery shutter 
(for the XE-A1BT)
(Only for the XE-A147)
SD card slot 
(Important: For SD type card 
SDHC 4GB to 32GB)
AC adapter jack
Drawer lock
Drawer
Keyboard
AC adapter
AC adapter connector
Reset switch (Only for the XE-A147)
Doing so may damage or delete the data.
DO NOT push the reset switch unless 
instructed to do.
2
  Printer
The printer is a receipt (one station) type thermal printer, and therefore it does 
not require any type of ink ribbon or cartridge. The average life of the printer is 
approximately 5 million lines.
When removing the printer cover, lift up its rear.
When installing the printer cover, hook it on the pawls on the cabinet and shut it.
Caution: The paper cutter is mounted on the printer cover.  Be careful not 
to cut yourself.
Print roller arm
Roller
Sensor
Printer head
NOTE
Do not attempt to remove the paper with the print roller arm in the hold
position. This may result in damage to the printer and printer head.
5
3
  Mode Switch and Mode key
Insert the mode key (the same key as drawer lock key) into the mode switch and move the key to get an 
appropriate mode.
Mode key
: 
Turns the display off. No operations are possible.
REG: 
Permits transaction entry.
: 
Permits correction after finalizing a transaction.
X/Flash:  Permits printing of sales reports and displaying the flash reports.
Z/PGM: 
Permits printing and resetting of sales reports and programming.
4
  Keyboard
 
Keyboard layout
 
Key names
F
Paper feed key
p
PLU/Subdepartment 
key
A
Total/Amount tender/
No sale key 
@
Multiplication/
receipt switch key
! $
Department keys
v
Void key
l
Clear key
c
Credit key
E
Escape/Help key
0
 :
1 9
Numeric keys
V
Foreign currency 
exchange key
%
Percent key
s
Non-add code/Time 
display/Subtotal key
t
Paid-out/Value added 
tax key
H
Shift key
C
Cheque key
R
Receipt print/Received-
on-account key
6
5
  Display
 
Operator display
Your cash register is equipped with a front LED (Light-Emitting Diode) display that affords easy visibility of 9 
digits for the operator during transaction.
 
PLU/Subdepartment code
Department code Repeat
Receipt off (“.”)
Shift for the character entry (“_”)
DC for the character entry (“_”)
 
Amount: 
Appears in the far-right eight (max.) positions.  When the amount is negative, the minus symbol “-” 
appears before the amount.
Number of repeats for repetitive registrations:
 
The number of repeats is displayed, starting at “2” and incremental with each repeat. When you 
have registered ten times, the display will show “0”. (2 → 3 ..... 9 → 0 → 1 → 2 ... ) 
Receipt function status:
 
The indicator “.” appears in the receipt off position when the receipt function is in the OFF status.
Time: 
Appears in the first to fifth positions (using 24-hour format) in the REG or 
 mode.  Press the 
s
 key to display the time.
 
Machine state symbols
 
: Appears during programming.
 
: Appears with an error code when an error is detected.  For the details of error codes, please refer to 
“Error code table”.
 
: Appears when the subtotal is displayed or when the amount tendered is smaller than the sales amount.
 
: Appears when the 
V
 key is pressed to calculate a subtotal in foreign currency.
 
: Appears when a transaction is finalized by pressing the 
A
C
 or 
c
 key.
 
: Appears when the change due amount is displayed.
 
: Appears in the far-left three positions at the timing of key entry when the electronic journal (EJ) memory 
is full. (Depending on programming.)
 
: Appears when the voltage of the installed batteries is under the required level.  You must replace with 
new ones within two days.  Refer to page 77 for details.
 
: Appears when the batteries are not installed, or the installed batteries are dead.  You must replace with 
new ones immediately.  Refer to page 77 for details.
 
: May appear right below the seventh and eighth places at the timing of finalization of a transaction when 
the electronic journal (EJ) memory is nearly full.
 
: Appears when programmed date (and time) for EURO modification operation has come.
:  Appears when the paper is not set or out.
6
  Drawer Lock Key
This key (the same key as mode key) locks and unlocks 
the drawer. To lock it, turn 90 degrees counterclockwise.  
To unlock it, turn 90 degrees clockwise.
7
PREPARING THE CASH REGISTER
Unpack the cash register and make sure all accessories are included.  For details of accessories, please refer to 
“SPECIFICATIONS” section.
For installing the cash register, find a stable surface near an AC outlet where the cash register will not subject to 
water sources or direct sunlight.
For preparing the cash register, please follow the three steps shown below; “1 Initializing the Cash Register” on 
this page, “2 Installing Batteries” on page 8, and “3 Installing a Paper Roll” on page 9.
1
  Initializing the Cash Register
In order to operate the cash register properly, you must initialize it before operating for the first time.  Follow this 
procedure.
1.
Insert the mode/drawer lock key into the mode switch and turn it to the REG position.
2.
Insert the AC adapter into the AC outlet. 
IMPORTANT: This operation must be performed without batteries installed.
3.
The cash register has now been initialized.  The register display will show “0.00” 
with “ ”.
 
NOTE
  If this does not happen when inserting the AC adapter, then the initialization has not been done
successful. (This will occur when the voltage is high because you operated the cash register before
starting initialization.) Wait at least one minute after pulling out the AC adapter and reinsert the AC
adapter into the AC outlet only after this waiting time has passed.
8
2
  Installing Batteries
Three new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA”size) must be installed in the cash register to prevent the data and user-
programmed settings from being erased from the memory, when the AC adapter plug is accidentally 
disconnected or in case of power failure.  Once installed, the batteries will last approximately one year before 
needing replacement.  At this time, the “ ” symbol will appear on the display to indicate the batteries are low 
and must be replaced within two days.  
If the no battery symbol “ ” appears, you must install the batteries 
at once.  Install three new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA”size) according to the procedure shown below 
with the AC adapter plug connected and set the mode switch to the REG position:
1.
Push the printer cover forward and detach it. 
Be careful with the paper cutter, so as not to cut yourself.
2.
Open the battery compartment cover next to the paper roll cradle. 
3.
Install three new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA”size) as per the diagram. 
When the batteries are properly installed “ ” on the display will 
disappear.
4.
Close the battery compartment cover.
NOTE
Be sure to observe precautions shown on page 1 when handling
batteries.
If you press a key by mistake, an error symbol “
may be displayed. Press the
l
key to clear the symbol after
installing paper rolls.
Caution:  “ ” or “ ” can be displayed only when the cash register is being turned on.  Please be 
advised that when the cash register is being turned off for a long time, the data in memory 
might be cleared without the warning symbols: “ ” or “ ”.

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