Samsung ER4940 Review
The Samsung ER4940 is an electronic cash register that has come to be of so much benefit to many businesses all over the world. Running a businesses especially when you run a retail shop where the buying and selling of goods and services are always on the high, it is best to consider getting yourself a Samsung ER4940 cash register to help you through the process of running your business and to also make sure you get the right profits from your business. The Samsung ER4940 is used for several purposes in a business which includes department programming, tax programming, and many more and all these go a long way to make sure you are 100% safe. Investing in the Samsung ER4940 is never a mistake because; it will be for your own good if you have it.
The Samsung ER4940 comes with 7 keylock positions with 5 keys. Each ECR is shipped with two full sets of keys. The 7 keylock positions include VOID, OFF, REG, X, Z, and P.
Samsung ER4940 keys Include ‘REG’ - travel from ‘OFF’ to ‘REG’, VOID’ - travel from ‘X’ to ‘VOID’, ‘Z’ - travel from ‘Z’ to ‘VOID’, ‘P’ - travel from ‘P’ to ‘VOID’, and ‘C’ - travel to all key positions. However; keys are removable from the ‘OFF’ and ‘REG’ positions.
The Samsung ER4940’s 90 position keyboard is comes with standard fifteen departments. This means, every company no matter how large or small you are can make very good use of the Samsung ER4940.
The Samsung ER4940 can be initialized (Initial Cleared) at any time. The Initial Clear procedure may be used to clear keyboard lock-ups and constant error conditions. An Initial Clear will not affect register programming or clear previously stored totals from memory. However, an Initial Clear will cause balancing discrepancies if performed in the middle of a transaction. This means you must be very careful when operating the Samsung ER4940.
The Service mode (S-Mode) position is at “6 o’clock” on the keylock. It is not labeled, and can be accessed only by the “C” key.
Due to the fact that, when aspects like tax goes wrong in a company it brings trouble, the Samsung ER4940 can be used to correct that. When tax requirements need to be met using a straight percentage, using the following method to program a tax as a straight percentage will work ‘Straight percentage tax programming requires a seven-digit entry (labeled N1 - N7 below)”, this assigns the rate as well as a two digit option code defining the tax as add-on, inclusive (VAT), and/or Canadian GST type tax. The rate is designated as 1, 2, or 3 using the appropriate shift key”.
With the Samsung ER4940, Tax Rate 3 programming does not apply to registers programmed “SHIFT “ for Food Stamp operations.
Using the Samsung ER4940 can be quite difficult especially if you do not have some technical knowledge about cash registers.
An Initial Clear will not affect register programming or clear previously stored totals from memory. However, an Initial Clear will cause balancing discrepancies if performed in the middle of a transaction.