Sharp Cash Register XEA217W White Upgraded With Clerk Interupt
The extremely popular Sharp XE-A217 Cash Register has a flat keyboard with 70 programmable PLU's (Items) on the flat keyboard which can also have a preset price. It is our most popular machine for our customers in the hospitailty area - such as pubs, cafe, take aways and bars.
This version has a software update that allows clerk interupt (overlapping clerks) which is a extremely useful feature to have in busy environments.
The Sharp XE-A217W Cash Register is simple to program and easy to operate. The XEA217 has a flat keyboard, electronic journal and thermal receipt printer. Suitable for bars, take-aways, cafes, restaurants, retail, butchers, fruit and veg.
- Large, easy-to-view multi-line LCD operator display with tilt mechanism
- Built-in SD Card slot for easy sales data transfer to PC and program backup
- Guided programming for easy set-up and Help key for operating instructions
- Electronic Journal stores transaction data in memory to save paper
- Quick Thermal Printer with graphic logo printing
- 99 departments and up to 2,000 articles each with 16-character text
Large multi-line LCD for user-friendly operation
The clear, backlit, 5 or 8 line*, 160 x 64 dot LCD operator display featured on the XE-A217 provides high visibility. It can display up to 20 alphanumeric characters, allowing clerks to view items, prices, and other information even in low-light environments.
For better viewing, the operator display can be tilted anywhere from 25° to 70°. The XE-A217W also features a pop-up, rotating, 7-digit LED customer display, which can be adjusted to an easy-to-read angle, ensuring customer confidence.
Five lines for sales registration, eight lines for reporting/programming
Data backup with SD Card slot
The XE-A217W is equipped with a SD card slot. SD cards (4Gb to 32Gb) can be used to back up various kinds of data, including daily sales and Electronic Journal data. Data (CSV file type) can be saved to an SD memory card then managed on a computer via Excel or other spreadsheet applications.
Also various settings can be configured easily by using an SD card. Parameters such as the receipt header, department names, product names, sales tax rate and others can all be configured on a computer and imported into the machine quickly and easily with an SD card.
Note: SD cards are not included.
The XE-A217W features an Electronic Journal function that can store up to 9,000 lines of transaction data electronically, helping to conserve paper and reduce costs. For easy reference, the Electronic Journal View function displays transaction data from previous entries.
High-Capacity metal cash drawer
The space-efficient cash drawer takes up minimal counter space yet generously provides five note compartments and eight coin compartments. When not in use, the ruggedly built drawer can be locked shut, keeping your money safe.
Other key features
- Flat keyboard with 119 keys in total - 70 product buttons
- 2 price levels per button - can be used for different measurements or different price list* see below
- 5 department buttons as standard on the machine - which can be used to sell MISC items into a department
- 3 payment buttons with an additional payment menu that allows an additional 5 more payment methods
- 6 overlapping clerks
- Training mode
- 4 Tax rates supported
- customer display
- Sell products by weight - you can set up a product for example at 'Beef per kg' with a price of £8.00 (per kg) - then you can sell 1.5 of the item and it will calculate at £12
This machine has two prices per product and this can be used in two main ways.
Selling by different size/measurement - the easiest example is in a pub environment - product one might be Strongbow (pint) at £3.60 - however if you press L2 (level 2) and then the same physically button this can be programmed as Strongbow (half) £1.80. this way you can condense down the buttons required to fit additional items on the keyboard.
Different price list - whether that's a completely different menu (ie a breakfast and evening menu) you could program up two entirely different menus and then physically swap of the keyboard template depending on the menu you are serving. Or it could be the same products but perhaps a premium or even a 'happy hour' price.
How to set up price levels - L1 / L2 - these are keyboard levels - but what is happening you are telling the machine which range of PLU (product look ups) you are selling. So when its on level 1 - on the right its products 1-70. level 2 is 71-140. this then allowed you to add either then same name or different title for the price level 2. You then have an various options of how to use the price shift, either manually or you can lock it down (useful for when the prices are valid for a set time - ie happy hour)