Sharp UP-600 User Manual
4. Sign-on operation (server assignment) (REG mode/MGR mode)
The sign-on operation is intended to assign a server to a machine (satellite or the master) and
enable him or her to perform entry operations at the machine.
If a server successfully signs on at a machine, his or her server number appears on the LCD of
The server memory is under the control of the master.
The sign-on operation can be done whether the machine is in the open store or close store
state. If the sign-on operation is done at a machine that is in the close store state, registrations
cannot be made at the machine due to the close store condition.
(This procedure is the same as for server assignment at a standalone machine.)
Enter your server code and press the [SERV#] (or
The pop-up window for the secret code will open if
secret code is programmed. Enter your secret code
and press the [ENTER] key.
The pop-up window for the drawer number will open if
drawer number entry is compulsory. Enter your drawer
number and press the [ENTER] key.
The sign-on operation can be made only for one server at a time.
If a server attempts to sign on when another server has already signed on, an entry error will
occur (when the stay-down server sign-on has been preset).
Every server that is preset in the system can sign on at any machine.
If a server has signed on at a machine, that server cannot sign on at any other machine in the
system until he or she signs off at the original machine.
In case of trouble, the sign-on state can be cleared at the master. (Please consult your
authorized SHARP dealer for further details.)