All the cash registers in this section are currently in use in retail outlets across the country. Retail cash registers vary in function significantly, hence the number we have listed here. The cash register that best suits your business will depend on a variety of factors.
For example, if you are short on counter space and not too fussed about lots of functions
then the smallest footprint cash register we offer is the Casio SE-G1
. The downside of this cash register is that it only has a small plastic drawer, the department descriptions cannot be edited and the printer cannot be switched off.
If your key requirement is to have a full size (8 coin/4 note) metal cash drawer
with removable insert tray then you could do a lot worse than the Sharp XE-A207
What about departments or categories of sale
? Each of our retail tills will have department buttons, but how many do you need? The SE-G1 has 8 uneditable department buttons, all the other registers have editable department buttons (so the department name can be edited and appear on screen, till receipt & reports) as follows: Casio SE-S100
has 12, the Sharp XE-A207
has 16, the Sharp XE-A307
has 20, the Casio SR-S500
has 25 and the SR-S4000
has 30. The two with the most are the Casio SR-C550
, which both have 72.
Another function to consider is the number of printers
. All retail cash registers will have at least 1 printer, which can be used for either receipt mode or journal mode, if you need receipt and journal you really need a machine with 2 printers. Some of the 1 printer cash registers will have an electronic journal (EJ), but these aren't as good as a 'live' real time actual journal roll. Cash registers with two printers are the Sharp XE-A307
, the SR-S4000
and the SR-C4500