Wednesday, June 25, 2008
The ERA330 comes with 6 coded cashiers for tracking sales. The Sharp ER-A330 features a heavy duty numeric two station receipt and journal printer. The printer uses 44mm bond paper and an IR-90/91 Ink Roller. The cash drawer is heavy duty with a 5 bill 5 coin removable till
If you can live without cashiers stick with the Sharp ER-A320 but if you need them then the A330 is the one you want.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
For Sharp Cash Register Keyboard Covers
- 44mm Bond Paper Impact Printer. 44mm is a very common bond paper.
- 2 station printer (receipt and journal)
- Each to change and long lasting Ink Roller
- Standard 10 departments
- multiple tax rates
- heavy duty 5 bill 5 removable till
- rear customer display
Here are few things this machine is not good for or won't do.
- No Bar code Scanning
- No PC Interface
- No Alpha Print (numeric only)
- No Credit Card Interface
- No Scale Interface
- No Interfaces
But keep in mind, this a simple heavy duty machine that is priced right. Add all those options above that it does not have and it would be an expensive register.
The Sharp ER-A320 Cash Register is a great machine where you just need open entry departments (or a few pre-sets) bond paper rather then thermal, a large volume of business, easy to use. Often you will find the Sharp ERA320 in C-Stores, Liquor Stores, Gift Shops, Deli's, snack bars, and much more.
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
Again XE models are not commercial grade only models starting with ER and UP are.
The work horse of the entry level mode is the Sharp ER A320 Cash Register. The ER A 320 uses an impact numeric printer with few bells and whistles. But if you need simple, 10 to 15 departments, and durable, then this is the machine.
Find a great price on the Sharp ER-A320 Cash Register here.
Please don't confuse the Sharp XE line up of cash registers for the commercial grade. If the model starts with XE it is the consumer line of register. Models starting with ER and UP are commercial grade and supported by dealers.