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Electronic Cash Registers (ECR) are used for hospitality and retail
T4C Model 1
T4C1 Cash Register T4C Logo 


Un-Programmed: 335.00 + Delivery (8.00) + VAT (Total Inc Delivery & VAT 411.60)
Un-Programmed option: Out of the box ready for you to programme from the manufacturers guides. With 12 months return to base warranty.

 

Specification:

  • Cash Drawer Size 4 Note 8 Coin
  • SD Card Inside - For Programme Capture Or Extending the Electronic Journal
  • Clerk interrupt
  • Three Price Levels
  • Simple Stock Control - Shows Residual Stock
  • Kitchen Printer
  • Table Management
  • 86 - Hard PLU's Plus 10 WLU's With 24 Items
  • Reports: Financial, Timezone, Individual Clerk, Department & Group, PLU By Group, PLU By Clerk, PLU Stock & Open Table
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    T4C1 Options

     

    57 x 57 mm Thermal paper rolls
    Box of 20
    (free delivery with till normal price 6.50 + VAT delivery) We can offer DISCOUNT on multiple boxes of rolls, please enquire or see our consumables page.

    13.00+VAT

     

      
         


    Includes 12 months Return to Base (RTB) warranty.

    All support where available is addtional to the price advertised

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