Geller ET 6800 Cash register

Powerful features and attractive, space-saving design. The ET-6800 breaks previous price barriers without compromising reliability or quality.

Suitable for both retail and hospitality environments, ET-6800 has a fast, silent, thermal printer and is available with a choice of flat or raised keyboard.

Links to back office PC and stock control software if required. Single or multi-site.

For Hospitality:

Ultra fast and completely silent printing offers speed of service while preserving the ambience of hospitality locations.

ET-6800 can be used with slip printers, soft guest check printers and kitchen printers to create low-cost integrated bar/restaurant systems.

Features include:

Server Interrupt (several servers can use the ET-6800 at the same time)
Happy Hour with automatic Price/Time Change
Best/Worst Server
First/Last sale for each server
Up to 50 Servers by ID number
Inter-register communication and floating server
Can be used with kitchen/bar printer
RS232 communications for programming and/or linking to back office PC and stock control software

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For Retailers:

With up to 15,000 product lines, ET-6800 can operate as a stand-alone retail scanning system.

ET-6800 can be supplied with SuperScan - a built-in, solid-state stock control scanning programme that operates without the necessity for a PC.

Reports produced by SuperScan include Best Sellers, Worst Sellers and Non Movers. SuperScan also provides product re-order lists by supplier and prints shelf-edge labels.

ET-6800 can be linked to back office PC and single or multi-site stock control software.

Features include:

Choice of flat or raised button keyboard

High-speed 13 lines per second printer with graphic logo

Up to 15,000 Price Look Ups by number entry or scanning

Cash Lift Security Alarm warns you to remove surplus cash from the drawer when the amount reaches a pre-programmed limit

Training mode for new staff

2 communications ports for PC and scanner

Customer Hold feature avoids queue build-up