Casio America Inc., based in Dover, New Jersey, has introduced three new models to its electronic cash register lineup, the SR-S500SC, SR-S4000MC and the SR-C4500MC, all designed for small- to medium-sized businesses.
“We’re very excited to expand our lineup of electronic cash registers,” said Glenn Deal, sales development manager. “Businesses both large and small need to accurately process transactions and track sales, and our latest models do just that and more.”
Casio’s new cash registers come standard with bluetooth (BLE Ver 4.1) communication. The bluetooth paired with Casio’s free Connect ECR+ application promotes quick and efficient daily operations, the company says. By linking up to smartphones, the app provides retailers with the ability to read and reset sales totals, view daily sales activities and reports, program the machine and transfer data more automatically to a remote Cloud server with no monthly subscription charges for the Cloud.
With two serial COM ports for a scanner and PAX S300 payment terminal connection, the SR-S500SC, SR-S4000MC and SR-C4500MC make it easy for merchants to run EMV, credit, debit and gift card transactions. Casio’s SR-S4000MC and SR-4500MC offer a dual station thermal printer, while the SR-S500SC has a single-station thermal printer.
All models also offer a 10-line operator LCD with high definition blue display, SD card slot, pop-up two-line customer display and standard department keys. The SR-S4000MC and SR-C4500MC come equipped with a medium-sized, heavy-duty metal cash drawer, while the SR-S500SC comes with a small cash drawer. Additionally, the SR-C4500MC has a 72-key position, flat keyboard and raised function keyboard offering a guest check file for small hospitality operations that require the ability to store and recall detailed orders.
Casio’s SR-S500SC (MSRP $385.00), SR-S4000MC (MSRP $535.00), and SR-C4500MC (MSRP $588.00) are available at select retailers nationwide.
Casio America Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of Casio Computer Co. Ltd., based in Tokyo, Japan. Established in 1957, Casio America markets calculators, keyboards, mobile presentation devices, disc title and label printers, watches, cash registers and other consumer electronic products.