Merchant - EET - Standard - Settings - Devices
EET setup process
On the portal go through the (Services -> Applications) -> EET -> Settings in the top menu to the Devices.
1. Device activation
From the menu, select your merchant store for which EET is activated.
Below the merchant store you will see a list of devices where EET can be activated.
Note for CASHave users: If you are not sure which devices are concerned by the IDs listed, see Device Management, to see the names of the EET TIDs.
Choose whether to registrate sales in regular or simplified mode (in the simplified mode no permanent internet connection is required, however, the taxpayer is obliged to ensure the sending of sales data within 5 days from the sale). Check the option Import device. Then click on Import.
2. POS terminal menu settings
This section of the manual is only for those who use payment terminals.
This setting is not required. However, we recommend that you do the configuration for the following reasons:
- the terminal menu will be clearer
- it will not bother you with items you don't use
- faster and more efficient work on the terminal when paying EET
On the right side of the screen there is a box called Menu of POS terminal. At first, select the terminal or terminals for which you want to define the menu. The menu settings can be defined for one terminal or for all terminals in the merchant store.
Then choose which VAT mode you will use at the terminal or terminals and assign values from 1 to 10. More in the examples below.
I use only one VAT rate, such as "Basic rate" of 21%.
Therefore, I will select the merchant store, select the terminal (s) and in the row "Basic vat 1 (21.00%)" I assign the number 1 and click "Save". Only this menu item for EET is downloaded to the terminal.
I am a non-payer of VAT.
As a non-payer of VAT, you do not set VAT rates in the terminal menu at all.
I use VAT rates of 21%, 15% and 10%.
Therefore, I will select the merchant store, select the terminal (s) and then choose in which order I want to display these three items. In this example, it will be, for example, 15%, 21% and 10%. Therefore, I assign:
- "Basic vat 2 (15.00%)" value 1
- "Basic vat 1 (21.00%)" value 2
- "Basic vat 3 (10.00%)" value 3
Do not forget
If you do not select this configuration, all VAT rate modes will be loaded into the terminal. It is also necessary to keep numbering from 1 to 10 and the order cannot be omitted:
- Configuration of VAT modes with values 1,2,3,4 is OK
- Configuration of VAT modes with values 1,2,4 is wrong and the update fails. In this case, you need to overwrite the values to 1,2,3 so that the numbers go in sequence.
2.2 Application upload
If you have gone through a complete configuration, you will definitely want to upload everything to the terminal. All you need to do is launch settlement and then initialize, when the application for the payment terminal supporting the EET function is downloaded and all the settings from this website are downloaded.
For all terminals activated before 1 pm, the setting is always transmitted at 5 pm. We therefore recommend that you perform the above step after this time. If you configure the terminal at 10 am, settle and initialize after 5 pm. If the configuration is done after 1 pm, settle and initialize the next working day after 5 pm.
3. List of devices
A list of your active devices is also available on the page. If you have payment terminals, click "i" to see which menu items are on that terminal.