ERS settings in Dotypos

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ERS settings in Dotypos

Once you have set up the necessary parameters and uploaded the certificate into the cash register, you have to activate ERS mode. From this moment on the cash register will actually “fiscalize” (record with the Financial Administration) individual receipts.

To go to the ERS settings, open the Dotypos side menu, choose Application settings and click on the option ERS settings.



The ERS mode will be automatically active if you set the ERS settings in Dotypos Cloud.


Enabling the ERS mode

Activate the recording of sales by checking Fiscalize receipts 01. Now your cash register will work in ERS mode.

The option Verify settings 02 will generate a test receipt for the Financial Administration server in trial mode and verify the functionality of your settings through two-way communication with the Financial Administration. Clicking on this option lets you perform a one-time verification of the functionality of your settings once the ERS mode is set up. The result of the communication between the cash register and the Financial Administration will be displayed on the screen.

By clicking on the icon 03 open the menu where you can switch the fiscalization support to another country. In addition to the Czech Republic, (default settings) fiscalization for Poland is also supported.



Other ERS mode options

Print Tax identification number on receipts

Select whether you want the Tax identification number to be printed on the issued receipts or not.

Fiscalize cashless payments

If this option is active, the payments with debit/credit card will be also registered. These payments have not to be fiscalized, however their fiscalization ensures the uninterrupted data flow on the Financial Administration servers so you can always compare them with the cash register 1:1. If you do not fiscalize the cashless payments, only the data for cash transactions will be located on the Financial Administration servers and they will not correspond to the data in the cash register.

Allow the drawing of documents without fiscalization

The option Allow the drawing of documents without fiscalization lets you print and close accounts, however the transaction will not be sent to the Financial Administration servers. This option relates to the settlement dialog.

Automatically repeat sending of registered sales

If an Internet outage occurs, the cash register will try to automatically connect, send and record all unsent documents every 30 minutes.

Register sales in simplified mode

If you already have a permit for a simplified record from your tax administrator, check the option Record sales in simplified mode to make sure the printed receipt contains the text Receipt drawn in simplified mode as required by law.

Time limits

Limits for communication with the Financial Administration servers. Adjust these settings only upon consulting the technical support instructions!

Managing ERS subjects

The option Administration of ERS subjects allows you to add a subject to be assigned to the specific order that will be then “fiscalized” with a different tax identification number (TIN) for the Financial Administration than the one set in the cash register as default.



Either History or Dotypos Cloud shows you an overview of “fiscalized” and “non-fiscalized” receipts. The touch cash register also can “fiscalize” previously unrecorded transactions.


Setting up information about your company

If you need to change your TIN or Establishment number entered in the wizard during Loading the certificate into the cash register, follow the instructions below.


Fill out your company’s Tax Identification Number (TIN) 01. If you are not a VAT-payer, your TIN will be in the format CZ + birth number with no slash.


Fill out the item Establishment number 02. This entry is a part of the information you get from the Financial Administration.




Dotypos has set the maximum limits for the electronic recording of sales. Documents below/above these limits cannot be fiscalized:

The minimum non-negative value is 0.00 CZK and the maximum non-negative value is 99,999,999.99 CZK

The minimum negative value is -99,999,999.99 CZK and the maximum negative value is -0.01 CZK