The Lipman Nurit 2085 is a credit-card processor. If the date programmed into the machine is inaccurate, it could potentially interfere with your receipts because the wrong date would be listed. The date and time are set together on the Lipman Norit 2085. Programming the date and time is performed using the system keypad; it only takes a few minutes.
Press the "Menu/Esc" button. The terminal's screen changes to "Menu: 1: Reports." Press the "5" key.
Press "Enter." The currently programmed date and time will display on the screen. Press "Enter" again to enter programming mode.
Type in the date using the keypad. The date is displayed in the following format: MM/DD/YY. For example, if you wanted to set the date to December 21, 2012, type "12/21/12." After typing the date, the terminal moves to the time screen.
Enter the correct time using the 24-hour format, which is often called "military time." For example, 5:00 PM is entered as 17:00:00.
Press "Menu/Esc" three times. This saves the changes to the date and time and returns you to the main screen.