Star Micronics is proud to introduce the newest addition to the TSP100III series, the faster, easier, and better TSP100IIIU printer. As the first of its kind, the TSP100IIIU only requires one lightnin…
Star Micronics, one of the world’s largest POS receipt printer manufacturers, has designed a portfolio of thermal, impact, mobile and multifunction point of sale printers for use in a wide variety of applications including POS, retail, kiosks, restaurants, hospitality and bar code/labeling. Star’s printer models are available with Serial, Parallel, USB, Powered USB, Bluetooth, Ethernet, and WLAN interfaces.
Emails have always been a problem for us…keeping track and sending them. With Square, they keep track of customers and I can send out a campaign in a few minutes with their templates! I can see at a glance which emails worked and who responded. I can work with the 80/20 rule and concentrate on the 20% of customers that are repeat buyers and buy 80% of my products.
Works flawlessly with the Square POS software. Was discovered instantly, and prints quickly and reliably. The ability to run off batteries is awesome, and i can see the included belt clip being useful, if REALLY geeky.
The box includes both the contactless reader and the swipe reader that plugs into the headphone jack The box includes both the contactless reader and the swipe reader that plugs into the headphone jack. Last I checked, Square ran debit cards as credit cards (swipe + signature, not PIN), but you can look at squareup.com for information like that. If all you need is the swipe reader, that’s actually free from Square. More(Read full answer)
Manufacturer: Star Micronics, Inc. Its compact and lightweight design allows employees to carry it comfortably for an entire work shift. With simple “Drop-In & Print” paper loading, the SM-S230i has a printer cover that opens with an easy touch-of-button functionality and does not require the hassle of using two hands to operate.
mPOP is an advanced Point of Purchase Solution that combines Bluetooth POS Receipt Printer together with a Cash Drawer – compatible with iOS, Android and Windows devices. Perfect for outlets such as bars, cafés, retail outlets and pop up stores!
I just purchased a Square Stand yesterday and am new to this, but am having a similar issue. My Stand (for ipad Air) will charge my ipad and the ipad recognizes the stand, but the Register app won’t recognize that the stand is connected and it won’t read cards. Trying to decide whether to return it immediately. Is it defective or am I doing something wrong?
Scanners with Square for Android function as keyboard wedge scanners (they input data where the cursor is on the screen). From our testing (as of 5/1/2017), they are only able search within the Items Menu screen. They can search by product name or by SKU, but only numeric SKU, no alphanumeric SKU or alphanumeric part number. Also, unlike scanners with Square for iOS, scanners with Square for Android do not automatically add the scanned part number to the order. USB barcode scanners are only compatible with devices running Android 5.0 or higher. For other barcode scanners, see our list of Unofficially Compatible Barcode Scanners.
Star Micronics TSP100II ECO Thermal Receipt Printer Features. The TSP100 ECO has all cables (including interface cable) and drivers in the box, so you can get setup quickly. The Energy Star Certified …
Complete your countertop POS system with this Square register kit. Print paper receipts, daily sales reports and summaries right from your iPad. Includes, Square reader, Star Ethernet Printer, APG 13″ Vasario Cash Drawer, drawer cable, extra 2 rolls of thermal receipt paper and installation support. 
Got this in about 4 days. Tried it out…perfect. Hooked it up to my iPhone 6+ and paired it like a charm… easy to operate… printed test receipts from both PayPal Here and from Square apps…. Thumbs Up!!! Portable… perfect size… and prints fast… got it for a good price too. Thank you.
Some retailers (not this one) lead you to believe that the USB version of this printer is compatible with the Square credit card processing hardware. All though it’s a great little printer only the Ethernet and Bluetooth versions are currently supported by Square.
The Kitchen Buzzer connects directly the RJ11 port on the back of the printer. The buzzer sounds when a print job is sent to the TSP650II. This is beneficial for high noise environments like kitchens to alert cooks that orders have been sent.
If you accept credit card payments from your customers at your place of business, you’ll want a receipt printer. A receipt printer automatically prints a receipt for your customer when they make a purchase.
Features: 100% Brand new and high quality! Compared to conventional thermal receipt printer, the printer has a smaller mini body, more reliable capability, more stable printing and portable advantag…
Having a quick and reliable printer is crucial for any retail and restaurant business. Boasting a print speed of 43 receipts per second, and the guillotine styled auto-cutter, transactions will always end with a brisk print and clean cut. Adding the drop in paper loading and AllReceipts digital receipt app, the TSP100III is a must have for mobile point of sale.
Accept all major credit cards: Swipe cards securely and accurately with the integrated card reader. Process Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express at a small percentage per swipe. You can even use our NFC Reader to accept contactless payments.
PayPal Here POS equipment has everything you need to get started taking in orders and money (except the iPad and the cash for the till!). PayPal Here POS equipment includes, Star receipt printer with Ethernet interface, APG Vasario 13″ cash drawer with till, 2 rolls of receipt paper, and all cables for connecting the printer and cash drawer.
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I have two iPad without a square stand. This easily connected to my cash drawer and WiFi router. BOTH iPads are connected to the receipt printer and BOTH can print at the same time as well as open up my cash drawer. The receipt are thick enough to read and make orders off of and the font size is nice. If you take orders with your iPad but do not have a square stand and need a printer that will connect to multiply iPads this is what you are looking for!! Design ServicesOpens a new windowPromotional ProductsOpens a new windowStaples Business AdvantageOpens a new windowQuill.comOpens a new windowInternational SitesFederal Government CustomersOpens a new window Hi @SRayVon, you may be referring to the "30-pin" connector models of iPad.  I have an old iPad 2 and an almost-as-old iPad 3 and they have the 30-pin connector.  The new Square Stand works with the "Lightning" connector, not the 30-pin connector.  The old Square Stands that work with the 30-pin connector are no longer made.  I found one on Craigslist, but since they are rare, used 30-pin Square Stands usually cost more than a new Lightning Square Stand. Additionally, these terminals may come with a complete set of equipment, including a bar-code scanner, cash register, receipt printer, and contactless or near-field communication (NFC) reader, which lets you accept mobile payments such as Apple Pay and Android Pay. Zebra Technologies Corporation - Zebra Imz220 Direct Thermal Printer - Monochrome - Portable - Receipt Print - 1.90" Print Width - 4 In/S Mono - 203 Dpi - Bluetooth - Usb - Battery Included "Product Category: Printers/Label/Receipt Printers" SM-T300i includes the ability to print receipts or data from a web browser-based application running on a mobile device wirelessly by configuring Star's WebPRNT Browser. Once configured, the user simply pairs their mobile device to the SM-T300i, open the application on WebPRNT Browser and prints from the application. The SM-S220i offers a clever double sided magnetic stripe reader and dual serial ports for attaching pin code / NFC payment devices as required. It also features a blue backlit clear LCD display and convenient automatic sleep mode for a 33% longer battery life. Star has announced new direct thermal labels certified to work with the SM-T400i portable Bluetooth printer. As the widest format portable Bluetooth printer in Star’s “i” Series, the SM-T400i is a rugged four inch (112mm) portable Bluetooth printer with a wide 104mm printable area, ideal for data-filled service reports, delivery notes or law enforcement citations. The SM-T400i includes both transmissive and reflective sensors, enabling label printing. Here’s another great receipt printer from Star Micronics, and like number 4 on this list, this one has everything you’ll need included right in the box. With support for Android devices as well as Windows, this one’s quite versatile and shouldn’t give you any hiccups. Good Low cost printer, we have two of these in our restaurant connected to via USB to our Square Stands, this model is plug and play compatible with Square Stand via USB now that Square has updated their software. The only potential negative is that this model like most EPSON POS printers uses a large power adapter with a proprietary epson connector at one end, a large brick then a standard ac plug at the other end, this just means that wiring will be a little messier unless you can route all that under your counter like we did. For issues with the contactless and chip card reader—does the reader work with your phone but not just with your Stand?—check out this article: https://squareup.com/help/us/en/article/5673-square-contactless-and-chip-card-reader-troubleshooting

This latest addition to the TSP100 Series provides a range of new features including a high print speed of 250mm/second, a guillotine auto cutter (cutter life 2 million cuts) as well as thin paper capability providing benefits not only for the environment but also the user’s operating costs.
The fact that the printer is Bluetooth and NFC capable, it is capable of printing directly from your smartphone/tablet. You don’t even need a wireless network to print. Along with the printer, you also get the Polaroid ZIP app for both iOS and Android platforms. Using this app you can make some casual retouching and corrections before selecting the images for print.
With simple “Drop-In & Print” paper loading, the SM-S230i has a printer cover that opens with an easy touch-of-button functionality and does not require the hassle of using two hands to operate. Supporting quality interactive graphics with 1D and 2D barcodes, the SM-S230i is the ideal lightweight, affordable portable printer for any fast paced mPOS business.
Addresses in the following State Codes AK, HI, AE, AP, AA, PR, GU, MP, PW, AS, VI, FM and APO/FPO addresses with U.S. ZIP Codes will ship for free with value shipping. You will see this noted in checkout.
This unit worked very well out of the box. Yes, it would have been nice to find instructions, or even a url for where to find the manual, but some kind souls have posted about that in the q&a, so no biggie. But yesterday I plugged it in to charge, after. It using it for a couple of weeks, and no joy. The unit shows no sign of life at. I have removed the battery, checked and wiped the connections, etc etc. The return window closed 26 days ago so looks like I’m screwed 🙁 I’m dismayed to have spent $295 (including taxes) for a paperweight, and not sure what to do next. 😩
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The bluetooth integrated technology allows this receipt printer to interact with iOS remotely. This unique benefit on top of Epson’s ability to handle high volume printing makes the TM-T88V a great option.
I do not recommend the paper Amazon recommends to purchase together as it is only 10 rolls for $9 and the rolls will usually complete only 30 orders. Purchase longer rolls for much cheaper. I have ordered some, the seller has assured me that it can hold rolls up to 2.25″ length and 1.8″ diameter. I will update my review of they do fit.
The device management tool provides real-time status across the installed base of Star Micronics printers. Paper-empty or unplugged printers are immediately identified with refreshed error status notification on a comprehensive cloud-based dashboard. Real-time status will provide retailers the advantage of identifying issues with a printer such as an open cover or cash drawer, or if the printer is out of paper or unplugged.

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