Star Micronics Sm S220i | Bluetooth Receipt Printer Ipad
If you are setting up a larger POS application and want a multifunction printer, you need to get their cat5 version, same company…looks and acts exactly the same except is on the network, not USB…then just buy the cash drawer by itself. I have not tried the wireless printers, but the USB is not as versital and basically the same price.
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Interface options available include Serial, Parallel, USB, Ethernet, iOS/Android/Windows compatible Bluetooth and the Apple AirPrint communication protocal. The Apple MFi certified TSP654II Bi is approved for use with iPod Touch®, iPhone®, and iPad® devices. With operating system support for iOS, Android™, and Windows, the TSP654II Bi features the best of both worlds by coupling the comfort of legacy products with the speed and connection options demanded today in fast-paced point of sale environments.
According to Square’s Help Center, the iPad version of their app supports many Star Micronics printers. In order to work, these printers must be plugged into a wireless router via Ethernet cable that is accessible to the iPad. Visit Square’s Help Center and search for “print receipts” to learn more.
Why, for God’s sakes, can we not have a receipt that takes up a single page instead of three pages??? I’ve been a customer of square-enabled businesses for at least 4 years, and Square hasn’t come up with a solution for this? I saw where someone asked this question in April but didn’t get any responses. Please, please, please? Is there some setting that everyone else in America is using, but I’m not? Please help me.
Featuring speeds of 100 mm/sec and compatibility with iOS®, Android™ and Windows® mobile devices, the ultra‑compact and light weight Mobilink printers provide the reliability and efficiency you need to move customers in and out — fast.
Wanted a simple cheap way to take card payments so came across the above companies. I suppose i can just do what i do now and not produce any receipts but when customers pay by card and then not get a receipt for the card payment they might get a bit suspicious…
An entry-level Ethernet version of the popular TSP100 futurePRNT printer. Ethernet is the connection method of choice for hospitality and retail environments requiring fast, long distance, reliable communication. However, this extremely flexible choice of connection has always come at a cost. This is no longer the case, the TSP143LAN is the world’s first dedicated Ethernet receipt printer available at virtually entry-level pricing.
It’s been about three years since I excepted credit cards. The last device I used was pogo through provident bank. Which did not work out at all. The Device made an error and it was fixed but I lost $700 in the process due to processing fees but they refused to refund me. The problem is there’s too many hands involved and they have you on the phone going in circles. The evil leader being First Data they just kept eating money out of my account and I was helpless and could not stop it. So This left me with a very bad taste in my mouth. But after working for a few years I started to lose customers because I did not except credit card so I decided if square a chance. And I started taking credit cards. I have processed roughly $11,000 in three days for deposits on jobs and some payments. I was watching my account getting ready for to be deposited. After three days nothing. Did not realize that square tried to contact me because of the large amount of transactions and they put a hold on my account. I thought to myself here we go again. They requested a list of documents and proof of identity. I thought it would take weeks for them to process it. By 12 o’clock the next day they processed it and released the funds. That impressed me. And ever since it has been great. Money is quick about 12-24 hours. So give them a shot. They deserve it.
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Had 3 of these in my place to on cash draws one in the kitchen they work well as long as there is no internet/WiFi drop off. Using it with couple IPad Airs and Square register app for several years. When I loose internet or sometimes they seem to disconnect from the register even when I don’t have internet problems and they usually have to powered off and on. Also in the mean time my cash draw wont open and I have to find the key. Being so annoyed I with connection issues I have since replaced them with the USB versions (except the kitchen one) and all my problems stopped.
So in the scheme of “would we buy these printers?” it comes down to would we buy these instead of other Epson printers? I would probably recommend the T20II the most out of all the printers, I think for the price and features and warranty, the T20II is your best bet. If you are worried about space though, take a look at the M series, especially the M10, it’s very very small compared to older receipt printers. The styling on both of these are better than the T20II. If you’re looking for just pure performance, pure reliability, pure speed, the T88V is still your best bet. So that’s kind of the Epson overview of all their printers. Good printers, probably at this time not their best printers, but they are space saving options, and there are some unique pairing capabilities, so if you’re on a tablet or something like that and you don’t have a USB port, then take a look and see if a proper interface is available for you. To purchase these printers, or for more information, please visit us at POSGuys.com. Thanks!
My husband and I purchased this for our new business we started at the end of last summer. It has done everything we need it to do. We have our account liked to a Quick Books account, and that makes things really handy when preparing our quarterly taxes. We love the graphics and tracking of revenue. The app is easy to navigate and use- it’s a great system, and we are pleased with our purchase and its performance.
Works perfectly! Much cheaper then other pos systems at twice the quality. Highly recommend this product. It is perfect for your small to medium size business. If you have a large business just buy two. You wont regret it.
Plan term and select coverage begins date of purchase and is inclusive of the manufacturer’s warranty. All other coverage begins after the manufacturer’s warranty expires. Plan is fully refunded if canceled within 30 days.
Communicating with your handheld through an RS-232C cable, USB cable or Bluetooth interfaces. The Infinite-Peripherals DPP-350 ruggedized, compact and are a cost-effective Bluetooth printing solution.
Again, a first in the POS industry: A dedicated Ethernet printer, the TSP100LAN. The TSP100LAN brings all the attributes of the TSP100 including all parts and software being included in one box coupled with Ethernet connectivity!
If you are using DHCP (If a fixed IP address is not set), then connect a LAN cable to simply complete the connection. By specifying the IP address output by self-printing, print settings can be configured.
Quite simply, these are useful devices for printing not only sale receipts but also things like kitchen orders, credit card slips and the like – so they’re definitely not something that you can do without unless your business is cash-only or totally functions on Bitcoins.
This printer is ideal for any Point of Sale application! The Star Micronics TSP143IIIW, part of the TSP100III series, is the new standard for Wireless POS printer solutions. Compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows, there are no headaches during the setup process, just use WPS push button technology or simply the Wireless Access Point (AP) to connect. Star Micronics has also added an additional USB type A connector for one convenient power source for your tablet or mobile device. It has a print speed of 43 Receipts per Minute, perfect for any busy environment, with a small footprint that saves precious counter space. The special “Drop-In and Print” clamshell design allows for fast and easy paper loading, and its patented “De-Curl” function always delivers a flat receipt – even at the end of the roll. Combined with its powerful futurePRNT Windows software, you can enhance your receipts to add graphics (logos and coupons), print multiple copies, use the text processing function to replace printed information, trigger a coupon, and much, much more. The TSP143IIIW also comes with Star Cloud Services capability (SCS) free of charge. AllReceipts, one of Star Cloud Services, is a cloud-based digital receipt solution and a great way for customers to keep track of receipts on their mobile devices. SCS offers multiple cloud based applications all available from the comfort of your browser. The service allows you to manage your devices, engage with customers, create promotions, and receive customer surveys. With included internal power supply, power cables, complete mounting kits, and paper roll, the TSP143IIIW is the perfect printer for any POS bundle.
The power cord cleverly mounts flush under the base and faces either right or left, depending upon your choice. It stays in place as the base rotates. The charger keeps the iPad trickle charged to 100 percent and also acts as the main power source when plugged in, saving your battery.
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With superior performance, renowned Star build quality as well as ease of use, TSP143 models are supplied with unique futurePRNT technology including set-up and marketing software tools designed to enable users to make receipt design and set-up modifications without having to alter their existing POS software.
Please note: Credit card signature receipts are a best practice in the credit card industry to protect yourself in the event of a charge back. As your partner, we need to strongly encourage these standards for MINDBODY customers and require through our software that Save Print Receipt is used for all integrated credit card transactions.
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So let me get this straight; after I email/text the customer the receipt I should then email it to myself and then print it from my email (after formatting if I like)? Can’t I just print from the app without buying a special credit card printer? Guess not…
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