STAR Micronics TSP143LAN futurePRNT POS Point of Sale Thermal Receipt Printer. No Ethernet cable Included. 1 Partial roll of thermal paper. Tested to print test page. test page placed inside each prin…
The Ethernet printers compatible with Square Point of Sale are thermal printers. They require heat-sensitive paper and won’t work with non-thermal receipt paper. These types of printers aren’t ideal for kitchens or high-temperature working areas. 
Fonts Included: Column Capacity: 42/42 or 33/35 columns Character Size: 1.20 x 3.10 / 1.60 x 3.10 (W x H mm) Fonts: 7 x 9 / 9 x 9 Character Set: 95 Alphanumeric, 37 International, 128 x 123 GraphicTraditional / Simplified Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Korean Characters per Inch: 17.8/16 or 14.5/13.3 cpi is here to help you find the right printer for your specific business needs. Call 800.903.6571 for assistance or email If you’ve already purchased one of the Square Compatible printers from us and need help with your setup, email
Great product and great company to work with. I at first ordered the TSP143U which is a USB Printer to work with a Tablet to set up a POS system at my business. Once I got it, I realized that if I had the printer plugged into the tablet there was no additional port to then charge the tablet. I contacted the company and they gladly accepted my return and let me reorder this LAN Printer. I highly recommend this vendor and their product.
Customer displays, available as pole or desktop models, can deliver price information and advertising to a customer at the POS. Customer displays may contain either multi-line fluorescent or LCD displays that connect to your system through a USB, Serial, or Parallel connection. Make it easy for your customers to follow each transaction with the right customer display.
Just click the Transaction and the Receipt will preview on the right-hand side. At the bottom, you’ll see the receipt number (ex: Receipt #H8R5). Click that and it will show you the digital version of the receipt. From there you’re good to print on the standard 8×11 printer paper.
You don’t need to screw around with the extra settings, just turn on the cash drawer before/After print and be done. All of that coupon set up, barcode stuff on there is good but is best to use within your software development for better control but it too is useful. I use code 3-9 and scanner picks it right up for my transaction numbers. Now you do have programming options to setup the cutter and all of that but for those needing something fo there store on a quick, serve my customers base, this is by far the best and a heck of a lot cheaper that the t88 models by which I don’t see any difference by any means
POS printers often include display screens that allow customers to view items as employees scan or manually enter them for the transaction. This simple display helps purchasers verify pricing and review tax information at a glance, ensuring they receive the advertised prices.
If you have a Square Stand, in addition to the printers above, you can use certain USB interface receipt printers. The following receipt printers are only compatible with the Square Stand, not the Square card reader:
To create your own bar codes and labels, you’ll need to use a third-party application. At the moment, we don’t support bar code and label printers and can’t guarantee compatibility, but many customers have success using the DYMO Label Writer 450 and labels with Square.
I am still trying my best to use it. My POS system doesn’t support Star. and now I am having the common problem that I am dealing with Star tech support, they are still working on it to solve the problem, which is it doesn’t print out All Receipts bar-codes on my machine even from their own configuration utility, can’t use Receipt Flip, it doesn’t cut off the receipt automatically, doesn’t print out my full store name in every other receipt, and sometimes the receipt goes out 2 feet long.
Unless proven otherwise, I agree.  And in my business, giving a client a receipt on what amounts to a piece of adding machine paper is unprofessional.  I should be able to use any printer that is compatible with the iPad, not just the uni-tasker receipt printers.
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We bought this thermal printer for work. It works well as described, but there are some programs that don’t use the printer, and setting up the printer is less than intuitive/easy for the average user. I had to go into advanced settings and follow advice on forums to get it to function the right way.
Highest marks on the TSP100III because of the multi-platform adoption and performance. This printer works with Windows, does Star and Epson emulations (set in driver), but the ethernet version is the most commonly used printer with iOS point of sale applications (Star, Shopkeep, Aldelo Touch). Along with it’s 10+ ips print speed it is a great overall printer that will fit most point of sale printing needs.
Bluetooth desktop receipt printer. Star printer, TSP654IIBi2-24, is the Bluetooth printer model which is one model in the TSP650 series of printers. TSP650 (654II), thermal, auto-cutter, Bluetooth iOS…
Fonts Included: Fonts: 7 x 9 / 9 x 9 Column Capacity: 42/42 or 33/35 columns Character Size: 1.20 x 3.10 / 1.60 x 3.10 (W x H mm) Character Set: 95 Alphanumeric, 37 International, 128 x 123 Graphic Traditional / Simplified Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Korean Characters per Inch: 17.8/16 or 14.5/13.3 cpi
Fonts Included: Font A: (default): 12 x 24 Font B: 9 x 17 (including 2-dot horizontal spacing) Column Capacity 80.00 mm: 42/56 columns 58.00 mm model: 30/40 columns Character Size Font A: 1.41″ x 3.39″ Font B: 0.99 x 2.40 (W x H mm) Character Set 95 Alphanumeric, 18 International, 128 x 43 Graphic (including user-defined page) Traditional / Simple Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Korean
*Note: We have had some Sellers complain about the receipts printing over too many pages when they want it to only print on one. The trick is to reduce the scale of the image within your printing options until it fits. (see screenshot)
You have the flexibility of using paper widths of 58, 70 or 76mm rolls to suit your needs with this dot matrix printer. Printer Type: High Performance POS Dot Matrix. ( USB Interface ). New USB Cable …
It has 5 bill trays, 5 coin trays and a bill entry, keeping your money organized and largely improve your working efficiency and accuracy. Electronic Cash Drawer There are 5 bill trays and 5 coin tray…
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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.
Fonts Included: Fonts: 10 SLCS Resident Bitmap Fonts One SLCS Resident Scalable Font 23 Code Page Graphics: Supporting user-defined fonts, graphics, formats, and logos Barcode Symbologies: 1D: Coda Bar, Code39, Code93, EAN-8, EAN-13, Interleaved 2-of-5, ITF, UCC/EAN-128, UPC-A, UPC-E 2D: Data Matrix, MaxiCode, PDF417, QR Code (select two only)
Worked right out of the box. No hassle. I purchased this one and another Esky model that was a real lemon. Accidentally sent one of several messages meant to address the Esky unit problem to the POS Megastore for this Epson. POS were quick to tell me their 30 day policy was up and to talk to the hand. No 60 day, no 90 day, 30. Beware– if you have any issues, address them early because after 30 days these guys are done with you.

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