​EPSON TM-T20II Product Review

​Epson's cost-efficient mPOS-friendly TM-T20II, created for smaller sized retailers supports all the leading mobile OS including iOS, Android and Windows. It ​prints up to 200mm/second, and it has numerous ease-of-use features including ​print ​features that reduce paper use as much as 30%.

We're doing an evaluation of the Epson TM-T20II Receipt Printer or the TM20 II Ready print receipt printer. This is their mid-level receipt printer, it's their less costly thermal invoice printer, the very best thermal printer they have is the TM-T88 V. ​

​Overview of the Receipt Printer

​You have your LED lights to inform you if there's mistake or when you're out of paper when the cover is open, etc. Drop in filling- simply take your thermal receipt paper, drop it in, shut it, and​ you're good to go. The On/off switch is on the front and also as we occur to the back, you can see the ports. On all versions of the ​ready print, there's going to be a USB connection. ​

​Power Supply

​There is a power plug adapter to the PS-180 Power supply. ​​Now it's a separate power block, it makes the unit a little smaller, it also allows you to change one unit. Need to the power supply fail, you can buy a new power supply where prior to if the power supply fell short, then you 'd have to replace the device.

TM-T88V vs. TM-T20II Receipt Printers

Epson TM-T88V
(Bluetooth)

​Epson TM-T20II (USB)

​Reviews

​Reviews

​Thermal Printer

​Thermal Printer

​7.7 x 5.7 x 5.8 inches
​3.53 pounds

​5.5 x 5.8 x 7.8 inches

3.75 pounds

Bluetooth - Yes
Ethernet - No

​Serial - No

USB - Yes

WiFi - No

Bluetooth - Yes
Ethernet - No

​Serial - Yes

USB - Yes

WiFi - ​Yes

This Epson printer has been around a while. It prints fast and handles high volume. It works with works with Square Stand, iPad, and iPhone.

This printer works with Square. One thing we like is that you can add other connecting options to the same printer by getting adapting kits.

​Serial Port

There is a built-in serial connection, they returned to making use of a 25 pin serial connection where it was a 9 pin serial connection on the previous version. A lot of arrangements are not mosting likely to make use of the serial printer, you're just going to need the USB so acquire the serial version but it doesn't matter, you're simply not going to utilize the serial port.

​Cash Drawer Port


Your cash ​drawer port is located on the top and that's just how you're going to attach your money cabinet. On various other models it was down below and also currently, it's up top below. Additionally there is a wall surface place brace for the printer, it screws on as well as you can mount on the back which's how you would connect it on the wall.

​Print Features and Printing Rate


​So the TM-T20 II has concerning a thirty percent boost in print speed verse the previous version when printing receipts. Has a respectable print rate and also auto-cutter, it has the variable dimension typeface, it can print graphics, it can print barcodes, a good all-around print speed.

The print rate suffices contrasted to invoice printers from concerning 5 or 6 years back, it's as quick as any one of them. Contrasted to the top receipt printers like the Epson TM-T885, it's a little bit slower, yet unless you're like a supermarket or a very high quantity retail establishment, you most likely do not require optimum print speed- 200 millimeters per second is mosting likely to be quickly sufficient. The TM-22 is a terrific well-rounded invoice printer, especially if you're a low quantity retail establishment.

Warranty
I​The warranty is 2 years, which isn't rather comparable to the 4 year warranty on the TM-T88 V​

​​​The print rate suffices contrasted to invoice printers from concerning 5 or 6 years back, it's as quick as any one of them. Contrasted to the top receipt printers like the Epson TM-T885, it's a little bit slower, yet unless you're like a supermarket or a very high quantity retail establishment, you most likely do not require optimum print speed- 200 millimeters per second is mosting likely to be quickly sufficient. The TM-22 is a terrific well-rounded invoice printer, especially if you're a low quantity retail establishment.

ConnectionManufacturerModelSquare StandiPadiPhoneAndroid
USBEpsonTM-m10 USBYesNoNoNo
USBEpsonTM-T20II USBYesNoNoNo
USBEpsonTM-T88V USBYesNoNoNo

​​How do I connect my printer to Square?

​Ensure that the printer is connected into its electric resource.

Connect one end of the Ethernet cord into Ethernet port. This remains in the rear of the printer, as well as plug the various other end straight into the Wireless router.

After validating these two connections, turn on the printer.

The printer will certainly display a solid green LED light on the front panel. This tells the printer has connectivity as well as is able to get an IP address from the Wireless router.

Ensure that the printer is connected into its electric source.

Make certain the printer as well as the iPad are connected to the similar network. To validate this or modify your Wi-Fi network, go to the iPad's Settings and also tap "Wi-Fi" located in the left sidebar. Then select the network that the router is relaying as well as click "Connect".

Departure the Settings.

Click the Square Application and also open it up.
In the Square App, tap on the Admin Panel tab on the left side of the screen.
Click on "Settings" and afterwards click "Receipt" to see all the printers on the network.

It will reveal either the name of your printer.
Click the toggle button to the ON setting.

Then tap "Print Test Receipt" to see to it the printer is entirely useful.

As quickly as the Print Test Receipt has published you have successfully configuration your printer with Square.