​​Star Micronics TSP 100ECO Receipt Printer with Square Stand

​The ECO is an unique variation of the TSP100. It's a low power consumption model. It likewise is available just in USB, and also there is no power button on it, so if you have a look, there's no chance to turn it on as well as off, it's an auto-sensing, so when it has a correct connection and also appropriate power, it'll power itself on​ and also off.

So have a look at the back, you can see the plugs. That's all there is to the printer, it's quite an easy printer. So when you plug it in, you connect in the power, your USB, and then if you have a cash drawer, you connect in your money cabinet port. And also as quickly as it's all connected in, the power will certainly begin, you can see the power light there, you can feed paper out of it.

Using an iPad that's linked directly into the stand, this is the USB link for the Square Stand, if you unplug it, the printer loses power, you can see that it detached, when you connect it back in, it'll power on and also the app will certainly reveal that it's connected once more. It functions much like any type of various other printer, you ring up the sale, cash drawer stands out, and afterwards when you intend to print a receipt, it'll print a receipt. It has a similar resolution and also a somewhat slower print rate than the regular Star 100, however it's likewise cheaper, so if you're searching for a base Star 100 model that works with the Square Stand, after that this is one alternative to consider.

Star Micronics TSP143IIIBi (Bluetooth)

Epson TM-T88V
(Bluetooth)

​Epson TM-T20II (USB)

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8 x 5.6 x 5.2 inches
3.7 pounds

​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 - No

WiFi - No

Bluetooth - Yes
Ethernet - No

​Serial - No

USB - Yes

WiFi - No

Bluetooth - No
Ethernet - No

​Serial - Yes

USB - Yes

WiFi - No

The TSP143IIIBi works with Square Stand, iPad, and iPhone. There are other versions that offer USB, Ethernet, and WiFi connections.

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.

ConnectionManufacturerModelSquare StandiPad iPhoneAndroid
BluetoothStar MicronicsTSP143IIIBiYesYesYesNo
BluetoothStar MicronicsTSP654IIBiYesYesYesNo
BluetoothEpsonTM-m10 BluetoothYesYesYesNo
BluetoothEpsonTM-T20II BluetoothYesYesYesNo
BluetoothEpsonTM-T88V (Bluetooth)YesYesYesNo
EthernetStar MicronicsTSP143IIILANYesYesYesYes
EthernetStar MicronicsTSP654LYesYesYesNo
EthernetEpsonTM-m10 EthernetYesYesYesNo
USBStar MicronicsTSP143IIIUYesNoNoYes
USBStar MicronicsTSP654IIUYesNoNoYes
USBEpsonTM-m10 USBYesNoNoNo
USBEpsonTM-T20II USBYesNoNoNo
USBEpsonTM-T88V USBYesNoNoNo
WiFiStar MicronicsTSP143IIIWYesYesYesYes

​​How do I connect my printer to Square?

Ensure that the printer is plugged into its electrical source.

Link one end of the Ethernet cable into Ethernet port. This is in the back of the printer, and plug the other end directly into the Wireless router.

After verifying these two connections, turn on the printer.

The printer will show a solid green LED light on the front panel. This indicates the printer has connectivity and is able to obtain an IP address from the Wireless router.

Make sure that the printer is plugged into its electrical source.

Be sure the printer and the iPad are linked to the very same network. To confirm this or alter your Wi-Fi network, go to the iPad's Settings and tap "Wi-Fi" situated in the left sidebar. Then pick the network that the router is relaying and click "Connect".

Exit the Settings.

Click the Square Application and open it up.

In the Square App, tap on the Admin Panel tab on the left side of the screen.
Click on "Settings" and then click on "Receipt" to see all the printers on the network.

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

Then tap "Print Test Receipt" to make sure the printer is completely practical.

As Soon As the Print Test Receipt has printed you have successfully setup your printer with Square.