These aren’t the only choices. For example, Spark Pay is another offering. The service, which is part of Capital One, charges 2.70 percent per swipe or 3.70 percent for keyed-in transactions with no monthly fee. Pay a $9.95 monthly fee and swiped transactions are 1.95 percent, while keyed-in transactions are 2.95 percent.
We had trouble connecting this printer over WiFi, but I contacted support via WhatsApp and an agent connected with me right away (despite a 13-hour time zone difference between us) through TeamViewer and solved our problems. I recommend them for their service.
Purchased this item OCT 2014. Fast printing and compatible with Microsoft POS 2.0. It’s a reliable receipt printer that power on 16 hrs / day and 7 days / a week at my liquor store. I would buy it again if needed for my other business.
Small in size, the Square Trade contactless reader fits into a pocket or bag for easy transport. Unlike a traditional desktop credit card machine, this reader is lightweight enough to take with you to trade shows and other events so you can take payments where ever you are.
Though we are only able to guarantee that our supported printers will work with the Square register app, I definitely understand how that cost could be an issue. As the Square Register has the ability to print more than just receipts, such a kitchen tickets and order stubs, we are only able to support certain printers at this time. 
Model MTP – 3. ● Instruction set: ESC / POS. ● Paper width: 80mm. ● Bluetooth host function. ● Paper type: Thermal label paper. ● Exquisite and lightweight structure, easy to carry. ● Equipped with Wi…
Just wanted to update this thread with a solution I came across that could work for your multi-page print issue. When you are at your print preview page, there should be a Scale option available (it’s hiding under “More Settings” on Chrome/”More Details” on Safari or Firefox). Reducing the Scale below 100 will reduce the size of the image and you can keep lowering it until it reaches the size you’re looking for.
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Google, however, has now launched its own Cloud Printing service that allows you to send jobs to your printer across the Web from its Cloud Print-enabled apps. These include its Gmail and Google Docs services as well as its Chrome Web browser. Kodak and HP are currently the only two companies that offer Google Cloud-ready printers. These printers can be connected directly to the Google Cloud service via Wi-Fi, so they don’t need your PC to be turned on for cloud printing to work.
The Star Micronics SM-S230i is light weight at only 7.7 ounces. It is small and easy to carry around. If you’re someone who sell at a farmers market, craft fair or some other place where mobility is very important, the Star Micronics SM-S230i may be what you need. It uses thermal paper and connects to your iPhone, iPad with bluetooth or USB. ​Here is the user manual for the Star Micronics SM-S230i.
The first thing to do is plug the Star Micronics printer directly into an available ethernet port on your router and power up the printer. Once the printer is powered up, make sure your Android device is on the same network as is the printer. Next, fire up the Square App, log into your account, and swipe right from the left edge of the screen. From the sidebar, tap Account, and then tap Settings. The Settings window (Figure A) should list Printers — tap that and select the printer to be used.
Hi @McNabbGames — I went ahead and combined your thread with another seller’s who had a similar question. I can assure you that we’re always looking into more affordable hardware options for our sellers. As for the technical explanation, from my limited understanding (I’m not an engineer), each printer manufacturer has a specific driver for their hardware, and since manufacturers don’t build printer drivers for Square Point of Sale, we would have to build one for each printer model – which is something we don’t have the bandwidth to do. 
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You are eligible for a full refund if no ShippingPass-eligible orders have been placed. You cannot receive a refund if you have placed a ShippingPass-eligible order. In this case, the Customer Care team will remove your account from auto-renewal to ensure you are not charged for an additional year and you can continue to use the subscription until the end of your subscription term.
Pay just 2.75% per swipe, dip, or tap for Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, with no monthly fees and no long-term commitments. See deposits in your account as soon as the next business day.
You can quickly choose color or black and white when making copies. This Canon printer easily connects to a wireless internet network for seamless connectivity with PCs and gadgets. Model PIXMA MX492 Black Wireless.
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SSID: Wireless network name. Wireless routers have a default SSID which may be the same for every router made by the manufacturer. This should be changed to something unique and meaningful to the user to distinguish from other wireless routers in the area.
“When we started two years ago, I had a list of about 20 things Square couldn’t do. You don’t know what you need until you’re actually doing it. It couldn’t split checks, it couldn’t distinguish between to-go and in-house orders,” Kulp said. “I was about to leave Square. I talked to them, they asked me for one more chance, and talked about the roadmap. They’ve added 19 of the 20 things I wanted two years ago.”
The problem is that Square has done a good job marketing itself–reportedly it has more than four million customers–and probably thinks that it can make the change and that businesses will accept it. However, if a vendor is willing to significantly change terms and conditions to favor itself once, what will keep Square from doing it again in the future?
Square is not interested in using anyone but Star. And their attitude is that they frankly don’t care. I know, I have emails from them about it. If I was to guess, I would bet they have a deal with Star that funds their (insert pizza parties, to silk pockets). But lets be realistic. I mean it has to be something viable, right? The fact that Star uses the same print protocals that Epson uses has no bearing on an Epson receipt printer not working. It goes in the same line as Android devices can’t use bluetooth devices… although that new chip reader is bluetooth. It is a lack of customer service and they need to step up to the plate, or someone is going to come along and take their business away from them.
I received this product in exchange for my unbiased opinion. The Square reader is super simple and easy to use. It is an especially good tool for small business owners who want to accept additional forms of payments(such as credit or debit cards) Additionally, the app on the google play store was easy to find and very straightforward. One downside, although somewhat expected are the fees associated with it. For example, 2.75 percent for credit card transactions. Other than that, I recommend this product for it’s simplicity and overall use. 4/5 stars.
The New TM-T20II Ethernet Plus offers customers flexible connectivity and convenience. With built-in Ethernet and a USB host port as standard, merchants have the ability to add wireless connectivity through the use of an Epson wireless adapter (OT-WL02). Achieve seamless connectivity and printing from mobile devices and web applications using Epson’s ePOS Print technology. mPOS configurations allows retailers to switch from legacy PC POS to mobile based systems with ease. With low total power consumption, reduced paper usage and options to add coupons to receipts, the TM-T20II Ethernet Plus is the ideal receipt printer for small-to-medium enterprises.
Epson’s robust and high‑performance mobile printers are reliable and easy to use. Provide a better customer and user experience with our rugged and ultra‑fast printers — ultra‑compact receipt printing in the palm of your hand.
EASY INTEGRATION – Star Micronics Printer and Cash Drawer Easily integrate with Square POS system. STAR MICRONICS RECEIPT PRINTER – Integrates easily with Square POS. Comparable to APG 16 x 16 Vasario…
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To use it, open the app (Abbreviated as “Register” in the apps menu), You enter the amount and you can have the chip reader or the swipe card thingy be used for the transaction. The app will automatically detect when it happens. Then customer signs on the smartphone. enters email for receipt (or skips). And done, in 3 days or less you got your deposit ready for withdrawal. Customers already familiar with it, make transactions faster than cash, and I’ve notice sales have gone up, despite the 2.75% current charge (as of 11/01/16).
The Square Contactless and chip reader is a great product for those who run businesses and need something quick and easy to charge their clients with. The experience is super smooth and easy, works 100% of the time and takes up just about a few inches of space. I like the fact that it`s easy to use and visually appealing rather than those old credit card processing machines. I have enjoyed using this product and I will continue to do so until something better happens to be invented. The only gripe I have about this product is the fact they they charge you a percentage of your overall total sale price as a fee. I should also mention that I received a free sample of the Square product in exchange for my honest review.
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon’s fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Something we hope you’ll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Shipping and Amazon Prime.
Making money is as simple as choosing an amount and swiping a card. If you have items you sell regularly, you can also set up a virtual shelf with all the items for sale, and select them from the shelf to automatically register a total. You can swipe a credit card through the reader, or key in the card number manually. You can also accept cash and use Square for tracking and receipts, but the real value is with a credit card.
*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)
The Epson TM-T88V receipt printer takes the features and capabilities of the TM-T88IV to the next level, giving you a faster, more reliable printer for virtually any installation. A print speed of nearly one foot per second for both text and graphics dramatically cuts print time even on long receipts. Print options are available to reduce paper usage by shrinking fonts or whitespace, further speeding up the checkout process. USB comes standard on all models, with RS-232 Serial, Ethernet, or even 802.11b/g Wireless as additional optional interfaces. When combined with driver support for Windows XP, 2000, Vista, 7, Mac OS X, and Linux, the Epson TM-T88V can be installed anywhere with no headaches.
With this Square Trade car reader, standard payments from transactions drop into your bank account within two business days for quick use. In times when you need money faster, you can enable the instant deposit feature, pay a small premium and always have your money in your hands within seconds.
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Cash drawers are one of the core components to every Point of Sale System. They may be the simplest part of your POS but making sure you have the right cash drawer is key. Cash drawers can be printer or terminal driven. Let us make sure you get the right cabling to connect to your receipt printer. Manual, USB, and Serial cash drawer models are also available to ensure compatibility with any POS system. We offer cash drawers that are designed for the most rugged environments, as well as cash drawers that are compatible with an Apple iPad. We also carry lighted cash drawers perfect for you bar or night club.
POS-5805DD mini thermal printer is compatible for iOS Android Windows devices, supporting BT(wireless), USB cable and serial port line connection. It can print fast & clearly. Print 58mm wide thermal …
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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.
The standard for contactless smart card communications is ISO/IEC 14443. It defines two types of contactless cards (“A” and “B”)[5] and allows for communications at distances up to 10 cm (3.9 in)[citation needed]. There had been proposals for ISO/IEC 14443 types C, D, E, F and G that have been rejected by the International Organization for Standardization. An alternative standard for contactless smart cards is ISO/IEC 15693, which allows communications at distances up to 50 cm (1.6 ft).
Examples of widely used contactless smart cards are Taiwan’s EasyCard, Hong Kong’s Octopus card, Shanghai’s Public Transportation Card, South Korea’s T-money (bus, subway, taxi), London’s Oyster card, Beijing’s Municipal Administration and Communications Card, Southern Ontario’s Presto card, Japan Rail’s Suica Card, the San Francisco Bay Area’s Clipper Card, and India’s More Card which predate the ISO/IEC 14443 standard. The following tables list smart cards used for public transportation and other electronic purse applications.

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