Regarding the printers, several of our Square customers have had to return their TSP100iii bluetooth printers due to compatibility issues. Star’s TSP654II Bluetooth model is the best choice. They make a model specifically designed for either iOS or Windows/Android systems. Here is a link with information and the specific model numbers for each: http://www.posshopper.com/star-tsp654ii-bti-thermal-receipt-printer.html
Low Power Alarm: When the electric of battery will run out, the power indicator will be red to alarm if there is still printing data in printer. After printing, printer will be in sleeping mode and buzzer ‘one high one low’ prompt tone. Or printer will auto power off after buzzer ‘one high one low’ prompt tone if in the sleeping mode.
There are 3 major functions – auto play slideshow, loop play video show, web page mode (convert your web site into an App-like application). You can also use it as a Tablet POS(Point Of Sale) Kit. NOT…
The M10 and M30 are very similar form factors, this is set to top load, this is set to front load. In the top load version, your cover opens up, your paper just drops in. The printer can also be converted to the front load version. In the front load, your paper drops in like so.
Well, those are all the best iPhone photo printer devices available in the market right now. Some of them are large and stationary, some are very portable. Some of them are ideal for large pictures, and some are ideal for small pocket sized instant photos. Some of them offer polaroid type pictures, whereas others offer clear digital pictures with bright colors.
Need a cash drawer to connect to your mobile application?  APG’s NetPRO is an ideal solution! In places such as gas stations, C-stores, quick service food and more, the Ethernet cash drawer communicates with mobile POS devices for normal drawer operation. This dynamic network device has a time and date stamp with every transaction, improving loss prevention functions by providing security camera activation, mobile alerts to store management for unusual events, remote tech support, asset management and much more. The NetPro is a separate option that works with APG’s cash drawers. 
@Kpay I have both a TM-88III and a TM-88IV with USB and both show unsupported device when I plug them in, are these going to be supported for Square Registers? I have made sure their USB ports are initialized.
The usual rule for printers is to find out the printer’s monthly duty cycle (the maximum you can print per month) and its recommended duty cycle, and make sure the recommended duty cycle is more than you plan to print. Unfortunately, this is almost impossible with most dedicated and near-dedicated photo printers.
This product worked well the first 4 weeks with the Square POS and the past few days the printer has not been printing continuously. The iPad states, “Printer Error” and the printer must be shut off and paper drawer opened up and turned back on again. There are NO returns on this item through Amazon so buyers please be aware. I am in the process of working directly with Star Micronics.
Those are the first steps, but this article has the complete list, including a video that walks you through ensuring your receipt printer and Stand are properly connected: https://squareup.com/help/us/en/article/5112-square-stand-troubleshooting
Unlike traditional card processing companies, which deposit the funds from credit card and other payments directly into a merchant’s bank account, PayPal deposits merchant funds directly into a merchant’s PayPal account. As Heaven Stubblefield points out in her PayPal Here review for CompareCards.com, if you don’t use PayPal regularly, you might not appreciate the extra step of transferring funds to your bank account on a regular basis.
One thing for an inexperienced person to note is to set The max print to 48mm as the rest is for margins and would mess up The prints of you impinge further than 48mm. The loyverse app did not meet my requirements so I found another app W&O POS, however, all important features must be purchased so if you know how to do a quick Google search.. You may circumvent some requirements.
There is no need to use the square stand while you are out at a fair if you don’t have power.  Any $10-$20 iPad stand will hold your iPad just fine and then you can plug in the Square for headphone jack swiping into the iPad swiping and use the contactless reader with that also.  Depending on how much you use the iPad and how long you set the screen timeout to you may be able to get thru the day on a single charge.  And if you are only charging the iPad that is easy to buy an external battery for like $20 that will charge it a couple times.
The low profile design enables it to be ultra-portable making it easy to enjoy your iPad. Place it on desks, counters, or anywhere with a flat surface, enhancing your iPad experience. This series of m…
Printers didn’t function properly. I returned them within the 30 day window and I was charged a 50% restocking fee for the item not being new anymore. I’m not sure how I could tell if the item was functioning properly while it sits in the box, but it’s been a terrible experience for me. Would not recommend.
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.

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To help you narrow down your choices, here is a rundown of the three types of iPhone credit card processing systems and how they work. [For a closer look at iPhone credit card processing and mobile POS systems, check out our Credit Card Processing Buyer’s Guide and our roundup of the best POS systems. You can also check out our recommendation for the best mobile credit card processor.]
We expanded and I just reordered the last one through Amazon. What came in was the TM-20II. Different power cord than the last one which lead to some wiring problems but overall a much faster printer!!!
Here’s another great receipt printer from Star Micronics, and like number 4 on this list, this one has everything you’ll need included right in the box. With support for Android devices as well as Windows, this one’s quite versatile and shouldn’t give you any hiccups.
Most app-and-reader companies send their merchants a free credit-card reader that plugs directly into the iPhone’s headphone jack. With the reader in place, you can start accepting payments everywhere you bring your iPhone.
SM-S220i includes the ability to print receipts or data from a web browser-based application running on a mobile device wirelessly by configuring Star’s WebPRNT Browser. Once configured, the user simply pairs their mobile device to the SM-S220i, open the application on WebPRNT Browser and prints from the application.
Merchants running the app on iPad 2 or later can also use PayPal Here to scan bar codes for faster checkout. The tablet version of the app also includes more options for inventory listing, which can help speed up the sales process. And PayPal Here for iPad can be fully integrated with other point-of-sale hardware, like cash drawers and receipt printers, making checkout easier for small retailers.
Generally speaking, the Star printers will just show TSP100 on the front of the actual printer but those are the model numbers; it is kind of confusing. Feel free to share a link or two to the printers you’re viewing, I’d be happy to confirm. 
Battery life is poor. I was told by an employee at Star that you can not operate this printer while plugged into AC. You can only use AC to charge the battery and then unplug it. This is a very nice nit and functions well, but you will need extra (expensive) batteries to make through a busy day.
Near-dedicated photo printers are far larger than most standard inkjets, because they’re typically designed for printing on cut-paper sheets as large as 13 by 19 inches, as well as banner-size variations in some cases. Some print from roll paper as well. Beyond the printer size itself, however, some printers need additional room behind them.

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