POSMaid is wonderful for a small business or Craft Show use. It is affordable and very functional. Allows for all monetary transactions and keeps tally. It is perfect for Entry level use. The inventory control is more than I expected.
@CarrieZ @TopJimmy I have the same printer and the same problem. My dashboard is still saying that the device is not supported. There is no new available update in the app store as far as I can tell. C’mon people! We have been operating without a proper cash drawer for 2 weeks now 🙁
You can add your logo and text to your receipt. This is done with software that is included with the receipt printer. By adding your logo to your receipts you have a place to advertise your business. You can also put your phone number on your receipt or your website URL. This is a good thing to do if you’re selling at a craft show, fair, farmers market and etc. The customer may not remember your name and may not go online to search for your website. But if you put your website on the receipt you have a better chance of the customers visiting your website to make a purchase.
This is supposed to have 2 bluetooth radios and be able to pair and print from 2 phones simultaneously. I have not figured this out yet. I have not tried a LOT but the instructions do not indicate how to add a second phone
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We’re hoping this gives you some more freedom to choose the printer that works best for your business – whether it’s Star Micronics or Epson, and whether it connects to your device via Bluetooth, Ethernet, or USB.
This printer is ideal for any Point of Sale application! The Star Micronics TSP143LAN, part of the TSP100III series, is the new standard for Ethernet POS printer solutions. Easily connect the TSP143IIILAN to your network, for advantages in Distance, Connectivity, Communication, Reliability, and Mobility. Star Micronics has also added an additional USB type A connector for one convenient power source for your tablet or mobile device. It has a print speed of 43 Receipts per Minute, with a small footprint that saves precious counter space. The special “Drop-In and Print” clamshell design allows for fast and easy paper loading, and its patented “De-Curl” function always delivers a flat receipt – even at the end of the roll. The TSP143IIILAN printer includes an “Error Reporting Feature” which indicates if there has been a lost network connection. The “ready” button not only tells you that the printer is on, but also if it has paper and is operating correctly. The TSP143IIILAN features Real Time Status alerts for the cover being open or paper being out, and any PC on the network will be able to see the status of the printer. With its powerful futurePRNT Windows software, you can enhance your receipts to add graphics (logos and coupons), print multiple copies, use the text processing function to replace printed information, trigger a coupon, and much, much more. The TSP143IIILAN also comes with Star Cloud Services capability (SCS) free of charge. AllReceipts, one of Star Cloud Services, is a cloud-based digital receipt solution and a great way for customers to keep track of receipts on their mobile devices. SCS offers multiple cloud based applications all available from the comfort of your browser. The service allows you to manage your devices, engage with customers, create promotions, and receive customer surveys. With included internal power supply, power cables, complete mounting kits, and paper roll, the TSP143IIILAN is the perfect printer for any POS bundle.
Overall, seems to be a decent printer to use with an iPad-based point of sale system. However, after about 3 weeks, the printer stopped cutting the receipts & went into an error mode that the owner’s manual said was “non-recoverable”. I contacted Star Micronics customer service & shipped to their repair facility. They got it back to me within 3-4 days & everything was covered under the warranty, minus the cost to ship the printer to them. So far, it seems to be working as expected since I got it back from being repaired. Perhaps I just got a bad one that came off the assembly line & somehow managed to slip through quality control.
Bottom Line: With excellent design and comprehensive print software, the reasonably priced Brother P-touch Cube prints several sizes and colors of good-quality plastic (laminated) labels from your iOS or Android mobile device.
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.
The device is also quite easy to set up and use. It comes with a free downloadable Polaroid ZIP App which you can find in the app store. It’s also battery powered so you don’t always need to have it connected.
Welquic portable mini wireless Bluetooth high speed direct thermal printer compatible with android ,iOS windows,Linux system and ESC / POS commands set , this is one very useful printer I bought this one is for my restaurant we have two computers but still busy so I got this printer so I can order from iPad print recipe from mini printer!!
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@Kpay …Anyway, getting beyond this, can you tell me which printers you support printing to via USB? According to your “Supported Hardware for iPads” the answers is none. That’s since you list both Bluetooth and Ethernet printers in seperate lists but exclude any list for USB printers. The only mention of “USB” on the page is for a cash drawer.
Slide back the lid and place the blue card face down and the HP ZINK Photo Paper face up. Connect your device to the Sprocket printer via your Bluetooth settings. Print on the go with the HP Sprocket …
I have 2 printers ( star tsp-100 futureprint) connected to square stands which seem to stay online and these tablets are connected via wifi. I also have a hardwired kichen printer and another expo printer (Both are star SP-700)which seem to loose signal even though they are hardwired I am forced to reboot everything. ANy suggestions? Can I have a wifi Kitchen and expo printer as well? If so what brand, model etc
Most of the related answers and google contain pretty old contributions referring to this topic. So Im looking for a way to make my Android-Application print receipts (58 mm in width) via a bluetooth thermal receipt printer. Is it necessary to use a printer with a 3rd party API? I thought about to buy a regular bluetooth printer, that can be connected to my device and use the default Android print manager to make a layout for the receipt. Is that possible? Are there any samples, docs or tutorials? Would appreciate it. Thanks in advance
The Square Stand looks sleek and is an easy way to setup a complete POS system for your business in minutes. The USB hub allows you to connect up to 3 USB devices including receipt printer, cash drawer and bar code scanner. And the Square Reader is integrated into the stand. Keep in mind that the printer, cash drawer and barcode scanner cannot be shared between Square iPads when using a Square Stand.
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STAR MICRONICS, BUNDLE, WITH STAR TSP143L (ETHERNET) GRY RECEIPT PRINTER, APG VB320-BL1616 VASARIO CASH DRAWER AND CD-014A CABLE, FOR USE WITH IPAD, SQUARE. APG Vasario Cash Drawer BL1616. POS Keyboar…
The Star DK-Aircash enables your cash drawer to open automatically without the need for a receipt printer. Connect the Aircash to any standard cash drawer and with your chosen interface connect to your POS network.
But my point is that an adding machine paper-receipt looks unprofessional in some businesses. An inexpensive ink jet or better, a multitasking network office printer that is already in use would make a LOT more sense for me. I’m sure they are robust and work fine, they just don’t suit my business and I don’t like being so limited in the TYPE of printer I can use.
Installation CD with Drivers and Configuration Utility, Wall Mount Bracket, Vertical Mount Accessory, 58mm Paper Guide, Power Switch Cover, Set Up Guide, Start Up Paper Roll, PS60A External Power Supply
The printer that Square supports is one of the largest used brands in the receipt printer market. They are not getting kickbacks on printers as the printers are sold by hundreds of places including Amazon, and the buyer doesn’t know you are buying it to print with Square as the printer is also used by 100s of other POS systems. More printer options would always be better, but as this is one of the industry standard printers it only makes sense they support it.
The SP700 was designed to make installation, utilization and maintenance as easy as possible for any user. The SP700 is ready to be used right “out-of-the-box.” A CD with WHQL XP®, 2K®, Vista® drivers, Linux and Mac® OSX drivers and documentation is included with the printer, making it ready for operation immediately after purchase
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Mobile phones and tablets connect to a LAN printers via a wireless network. LAN printers need to be connected to a wireless router using an Ethernet cable. The PayPal Here app can then connect to the printer by making a wireless connection to the router’s wireless network. LAN printers are only suitable for use in a fixed location where have power supply and a wireless router available.
The Ethernet printers compatible with Square Point of Sale are thermal printers. They call for heat-sensitive paper and won’t work with non-thermal receipt paper. These types of printers typically aren’t excellent for kitchens or high-temperature working areas.
If you are buying this for the Amazon Local Register payment platform, be sure to get the Ethernet version (not the USB version). This one only connects to your network and not directly to a computer.
Hi, thanks. I have done all that. You app searches for the printer and then after a few seconds comes up as not found. It is already connected to my phone, and works with the manufacturers demo software. Your app doesn’t allow entry of ip address or any other settings. Just a search. Not happy. Have resorted to using one of your competitors that just works. Not only can I update my items for sale on my computer, but the Bluetooth printer works perfectly and more importantly without any hassle. It’s your app!
Have not purchased this printer, but wanted to let people know that this is not the only printer that will work with Square. I have two Star Micronics printers, one Ethernet and one Bluetooth and both work fine with the Square app for iPad. I also have Ethernet based cash drawers that connect through the printers and those works just as well. This probably has the easiest set up, but it is not the only way.
Every impact-based printer uses a ribbon to create receipts. These ribbons come in cartridge that fits into your specific printer. Many ribbons are available in black, purple, red, or a combination of black and red. Whatever the model, our wide selection of ribbons has one that fits your printer.
I work as the PC tech at a ski resort with a restaurant upstairs. We recently updated all of our systems, and I replaced the kitchen printer. Since we had all Star receipt printers (work great), I figured I would get the Star kitchen printer over the Epson. The set up was very easy and painless, but the problems we had afterwards were intolerable. The printer would frequently disconnect from our network, making it so sometimes the hostess would place an order, and nothing would print back to the kitchen. As you can imagine, this resulted in food not being prepared when it should have, angry customers, and stressed out employees.
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The new Square Contactless and Chip Reader is included so you can accept every way your customers want to pay. Place the reader in the dock, connect the dock to the USB hub, and you’re ready for business. Accept magstripe cards, chip cards, and NFC payments like Apple Pay.
With dedicated photo printers, almost any inkjet or thermal dye printer will at least match the output quality you’ll typically see in drugstore prints. ZINK technology is currently limited to printers with either a 2-by-3- or 4-by-6-inch print size, and offers lower-quality output, which is best described as good enough for photos that will wind up in a wallet or behind a refrigerator magnet. Whatever printer you’re considering, be sure to check on the output quality before buying.
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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.
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Thermal Head : Thermal head has been cleaned and tested for quality. Self test 1,2 and a connectivity test prints(See pictures for references) were used to confirm quality. If a printer fails thermal …
The STAR MICRONICS SM-T300I is also a light weight receipt printer. But it’s very durable and rugged. It’s also Apple MFi certified for iOS phone and iPads. It also works with Android and Windows. It’s been tested to take a little bit of beating and is used by people who are outside a lot. Having said that the price is higher than other printers. If you need something rugged, this device may be the one for you. But if you don’t. You will want to look at something else as this device can get expensive. The SM-T300i is easy to use. There is a well written and very detailed user manual. The user manual gives details on how to configure the receipt printer and how to load paper. Here is a link to the Star Micronics SM-T300i User Manual.
I bought this printer to work with Square Apps.on the I phone and I pad. On the I phone the square app. doesn’t have a place to add the printer. It does on the I pad and works great right out of the box. You can use 2 1/4 X 42″ thermal paper, the same size I use with my Verifone 8020, just google it When pairing with I pad the code number is 1234 as most. Doesn’t come with info, but I found the manual on posworld.com that you can download. At first tried to buy from posworld.com, ordered and waited for 3 weeks and to this day haven’t heard from them yet. Had to file a depute with DiscoverCard. Forgot about Amazon. Ordered on Monday, got it Wednesday. It will print cash or charge receipts, quickly. Now I don’t have to try typing email or text receipts. Just takes to long.
So in the scheme of “would we buy these printers?” it comes down to would we buy these instead of other Epson printers? I would probably recommend the T20II the most out of all the printers, I think for the price and features and warranty, the T20II is your best bet. If you are worried about space though, take a look at the M series, especially the M10, it’s very very small compared to older receipt printers. The styling on both of these are better than the T20II. If you’re looking for just pure performance, pure reliability, pure speed, the T88V is still your best bet. So that’s kind of the Epson overview of all their printers. Good printers, probably at this time not their best printers, but they are space saving options, and there are some unique pairing capabilities, so if you’re on a tablet or something like that and you don’t have a USB port, then take a look and see if a proper interface is available for you. To purchase these printers, or for more information, please visit us at POSGuys.com. Thanks!
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