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If you operate a mobile food cart or food truck, THIS is the receipt printer you want. In all Honesty, it took me more time to read through the manual than it did to connect to my Ipad. For the record, I am using this receipt printer with Square Register.
I have a “Jump Start” power supply from Schumaker. It will not provide power for a full day show. I use the stand and the chip reader “Dock” and see as much as 19 watts power being pulled. Portable Power supplies are out there to do this job but, very pricy. Best to start with IPad and chip reader charged to 100% and plug into the power supply when it gets below 15-20%. You could let your Ipad “sleep” after 5/10 minutes but remember Square will have to reconnect each time.
This printer is fast. Thermal printers print very fast, and the internals are actually much simpler than the ones at my work. You simply open it up, drop the paper inside (yes, it’s a drop in, which makes it much easier to replace the roll once it has run out) and then feed the paper over the top.
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.
AirPrint support is pre-installed on iOS devices, so you can use this familiar interface to connect to and begin printing from the new printer. The TSP654II features a fast, 300 mm per second print speed, high-quality 203 dpi print, compact footprint and aesthetic design. Faster print speeds at the Apple point of sale will help shave a few seconds off each transaction, which means less waiting and more efficient customer service.
Star introduces an intelligent interface for the TSP650, TSP700, and TSP800 series of thermal printers, as well as the SP700 series of impact printers, that enables them to receive receipts and orders direct from cloud printing services.
Some retailers (not this one) lead you to believe that the USB version of this printer is compatible with the Square credit card processing hardware. All though it’s a great little printer only the Ethernet and Bluetooth versions are currently supported by Square.
There’s no such thing as a dedicated or near-dedicated photo printer all-in-one, but some dedicated photo printers add functions beyond printing. Most include menus with basic editing features that let you crop an image, remove redeye, and the like. A few add so many editing choices that they’re essentially home photo kiosks, often including a large touch screen to let you easily give commands. These often also add features like the ability to scan slides and film negatives. Some also include enough memory to store hundreds of photos, so you can bring the printer with you, show the photos, and print them out on the spot. Some dedicated photo printers are built into other kinds of devices, like cameras.
@MaseyLeigh – The entire stand system can draw up to 24W from a power supply, so you’d want to make sure that your portable charger could accommodate that. As for if the Square Stand needs power to operate, it will require some power to maintain the connection with the Square Contactless and Chip Card Reader when you have it plugged in through the dock. It will also keep the reader charged. It might be hard to test this out outside of the actual event, but if you do get in a pickle, you could always pair your reader to a smartphone to stay in business that day.
I was already aware that your system is only compatible with a subset of printer models and so I purchased one of your own recommended models, as claimed in the original post above “Epson TM-m10, this model supports both USB and Ethernet”.
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
@Kpay This is very concerning. We should be able to rely on that document for solid facts. It is titled “Supported Hardware” after all, not “Potentially Supported Hardware” or “Take your chances…”. The errors and ambiguity are especially problematic when purchasing from places that may not allow (or easily permit) returns. Also add to the fact that returns can be costly and time consuming for us.
Why, for God’s sakes, can we not have a receipt that takes up a single page instead of three pages??? I’ve been a customer of square-enabled businesses for at least 4 years, and Square hasn’t come up with a solution for this? I saw where someone asked this question in April but didn’t get any responses. Please, please, please? Is there some setting that everyone else in America is using, but I’m not? Please help me.
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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.
Additional support for this product, such as drivers and manuals, is available from our Business System Products Technical Support website. Note: To download software or manuals, a free user account may be required.
I bought this printer to use with a Square stand – it is completely unreliable. After 3 days of use, the printer started powering on and off sporadically in the middle of use. All the wires are securely connected but it doesn’t power on if it does’t want to. I called StarMicronics directly about the issue and they basically said the USB printer gets its power from both the Square stand and the wall outlet (but mostly from the Square stand). In sort, if there is a power issue, it could be an issue with the printer’s connection with the Square stand…or it could be an issue with the hardware itself, but the only way to find out is to go through an inconvenient process to diagnose the issue.
This is one of the more common thermal receipt printers used with Square Payments. It generally costs less than $200. It come in white and black color. It has an auto-cutter to slice thermal receipt paper for you. It uses thermal paper so you never never need to fill it with ink. It is generally easy to maintain and add paper when you need it. So this is a printer that works well in a wide variety of environments. However, if you are in a kitchen or some area where the air is moist you may want to get an impact printer as thermal receipt paper does not work well in moist environments where there is little ventilation. Here is the user manual for the Star Micronics SM-S230i.
The Star Micronics TSP143IIILAN works with Square Payments. Star Micronics is a well known manufacturer of thermal receipt printers. They make many different models. You connect to a Square iPad stand with a USB cable. This receipt printer uses 80 mm width or 3 1/8 inch width thermal paper for the receipts. There is a roll of paper that ships with the receipt printer. An auto cutter mechanism cuts the thermal receipt paper for you when you make a sale.
Installation CD with Drivers, Configuration Utility, and Value Add Utility modeled after futurePRNT Software, Set Up Guide, Power Cord, Embedded Power Supply, Vertical Mount Accessory, Paper Guide, Power Switch Cover, Start-Up Ribbon
Print through the HP Sprocket App with Bluetooth technology. About the size of a cell phone, weighing around 6 ounces (170 grams), this portable printer goes anywhere. Perfectly portable. Requires And…
This item EOM-POS Thermal Receipt Printer- USB, Ethernet, Serial Ports- Auto Cut – Cash Drawer Port (RJ11/RJ12)- Paper Width 3 1/8″ (80mm) – NOT COMPATIBLE with Mac, Square, Shopkeep, Clover, Shopify, or Paypal
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The TSP100 ECO has all cables (including interface cable) and drivers in the box, so you can get setup quickly. The Energy Star Certified Star Micronics TSP100 ECO thermal receipt printer is the first…
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.
Star TSP100 Printer (USB Port / AutoCutter / Dark Gray). This printer has a Receipt Paper AutoCutter built in and is Compatible with the Square Stand Hardware USB hub! Each of our printers has been fu…
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I have e-mailed support twice since last Wednesday (rec’d no response to either message) and spent over an hour on the phone with support yesterday and nothing was resolved. Next step is to stop using Square altogether, as we are a busy bar and asking customers to sign the iPad during peak service does not work in a busy setting. We were about to start switching over the ten other businesses we own to Square, but obviously are no longer considering that. In short, Square sucks.
Always Leading – Always Innovating, Star Micronics’ TSP654II high-speed thermal receipt printer is offered with a variety of interface options. Updates to exceed and further enhance one of Star’s most popular printers, the TSP654II boasts a lightning fast print speed of 60 RPM (receipts per minute) and features an improved guillotine auto-cutter, and easy “drop-in & print” paper loading.
The power cord cleverly mounts flush under the base and faces either right or left, depending upon your choice. It stays in place as the base rotates. The charger keeps the iPad trickle charged to 100 percent and also acts as the main power source when plugged in, saving your battery.
*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)
You are not even consistent with the model names and the actual models that you link to which is pretty critical since the entire reason for this document existing is so that we will purchase among the supported models.
Instead of using an article like format for your printer support, how about using a table to break down the printers with a row for each model and columns indicating features (thermal, impact, USB, ethernet, Bluetooth etc.).
PayPal Here is compatible with the iPhone 3GS and later, and a more feature-rich version of the app is also available on iPads running iOS 5.0 or later. You can also use PayPal Here on an Android smartphone running version 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) or later.
● Interface: Serial ( RS-232, TTL ). ● Paper type: Thermal paper. fiscal printer, gas station. We will try our best to solve any problem. hope you can understand! ● Paper width: 57.5 /- 0.5mm. Produc…
Great little printer. Very compact. Works incredibly well with Paypal Here on an iPad, setup was a breeze. Only wish would be a little more battery life as extra batteries are expensive ($60 each!). I used it for 3 hours and maybe a dozen prints and that expended about half the battery.
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