Star Micronics TSP100 futurePRNT is the first all-in-one receipt printer. Yes, all the parts and software are included in one box. To get you setup quickly, we’ve included an internal power supply, interface cable, power cable, complete mounting kits and a paper roll. To bring you the future of receipt printing now, we’re also including a full set of software utilities. Redesign your receipt without modifying your application. Add your logo. Add coupons. Preview receipts and enhance bar codes. Included operating system drivers allow for ‘Plug & Play’ automatic installation.
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Scanners with Square for Android function as keyboard wedge scanners (they input data where the cursor is on the screen). From our testing (as of 5/1/2017), they are only able search within the Items Menu screen. They can search by product name or by SKU, but only numeric SKU, no alphanumeric SKU or alphanumeric part number. Also, unlike scanners with Square for iOS, scanners with Square for Android do not automatically add the scanned part number to the order. USB barcode scanners are only compatible with devices running Android 5.0 or higher. For other barcode scanners, see our list of Unofficially Compatible Barcode Scanners.
@thestationslo Glad to hear you were able to get your printer up and running, thank you for the update! It sounds like you might be interested in using sign and tip on printed receipts. This feature is used for restaurants to authorize a customers payment card, and add a tip later (within 36 hours).

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Step 12: We will code an onClickListener for the “close” button so we can close the connection to Bluetooth printer and save battery. Put the following code after the onClickListener of the “Send” button, inside onCreate() method.
This is such a life saver!! Of course you can get a card reader from the company for free, but I wanted two of them and I could not find a better deal than this! I purchased this for business reasons but also used it at a yard sale and it worked wonderfully (and allowed for sales that would not have happened otherwise). Highly recommend!
Square’s hardware is only approved for use in the country for which it is intended. For example, hardware sold or intended for sale in the United States is not approved for use in Australia, Canada, Japan, or the United Kingdom.
Nice dot matrix receipt printer for use in a commercial kitchen to print out orders. It’s a larger printer compared to the thermal printers and it’s quite loud. Not a bad thing in a kitchen as the chef will hear the printer when a new ticket is up. It does by the way have a buzzer jack so when a ticket is printed the buzzer goes off as well. Easy to set up even without instructions that were not included in the box, nor was the power cord. I think I received a used or returned unit so hopefully instructions and a power cord should be included. Star has a very good website with all documentation online. I believe this printer will work well in the kitchen environment. Be sure to stock up on ribbons & paper. Also, be careful who this or any other product for that matter is sold by. If it’s not sold by Amazon.com there most likely will be a different return policy than the easy & liberal Amazon.com return policy. This is why I did not return the item since the seller I purchased from (Antonline) had such a restrictive and arrogant return policy, I thought I’d be in for a fight. Since it worked & I had a power cord I just kept it, it wasn’t work the potential aggravation.
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.
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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.
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.
Square Register on an iPad works with a broad range of third-party hardware devices. Listed below, you’ll discover a list of supported devices, where to acquire them and info on reading up.Note: Square isn’t suitable with Quebec Sales Recording Modules (SRMs/MEVs) needed for dining establishments. Receipt Printer Compatible With Square.
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.
Dust protected and splash-proof resistant (IP54Certified), the SM-T300i is rugged enough for outside field workers requiring handhelds to seamlessly print from a mobile device to a durable portable mobile receipt printer. The SM-T300i also allows for restaurant servers and clerks working in demanding retail and hospitality environments to print standard three inch format receipts wherever they need to. Its rugged and splash proof design combined with standard three inch receipt printing and a long battery life make the SM-T300i a welcomed option.
I do appreciate your post though and I wanted to let you know that we are working to provide support for more printers and your feedback is welcome! For example, we recently launched support for several Epson printers which can be used with Square on iOS devices (the full list of printers is here). 
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Many other credit card processors are accused of the same thing. After all, merchants are susceptible to credit card fraud, and payment processors are generally a cautious bunch. However, as DeSimone pointed out in his review of PayPal Here, the company does seem to be a bit cautious about withholding funds and freezing accounts. Other mobile card processors, like Square, have also been accused of being overly vigilant.
Works perfectly with my PayPal account and my iPhone 6S smart phone. I use it almost every weekend and I have not had one issue with it at all. Runs off my phones blue tooth and prints receipts like a champ. Highly recommend
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
The only troubleshooting I had to do after, occurred after a Windows update. The port the 2nd starmicronics entry in Printers and Devices had changed port numbers. I just repeated step 6 and then made the 2nd starmicronics entry in printers and devices match that of the entry that is auto installed when you pair the printer the first time and I was golden. I’ve rebooted numerous times since then and it has retained the port.
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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.
Whisper notes. The small and cute printer is pocketable and smaller than a powder compact. Micro USB interface. Mistake printing. 1 X Thermal Paper. 1 X Colorful Thermal Paper. 1 X White Printer. 1 X …
Also available with Apple MFi certified Bluetooth interface, Star’s SP700 BTi can support kitchens and back of house operations without wiring that can get in the way of its staff. The SP700 BTi supports iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices in addition to Android™ and Windows devices.
Atm it’s cheaper for me to use something else other than square, than to change the printer tablet setup. It appears other people have similar issues. Square managment need to grasp the economics here of only catering to a small hardware segment(Star printers) of the market, while marketing themselves as a simple DIY eftpos POS for small businesses, who burn themselves on compatability issues. Hopefully Square can solve this issue.
Star’s mobile printer range is MFi (Made for iPad™ iPod Touch® iPhone®) certified and our intuitive Software Developer Kits (SDKs) allow simple integration with the latest cloud-based POS software as well as custom Android™, iOS™, Linux™ and Windows™ based apps.
Bought it to print off my Square register with an iPad Air and it worked perfectly right out of the box! No driver download, no ink to mess with – plugged it in, plugged in the USB printer cable (mine WAS included) added paper, went back to previous sales and hit print receipt & a nice clean receipt slid out the top. Seems very commercial grade & well designed. This is kind of a 5 star review for both this printer and the square register since they go together so seamlessly. Very nice.
Update: After several months this printer is still working strong and still haven’t had a problem with it. I noticed a couple of people complain about receiving the wrong printer- well the reason they received the wrong printer is because they ordered the wrong printer. The title plainly states the model is TSP143U, USB. TSP143U is the USB model, hence the U. If you need the ethernet model you’ll need one of the TSP143L series models.
While the PayPal Here reader isn’t as sleek as some of its competitors’ (namely, the tiny white cube distributed by Square), reviewers like David Pogue — who writes a technology column for the New York Times — have noted that it’s more practical to use. The reader, which plugs into the headphone jack of a smartphone or tablet, is composed of three blue triangles.
Interface options available include Serial, Parallel, USB, Ethernet, iOS/Android/Windows compatible Bluetooth and the Apple AirPrint communication protocal. The Apple MFi certified TSP654II Bi is approved for use with iPod Touch®, iPhone®, and iPad® devices. With operating system support for iOS, Android™, and Windows, the TSP654II Bi features the best of both worlds by coupling the comfort of legacy products with the speed and connection options demanded today in fast-paced point of sale environments.
With resistance to the most brutal environments, APG drawers feature sturdy steel frames powder coated in cloud white or black to resist scratches and other external abuse. Industrial grade steel ball bearing slides on the drawer won’t wear like silicon wheels and promote silky smooth opening and closing every time. The heavy duty latch mechanism is rated for over 4 million operations, allowing you to open the drawer 200 times a day, every day, for nearly 55 years.
So overall, should you use Square for Android? We recommend using it as an affordable alternative to the common iPad Square point of sale set up. With a number of Android tablets available for under $100, and a wider variety of compatible hardware, using Square with an Android device has more options, and more affordable options, for you to choose from. The Square app is a bit more limited with Android, you can only search within certain screens and items aren’t automatically added to the order the way they are with iOS, but for small businesses, it’s an easy and relatively cheap way to process transactions.
If you’re considering a POS system to make it more convenient for your business to manage inventory and prices, you shouldn’t look any further. For the price, you can set up a fantastic FREE POS software with all the accessories such as the stand, receipt printer, cash drawer, barcode scanner, and EMV/chip reader for one upfront cost and not have to pay for your POS like some of these not so reputable POS sellers try to market to you. Even if you don’t use Square to process your cards (which is what Square truly wants you to do), the setup for a POS system with an iPad is second to none. The software gets constant updates, works flawlessly, and is FREE. I have no regrets about switching to the Square ecosystem for running my business and selling inventory. I occasionally use their card processing, but even if I didn’t, I’d still use the Square POS system and software. No regret here!
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.

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