Accept magstripe cards – swipe the stripe. Use the built-in long track reader to swipe magstripe cards as long as your customers are carrying them. Simple pricing pay 2.75 percent per swipe, dip, or Tap for VISA, MasterCard, discover, and American express—no Surprise fees. Fast deposits Square sends deposits directly to your bank account in one to two business days—or you can enable instant deposit for 1 percent per deposit to get your money in seconds. Stylish, durable, and customer-friendly design the glossy white molded plastic exterior Plus metal skeleton interior is durable but stylish. The Square stand tilts and swivels for ideal viewing angles, allowing customers to Sign for purchases on your iPad. 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.
In the meantime, I will your support people to see if we can resolve the issue with the TM-m10 but I’m honestly not holding out much hope for it considering the current shape of your support documents on this.
If you use Square Payments in your business, you’ll want a Square receipt printer. Sure. Your customer will get an electronic receipt. But receipt printers make you look more professional. A printed receipt makes your customer feel comfortable about the transaction. If you want to learn about the Square Register go here.
This is Carrie from the Square team. A quick update – we had to temporarily roll back this feature as it introduced a bug we need to fix first. @TopJimmy sorry for the inconvenience! I will make sure to update the community here when we roll out again.
Thanks for your offer to look into this and the possibility of finding it in Canada. Now I’m thinking a Bluetooth printer wouldn’t be so bad. I assume I could get a second one at some point to work in our kitchen (no grease or anything like that). Wouldn’t mind help on finding out how much the printer is, cost to ship, etc. Would yo mind? Thanks. John
Is anyone using an external power source? I used to have a portable unit to jump start my car, and it had an outlet to plug things in. I’m thinking about picking up one of those, but wanted to see what’s working for other people.
I did have a question about multiple receipt printing, but an email to the POS Maid support team in conjunction with support from the Star Micronics website, resolved this. You CAN print multiple copies of each transaction.
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…
If you use ‘Square’ as your credit card acceptance service, the Square Stand takes you to the next level of professionalism. It is especially useful for your store location, or if you set up a kiosk for the day at a local event. The device itself is quite heavy in order to keep the unit stable while you use it and when the client signs it.
Star Micronics TSP100Receipt Printer is the first All-in-One receipt printer on the market today!. The advantage of TSP143 Receipt Printer is evident for applications such as retail, restaurants, and convenience stores. The printer is directly supported in Square Register. Star has also included a number of embedded simple utilities that will enhance Retail or Hospitality CRM in POS applications and therefore make the entire experience simple. These printers come complete with every thing you need including printer, power supply, printer cable, wall bracket and a roll of thermal paper. Choose either a wired Ethernet (LAN) connection or a USB connection.
The TSP143III is the faster, easier, and better POS printing solution. Already a leading player in the mPOS market, Star Micronics’ TSP143III is offered with WLAN, LAN, Bluetooth, or USB interface connection for an easy-to-use and ready-to-go installation. The TSP143III now offers a web configuration page for the WLAN and LAN TSP143III printers, a simpler wat for all devices to connect to the WLAN printer for set-up with AP mode, an easy Bluetooth pairing connection, and a “plug and play” USB connection. For the USB version, there will be a new USB serial number feature so the PC will detect the TSP143IIIU on its Windows platform using any USB port. The new thermal receipt printer is an upgrade of the TSP100, printing at almost twice the speed with a special de-curl function, and it fully compatible with its previous version, requiring no additional integration or development.
The sleek, versatile TM-m30 POS receipt printer offers the freedom to print 3″ receipts from virtually any mobile device and/or desktop PC. Ideal for most environments, its modular casing can switch from a top-load to front-load configuration. Plus, it features simple integration with mobile POS environments, intuitive functionality and advanced connectivity. Use one power source for your tablet and printer – an added convenience, exclusively from Epson. The TM-m30 is the first of its kind designed exclusively for today’s advanced POS environment. Featuring innovative ePOS™ print technology, it works with iOS®, Android™ and Windows® mobile devices and desktop PCs, and offers fast, easy setup.
Extremely compact and lightweight, the Star Micronics SM-S230i-UB40 Bluetooth mobile receipt printer goes anywhere to pair wirelessly with your iPhone or iPad. It uses 58 mm (2.25-inch) receipt paper and offers the convenience of automatic Bluetooth connection with previously paired iPads or iPhones. That makes it ideal for queue busting, mPOS receipt printing and other everyday activities in busy retail and hospitality environments.
The Star Micronics TSP43LAN is one of the first dedicated Ethernet software-driven point-of-sale receipt printers you can set up and start using almost immediately. It makes installation easy and flexible with setup software and a simple, fast network connection that employs standard CAT 5 cabling.
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 SM-T300i portable receipt printer is approved by Apple, Inc. through MFi certification for use with the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. In addition to its ability to pair with iOS, Android and other popular mobile platforms, the SM-T300i has easy drop in and print paper loading, a reliable and quick print speed of 75 mm per second, and an intuitive LCD display. Dust protected and splash-proof resistant (IP54 Certified), the SM-T300i is rugged enough for outside field workers requiring handhelds to seamlessly print from a mobile device to a durable portable 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 coupled with a long battery life makes the SM-T300i a welcomed option.
Apple MFi Certified Bluetooth Interface Enables wireless printing from mobile devices via Apple MFi certified Bluetooth interface. Dual chip Bluetooth Supports all iDevices such as iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® in addition to all Android and Windows devices.
In addition, the SP700 BTi 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 SP700 BTi, open the application on WebPRNT Browser and prints from the application.
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.
As a bluetooth only device, it is a bit glitchy. If you are wanting to use it with a phone/tablet only as a standalone device, look elsewhere. The miura m010 reader works great for this, though is unfortunately not available on amazon.
This is just from memory but as far as I know the stand is plugged in to simply supply power to the iPad to charge, not for the stand to function. I don’t see an iPad surviving a full day being used frequently on a single charge, if it’s not that often it might be fine.
As VanKalkerFarms answer states, Point of Sale is not compatible with standard desktop printers at this time. A possible solution might be to view your receipts on your online Dashboard after the transaction is complete and you can print them from there on a desktop printer.
Hey @Helen and anyone else reading this forum with the same problem! I wanted to mention that calling support provided the solution! Apparentely just updating the Point of Sale app was not enough, and I had to simply delete and reinstall it instead. Essentially just “turn it off and turn it on again” for the app era 🙂
We have our TM-m10 connected via USB into the Square POS hub and it shows as connected within our printer station. Unfortunately though, when we print something that has text within the “Custom Text” or “Refund Policy” fields we get a string of random characters (see photo below).
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