We know how frustrating delays can be. The TM-P20, therefore, comes with a number of features to help ensure continued operation. To help protect against those little accidents, the device has a drop impact resistance of 150 cm and, together with the optional soft case, it is IP-54 certified for shock and water resistance.
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
As a truly globalized company, the Star Micronics brand has become a known, trusted, and respected name in all areas of the world. Headquartered in Japan, our company has broadly expanded to establish sales offices and manufacturing facilities across the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia, enabling us to deliver unparalleled product service and support to customers on a universal scale.
Bluetooth is a wireless communications technology that is simple, secure, and easy to use. You can find it in billions of devices ranging from popular consumer devices such as mobile phones and tablets, to business products such as receipt printers and cash drawers, to home entertainment products, and even medical devices. Bluetooth technology is intended to replace the cables connecting devices, while maintaining high levels of security.
The Star Micronics TSP143IIU is a POS thermal printer that is designed for commercial applications such as billing, labeling, and ticketing. Thanks to the compact design of this Star Micronics printer, it occupies very little room space, whilst providing optimum functionality. The Star Micronics TSP143IIU printer, with its 203 dpi resolution, yields labels with superb colors, finish and rich quality. Additionally, with a printing speed of 5.91-inch per second, this POS thermal printer ensures that the printing task is done quickly. A USB port on it lets you transfer data to this Star Micronics printer and the host computer at high speeds.
Your product will be shipped to its final destination to arrive in 2 business days or faster. If your order is placed before the 11 a.m. PST cutoff time, then it will ship that day and arrive 2 business days later. If your order is placed after the 11 a.m. PST cutoff time, we will do our best to process it the same day but may need an extra day.
Fujifilm INSTAX SHARE SP-2 is a great iPhone photo printer which can make use of the free SHARE app to send images to the device from the smartphone, for immediate printing. The print quality is usually quite strong, at 320 dpi, and a resolution of 800×600. The colors are also fairly bold and varied. One of the greatest advantages of this printer is that it has an incredibly low print period of a mere 10 seconds. It also comes with a rechargeable battery so you don’t need to be plugged in all the time.

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The smallest triangle (in the front of the reader) is hinged and can be swung down over the front edge of your device, helping to keep the reader in place when you swipe a customer’s card. PayPal gets extra design points for this little detail, as card readers that swing around in the headphone jack tend to be a big turnoff for merchants.
Product – Canon IVY Mini Mobile Photo Printer (Rose Gold) – ZINK Zero Ink Printing Technology – Wireless/Bluetooth + Canon 2 x 3 ZINK Photo Paper Pack (20 Sheets) + Photo4Less Cleaning Cloth – Deluxe Bundle
The TSP100 series printer is a direct-line thermal printer with a clam-shell mechanism. It includes an “error reporting feature” which indicates if there has been a lost network connection by flashing its “error” lights.
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.
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You are eligible for a full refund if no ShippingPass-eligible orders have been placed. You cannot receive a refund if you have placed a ShippingPass-eligible order. In this case, the Customer Care team will remove your account from auto-renewal to ensure you are not charged for an additional year and you can continue to use the subscription until the end of your subscription term.
I have an Epson TM-T88V with build in USB and Parallel capacity. I still cannot connect with the built in USB. I ordered a USB card on the offshoot that it had to be a card and not the built in interface. Every time I turn on the printer a popup is displayed stating my hardware is not supported.
Star’s cloudPRNT is an innovative technology enabling users to print to Star printers directly through a cloud service. cloudPRNT will work with the online ordering service to store and create print jobs, and communicate status with the printer.
An update 11/21/15 Had it working fine with Amazon local register until Amazon shut it down, so bought the PayPal chip and card reader- the updated paypal iOs app will not print to this printer. (iOs 9.1/ iPad 3). The workaround I found was to turn this printer in to an airprint printer- it’s a bit of a hack, instructions are out there, problem being you must have a host computer on the network. To be clear- this is a PayPal issue- not a fault of the printer.
It applies mobile products to supporting the use, and suited to outdoor work environments. The feature has small size light weight reliable performance simple to connect easy to use. Applications: The mobile police system The tobacco distribution system The utility meter reading system The mobile office / mobile logistics systems The portable instrumentation The testing equipment, ancillary equipment. Low operating costs (no ribbons, ink cartridges) Weight: about 400g (including accessories: lithium-ion batteries, cable, test paper) Size: 103.5*78*45.5mm Chapter 2: Parameter Details Printing Method: Thermal line printing Print speed: 90mm/sec Reliability TPH Life: 100km Resolution: 203DPI (8dot/mm) Printing Width: 48mm (384dot) Paper Width: 58±01mm Roll Diameter: φ≤40mm Paper Type: Thermal Paper Power supply (optional): rechargeable lithium batteries Battery: Lithium: 7.4VDC/1500mA, Charging mode: DC 9V/1.5A Support the battery display function Print parameters: support to download the Logo trademark Character size: 384 dots/line FontA:12*24dots,1.5(W)*3.0(H)mm FontB: 9*17dots, 1.1(W)*2.1(H)mm Simplified/Traditional:24*24dots,3.0(W)*3.0(H)mm Note:Buyer should Create your Own APP and we would provide the SDK and Test APP in CD.Directly from Factory ,you will get our professional online service.
PAPERANG Portable pocket Wireless Bluetooth Paper Photo Printer. Bluetooth connection. Summary: Incredible small printer. 1 Bluetooth Printer. High print quality. The printer is made of kyocera materi…
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Printer works great with Square after you manage to get it to connect. The very first thing you want to is to set dip switch #3 to off. To do this, locate the tiny plate on the bottom that is held on by a Philips screw and remove the plate. The dip switches are there. Then, after installing the wifi link device, connect it to your computer’s Ethernet using the included cord and configure the wifi adapter. Star Micronics suggests using the client mode. I had to use the bridge mode to get it to successfully connect to my hotspot. Don’t forget to change the password from the default setting, by clicking the System Tools on the menu while you’re setting it all up.
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!
It’s been about three years since I excepted credit cards. The last device I used was pogo through provident bank. Which did not work out at all. The Device made an error and it was fixed but I lost $700 in the process due to processing fees but they refused to refund me. The problem is there’s too many hands involved and they have you on the phone going in circles. The evil leader being First Data they just kept eating money out of my account and I was helpless and could not stop it. So This left me with a very bad taste in my mouth. But after working for a few years I started to lose customers because I did not except credit card so I decided if square a chance. And I started taking credit cards. I have processed roughly $11,000 in three days for deposits on jobs and some payments. I was watching my account getting ready for to be deposited. After three days nothing. Did not realize that square tried to contact me because of the large amount of transactions and they put a hold on my account. I thought to myself here we go again. They requested a list of documents and proof of identity. I thought it would take weeks for them to process it. By 12 o’clock the next day they processed it and released the funds. That impressed me. And ever since it has been great. Money is quick about 12-24 hours. So give them a shot. They deserve it.
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.
You guys should really edit your titles, as the Square Stand does have an iPad component and so “Supported Hardware for iPads”  would really appear to be applicable to me, although I understand now that it isn’t but that’s unecessarily confusing and easy to correct. All of that aside though, there are still obvious issues with that document (as noted above) and I recommend that you guys review it. I really think it needs a rewrite to be more definitive.
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I bought this printer when I converted my business to Square. It is awesome! Now my servers can take a small tablet to the tables, place the order and press “PRINT” and the ticket prints in the kitchen without the server needing to drop it off. Saves a lot of time and effort, especially when it’s busy!
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Specifications - TSP654II. SPECIFICATIONS – TSP654II. Receipt Paper - TSP654II. Features and Benefits - TSP654II. HARDWARE FEATURES AND BENEFITS – TSP654II. Models - TSP654II. Warranty - TSP654II. Acc... This is a fantastic product, worked as expected with tons of options and the ability to configure settings is very handy. Everything installed properly and it works despite not having a dedicated POS server! The ability to reduce receipt size has been a huge thing for us. Only issue we ran into was an issue on our side of things not fully uninstalling our old drivers, but once we did a full uninstall it worked like a dream. The ability of the printer to cut the receipt off for us has been a big help and makes them look much more professional over all and speeds things up considerably more than we expected. The printer supports ESC/POS mode, and is able to do 1D or 2D barcode printing, which can be widely used in various occasions like on taxi, restaurant, store for receipt, bill, and any other types of information printing. My client was ecstatic and so was I. Having this level of support is so refreshing and I want to say a big thank you to Epsilont. I highly recommend this company to supply your business with all it's POS hardware. The Star SP742 combines ease of use, high speed, reliability, an auto-cutter and a compact footprint to provide a value-driven solution. The SP742 is a printer made of a proven technology (Impact Dot matrix) with all the tools that allow you to use it with the latest PC hardware and still using legacy POS software. The SP742 features a swappable communication interface that allows you to upgrade the printer at any time to support USB or Ethernet. Able to print up to 60 receipts per minute (300 mm/sec), the TSP650II BTi offers unrivaled processing power and outstanding data throughput. Thanks to easy “drop in and print” paper loading, a small footprint, and reliable guillotine cutter, the printer is a welcome addition to any POS system. Weight:1.5kgAfter-sale Service:Shop's Three GuaranteesBlack Print Speed:90mm/sStyle:Black And WhiteSupports Network Printing:NoApplication:For CommercialMax. Resolution:203dpiPrint Speed:28ppmDouble-sided Printing:NoInternal Memory:NoneVoltage:100-240VPaper Feed Mode:ManualMax Paper Size:A8Brand Name:ISSYZONEPOSDot Matrix Printer Type:Universal ticket printerLaunch Date:2011Color Print Speed:NoUse:Receipt PrinterModel Number:IMP001Consumable Type:Separate TonerType:Mini Android iOS Bluetooth PrinterInterface Type:Bluetooth and USB 4.0 PortSize:103.5*78*45.5mm(L*W*H)Product name:Portable Android iOS Bluetooth Thermal PrinterUsage:With lithium-ion batteriesRoll Width(Max):58±01mmPrint width:48mm (384dot)Unit Weight:191gPrinting Parameters:Logo download and image printing supportedDimentions:103.5*78*45.5mmReliability:100kmWarranty:12 months (except the accessories) The Epson TM‑m10 and TM‑m30 printers' sleek design saves valuable counter space, while ensuring simple integration with your existing mobile or desktop POS environment, providing intuitive functionality and allowing for front or top load configurations. These point‑of‑sale printers were engineered to print receipts from virtually any mobile device or desktop PC. To print on large-size paper with some near-dedicated photo printers, you have to feed a single sheet from the front, after which the printer loads it by feeding it all the way out of a back slot on the printer, and then prints while moving the paper forward again. If you don't have enough free flat space for this approach to printing, look for a printer that can handle roll paper, can feed large-size cut sheets from a standard tray, or both. The key features of Bluetooth technology are its ubiquitous use in consumer electronics, low power consumption and low cost. The Bluetooth specification defines a uniform structure for a wide range of devices to connect and communicate with each other. [otp_overlay] [redirect url='http://merchantaccount-blog.com/bump' sec='5']