Introduced in 2012, PayPal Here is a credit card reader and accompanying app that allows businesses and individuals to accept a wide range of payments — from credit cards to checks— on iOS and Android devices.
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
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).
The APG Series 4000 cash drawer is one of the toughest on the market, utilizing industrial components to 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.
The printer will run test prints through Epson software so I know it is connected to the Ipad by bluetooth. So it seems the issue is with square recognizing it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
This is a used printer, tested in working condition. It has some random wear marks from use. It comes with the power adapter and a USB cable only. This has a USB interface Please take a look at the…
I just received my stand last night and I have to say out of the box, SUPER easy to use. It comes with 2 different types of mounts, the usb hub to plug in external things like receipt printers and cash drawers and even a barcode scanner. A lot of reviews said the Air 2 didn’t fit properly, but mine fit perfectly and they even include a special screw to hold it in the stand. I tested it and even picked it up an jiggled it. The ipad stayed in place. I will definitely be adding a receipt printer and cash drawer for my craft shows. Anyone on the fence should definitely give this a try!
As we mentioned, Square does not support Bluetooth devices with Android. However, as long as your Android device is compatible with the Bluetooth scanner, any Bluetooth scanner should work with Square. Again, these devices are limited to only searching for products by product name or numeric SKU, and do not automatically add products to the order. If you’re looking for a Bluetooth barcode scanner to use with Square for Android instead of the official scanners, we recommend:
If you want a great little device that you can just put in your pocket and is compatible with Android devices, this one is a great option to look into. In addition to being able to connect via Bluetooth, you can also use it with USB connections for even more functionality – but be warned that it doesn’t work with iOS devices and it’s unclear if it’ll work with a Mac either.
The Square stand is very durable and to my surprise heavier than it looks. The swivel mount is built into the bottom of the device and conceals the power cord. This cord is connected to a 3 port USB module that will allow users to connect up to three separate POS devices in addition to connections with wireless LAN POS devices like receipt and label printers. Although not official, the Square stand can hold an iPad Air 2 pretty perfectly. I would suggest placing a small foam dot or so, just so that it is seamless to the stands edges. All in all, this is a great start-up POS system and highly customizable to any operation. I would recommend this product to any small business.
Keeps track of my inventory, sends me messages even when I am not in store if someone made a sale and for how much… so simple, once you get it all figured out, first timer here and it only took a couple of hours to figure out…
This latest addition to the TSP100 Series provides a range of new features including a high print speed of 250 mm /second, a guillotine auto cutter (cutter life 2 million cuts) as well as thin paper capability providing benefits not only for the environment but also the user’s operating costs.
I’ve only had it up and running for a couple of weeks now, but it prints and cuts the receipts well and have yet to have any problems with it. Drivers disc makes setting up and installing a snap, and it comes with any/all necessary cables. It even comes with a mount for wall mounting, but in looking at it I’m not sure how you would do that or even why someone might want to 🙂
SM-S230i 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 SM-S230i, open the application on WebPRNT Browser and prints from the application.
The Kitchen Buzzer connects directly the the RJ11 port on the back of the printer. The buzzer sounds when a print job is sent to the TSP100. This is beneficial for high noise environments like kitchens to alert cooks that orders have been sent.
Introducing the TSP100 futurePRNT, 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.
First one we got was dead. Customer service is almost non-existent. Packaged it up and paid to ship back to repair center. Several weeks went by with no feedback, then received back the exact packaging with no note or anything to indicate what the issue was, or if it had even been fixed. It seems it has, but that process was a pain. Now it doesn’t like to stay visible on the network so we are always either re-booting or just telling people it’s broken. Turns out people don’t care all that much about paper receipts anyway. Recommend purchasing directly through Square if you really need it. At least then you might get some tech support.
Paper Width: 2.28in (58mm). Are you looking for a practical printer?. If so, you can’t miss this 58T Practical Thermal Printer. 1 x 58mm Thermal Paper Roll (Inside the Machine). 1 x Thermal Printer. C…
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.
Impact printers are typically the most affordable and are suited to damp environments like a kitchen but they’re a bit slower than other models. Thermal printers are fast and quiet but require toner to function, and inkjet printers are fast and give high quality prints but are generally the most expensive.
As Tom DeSimone wrote in his PayPal Here review for Merchant Mavericks, the app features credit card recognition software that allows merchants to accept a credit card payment by taking a picture of the card with their smartphone. This comes in handy when you’ve forgotten your card reader or need to process an impromptu payment.
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I think this may help with the confusion, it has to be plugged into the router (chord not included) but you can print over WIFI, I have 3 I pads using Square Register that we print from during lunch orders. Been about a month and we are really happy. It is noisy but does the job.
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.
Connect your PayPal Here POS equipment to a cash register to make change for customers and store cash. When you set up a cash drawer with PayPal, it will automatically open for every cash transaction or when issuing a cash refund. PayPal Here POS hardware for iPad and iPhone work with cash drawers that connect to the Star TSP 143L or Star TSP 654L receipt printer and are equipped with the MultiPro 320 24 Volt interface connection. Examples include the APG Vasario 1313 and APG Vasario 1616.
Really solid receipt printer. Less expensive than 90% of the machines in its class, but it holds its own without an issue. Installation was slightly more involved than other reviewers had let on (it helps to know which port you’re connecting this through), but overall it was still pretty simple to get working. Just make sure that you don’t have an old version of the Epson receipt print driver on your computer, as this can cause the installation to fail.
I spent years in jobs that included lots of cash handling. This cash drawer is the nicest I’ve seen. It’s solid build will last for years and its finish is just lovely. It triggers cleanly and the drawer all but shoots out when triggered. I’m very pleased.
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