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Although this printer is really nice, if you have Android devices, don’t expect it to work with the Square / SqareUp Point Of Sale (POS) app. It will work with iOS devices. It will NOT work with Android devices! Square does not presently support Bluetooth printers on their Android app.
After the self test prints, hold the feed button for a couple of seconds and a menu of options will print. From this first menu select option 3. To do this, press 3 feed times, then hold down for a couple of seconds.
The Epson TM-M10 Ethernet Printer plugs directly into a router to connect with the ShopKeep app over your Wi-Fi network to print receipts and kitchen tickets. Follow this guide to learn how to set up the hardware and connect it to ShopKeep.
Designed to work with today’s market leading operating systems – Android, iOS, Linux, Mac OS & Windows, this printer will have a dramatic impact on the retail environment and enhance Star’s leading position in the mPOS as well as traditional POS marketplaces.
The TM-T20II is the ideal choice for retailers with a low volume of POS transactions. Based on Epson’s advanced printing technology, it delivers the quality and reliability that Epson is known for, which ensures an easy, reliable printing solution for end users.
The Epson TM-m10 and TM-m30 Bluetooth printers connect wirelessly using Bluetooth technology to print receipts and kitchen tickets. Follow this guide to learn how to set up the printer and connect it to ShopKeep.
Slightly larger than the TM-m10, the TM-m30 POS receipt printer offers the freedom to print 3- receipts from virtually any mobile device or desktop PC. Plus, you can use one power source for your tablet and printer — exclusively from Epson.
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!
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One attribute that grabs the user’s attention is TSP650II BTi’s lightening fast print speed. Capable of printing 60 receipts per minute (300 mm/sec), the TSP650II BTi offers unrivalled processing power and outstanding data throughput. Equipped with easy “drop in and print” paper loading, small footprint and reliable guillotine cutter, the TSP650II BTi is a welcomed addition to any POS system. With exceptional performance, functionality, Bluetooth accessibility and iOS support, the TSP650II BTi embodies Star’s motto of “Always Leading – Always Innovating.”
Epson’s cost-effective, energy-efficient TM-T20II thermal Point-of-Sale (POS) printer is ideal for low-volume retailers, food service and virtual terminal applications. It offers fast receipts and cou…
UPDATE: August 14, 2016 – Still no issues with printing. There is a slight delay, about five seconds, between completing the transaction and printing the receipt. This could very well be an issue using Square Payment Systems, and not really the printer and the IPad that I’ve linked it to for Square sales. The printer does lose its Bluetooth connection when I move the IPad to the next room, which is expected, but it often does not “find” and then “pair” again without me going through the printer’s pairing process again. For that reason, I’m lowering my star rating from five to four. In the scheme of things, this is just a minor inconvenience and the printer quality more than makes up for any issues with pairing from time to time.
It features printing up to 200mm/second, high reliability, multiple ease-of-use features, dual interfaces and print options that reduce paper usage up to 30%. The printer supports 802.11a/b/g/n with 2…
iOS users will use the same familiar Airprint experience with their POS system. The printer will work seamlessly with all Apple devices enabling quick setup and simple, high quality receipt printing. This way receipt printing requires no extra configurations, software or additional drivers.
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The TM-22 is a great all-around receipt printer, especially if you’re a low volume retail establishment. It’s quiet, its decently fast, about 30 percent faster than the older TM-T20 receipt printer. The warranty is 2 years, which isn’t quite as good as the 4 year warranty on the TM-T88 V, the speed also isn’t quite as good, but it’s still a good all-around receipt printer and something you should consider if you want a better printer than an impact printer but you don’t want to spend the full price of the TM-T88 V. For more information or to purchase the receipt printer, please visit us at www.posguys.com.
A true out-of-the-box solution, the TSP100LAN FuturePRNT is the first all-in-one receipt printer that comes with everything for immediate use after purchase. All hardware and software are contained in a box, including an internal power supply, interface cable, power cable, complete mounting kits and a paper roll to get your device up and running quickly. Fast setup is only a part of the story, high throughput of 25RPM, “Drop-In & Print” paper loading and compact footprint for better space efficiency makes this unit a great choice you can rely on for applications such as retail, restaurants, and convenience stores.
Model Number -T20. -POS Receipt Printer. -Auto Cutter. -1 x USB Interface. -1 x Serial RS232 Interface. -No other accessories, batteries, power supplies, cables, hardware, software, etc. is included b…
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You can’t beat the TM-T88 series of printers. The serial version work great to swap out older nonfunctional models on our Aloha POS that need to be sent off for re-manufacturing (never throw one of these away, they can be rebuilt for $80-$100). Love the modular connection cards, if you need eithernet connection down the road just replace the card in the bottom. Make sure you set the dipswitches correctly to work with whatever POS system you are using. They are located in the bottom of the unit under the small silver panel secured with a phillips head screw.
Star Micronics TSP650II BTi receipt printer is Apple MFi certified and approved for use with the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. With operating system support for iOS, Android and Windows, the TSP650II BTi 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 sales environments. The TSP650II BTi’s “JustWorks” SSP profile makes the pairing process very simple to use. It allows for a quick connection without the hassle of a passkey or having to choose between iOS and Android modes. Quick and ready to use, no user interaction is needed to pair the TSP650II BTi. One attribute that grabs the user’s attention is TSP650II BTi’s lightening fast print speed. Capable of printing 60 receipts per minute (300 mm/sec), the TSP650II BTi offers unrivalled processing power and outstanding data throughput. Equipped with easy “drop in and print” paper loading, small footprint and reliable guillotine cutter, the TSP650II BTi is a welcomed addition to any POS system. With exceptional performance, functionality, Bluetooth accessibility and iOS support, the TSP650II BTi embodies Star’s motto of “Always Leading- Always Innovating.”
Thermal Receipt Printer, PoweredUSB and USB Interfaces, Auto-cutter. No power supply. Order cables separately. Color: Dark gray. (Dual interface printers require modifications to the printer to use the standard USB interface. The standard USB port will not work unless you use power supply and reconfigure printer by removing the PoweredUSB card). Please Call for more information.
We’ll do another speed test here. So what we did is we setup both of these printers as kitchen printers. We’re going to just add a bunch of items to the order. So as you can see the 88V still printed faster but not so much faster that this would be a hindrance. So definitely an improvement on the T20 versus the older model. The price is about the same as the T20II as it was for the original T20. One big change on it is that the power supply used to be internal on the T20 and it is now external on the T20II. So there is a little brick that you’ll have to hide somewhere under your counter or under a table. Something like that. Before it was just a single cord. Which actually can be a good thing should a power supply fail you can replace it where before it was internal so once that power supply failed then your printer would have to be replaced.
This was the printer recommended to us by OCLC, WorldShare Management Systems in 2012. As a library, we need a printer that is compatible with Java. The Epson TM-T88V receipt printer functions great…as long as Java is not updated. Whenever Java is updated, we have to have our IT department spend hours getting it to work for us once again. However, I believe this is not just an issue with Epson printers. I would challenge Epson to be the first to resolve the issue…then they will still be the receipt printer recommended to libraries throughout the world. Otherwise another company will take the forefront. Here’s what our worldwide library system has told us:
Use an admin utility to confirm the host device’s Bluetooth settings. Print a TM-P60 self test to confirm if the device is recognized. The passkey, device name, and Bluetooth address are printed on the self test. See above on details on how to run a self test.
The Kitchen Buzzer connects directly the RJ11 port on the back of the printer. The buzzer sounds when a print job is sent to the TSP654SK. This is beneficial for high noise environments like kitchens to alert cooks that orders have been sent.
Printer drivers for the TM-T88V are available for the following major operating systems at the Epson POS Download Library. Registration is not required. A disc image containing all the drivers and utilities is also available.
As a result of these efforts, Epson receipt printers have become a global standard. Sold throughout the world, the company’s miniprinters have been highly evaluated by customers with sales now surpassing 300 million units.
39472390 TSP143IIIU GRY E+U Thermal, TSP143III futurePRNT, 80mm Wide Paper, 24VDC Internal Power Supply, Cutter, USB Interface with direct iPad / iPhone charging and data transfer, Grey Case, EU & UK Version
The industry’s smallest POS 2″ receipt printer in its class, the TM-m10 saves valuable counter space, while offering the freedom to print receipts from virtually any mobile device and/or desktop PC. Ideal for most environments, its modular casing can be easily switched from a top-load to front-load configuration. This versatile printer ensures simple integration with existing mobile POS environments, intuitive functionality and advanced connectivity. The TM-m10 is the first of its kind designed exclusively for small businesses. Featuring ePOS™ print technology, it works with iOS®, Android™ and Windows® mobile devices and desktop PCs, and offers fast, easy setup.
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Trust me, if you’re here shopping for a new business and need a printer, you need a thermal receipt printer. Don’t use a regular laser or inkjet printer unless necessary for your situation. It’s awkward, slow, and wastes more resources.
I have several of the TM-T88V Printers and I clicked on the wrong Item number this time. I LOVE the printer but this Item uses Power Plus USB ONLY. What that means it has a special cable (not included) that you have to have to run this printer. It says that it has a USB port on the back but that port is covered by a metal Plate to cover the hole that should have the port. There is also No Port for a cash drawer. I could not seem to find that Power Plus USB cable so I was forced to purchase a Power Supply and a USB interface Card to get the printer to work. I dropped another $200. If you do not know what Power Plus USB is you should NOT get this printer. They do have a fully functional option for this printer and I would highly recommend getting that one.
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