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. 
With dedicated photo printers, almost any inkjet or thermal dye printer will at least match the output quality you’ll typically see in drugstore prints. ZINK technology is currently limited to printers with either a 2-by-3- or 4-by-6-inch print size, and offers lower-quality output, which is best described as good enough for photos that will wind up in a wallet or behind a refrigerator magnet. Whatever printer you’re considering, be sure to check on the output quality before buying.
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I bought this printer to go along with my square stand as a second printer for use in my soda shop. I already had one of these units and it has performed very well over the last 2 months, Easiest printer to change paper i have ever had and prints very quickly and easy to read.
The SP700 impact printer is the latest addition to Star Micronics’ robust line of printers. Built specifically to work in environments where heat and humidity can erode the type on the kitchen order, the SP700 is an ideal solution. This fast, two-color printer offers crisp, easy to read type for quick viewing, clamshell design for easy paper loading and an embedded power supply for space efficiency.
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.
Not only does a receipt printer print those nice square receipts that tuck nicely into your clients’ wallets and make your business look more professional, but they can also save you real money and reduce impact on the environment pretty quickly.
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.
POS-5805DD mini thermal printer is compatible for iOS Android Windows devices, supporting BT(wireless), USB cable and serial port line connection. It can print fast & clearly. Print 58mm wide thermal …
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Your POS supports USB, and in the @Kpay’s original message there is even mention of a few USB interface printers. However your “Supported Hardware for iPads” document only breaks down printers between “Ethernet” and “Bluetooth” interfaces and only contains a single mention of “USB” for the “Vasario Cash Drawer”. *Company Name:  *Contact Name:  *Phone:  *Email:  *Operating System:  *Interface:  *Issue:  *Which product are you experiencing difficulty with?:  *Which version of the firmware are you using?  Don’t know the firmware version you printer is using?  Click here to learn how to find out. *What is the Serial Number of your product? The Serial number is a 10 to 16 digit number located at the bottom of your printer.  *Please enter a brief one-line description of the problem With included internal power supply, power cables, complete mounting kits, and paper roll, the TSP100III is the perfect printer for any mPOS bundle. Star has also added an additional USB type A connector for one convenient power source for your tablet or mobile device. The TSP100III prints at a high-speed of 43 RPM (250mm/s) and includes "drop-in & print" paper loading and a guillotine auto-cutter. Whether you're a casual photographer or a pro, one of the photo printers below is sure to fit your needs. Whichever you choose, you're guaranteed to hold evidence of that great moment in your hand almost as soon as you capture it with a click. Please click on the link above to learn about the Square POS Bundle. This is a complete solution for Square POS. This inlcudes, a Square Stand, a receipt printer, a cash drawer, an EMV card reader and a docking station for the card reader. 5 things are in this bundle. We tell what they are. Why you need some of them. And where you can buy them. It’s a big payment topic so we moved to another page. Again click on the link above. Thank you. Buying this combo and getting each Square POS piece individually was much cheaper than buying it from Square as part of their whole POS system. Plus, we were able to get our entire Square system in matching white. Cash box plugs into printer with a cable that looks like a phone cable, so it doesn't require a USB port. Color:Gray Star Micronics tsp650ii bti receipt printer is apple mfi certified and approved for use with the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. The tsp650ii bti's "just works" sap profile makes the pairing p...
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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.
Connecting your Square system using iPad(s) on a LAN is ideal for larger retail businesses and restaurants. Using a LAN allows you to share printers such as kitchen and order fullfilment printers that can be shared between multiple iPads running Square. Square iPads on a LAN use Ethernet (LAN) and Bluetooth printers and scanners. Cash drawers are connected directly to a receipt printer.
2 Inches 58mm Mini Android Bluetooth Port Thermal Receipt Printer Thermal Printer(buyers Will Need to Create Their Own Custom Printing Software When Used with Android Based Devices) 3.1 out of 5 stars21
Star Micronics’ TSP100IIIWLAN is the faster, easier, and better solution for POS receipt printing. With WiFi connectivity, simple “Push ‘n’ Connect” WPS set-up, and high-speed printing of up to 43 receipts per minute, the TSP100III is perfect for any retail or hospitality environment.
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.
We first bought the Wifi model and couldn’t get the manufacturer or Square to figure out how to make the two communicate, even though it’s supposed to be supported. We were told to return that and switch to this blue tooth model. Now this one won’t communicate with Square either. It’s the only receipt printer that Square publishes it supports. We don’t have any odd setup, all brand new peripheral equipment, new iPad, Square stand/Register. Hours on support with both and no resolution to date.
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Star Micronics SM-T300i-DB50 Portable Monochrome Direct Thermal Printer Bluetooth Model WSP-i350 With SMPS (Battery Charger) Model BL607080085900NK. Please look at all the pictures, you will receive what you see in the picture.
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