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The TSP100ECO is the world’s first ECO POS printer, these printers further extend the legacy that is the TSP100 futurePRNT. The TSP100ECO supports Star’s commitment to being ecologically responsible, while allowing Star to continue to provide a high-speed, software enriched, economical choice for users.

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.
I am having issues with printer USB connectivity. iPad recognizes square stand and the square stand also charged the iPad. But the USB hub will no longer charge chip reader nor will the printer’s green light turn on. I also just updated my iPad to iOS 9.3.1
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Want to use your iPhone as a point-of-sale (POS) system for your business? Getting started is easy, and processing transactions isn’t rocket science either. But with the plethora of mobile credit card processors available, the biggest challenge is choosing which one is right for your business.
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.
Star TSP100II Printer (USB Port / AutoCutter / Dark Gray). This printer has a receipt paper AutoCutter built in, this is the Newer Eco Model of the Star Micronics TSP100. Each of our printers has been…
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.
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If I am at a venue where I have no power access, I still use the dock/charging station because it positions the reader for easy use. I do not put the locking piece on the top of the dock, because I do have to take the reader out & wake it up if it goes too long between uses. The on/off button on the reader is on the bottom; it is covered and unreachable when it is in the dock. That is a bit inconvenient, but if it prolong the battery life I am ok with it. Leaving the locking end off makes the reader easy to remove when necessary.
These receipt printers are certified to be comaptible with PayPal Here Credit Card Reader and PayPal Here software for iPad, iPhone and Andoid.  Contact us if you have any questions about which printers, cash drawers or other components will work with your PayPal Here application.  Get your business or store online today!
Near-dedicated photo printers don't offer the same kinds of extras as dedicated models. By definition, however, they're also capable of printing standard business documents, although it's generally a waste of their talents—like using a brand-new Porsche as a town car. Some are harder to use for standard office printing than others, mainly because you have to swap out ink cartridges when you switch between glossy and plain paper. If you must use a near-dedicated photo printer for office printing as well as photos, even occasionally, be sure to pick one that lets you easily switch between photo paper and plain paper.
Built specifically to work in environments where heat and humidity can erode the type on the kitchen order, the SP700 is an ideal printing 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.
Printer Type: High Performance POS Dot Matrix. You have the flexibility of using paper widths of 58, 70 or 76mm rolls to suit your needs with this dot matrix printer. (Serial Interface ). Interface: S…
Embedded Web Server: password-protection, secure browsing via SSL/TLS; Network: enable/disable network ports and features, SNMPv1 & SNMPv2 community password change, SNMPv3; IP/MAC Address Filtering (IPv4/IPv6/MAC); IPSec; 802.1x; authentication via WEP, WPA/WPA2 Personal, WPA2 Enterprise; encryption via AES or TKIP
From the menu displayed on the left side of the setting screen or the menu button displayed on the upper left, open [IP Parameters] , select Static and enter the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and tap [Submit].
The Canon PIXMA Series Printers are truly one of the best portable printers produced (if not. The iP100 was then rigorously tested as illustrated in the photographs. Thinking of buying a used printer?…
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 "just works" sap 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.".
The Star TSP100 Bluetooth offersbuilt-in Bluetooth connectivity for printing over Bluetooth with easy set-up, high speed 250mm/second printing, high quality partial cut guillotine cutter (2 million cuts) and thin paper support (Min 53μm) for less frequent changes of paper rolls and reduced consumable costs. Featuring an Autoconnect function for iOS (Apple iPad/iPhone) after power on or an out of range situation.
Note: For printing orders in a kitchen, we recommend the Star SP742ML impact printer, which is designed to handle the high-heat environment of a kitchen. Impact printers don’t print receipts, only order tickets.
It's the top manufacturer of receipt printer in China. Paper width: 58mm. ConnectionUSB,Bluetooth. Printer TypeReceipt Printer. Interface: USB, Bluetooth. 1 58mm Thermal Paper. ConnectivityBluetooth,U…
Finally, two other issues fall loosely under the heading of quality: ruggedness and lifetime. Don't expect much in the way of ruggedness for fine art papers for exhibition, but you do need it for stacks of 4-by-6s that you might hand out for people to look through. Photos from most printers today are reasonably waterproof and scratch resistant, but some fare better than others.
Connect supported receipt printers, cash drawers, and bar code scanners to the Square app on the iPad. If you have any connectivity issues after following the steps below, learn how to troubleshoot your hardware.
Accept all major credit cards: Swipe cards securely and accurately with the integrated card reader. Process Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express at a small percentage per swipe. You can even use our NFC Reader to accept contactless payments.
STAR MICRONICS RECEIPT PRINTER – Integrates easily with Square POS. designed with an advanced power management circuitry which allows any user to reduce his printer current consumption by up to 75% compared to standard Star printers. Developed with smart paper management features, the TSP100ECO is designed to minimize the environmental impact of point of sale printing. 5 year warranty by Star Micronics.
Copier Settings: Black: Up to 11 cpm, Color: Up to 5.5 cpm. Built-in Wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n). USB cable not included. User's Guide. Scan Settings: Optical: Up to 2400 dpi. Print Speed Black: Up to 13.7 ppm; Color: Up to 7.3 ppm.
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
IOS operation system test (APP: blue light). Mini Bluetooth Printer is a portable thermal printer that combines USB, RS-232 Serial and Bluetooth communication interface together. In“Printer-X”will sea…
The SP700 was designed to make installation, utilization and maintenance as easy as possible for any user. The SP700 is ready to be used right "out-of-the-box." A CD with WHQL XP®, 2K®, Vista® drivers, Linux and Mac® OSX drivers and documentation is included with the printer, making it ready for operation immediately after purchase
Even though it is secure, the stand can still rotate so you can use either orientation that is required depending on your POS app. ✔There are two small holes at the bottom of the base that can be used…
The sm-s220i portable Bluetooth receipt printer is the ideal mobile printing solution for the hospitality and retail industries. Equipped with a sleek, compact and lightweight design and is compatible with all operating systems including iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod) and all Bluetooth devices, the sm-s220i can be easily fastened on a belt for mobile point of sale and payment processing applications like table side ordering and line busting. In addition to easy drop in and print paper loading and print speed of 80mm per second, the sm-s220i features an LCD display and a convenient automatic sleep mode for extended battery life. Without MSR. With power supply.
There is a flash drive and an SD card slot as well. Just in case you prefer to plug in your camera / SD card to the device to print. Additionally, there is a 2.7″ tilting LCD screen that ensures that works as your reviewing window. You can also do some light editing work before finalizing everything to print.
Mobile phones and tablets use Bluetooth to connect wirelessly to a Bluetooth printer, so the printer connection is typically easy to set up. Portable Bluetooth printers come with a built-in battery, which makes them fully mobile with no need for network or power cables.
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Deputies: Male takes cash drawer from 7-Eleven in Sarasota

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  • (Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office) (Sarasota County Sheriff’s Workplace)(Sarasota County Constable’s Workplace)SARASOTA, FL(WWSB)– The Sarasota County Constable & rsquo; s Workplace reported an armed burglary at a 7-Eleven in Sarasota.Just before 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, deputies reacted to a 7-Eleven, 5420 N. Lockwood Ridge Roadway, for reports of an armed robbery.The suspect was armed with a silver handgun. He got away the store with the money drawer.

    He was driving a silver four-door sedan and got away westbound on DeSoto Roadway. +1 Anyone with details associated to this incident is asked to get in touch with the Crook Investigations Area at 941-861-4900 or leave a confidential tip with Criminal offense Stoppers by calling 941-366-TIPS (8477 ), online at www.sarasotacrimestoppers.com.Get e-mail notices on