Bluetooth Receipt Printer Ipad | Epson Tm M10 Bluetooth Model
Great product and great company to work with. I at first ordered the TSP143U which is a USB Printer to work with a Tablet to set up a POS system at my business. Once I got it, I realized that if I had the printer plugged into the tablet there was no additional port to then charge the tablet. I contacted the company and they gladly accepted my return and let me reorder this LAN Printer. I highly recommend this vendor and their product.
Everything you need to get started taking in orders and money (except the iPad, Square Stand and the cash for the till!). This Square Stand accessories kit includes Square credit card reader (use it for making a smart phone mobile terminal), receipt printer with USB interface, 2 rolls of receipt paper, 16″ Square Stand cash drawer with till, and all cables for connecting the printer and Square Stand cash drawer.
Its compact size and lightweight sleek design, easy “Drop-In & Print” paper loading and print speeds up to 80mm/second make this 2” mobile printer perfect for a wide range of applications from queue busting in retail and hospitality environments, mobile pos, pop-up stores, logistics and warehousing applications as well as home delivery.
On top of that, a few users have noted that the company offers great customer service and is willing to help you out with any queries – something that cannot be said about a lot of receipt printer manufacturers.
● System support: iOS and Android. ● Model: P1. ● Unimaginably small pocket printer, the black and white version of polaroid with battery inside, direct Bluetooth connection. ● Powerful text photo pri…
Star Micronics SM-S230i is a compact, lightweight, two inch portable Bluetooth and USB printer. Compatible with most operating systems (Windows, Android, iOS) including devices such as the Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch with Apple MFi certification. The SM-S230i is the smallest printer in the Star Micronics portable printer series. The SM-S230i requires no set up with its auto detection Bluetooth feature between using different mobile devices with various operating systems. A clerk can simply use an Android or iOS device without adjusting the original settings. With an additional convenient connection option for USB 2.0, the SM-S230i can send fast transfer speeds of data and provide security with an easy plug-in USB cable. The SM-S230i has a printer cover that opens with the touch-of-a-button for easy “Drop-In and Print” paper loading. With exceptional battery life of 13 hours and a fast print speed of 80mm/second, this affordable, lightweight printer is ideal for long working environments in retail and hospitality settings.
The prints are smudge-free straight out of the printer, water proof and tear resistant. As a matter of the fact, the fourth step of the printing process uses a weather proof coating that will also prevent damage due to exposure to the sun. Want to stick these print on a wall or for a school project book? Simply peel off the sticky back and they become stickers.
The TSP143III offers three forms of connecting to you POS system. Choose from LAN, WLAN or Bluetooth. The Ethernet version for LAN connectivity is plug-and-play and requires no special setup. The WLAN (or wireless LAN) now uses a revolutionary “Push’n’Connect” WPS setup for easy setup and supports 801.11b/g/n with 2.4GHz for speed and reliability. Finally, the Bluetooth version uses a Bluetooth paring connection much like you would find on a new car for your phone. So no matter which solution your POS system requires, you will be up and running in no time.
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:
Easy install, n everything works like a champ.. thought trying to get an answer about stuff, like where to buy em locally is very difficult through customer service.. i had to mail order it through amazon.. took a few days to get here.. needed it right away though.. So, star customer service was not helpful at all.
Works flawlessly with the Square POS software. Was discovered instantly, and prints quickly and reliably. The ability to run off batteries is awesome, and i can see the included belt clip being useful, if REALLY geeky.
The print head on the TM- T88V is 50% faster than the TM-T88IV, giving you 11.8″ per second of printing speed. Thermal Head : Thermal head has been cleaned and tested for quality. Self test 1,2 and a …
I already had the square reader and just was tired of it being in other spots or being charged. The dock was a great addition to the square stand and the printer. Very easy to use. Just attach to the square stand and put the reader in. The dock has weight to it so i dont have to worry about it falling especially in the spot i put it. Definitely reccomend
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.
In addition, the TSP650II BTi comes with three-year limited manufacturer warranty (U.S. and Canada) with Swap-A-Star next business day replacement coverage warranty (U.S.), so you can be confident about your printer’s performance.
Generally speaking, the Star printers will just show TSP100 on the front of the actual printer but those are the model numbers; it is kind of confusing. Feel free to share a link or two to the printers you’re viewing, I’d be happy to confirm.
USB ESC/POS COMMANDS but i have to find my correct programming language to use it (java/jscript/PHP) I don’t know if I can Use VB on my custom pos system but if anyone knows me, i will figure out and will work…
@speedos, I’m really sorry to hear about this. While you were on the phone yesterday the Support Team should have requested you to send screen shots, so we could have the Engineering Team take a look at this. Did you not receive an email like this after the call?
PayPay Here works with a variety of accessories not listed on the officially compatible list on their website. Please keep in mind that although we have tested the following hardware and found that it works, PayPal will not support it should you run into difficulties.
Excellent receipt printer! Easy setup, easy to use, and easy to replace receipt rolls. Great printer for any business. Used by one business for a few years, in excellent condition. Includes power cord…
The standard Square card reader is free with sign up from Square’s website (though it can take up to 10 days to receive it) or available for purchase for $10 from many retail locations such as Walmart, Target, and Best Buy, and includes a $10 rebate. See Where to Buy Square for locations.
It is a simple process all I can think is that square gets a percentage of royalties from their supported printer sales and thats why they are locking everything down to these ridiculously overpriced pieces of equipment.
Features:It can be used for all kinds of commercial in retail POS systems, Restaurant system, Industrial control systems in areas such as:Light weight and portableBeautiful shapeLow cost and High-qual…
Epson’s TM-U220 impact portable receipt printers are compact reliable and optimized for high-speed throughput. Dubbed the Epson ‘kitchen printer’ for their ability to withstand high temperatures and hostile operating environments. These portable receipt printers offer all the easy-to-use features important to the retail, restaurant and hospitality industries and two-color printing to highlight special offers, kitchen orders and vivid logos. More…
Drivers Available Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows® XP 32 Bit, Vista 32/64 Bit, Windows 7 32/64 Bit, Server 2008 32/64 Bit, XP Embedded, POSReady 2009, OPOS™, JavaPOS™, USB Vendor Class, Linux™, Mac OS X, StarIO SDK with support for iOS and Android
This is supposed to have 2 bluetooth radios and be able to pair and print from 2 phones simultaneously. I have not figured this out yet. I have not tried a LOT but the instructions do not indicate how to add a second phone
The Grabba Q-series enables your iPhone 5, 5s or iPod touch 5th Generation to become an enterprise-ready device able to handle the most demanding data capture and information sharing tasks. The Q-series incorporates a range of data-capture technologies within the one device, including barcode scanning, magnetic stripe card reading and RFID reading.
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!
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.
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