Iphone Credit Card Reader And Receipt Printer | Mini Bluetooth Photo Printer
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Compact, lightweight, high speed two inch Bluetooth and USB portable printer, the SM-S230i Bluetooth portable printer is compatible with all operating systems including Windows, Android, and iOS. With Apple MFi certification, the SM-S230i can easily connect and pair with the iPad-½, iPhone-½ and iPod touch-½.
Edit to say that the network issues I mentioned were tied to the wireless router we were using. Replaced that piece and the printer started working great. I still recommend purchasing as a package for better price and customer service, but not a bad piece of equipment.
Easy-to-use with simple “Drop-In & Print” paper loading and a long battery life, Star’s range of Bluetooth and WiFi mobile printers are ideal for printing high quality receipts, coupons and tickets directly from tablets and smartphones.
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.
@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?
The Ethernet printers compatible with Square Point of Sale are thermal printers. They call for heat-sensitive paper and won’t work with non-thermal receipt paper. These types of printers typically aren’t excellent for kitchens or high-temperature working areas.
‘Cute’ is how you would likely be defining it. But don’t go by its looks alone. It is a useful photo printer. The Photobee can print at 2.3″ x 3.5″ special Photobee stick back paper at a resolution of 310 DPI. That being the highest in the business.
By transforming receipt printers into cloud-connected devices, Star Cloud Services offers a variety of services and tools to enable retailers to better engage and activate shoppers. This includes Star AllReceipts™, fast, free, and secure digital receipt solution available on Star Micronics receipt printers and Engage NOW a secure and customisable service enabling retailers to better engage with shoppers.
Eco Impact Analysis Tool Monitor both paper and energy savings throughout the year. Users are able to use the new features to reduce the footprint of receipts printed by 25 to 50 percent making this printer the most economic receipt printer in the world.
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.
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.
The Square card reader is what comes to mind when most people think about Square. It’s the small, white square that plugs into the headphone jack of your device. There are multiple versions of the Square card reader that are now available: the traditional magnetic stripe card reader, an EMV chip and magnetic stripe card reader, or an additional NFC payment reader (for tap and go payments like Apple Pay). All of these options are available from Square’s website.
The power supplies are cheap chinese knockoffs. I bought two printers. When I plugged in the printers they both gave a low voltage error. I replaced the cheap power supplies with Epson power supplies and that solved the problem. The seller refused to send replacement power supplies or compensate me for the cost of the new power supplies.
Square also has the option to use the Square Stand instead of the Square card reader. Unsure about whether you should use the Square Stand or a Square card reader for your business? See our Square Stand vs. Square Card Reader comparison.
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.
The Star SM-S220i mobile printer is a great option for businesses looking to incorporate mobile POS or line busting into their daily operations. With support for a variety of devices and operating systems, the SM-S220i is a versatile 2-inch printing solution.
Every impact-based printer uses a ribbon to create receipts. These ribbons come in cartridge that fits into your specific printer. Many ribbons are available in black, purple, red, or a combination of black and red. Whatever the model, our wide selection of ribbons has one that fits your printer.
The TSP143IIIU is a game changing USB POS printer, the first of its kind to be able to connect directly to an iPad or iPhone using the Apple Lightning cable for reliable USB communication and simultaneous charging.
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
Finally, the SP700 is Star’s most durable printing solution for kitchens. It is designed specifically to work in environments where heat and humidity can erode the type on the kitchen order. Paired with Star’s CloudPRNT communication protocol, restaurants can receive and print online orders directly to the SP700 kitchen printer to be prepared for pick-up or delivery.
Exceptional, reliable hardware is only part of the equation with Epson Mobile POS solutions. Several core technologies enable robust functionality in our products, while remaining easy to set up, easy to use, and easy to develop for. Epson brings it all together with innovative technology.
You are absolutely right. The bluetooth stack implementation currently in Android, does not provide support for Bluetooth Profiles (BPP, HCRP etc). However there is a solution using the “Sybase-iAnywhere-Blue-SDK-for-Android”, which implements the more full-featured Bluetooth Stack for Android, using native code for the underlying Linux kernel of Android. Refer my answer above for links and info regarding this SDK. – Roy Samuel May 27 ’11 at 4:33
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