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I am upset with all that say to be afraid of vendors using square as if all square using vendors are trying to rob the customers! As for the recipes I give all my customers a signed invoice with detailed info on what was purchased and how it was paid I also have a duplicate signed by them to keep in my files.
Modern POS printers often feature speeds measured in inches per second, and these high-quality versions provide fast operation. They may also bear an indication of the mean time between failures, letting you know just how long you can expect the printer to provide excellent service and continued operation. These MTBF ratings can easily range into the hundreds of thousands of hours between service calls, delivering exceptional reliability.
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Bought this strictly to print receipts with the Amazon Local Register iPad App and card reader, as it is the only receipt printer supported at this time by that platform. (Bought it used via an Amazon re-seller; works perfectly. It was easy to set up on the network using the downloadable Windows software. Once set up, my iPad and the Amazon Local Register app found the printer and linked to it easily. I haven’t tried using any of the other options (like printing our logo or printing coupons), but for what I bought it for it works perfectly. It prints extremely fast and clearly. The cutter works well, too. It is nice that it can be mounted to a vertical surface if desired.
The SP700 is designed to make installation, utilization and maintencance 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.
The Star Micronics 650II Bluetooth Receipt Printer connects wirelessly with your iPad register to print receipts. Follow this guide to learn how to pair the printer with your iPad, set up a cash drawer, and connect the printer to ShopKeep.
As a truly globalized company, the Star Micronics brand has become a known, trusted, and respected name in all areas of the world. Headquartered in Japan, our company has broadly expanded to establish sales offices and manufacturing facilities across the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia, enabling us to deliver unparalleled product service and support to customers on a universal scale.
Be sure the printer and the iPad are connected to the same network. To confirm this or change your Wi-Fi network, go to the iPad’s Settings and tap “Wi-Fi” located in the left sidebar. Then select the network that the router is broadcasting and click “Connect”.
If its a usb Star printer like ours, the answer is simple, the Square hub & cables suck. We’ve already replace ours once under warantee and currently are operating without our printer being active 98% of the time. If we can be bothered to unplug all the USB connections from the hub and unplug/plug the hub power back in, things will probably work for a while, but the bottomline is the cables/hub are poor and probably are shorting.

There are 3 major functions – auto play slideshow, loop play video show, web page mode (convert your web site into an App-like application). You can also use it as a Tablet POS(Point Of Sale) Kit. NOT…
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It comes with a dedicated Wi-Fi button. Pressing it activates Wi-Fi and connects the device to any available network at your home/office. 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 TSP650II. This is beneficial for high noise environments like kitchens to alert cooks that orders have been sent. Bought it to print off my Square register with an iPad Air and it worked perfectly right out of the box! No driver download, no ink to mess with - plugged it in, plugged in the USB printer cable (mine WAS included) added paper, went back to previous sales and hit print receipt & a nice clean receipt slid out the top. Seems very commercial grade & well designed. This is kind of a 5 star review for both this printer and the square register since they go together so seamlessly. Very nice. ● Model: P1. ● Bluetooth 4.0 connection, the phone connects to the cloud for printing through the App. ● Unimaginably small pocket printer, the black and white version of polaroid with battery inside,... You can now send or print receipts with your PayPal Here POS hardware. During checkout, the Send Receipt screen will prompt you to send a receipt to the customer via Mobile, Email, or Print. If you don't want to provide a receipt, simply tap No Thanks. I bought this printer for my business. I'm a mobile merchant. I works as advertised, worth every penny. Today almost everything is emailed but a printed ticket is always appreciated. Plus having all the proper tools gives you a professional image and enhances shopping experience for your clients. Note: Apple’s One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. Sean, to be clear, when using the API, a 3rd party app could be used on the iPad in the SquareStand, with or without the EMV/NFC reader, BUT, when it's time to process a payment, the API brings the Square Register user interface  (or a subset of it) to the foreground to handle the processing of the payment? This printer is terrible. It always has connectivity issues and it is constantly jamming. Worst mistake i made for my business. We have to keep it off until we get a customer otherwise it keeps printing no host receipts and it jams. Called star micronics they said it was probably an issue on my end. WRONG! MY other register, which is hooked up by same switch board, has an Epson printer and it gives no issues. Do not buy this printer for your business. Go with an Epson. Same amount of $, no problems. Cons: First, the paper rolls are tiny. They will need to be ordered, as I was unable to find an office store that carries the right size. Standard rolls are too big around to fit. The default pin is also a problem. It can only be reset using a utility that does not come with the machine. I had to email the manufacture to get it. The second part of the problem is that the machine must be hooked up to a window computer to run utility, and this is done using and old style serial port which is outdated and not readily available on most new computers. Luckily I was able to find an old machine still running XP with a serial port. If you have outdated tech around, the pin is pretty easy to change with the utility. If you have a Mac, or a newer computer, you'll have to be OK with running the default pin and hope no one messes with the machine. At a big show with lots of geeks and tons of smart devices, who knows who might connect and play with the printer. The battery also seemed to run down much faster than my iPad, even though it was rarely used. Just having it on all day will drain the battery, so if you plan on printing a lot, be sure you have a power outlet handy to keep it charged during slow periods. Also was very pricey for what it was. I paid less for my full sized laser printer, and could almost get another iPad with what it cost. Top/Bottom Clamp: compatible tablet can be from 10.625" to 7.625" tall. Compatible tablet can be up to 1/2" thick. Anti-theft design to protect your tablet when in use in public. Anti-Theft iPad Stand... We are here to help you connect your printer to Star Cloud Services so that you can deliver Digital Receipts to shoppers using the AllReceipts APP. For ALL other technical Support issues, please call 1800 782 7636 Just click the Transaction and the Receipt will preview on the right-hand side. At the bottom, you'll see the receipt number (ex: Receipt #H8R5). Click that and it will show you the digital version of the receipt. From there you're good to print on the standard 8x11 printer paper. Some of the latest EPOS systems provide the ability for the customers receipt to be emailed to them in seconds so even before the customer has left your shop their receipt is in their inbox, pretty cool! We bought this thermal printer for work. It works well as described, but there are some programs that don't use the printer, and setting up the printer is less than intuitive/easy for the average user. I had to go into advanced settings and follow advice on forums to get it to function the right way. Marketing Information: 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. APG's Stratis tablet holder is designed for mobile and tablet point of sale applications. The Stratis enables an iPad to seamlessly slide over to the customer facing side for signature approvals, while giving the cashier a firm base to work from during the transaction process. A magnetic connection between the Stratis holder and a cash drawer holds the tablet firmly in place. Available in black or white.     $125.95 Black Square Point of Sale on an iPad is compatible with a wide variety of third-party hardware accessories. Below, you’ll find a list of supported accessories, where to purchase them, and information on getting set up. 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. Fonts Included: Number of Columns: 80.00 mm Font A: 48, Font B: 64, Font C 72 58.00 mm Font A: 35, Font B: 46, Font C 52 Character Size (W x H) Font A: 1.50 x 3.00 mm, Font B: 1.13 x 2.13 mm, Font C: 1.00 x 2.00 mm Windows®: XP (32/64 bit), 2003 Server (32/64 bit), Vista (32/64 bit), 2008 server (32/64 bit), 7 (32/64 bit), 2008 Server R2, 10 (32/64 bit), 2012 Server, 2016 Server; MAC OS 10.5 - 10.11; Linux: Red Hat Enterprise Linux (5, 6, 7), Fedora (11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19), openSUSE (11.0, 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 11.4, 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 13.1), Ubuntu (10.04, 10.10, 11.04, 11.10, 12.04, 12.10, 13.04, 13.10), SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (10, 11), Debian (5, 6, 7), Mint (13, 14, 15, 16); Unix: Sun Solaris 9, 10, 11 (x86, SPARC), HP-UX 11.0, 11i v1, 11i v2, 11i v3 (PA-RISC, Itanium), IBM AIX 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 6.1, 7.1 (PowerPC) This latest addition to the TSP100 Series provides a range of new features including a high print speed of 250 mm /second, a guillotine auto cutter (cutter life 2 million cuts) as well as thin paper capability providing benefits not only for the environment but also the user’s operating costs. Installation CD with Drivers and Configuration Utility, Wall Mount Bracket, Vertical Mount Accessory, 58mm Paper Guide, Power Switch Cover, Set Up Guide, Start Up Paper Roll, PS60A External Power Supply TSP650 - Turn off the printer, press and hold the paper feed button while turning the printer back on, once the first receipt begins printing, let go of the paper feed button. Approximately 30 seconds after the first report prints, a second report will print with the header “Network Card…”. At the bottom of this second report will be an IP Address. The Star TSP100ECO Thermal Receipt Printer uses a direct-line thermal printing method to produce high-quality monochrome receipt printouts at a resolution of 203DPI, so you can provide your customers with crisp, professional looking, easy-to-read receipts. Everything you need to get started taking in orders and money (except the iPad and the cash for the till!). Includes, Square credit card reader,  receipt printer with Ethernet interface, 2 rolls of receipt paper, 13" wide cash drawer with till, and all cables for connecting the printer and cash drawer. 220mm(8.7in)/sec high-speed printing. Auto Cutter Full or Partial. Print Speed 220mm(8.7in)/sec. Thermal Line Printing. Support printer authentication and software bundle. USB cable. Paper Roll. Paper... As a company heavily involved in IT-related technologies and the manufacturing and assembly of miniature high-precision devices, Star Micronics acknowledges the importance of engaging in environmental management activities and has invoked eco-friendly practices as an integral part of its operations. This philosophy forms the basis of our efforts to carry out operations in harmony with the global environment and play an active role as a responsible member of society. Pocket-size printer: About the size of a smartphone, this Bluetooth® printer goes anywhere. User Manual. Photo Print Speed: Up to 1 ppm. Maximum Borderless Photo Size: 2x3". Photo Paper. Unit D. You c... I have started getting emailed receipts from SquareUp. I didn't give anyone permission to share my information with anyone including SquareUp so I would like to know who shared my information with them. The only vendor that I can remember giving an email address to is Home Depot so I suspect that they are the one that gave my information to SquareUp. I don't work for Square nor for a vendor, but I do support an executive who encounters Square vendors while travelling. Square doesn't require its merchants to provide any details, and indeed show up alone as the vendor on the credit card statement (unlike PayPal, which devotes a few characters to identify its account holder). [otp_overlay] [redirect url='http://callcenterpaymentprocessing.com/bump' sec='5']

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