Turn the printer off, hold down the feed button and turn the printer back on, continue to hold the feed button. The printer will print out two slips of paper showing the configuration of the printer. The second printout is a network configuration sheet showing the ip address of the printer.
For anyone who has an iPad that isn’t compatible with the Square Stand, I just want to mention that you could use another tablet stand like the Heckler Windfall Stand or the Heckler @Rest Stand! Hope that’s useful!
If you are into the Square line of products as a business owner, you have to get this NOW if you don’t have it. I am a banker by trade, and I cannot stress the importance of being able to accept the EMV/chip cards as a business owner. If you think it’s just some gimmick by banks or acquirers and processors to charge you more per swipe, you’re only partly correct. If you haven’t migrated to the ability to accept EMV/chip cards, you are at risk for being liable for fraudulent purchases made with an EMV/chip card if you use EMV/chip ICC fallback methods of swiping the card instead of using the chip. Save yourself the risk of eating chargebacks due to fraudulent charges and put this in your store, yesterday! If you go the Square route of processing cards, be sure to get the dock to accompany this device. My only gripe is that Square didn’t package this together the dock in the first place. Other than that, this device works flawlessly to accept EMV/chip cards and contactless payments.
Install the printer software provided with your printer. If no software was provided with your printer, see our printer driver page for a listing of printer drivers. Drivers are required for your printer to properly work with the Windows operating system.
If you plan to get a printer with your system, then stick with lower cost serial (not usb) based cash drawer and tie it into the printer instead, which also frees up one of the precious and limited usb ports on a square stand. This is important when you need a chip/nfc reader, printer, drawer, and scanner.
So when i ordered, it was advertised with the Square thingy + card swipe adapter. It did come with both, in box that looks more like the apple company made it. The products itself looks from apple. Quality seems good, sturdy, I just like the feel I don’t have to worry of grabbing it too hard and break it.
Great Product. Easy to apply, however, take longer time than I expected to add it to my network and only with tech support. Tech support from Star Micronics is very helpful. It is now up and run and make my life a little easier.
Star Micronics TSP100 futurePRNT is a handy Thermal Point of Sale Printer delivering crisp and detailed black & white images and files. The 22 rpm printing speed provided by this model makes it easy to complete any printing jobs with efficiency. In addition, it is capable to network with various devices through a USB 2.0 connection.
If no text is printed then test has failed. Double check the port settings using the self test, check the cable is correct and correctly connected, check that the Epson port service and Windows print spooler is turned off (if running) and check that you have attached the printer through the correct connector on the computer. If serial, parallel or USB, check that the port you are connecting to is also shown in the Windows Device Manager. If using an Ethernet or wireless connection check that the IP address of the printer is in the subnet of the computer you are running.
The Touch Dynamic PR-IM Impact Receipt Printer is primarily a kitchen receipt printer and offers two-color, high quality graphics printing. Spill and heat resistant, it is built to withstand the toughest of environments. With a swappable interface, it provides effortless, customer installation, eliminating the headaches and stress that usually come with installing new technology. Additionally, this kitchen receipt printer boasts Epson compatibility and reliability, is wall-mountable and offers an external buzzer option for use in commercial kitchens, alerting kitchen staff when an order comes through.
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After playing around with this some more. It is pretty quick when the phone and reader is kept closed together when the transaction is processing.. this set up cost around 4 dollars. Velcro and cheap phone case. Works perfect.
I bought the square stand, for my old iPad, but have since had to buy a new iPad. Although, it does not fit the stand it still works in the stand. I have wedged a piece of paper, (until I remember to go buy putty) under the bottom left corner, which keeps it in place. Not perfect, but it works. I tried to include a photo but it doesn’t seem to be an option. If anyone would like me to send a photo of what that looks like just email me.
I got the AGP model they sell here on Amazon for about $10 more a few years back for my first Square Stand setup. I saw this was the drawer that Square now recommends on their site, and the price on Amazon was even better than the first drawer I bought, so I figured what the heck, I’ll just get this one. The drawer seems to be built well, HOWEVER the inside of the drawer, which they don’t show you a picture of in the description is ridiculous. It has 8 slots for coins, so that means each slot is half the size of a normal coin slot. It makes absolutely no sense who in their right mind would design that. I’ve been in business for 20 years and have had many cash registers and this is the first time I’ve ever seen anything so crazy. Also the clamps that hold the bills in place are made of metal, which you’d think would be better since they’d be more sturdy than all the plastic clamps you’ve used in registers for the last 30 years, but the design of them is strange and makes it a pain to pull them up. I wouldn’t recommend this drawer if you’ve ever used another cash register before in your lifetime because it will just annoy you.
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
You must use the correct printer cable to connect the printer to the computer. If printer passes self test, the settings are correct and verified, then check to see the cable is correct. More on connecting a parallel interface.
If you have a Square Stand, in addition to the printers above, you can use certain USB interface receipt printers. The following receipt printers are only compatible with the Square Stand, not the Square card reader:
I know there is a need to conserve battery.. but there should also be a mode where it is always connected and ready to use. It seems like to me at times, it needs to ‘think” for a while before any light flashes..
Meet your new reader’s count ER top Partner: the dock for Square Reader. Designed for the Square contact less and chip Reader, the dock keeps the Reader charged and in place for quick, seamless transactions. Simply plug it into Square stand for instant setup and charging. Do you sell with Square Reader instead of Square stand connect the dock to a USB wall charger to keep your Reader powered all day long.
Set up is pretty much straightforward. You download the app (Squre Register-POS), you’ll need your Business Account // Personal Account along with routing number. Zip Code, name, address, social security and what not. Pretty much what a bank would ask you. Once your account is linked, it will ask you if you want them to send you their product or if you already got it. I thought the product was going to be sent for free, but it was charging me another $50, so i wanted to cancel and it didn’t give me that option. I still have to check with customer service about that. In the meanwhile i just put “charge me later” or something along the lines.
Apple MFi Certified Bluetooth Interface Provides wireless impact/ kitchen printing via Apple MFi certified Bluetooth with support for iOS devices such as iPad®, iPhone® and iPod Touch® in addition to Android and Windows devices
The OmniLink TM-U220-i intelligent printer is the ideal solution for those in the hospitality industry looking for flexible POS configurations. An efficient printer/controller with built-in processing power and memory, it can seamlessly connect to POS systems and directly drive kitchen displays. The OmniLink TM-U220-i is perfect for controlling video signage or order information displays, or interactive web-based kiosks that offer self-assisted ordering. It can control peripherals such as touch screens and bump bars, or receive inline or online orders for printing. Plus, it can drive multiple slave printers anywhere in the restaurant — all from one space-saving device.
Works great with clover pos station, made everything easier, and wireless. No wires running through the ceiling. Delivery came in the next day thanks to Amazon. tech-support is open Monday through Friday, Had to call the tech-support for set up but it was fast.
Press the paper button to eject the jammed paper. If the error does not clear, open the printer cover and remove all of the paper inside, including any torn pieces. Then, reload the paper in the sheet feeder and press the paper button to resume printing.
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