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Update: After several months this printer is still working strong and still haven’t had a problem with it. I noticed a couple of people complain about receiving the wrong printer- well the reason they received the wrong printer is because they ordered the wrong printer. The title plainly states the model is TSP143U, USB. TSP143U is the USB model, hence the U. If you need the ethernet model you’ll need one of the TSP143L series models.
I have e-mailed support twice since last Wednesday (rec’d no response to either message) and spent over an hour on the phone with support yesterday and nothing was resolved.   Next step is to stop using Square altogether, as we are a busy bar and asking customers to sign the iPad during peak service does not work in a busy setting.  We were about to start switching over the ten other businesses we own to Square, but obviously are no longer considering that. In short, Square sucks. 
A printer-driven cash drawer must be connected to an receipt printer to open automatically. Otherwise you’ll need to manually open the drawer using the cash drawer key. A USB cash drawer (requires Square Stand) will open automatically when connected.
I spent years in jobs that included lots of cash handling. This cash drawer is the nicest I’ve seen. It’s solid build will last for years and its finish is just lovely. It triggers cleanly and the drawer all but shoots out when triggered. I’m very pleased.
The printer is fine but bluetooth connectivity has been an incredible challenge. We have probably wasted 20 hours wrestling with it in the few weeks we have had it. The Starprint utility can say it is not connected when it is … and vice versa. The Bluetooth says it is not connected yet we can print a receipt from the register. The delay communicating via bluetooth means we have to leave a key in teh till drawer rather than wait for it to eventually open even though we have adjusted the utility and timing. So, while the printer is fine, don’t go bluetooth because you can’t use a cable even if you want to as there’s no socket …. just bluetooth ! So, buy a cable printer version and be happier !
Cons: While you can configure the printer for either front or top output, one of the plates is easy to remove, while the other is quite a challenge. The print quality is not what I was expecting; it was not as sharp as I had hoped.
The lightweight SM-S220i is built to handle the stress and bumps of day-to-day use. A belt-clip secures the printer to you or your employees, minimizing the risk of drops. However, the 9-ounce printer can withstand 4-foot drops, so it should hold up to accidents with few issues. A 1-year warranty is standard on the printer, making the Star SM-S220i a smart and reliable mobile printing option.
The APG Series 4000 cash drawer is one of the toughest on the market, utilizing industrial components to With resistance to the most brutal environments, APG drawers feature sturdy steel frames powder coated in cloud white or black to resist scratches and other external abuse. Industrial grade steel ball bearing slides on the drawer won’t wear like silicon wheels and promote silky smooth opening and closing every time. The heavy duty latch mechanism is rated for over 4 million operations, allowing you to open the drawer 200 times a day, every day, for nearly 55 years.
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.
MSP-100 using LTP01-245-01 mechanism,combined with the Independent research and development of P-100 printing control board 58mm easy paper loading thermal printing module. Compact structure and use the newest ARM program and printer mechanism design in the same structure, greatly reducing the installation space, enhance the reliability of the installation of products; the design is exquisite, stable performance, fashion appearance.
WebPRNT is currently available with Star’s TSP650II thermal receipt printer. Easy to read, maintain, and modify for developers, simply use the appropriate XML tags or integrate Star’s WebPRNT Javascript library into your web-based application to begin printing from your application to Star’s TSP650II WebPRNT thermal receipt printer. Star’s WebPRNT also supports HTTP requests from native applications.
Model: C381A. R2/Ready For Resale. Computer Peripherals. We cannot be responsible for malfunctions caused by user operation of software installed by either Good Used Electronics or by a user. ll need to hit the ground running.

The device uses a special paper type and ink. The interesting thing is the amount of ink the printer comes with just the right amount for the number of paper loaded into the device. That can be 18, 36 or 54. The idea is to minimize wastage of paper and ink as much as possible. Canon calls this the Dye Sublimation technology. This technology ensures that the images you print will remain smudge free and fade free for decades. Undoubtedly, the Selphy CP1200 is one of the best portable photo printers in the business.
Thermal Receipt Printer, PoweredUSB and USB Interfaces, Auto-cutter. No power supply. Order cables separately. Color: Dark gray. (Dual interface printers require modifications to the printer to use the standard USB interface. The standard USB port will not work unless you use power supply and reconfigure printer by removing the PoweredUSB card). Please Call for more information.
Introducing Star’s new wireless LAN (WLAN) printer solution, the latest model from Star’s renowned TSP143 Series used by retailers & restaurateurs across the globe from major retailers & fast food restaurants to your local corner shop & café.
u Battery Pack Life • The battery can be charged approximately 500 times in the normal temperature range without losing performance. If an extreme decline in the running time of the battery is noticed, the bat- tery is reaching the end of its usable life. It is recommended to replace the old battery with a new one.
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 10.6 – 10.11; Linux: Red Hat Enterprise Linux (5, 6, 7), Fedora (13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22), openSUSE (11.3, 11.4, 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 13.1, 13.2), Ubuntu (10.04, 10.10, 11.04, 11.10, 12.04, 12.10, 13.04, 13.10, 14.04, 14.10, 15.04), SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (11, 12), Debian (6, 7, 8), Mint (13, 14, 15, 16, 17); 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)
A true out-of-the-box solution, the TSP100LAN FuturePRNT is the first all-in-one receipt printer that comes with everything for immediate use after purchase. All hardware and software are contained in a box, including an internal power supply, interface cable, power cable, complete mounting kits and a paper roll to get your device up and running quickly. Fast setup is only a part of the story, high throughput of 25RPM, “Drop-In & Print” paper loading and compact footprint for better space efficiency makes this unit a great choice you can rely on for applications such as retail, restaurants, and convenience stores.
In addition to easy drop in & print paper loading and print speed of 80mm per second, the SM-T300 also features an LCD display, magnetic stripe reader and comes standard with a Bluetooth connectivity.
So I like the stand and it would get a 5 star review, but I’m not exactly sure that I got a brand new item or not. The product came in the most amazing package, would remind you of Apple…but on the front of the stand frame around the ipad there are tiny scratches, it’s not smooth like you’d expect something brand new to be. Also the swipe part that actually runs the card through, the plastic is ill fitting. You can squeeze the back wall of this part and the plastic is bulging out at least 1mm or two and you can see it’s not sitting flush with the rest of the stand…The seams should be spot on like they are with the rest of the stand…but they’re not. Would love to exchange it and give another stand a try, maybe I just got a funky one?
2. Setup 2.1 Battery Pack 2.1.1 Inserting into the Printer 1. Make sure that the printer has been turned off before you insert or remove the battery pack. 2. Insert the battery pack into the back of the printer as in the figure shown below, following the direc- tion of the arrow.

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