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Strategic Developer Partners have the option to become ECCCs. The ECCC program offers two advantages: maximizing the profit potential of your service department and building long-term relationships with your customers. If you’re interested in becoming authorized as a service provider, you must meet certain Epson requirements.
Epson wireless printers are compatible with the Lecere FIRMS, WaiterOne, Breadcrumb, Cashy, Square and other Ethernet or wireless POS software, with driver support for Windows, Mac (TM-88V only), and iOS platforms. For information about Square Register, see here.
Printer with Serial Interface. Right-side-up printing for kitchen orders. 30% faster than the TM-U200 series. Two-color black and red receipt and order printing. NOTE: The # 1 issue is ordering printe…
Epson TM-T20II The TM-T20II offers the same affordability as the ReadyPrint T20, but with faster printing. If you have a clothing boutique, small to medium-sized retail establishment, or sit down restaurant, this is a great option. Featuring Epson’s award winning build quality, the TM-T20II will provide many years of reliable service.
High-speed throughput – Kitchen backups can quickly snowball into extra waiting, so trim seconds off meal prep times whenever possible. A restaurant kitchen printer should have a high-speed throughput of 13 receipts per minute, which increases staff productivity and efficiency in the kitchen. The printer’s clear, easy-to-read tickets means your staff doesn’t have to play guessing games with the orders –they can print tickets quickly, assemble the dishes faster and ensure every selection comes out correctly the first time. Faster service means more throughput, higher profit margins and bigger tips for your wait staff.
Using only Epson-tested media is critical to prolonging the life of the printhead in your Epson thermal printer. Other media has been known to damage the printhead over time and damage from use of untested media is not covered under warranty.
* Several configurations of the TM-U220 meet the requirements for ENERGY STAR qualification. Other configurations do not meet the ENERGY STAR requirements due to some missing component such as a power supply or interface. In addition, there may be other specialized configurations sold to a particular partner that may not qualify and were not tested due to cost. The product codes of qualifying TM-U220 configurations are: TM-U220B-C31C514667/C31C514653/C31C514088/C31C514803TM-U220D-C31C515653/C31C515806TM-U220PB-C31C517653TM-U220PD-C31C518653
You’ll be notified of declined transactions in your Activity screen once you’ve regained an internet connection, but this would likely be after your customer has left. Square is unable to know whether that is the case until you have internet access so that’s the risk in using offline mode. It should definitely be limited to when it’s absolutely necessary. 
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.
* Several configurations of the TM-U220-i meet the requirements for ENERGY STAR qualification. Other configurations do not meet the ENERGY STAR requirements due to some missing component such as a power supply or interface. In addition, there may be other specialized configurations sold to a particular partner that may not qualify and were not tested due to cost. The product codes of qualifying TM-U220 configurations are: TM-U220B-C31C514667/C31C514653/C31C514088/C31C514803TM-U220D-C31C515653/C31C515806TM-U220PB-C31C517653TM-U220PD-C31C518653
Thanks Tom, but I have reached out to the Square Customer Service team.   The unit works appropriately with a strong WIFI connection only.    Using a Cellular data plan for iphone and this CLCCR when there is no WIFI available is a total crap shoot.  Throughout the day I checked the bluetooth connection between my Square CLCCR and my iphone and my iphone indicated that it was properly connected via bluetooth.  After each transaction (I slid a customer’s credit card into the device) the phone said “Transaction Complete”.  I never got a message that the reader was offline.  I proceeded to take payments as if it was working properly.  I had practiced at home in my own WIFI zone and all was well.   I really don’t think this CLCCR works reliably with cellular data plans (which MOST artists use at shows).  And there is most definately a glitch regarding a failure to indicate that the reader is not connected via bluetooth.   
The “4” in the model number references the auto-cutter, an auto-cutter will partially cut the paper after each print job. For kitchen printing you will want an auto-cutter over a tear bar as this will keep each order separated and make it easier to hang up the ticket over the line.
Square’s hardware is only approved for use in the country for which it is intended. For example, hardware sold or intended for sale in the United States is not approved for use in Australia, Canada, Japan, or the United Kingdom
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The kitchen monitor shows orders in real time and in full detail. It pings for new orders and times completion, so kitchen staff know if something needs to be sped up. When an order is ready, they just tap the OK button, print a receipt if needed and send it all out.
Features include black or white stainless steel front drawer cover, dual media slots, and a three function lock system. The smooth black or white coated finish provides a unified appearance and complements the connected POS peripherals for merchants. The dual media slots provide extra storage for checks and large bills. For security, the key lock at front center allows for an easy manual release with a key or electronic release.
I bought this printer in September, it’s now May and it’s broken. I wouldn’t suggest. We’re not a super busy business, we print maybe 15 receipts a day just to sign credit cards. We don’t print receipts for clients we email them. And it’s broken beyond repair.
I ordered this printer as a kitchen printer for my restaurant. I received it on time and in perfect condition. Setting it up was even easier than I thought it would be. I plugged it in and put in the ribbon and paper. Then I connected it to my WiFi router with an Ethernet cable. My square register found it right away and it works perfectly.
The brand NEW addition to our TSP100 line, the TSP143III is twice as fast and includes a new easy setup technology for effortless connection to your tablet. That paired with the new de-curl function and “drop-in & print” paper loading makes the TSP143III the best POS printer on the market.
– Multiple price levels for each PLU. Allows for discounted prices or different pricing during Happy Hour or for lunch menu vs. dinner menu. – Age Verification – On screen prompts warn the clerk to check customer’s ID & verify their age for certain products. Up to 2 different ages can be set such as 18 yr old for tobacco products & 21 yr old for alcohol. – Table tracking allow floating guest check & table transfer. – Remote Printer – One remote kitchen or bar printer is supported.
Features of the CD3 include a black or white stainless steel front drawer cover with dual media slots and a three function lock system. The smooth black or white coated finish provides a unified appearance and complements the connected POS peripherals. The dual media slots provide extra storage for checks and large bills. For added security, the key lock at front center allows for an easy manual release via key or electronic release. Having a standard printer communication interface and bottom exit cable, hidden from the customer’s view the CD3 will serve any point of sale set up. These tradition cash drawers can accommodate both Canadian and US currency types of 3 Bill-5 Coin, or 4 Bill-5 Coin set ups.
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.
Star TSP100 Printer (USB Port / AutoCutter / Dark Gray). This printer has a Receipt Paper AutoCutter built in and is Compatible with the Square Stand Hardware USB hub! Each of our printers has been fu…
Right-side-up printing for kitchen orders. 30% faster than the TM-U200 series. Two-color black and red receipt and order printing. NOTE: The # 1 issue is ordering printers with the wrong connection or…
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?
With your choice of one or two under till media slots, the Series 4000 makes safely storing receipts, large bills, or other important media a snap. The spacious heavy duty till features coated bill stays and stronger than average dividers, so you can be sure your money stays put.
Also available with Apple MFi certified Bluetooth interface, Star’s SP700 BTi can support kitchens and back of house operations without wiring that can get in the way of its staff. The SP700 BTi supports iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices in addition to Android™ and Windows devices.
The Product itself wasn’t bad at all, the problem I had was with costumer service. I could not get the kitchen printer to work after following all the instructions provided so I called the company and after waiting for about an hour to talk to someone they were no help. They repeated to me exactly what was on the manuals and after I told them that I had already read them they told me that there was nothing else they could do for me. I kept calling and each different person that I talked to pretty much told me the same thing. To this day I have not been able to get the kitchen printer to work and no one from this company has been able to help me fix this problem.
The Clover Mini is designed to stay “in place” on your countertop. However, you can easily add a swivel-stand for additional functionality! With the swivel included, your Clover Mini instantly becomes “customer facing” so that you can quickly spin the unit towards the customer for PIN-debit entry, or to request email/phone number information. Sales become even quicker with the swivel stand.
One more critical thing, Square can handle transactions without Internet for up to 72 hrs, after that simply connect it to any Wifi and it will sync & batch all deposits automatically. It is simply not the case with all other terminals if your Internet is sporadic or unstable or lack bandwidth. VRX & Elavon m/c will reject the transaction in the middle of transaction and ask you to reset and cycle thru their initial power up programming, a major headache when there’s a line of impatient customers in front of you trying to pay and get back to work!
If I am at a venue where I have no power access, I still use the dock/charging station because it positions the reader for easy use. I do not put the locking piece on the top of the dock, because I do have to take the reader out & wake it up if it goes too long between uses. The on/off button on the reader is on the bottom; it is covered and unreachable when it is in the dock. That is a bit inconvenient, but if it prolong the battery life I am ok with it. Leaving the locking end off makes the reader easy to remove when necessary.
The Star Micronics TSP100 receipt printer is an efficient and space-saving solution for any medium to high volume retail environment. At 4.5″ per second, the TSP100 prints receipts fast enough to keep lines moving quickly and efficiently. The TSP100 also features two-color printing, and when combined with the futurePRNT configuration utility, you can add logos, coupons, or other ways to give your customer a more personalized shopping experience.
This is the approved Star Micronics printer for use on First Data Clover System. High Speed: 180mm/second Clamshell Design for Easy Paper Loading Embedded Power Supply High-Quality Graphics Printing Spill-Proof & Heat-Resistant Swappable Interfaces Available External Buzzer Option
I own a restaurant and a beauty salon, Square (one flat fee of 2.75%) had solved a lot of problems for me. No more paper rolls or running out of paper during a transaction, no more chasing down a pen for customers to sign the receipt, no more worrying about missing a tip or doing batching/settlement at the end of day, and no more keeping rolls of receipts for potential customer dispute/charge back (by the way the ink on receipt fades after a week anyway, you won’t be able to read anything after that so keeping receipts is completely useless). Prior to Square I used Central Payment, they charged an all in fee around 2.78% (including statement fee, PCI compliant fee, anti fraud fee, and a host of other funny fees…). Then I switched to Elavon, which is promoted by Costco, the rate was pretty much the same around 2.75% for everything. So frustrated, I decided to do my own research instead of trying something new every time a credit card rep stops by my place to pitch “a lower/better rate”.
Up for sale is a Star Micronics TSP100 futurePRNT USB thermal point of sale printer. This printer has been tested and works fine, and includes a power cable and a USB cable. Includes the TSP100 printe…
Star Micronics’ TSP650IIcloudPRNT makes the perfect solution for the growing trend of online ordering for take-out and delivery food service. The TSP650IIcloudPRNT thermal printer retrieves and prints orders from any online ordering service integrating Star’s communication protocol. CloudPRNT will work with the online ordering service to store and create print jobs, and communicate status with the printer.
I’ve installed dozens of these square POS systems. They work fine on their own, just be sure to get the proper size/version to match your ipad, the connectors differ. To expand the system you pair it with a printer, cash drawer, scanner, and chip reader.
If the test page does not print satisfactorily, there is a problem with the printer. For example, if bands appear in the check pattern as shown below, this could mean a clogged ink nozzle or a misaligned print head.
With included internal power supply, power cables, complete mounting kits, and paper roll, the TSP100III is the perfect printer for any mPOS bundle. Star has also added an additional USB type A connector for one convenient power source for your tablet or mobile device. The TSP100III prints at a high-speed of 43 RPM (250mm/s) and includes “drop-in & print” paper loading and a guillotine auto-cutter.
Meet your point-of sale needs as your business grows with our robust family of mobile POS products and services that are easy to set up and offer a wide range of connectivity options and broad OS support.
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