Beware of this device! I have been using Square for years successfully (swiper unit plug in). I received this unit as a present, and was excited to try it out. I set it up at home, double checked that it was connected by bluetooth, and ran several successful practice charges. I took it to an art show this past weekend, and following the EXACT same instructions linked the reader to my phone via bluetooth. After inserting the customers card into the unit, after each and every sale my phone indicated “Transaction Complete”. I returned to the square menu and checked that the proper amount was listed for each transaction. I had just short of $2000 in credit/debit card sales. 3 days later when no money had transferred into my banking account I called square. Seems the contactless and chip card reader wasn’t properly synced with my phone (even though my phone indicated the reader WAS connected via bluetooth) and was not operating correctly. It didn’t capture a single complete credit card number. Im not sure if this reader works properly without also purchasing the charging dock. Im not the first person this has happened to. According to Square they are not responsible and Im on my own. 10 of 40 customers requested electronic receipts. Square reached out to them . As of today I have heard from 1 of the 10. I wish I had never used this reader. It’s fussy — and it doesn’t tell you when there is a problem with a transaction. I learned a hard lesson (which cost me just short of $2K. Never again.
Just wanted to update this thread with a solution I came across that could work for your multi-page print issue. When you are at your print preview page, there should be a Scale option available (it’s hiding under “More Settings” on Chrome/”More Details” on Safari or Firefox). Reducing the Scale below 100 will reduce the size of the image and you can keep lowering it until it reaches the size you’re looking for.
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EOM-POS Thermal Receipt Printer- USB, Ethernet, Serial Ports- Auto Cut – Cash Drawer Port (RJ11/RJ12)- Paper Width 3 1/8″ (80mm) – NOT COMPATIBLE with Mac, Square, Shopkeep, Clover, Shopify, or Paypal
The AZT-805W is a wireless thermal receipt printer with the ability to print at a speed of 250mm/sec. Along with Wi-Fi, it has other versatile interfaces including USB, Serial, Ethernet, and RJ-11. It…
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Bluetooth has become a very popular option when it comes to connecting a receipt printer to a PC, tablet, or smart-phone. It is especially useful when connecting to a device that does not have a full sized USB port such as an iPad.
Beyond successful software installations — and mysterious failings “printer not available” after initially printing the test page or failing to print after several hours of successful hours of operation, there’s the interesting phenomenon of an attempted install on a couple of machines in which after selecting the ‘easy install’ or appropriate options under the standard install, and then clicking ‘install’ — nothing happens. Click again. Nothing happens: no messaging, no installation, nothing. I find this inexplicable and suspect that most software/driver developers — with the evident exception of Epson — wouldn’t allow a feature this flawed into release.
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Model MTP – 3. ● Instruction set: ESC / POS. ● Paper width: 80mm. ● Bluetooth host function. ● Paper type: Thermal label paper. ● Exquisite and lightweight structure, easy to carry. ● Equipped with Wi…
I suspect a network card issue and will investigate firmware upgrades. However, as a multi-year multi-product Epson user, many less expensive than this receipt printer — this level of flawed software development is inexplicable. I do understand that this is oft-intended as a POS device.
Accept every way your customers want to pay with the new Square Reader for contactless and chip—EMV chip cards, Apple Pay, Android Pay, other NFC payments, and magstripe cards. The reader connects wirelessly to iOS or Android devices with Bluetooth LE or with USB if you sell with the optional Square Stand. It works exclusively with the free Square Point of Sale app to take care of payments, tipping, inventory, reports, and more. Square Reader for contactless and chip comes with a free Square Reader for magstripe so you can swipe cards the old-fashioned way, too. Pay only 2.75% per swipe, dip, or tap for Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, with no surprise fees. Square sends deposits directly to your bank account in one to two business days—or you can enable Instant Deposit for 1% per deposit to get your money in seconds. Get a Dock for Square Reader to anchor the reader on your countertop and keep it charged all day. 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.
If the IP address is in use, you will receive a response of the form “Reply from 192.168.1.192: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=64." The numbers in this message may vary. If you receive a response in this format, repeat this step, increasing the final number by one each time (i.e. 192, 193, 194, etc.). When the response includes the text "timed out" or "Destination host unreachable," the IP address is most likely open. Take note of this open IP address. Bluetooth Desktop Receipt Printer. Advanced Apple Inc. MFi Certification, allows the printer to pair with iPad®, iPhone® and iPod Touch® as well as all Bluetooth devices supporting Serial Port Profile... Compatibility with applications and programs are dependent on the software and application developer. Typically, with windows programs, if you can specify a windows printer and the software uses the matching emulation, then a Bluetooth receipt printer will work just as well as a USB printer. For iOS and Android applications, it is a bit more complex and you will need to check with your app developer to determine app compatibility. In many apps rather than selecting an installed printer it will be looking for a specific Bluetooth device, if your printer is not that exact match then it will not recognize the printer as being available for that software. 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. Product - Bixolon Srp-350iii Direct Thermal Printer - Monochrome - Desktop - Receipt Print - 2.83" Print Width - 9.84 In/s Mono - 180 Dpi - 64 Mb - Usb - Serial - Thermal Paper, Receipt - 3.27" (srp-350iiicosg) Classroom DecorationsTeaching AidsPocket ChartsGlobes, Maps & FlagsGrade Books & Lesson PlansHall Passes & Library CardsClassroom Books & Digital MediaClassroom Storage & LockersBulletin BoardsPhysical Education We have 4 total on these fully refurbished TM-T88V Ethernet Printers. Three are type M244A and include the rear cable restraint. One is the M129H showing in the last 3 pictures. All are flashed back t... The price is right but the result is even better! they are reliable and they get the job done. I was going to buy some other ones in the $400 price tag, I think these work just as well, if not better. I love them! 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Canon PIXMA MP990 is Bluetooth printer intended for home office, photo printing, and small business. The print speed is 11.9ppm and 9.1ppm for black and white and color prints respectively. The maximum copy speed is 11 copies per minute for black and white and 9cpp for color. The resolution for black and white is 6000dpi and 9,600*2,400 for color prints. The printer has a maximum input capacity of 150 sheets per paper tray, and it supports both Mac and Window operating systems. The connectivity interface for this printer is Bluetooth, Ethernet, USB and wireless. Besides, this printer harbors various features such as auto duplex print, borderless printing, ID photo print, calendar print, and document printing among others. The current price for the printer on Amazon is $749. 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. 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. As Wi-Fi is finding its way into more and more phones, Bluetooth printing has become less popular. Nevertheless, Bluetooth support is still a useful feature if you've got one of the many phones that don't have Wi-Fi. With Seiko Instruments Receipt Printers, you get tremendous performance and long-lasting reliability. 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