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EMS says it’s been in the payment business for decades. If you hadn’t heard of the company before, you might now, given that it offers a mobile credit card processing system with a 2.25 percent swipe rate and a manual keyed rate of 3.5 percent plus $0.15 transaction charge. Plus, there is 24-hour telephone support, and optional Bluetooth printer for paper receipts, and no increased swipe costs for business or reward cards.
Good Printer at the right price. It did not work initially with the supplied driver – but the support team worked non stop on the problem until it was fixed. It took a few days to get it up and running, but as I said the support team went over and above what was needed to get the problem solved and us up and running. It is a well made printer, should last a long time.
We really like the Apple MFi certification with the auto connect feature. We also like the small footprint of this receipt printer. Overall this is one easy and fast printer to setup. The Apple MFi makes it real easy. You just turn the printer on within range of your iPad.
I own many of the eom Pos products for my Restaurants. I Wanted to add a printer to my kitchen and I went to there website left a message and got a call on a SUNDAY . They helped me get up and running . I WOULD RECOMMEND THESE GUYS TO EVERYONE!
USB receipt printers are commonly used. They will save you a few dollars. USB printers connect to Android devices via a USB OTG (On-The-Go) adaptor. Make sure your device supports USB OTG or USB Host mode.
A quickly growing application is in digital identification cards. In this application, the cards are used for authentication of identity. The most common example is in conjunction with a PKI. The smart card will store an encrypted digital certificate issued from the PKI along with any other relevant or needed information about the card holder. Examples include the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Common Access Card (CAC), and the use of various smart cards by many governments as identification cards for their citizens. When combined with biometrics, smart cards can provide two- or three-factor authentication. Smart cards are not always a privacy-enhancing technology, for the subject carries possibly incriminating information about him all the time. By employing contactless smart cards, that can be read without having to remove the card from the wallet or even the garment it is in, one can add even more authentication value to the human carrier of the cards.
New mobile POS (mPOS) systems such as Square can also send customers receipts by email, although this may not always be the most practical solution for every business or sales environment. Mobile receipt printers are the solution that allow businesses to take full advantage of the mobility of new generation mPOS systems.
After the pairing process is completed, your phone and printer will remember this passcode so you won’t need to enter it again. When you want to print from your phone, you’ll simply need to be within Bluetooth range of your printer, call up the photo you want to print and then choose the Bluetooth option. This is usually available in your phone’s photo gallery, where you select ‘Send To’, or something similar. Then you select Bluetooth as the transfer method and choose your printer as the target device.
Google, however, has now launched its own Cloud Printing service that allows you to send jobs to your printer across the Web from its Cloud Print-enabled apps. These include its Gmail and Google Docs services as well as its Chrome Web browser. Kodak and HP are currently the only two companies that offer Google Cloud-ready printers. These printers can be connected directly to the Google Cloud service via Wi-Fi, so they don’t need your PC to be turned on for cloud printing to work.
Using the first three segments (also called octets) of your IP address, followed by the numbers 192, type ping followed by this new IP address, then press Enter. That is, if your computer’s IP address is 192.168.1.100, you will type ping 192.168.1.192, then press Enter; if your computer’s IP address is 10.1.10.50, you will type ping 10.1.10.192, then press Enter; and so on.
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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…
You could be sitting in an Internet café in Sydney, for example, and send some photos to your printer at home, so your family can see what you’ve been up to on your travels. Or you could be at your office a few miles from your house and print out your boarding pass for a flight you have to catch later, so it’s ready for you to pick up when you get home.
Technology: HP Thermal Inkjet. Resolution: Black (ISO): Up to 8 ppm; Color (ISO): Up to 5.5 ppm First Page Out Black: As fast as 15 sec; First Page Out Color: As fast as 18 sec; Black (Draft): Up to 19 ppm; Color (Draft): Up to 15 ppm.
This credit card reader has built-in lights that let you know when a payment has been accepted. The light also lets you know when the reader is paired with your media device and notifies you when the device is charging, so you don’t have to second guess when you can process a transaction.
It applies mobile products to supporting the use, and suited to outdoor work environments. The feature has small size light weight reliable performance simple to connect easy to use. Applications: The mobile police system The tobacco distribution system The utility meter reading system The mobile office / mobile logistics systems The portable instrumentation The testing equipment, ancillary equipment. Low operating costs (no ribbons, ink cartridges) Weight: about 400g (including accessories: lithium-ion batteries, cable, test paper) Size: 103.5*78*45.5mm Chapter 2: Parameter Details Printing Method: Thermal line printing Print speed: 90mm/sec Reliability TPH Life: 100km Resolution: 203DPI (8dot/mm) Printing Width: 48mm (384dot) Paper Width: 58±01mm Roll Diameter: φ≤40mm Paper Type: Thermal Paper Power supply (optional): rechargeable lithium batteries Battery: Lithium: 7.4VDC/1500mA, Charging mode: DC 9V/1.5A Support the battery display function Print parameters: support to download the Logo trademark Character size: 384 dots/line FontA:12*24dots,1.5(W)*3.0(H)mm FontB: 9*17dots, 1.1(W)*2.1(H)mm Simplified/Traditional:24*24dots,3.0(W)*3.0(H)mm Note:Buyer should Create your Own APP and we would provide the SDK and Test APP in CD.Directly from Factory ,you will get our professional online service.
You will receive the Canon PIXMA MG3620 series Wireless Inkjet Printer/Scanner/Copier All-In-One. Built-in Wi-Fi technology allows you to wireless print and scan from virtually anywhere around your house.
This printer comes with a disk. If you are using it with an Ipad, the disk is useless. The only thing I am disappointed with at this point is that I can not print by business logo on my receipts. This is not a downfall of the printer but the program that I am using. This printer prints the business logo ‘”IF” you are using a Mac or Windows based POS system.
Strong performance, reliable, a must have! We use square pos have no problems, kitchen tickets life saver! Tickets printed from are iPad mini within 2 seconds, no problems with Bluetooth connection, now are printer is only 3 feet away from iPad maybe that helps. Been using this printer for about two years, will never go back to hand written order tickets! Well worth the price!!!!!
Android: 4.4 above / iOS: 8.0 above; Supported iOS devices: iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPod touch (6th generation), iPad Pro (9.7 inch), iPad Pro (12.9 inch), iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad (5th generation), iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4
Product – Bixolon Srp-350plusiii Direct Thermal Printer – Monochrome – Wall Mount – Receipt Print – 2.83″ Print Width – 11.81 In/s Mono – 180 Dpi – 64 Mb – Usb – Serial – Ethernet – 3.15″ (srp-350plusiiicosg)
The second way to configure your printer is to use its wireless setup wizard. To use this you’ll need to know your Wi-Fi network’s name, as well as its password. The wizard will first perform a scan to find nearby networks. Then you select the name of your network from the list and enter its password. Once the password is entered correctly your printer should be available on your network. You’ll still have to install the driver software for your printer, however, on all the computers that are going to be used for printing. After that job is complete, you can start printing from anywhere in your home.
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…
58MM Portable Thermal Receipt Printer for Bluetooth, Mini Bill Printer Speed Printing 70mm/s Printing Width 48mm. Printing Width: 48mm (384dot)’; Paper Width: 58±01mm ; Battery: 7.4VDC/1500mA. Printin…
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.
Star Micronics, a global company with its roots in Japan, and Zebra Technologies another global company specializing in printing devices, such as RFID printers, both produce a range of mobile printers, catering to different needs and requirements. The smallest devices print a 2-inch receipt and can fit in your pocket: SM-S220i (Star Micronics) or the EM 220 (from Zebra).
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…
Star Micronics tsp650ii bti receipt printer is apple mfi certified and approved for use with the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. With operating system support for iOS, Android and windows, the tsp650ii bti features the best of both worlds by coupling the comfort of legacy products with the speed and connection options demanded today in fast-paced point of sales environments. The tsp650ii bti’s “just works” sap profile makes the pairing process very simple to use. It allows for a quick connection without the hassle of a passkey or having to choose between iOS and Android modes. Quick and ready to use, no user interaction is needed to pair the tsp650ii bti. One attribute that grabs the user’s attention is tsp650ii bti’s Lightening fast print speed. Capable of printing 60 receipts per minute (300 mm/sec), the tsp650ii bti offers unrivalled processing power and outstanding data throughput. Equipped with easy “drop in and print” paper loading, small footprint and reliable guillotine cutter, the tsp650ii bti is a welcomed addition to any POS system. With exceptional performance, functionality, Bluetooth accessibility and iOS support, the tsp650ii bti embodies star’s motto of “always leading- always innovating.”.
300mm /second ultra high-speed printing, greatly improve the printing efficiency. – This thermal printer is designed for network and kitchen printing. 58mm and 80mm adjustable printing paper width, 30…
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