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- Direct Thermal
- 350 mm / sec
- 203 dpi
- Design, create, and print barcode labels
- Includes over 100 pre designed label templates
- Start from scratch or import label data and designs
- This pocket-sized mobile computer put fast, accurate barcode scanning and wireless communications options in your hands (and your pocket) to accelerate product ordering, item picking, route accounting, and other AIDC activities
- Durable design and low cost mean you reap a lot of value over a long time-at a minimal investment
- For such a small package, there's nothing like the 8000 Series to cost-effectively make your work easy and efficient
- Make quick work of dispensing tickets, order pickup and route accounting in retail and warehousing with the 8000 handheld mobile computer
- Scan and batch upload in fast, easy steps to speed product ordering and inventory management
- Streamline many operations, like shelf labeling
- The 8000 series is pocket-sized and light enough to keep with you all day long, inconspicuously tucked out of the way in a pocket, yet ready to go to work in an instant
- Prints up to 51 labels per minute (4-Line address label)
- Up to 300 x 600 dpi
- Maximum Print Width: 2.25" / 56.00 mm
- The most efficient solution for your professional labeling, filing and mailing needs, the LabelWriter 450 saves you time and money at the office
- Connect a LabelWriter 450 to your PC or Mac and you’re ready to print labels directly from Microsoft Word or Outlook, QuickBooks, CardScan, Mac Address Book and other popular programs
- Print impressive address, file folder labels, name badges and more without the extra work and hassle of printing sheet labels on a standard desktop printer
- Thermal printing technology eliminates the cost of ink or toner and the printer’s compact design makes it an easy and attractive addition to any modern workspace
- Includes: A Roll of Start Address Labels, LabelWriter 450 Label Printer, Address Labels Starter Roll, Adapter, Power Cable, USB Cable Quick Start Guide - PC and Mac
- Supports a 3" media width
- Prints up to 350 mm/sec (Speed based on using 80 mm wide media only and Epson’s PS-180 power supply
- High-speed auto cutter
- Multi-interface built-in USB and Ethernet plus Serial
- Designed for the cloud, plus beacon (Requires the use of a beacon dongle connected to TM-T88VI printer via the USB-A port. Supports only Apple iBeacon compliant format. The Epson-approved dongle is Laird model BT820) and NFC for distributed printing (NFC tag requires use of a device that includes NFC reader, and may require additional software)
- Options to reduce paper usage up to 49 percent
- Designed for high-volume use
- 4-year limited warranty
- Includes PS-180 AC Adapter
- Auto-cutter (Guillotine, Partial Cut Only), Ethernet (LAN, 10/100BaseT,UTP), Ethernet Cable, Internal Power Supply
- Direct Line Thermal, 43 RPM (Receipts Per Minute), 203 dpi
- The new thermal receipt printer is an upgrade of the TSP100, printing at almost twice the speed with a special de-curl function, and it fully compatible with its previous version, requiring no additional integration or development
- With included internal power supply, power cables, complete mounting kits, & paper roll, it's the perfect printer for any mPOS bundle
- Combined w/ its powerful futurePRNT Windows software, users can enhance their printed receipts to add graphics (logos & coupons), print multiple copies, or use the text processing function to replace printed information or trigger a coupon & much more
- USB, RS232, Keyboard Wedge, IBM 468x/9x
- USB Cable w/ Stand
- PS/2, USB
- 86 Normal Keys
- USB or PS/2 Wired
- Large 4” brilliant WVGA multi-touch display provides room for more graphical user interface, display-centric applications
- Withstands multiple 1.5 m (5 ft) drops to concrete across the operating temperature range and has an IP64 seal rating against rain and dust
- Mobile Document Imaging (MDI) and Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) provide a fast and reliable way to convert full-size paper documents or check payments into electronic files
- 5-megapixel color camera and our cutting-edge image processing technologies deliver advanced capability beyond reading barcodes
- EA30 high performance motion-tolerant 2D Imager; (up to 500 in/s) white LED illumination; red laser aimer and framer optimized for all lighting conditions; capable of scanning all common 1D and 2D barcodes; 1D as small as 4 mils; 2D as small as 6.6 mils
- 802.11 b/g/n/Flexible Network Radio (NA, LATAM, ANZ & China)/WW English
- 125 kHz
Point of Sale System Components
The equipment used in a point-of-sale (POS) system is very important, as it can determine how efficiently the POS system conducts financial transactions. In an average POS system, you will find a computer, barcode scanner, thermal printer, cash drawer, payment terminal, and more. If you are looking to upgrade your organization’s point-of-sale systems, NeweggBusiness has a list of recommended equipment below.
Barcode scanners and readers are tools that are often used to look up prices and record items at checkout. Three of the more common types of barcode scanners and readers include the following.
Handheld - Handheld barcode scanners are ideal for scanning large or heavy items that are too difficult or cumbersome to easily move. They can be either wired or wireless.
In-Counter - These are large and bulky scanners that need to be installed into counters, but have very accurate scanning mechanisms. They excel at being able to scan barcodes quickly and are designed to be used in high-volume environments.
Presentation - A type of scanner that requires a person to present the barcode to the scanning mechanism, it is ideal for smaller items that can be easily picked up.
Magnetic Card Scanners and Readers
One of the most efficient ways for a POS system to accept credit or debit card payment is with a magnetic card reader. The alternative is for your staff to manually enter card numbers, which is more time consuming.
Magnetic Card Reader - A magnetic card reader will allow a POS system to scan and read many different types of magnetic cards, not just credit or debit cards. They usually will not have integrated keypads or screens.
Payment Terminal - Compared to card readers, payment terminals have more features and functions. In addition to reading cards, they typically have keypads and screens for customers to view and enter information.
Cash POS Systems
If you mainly conduct cash transactions, you may want to consider purchasing a cash register as an all-in-one solution. Additional supplies and equipment such as cash drawers, cash bags, and coin wrappers can help you stay organized.
Point-of-Sale Computer Peripherals
POS Keyboards - Point-of-sale keyboards often have built-in card readers and programmable shortcut keys. So if a dedicated scanner or reader is malfunctioning, the keyboard can serve as a backup data entry method.
Touchscreen Monitors - Using a mouse at a checkout station is not always possible due to space limitations. Touchscreen monitors are an alternative that are easy-to-use and can replace mice for checkout-related tasks.
Software - POS software allows you and your staff to look up item prices, process payments, track inventory, and more. It is one of the most important considerations when implementing a new POS system.
Thermal Printers - A special type of printer that does not require ink or toner cartridges for printing. Instead, it prints by heating a special type of heat-sensitive paper. POS systems in retail and similar businesses will often have thermal printers to print receipts.
Point-of-sale locations are excellent opportunities to showcase multimedia content using digital signage, from news headlines to store promotions. To set up digital signage, you should utilize the following equipment.
Digital Signage Monitor - Digital signage monitors are a class of large-format display similar in size to televisions but without integrated TV tuners. Like computer monitors, they only display content received from external sources.
Digital Signage Player - A type of computer that is used to output multimedia content to digital signage monitors. Though they often utilize desktop computer components, they are pre-loaded with specialized operating systems and software.