Home Print Solutions Epson adds intelligence to receipt printing

Epson has added intelligence to create its TM-T88VI POS receipt printers that needs no drivers – it will print via any HTML5/XML enabled browser or mobile device as well as via Ethernet, USB, and serial ports.

Receipt printers are traditionally “dumb” requiring drivers and a direct USB or Ethernet Lan connection. Epson has added intelligence to its popular TM-T88V printer that enables browser-based printing from virtually any mobile device, with no drivers to install.

ePOS technology provides communication between the receipt printer and iOS and Android mobile devices anywhere in the store. For more information on Epson’s ePOS technology please read the Epson ePOS technology brief.

Epson Australia general manager Craig Heckenberg said, “The TM-T88VI gives businesses the ability to add Web and mobile POS services in stages, or run systems alone or in parallel if they choose.

"Many businesses, especially in the retail and restaurant sectors, are keen to leverage web and mobile POS solutions to improve efficiency, but they don’t want to commit to an entirely new system straight away. The TM-T88V-i can be implemented with existing infrastructure.”

TM-T88VI Key Features

  • Thermal 42/56 column
  • Print speeds of up to 350 mm/sec plus a high-speed auto cutter
  • Print head life of 200 km and extended auto cutter life of 3 million cuts
  • Epson's ePOS Print technology to support printing from web-based applications – built-in Apache server
  • OS: Embedded Linux
  • Supports: POS printer, Cash drawer (Drawer supported by the TM-T88V), Customer display (DM-D110 USB), Standard HID devices (Barcode Scanner, Keyboard), Serial device
  • Multi-interface connectivity allows for the printer to be dynamically shared between legacy PC-POS terminals, tablet and mobile devices as well as the ability to print from cloud servers
  • Standard triple interfaces—TM T88VI includes built-in USB & Ethernet, along with the Connect-It module port
  • Designed for the cloud—it incorporates built-in functionality to leverage leading POS applications or to perform remote firmware upgrades via Epson’s OMS. It also utilizes Server Direct printing for online ordering applications and printing from cloud servers.
  • Beacon support provides distributed proximity-based printing with Apple devices using Bluetooth Low Energy
  • NFC —Near Field Communication technology for easy pairing with mobile devices in distributed printing environments
  • Advanced paper saving functions—reduces paper usage by up to 49%
  • The TM-T88VI-i supports all the TM-T88VI features as well as the added support of up to 4 USB POS peripherals, improved network security and more storage capacity for web applications

Espon TM T88VI



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Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!


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