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The TSP100LAN futurePRNT printer includes an “Error Reporting Feature” which indicates if there has been a lost network connection by flashing its error lights. The ready button not only tells the user that the printer is on, but also if it has paper and if it is operating correctly. It will also now tell the user if it has a real connection to the host computer.It is provided with a USB connection that provides an immediate “Plug & Play” installation which reduces the time of integration to minutes. The advantages of such a printer are evident for applications such as retail, restaurants, and convenience stores.This direct thermal printer is provided with all standard operating system drivers, Windows, Linux and Mac, and specialty drivers such as OPOS and JPOS.
- Product Type: Direct Thermal Printer
- Product Series: TSP100
- Brand Name: Star Micronics
- Manufacturer: Star Micronics, Inc
- Product Model: TSP143LAN
- Product Name: TSP100 TSP143LAN Receipt Printer
- Product Line: futurePRNT
- Maximum Mono Print Speed: 4.92 in/s
- Maximum Print Resolution: 203 dpi
- Print Color: Monochrome
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EMV is a technical standard for smart payment cards and for payment terminals and automated teller machines that can accept them. EMV cards are smart cards (also called chip cards or IC cards) which store their data on integrated circuits rather than magnetic stripes, although many EMV cards also have stripes for backward compatibility. They can be contact cards that must be physically inserted (or “dipped”) into a reader, or contactless cards that can be read over a short distance using radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. Payment cards that comply with the EMV standard are often called chip-and-PIN or chip-and-signature cards, depending on the exact authentication methods required to use them.
EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard, and Visa, the three companies that originally created the standard. The standard is now managed by EMVCo, a consortium with control split equally among Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, China UnionPay, and Discover.
There are standards based on ISO/IEC 7816 for contact cards, and standards based on ISO/IEC 14443 for contactless cards (PayPass, PayWave, ExpressPay).
The most widely known chip card implementations of the EMV standard are:
- VIS – Visa
- M/Chip – MasterCard
- AEIPS – American Express
- UICS – China Union Pay
- J Smart – JCB
- D-PAS – Discover/Diners Club International.