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Cash/Till Drawer - Please help.

Last post 11-30-2010, 5:39 PM by simplenstupid. 4 replies.
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  •  11-15-2010, 7:49 PM 1502

    Cash/Till Drawer - Please help.


    I've everything setup and at the min i wont be printing any receipts.

    I am looking to buy a till drawer and need to know what it should have to work with the PC Till program.
    I want the till to open each time i serve a customer, but dont have a printer. Do i need a printer to make the till drawer open or not?


    Can someone please help



  •  11-15-2010, 8:30 PM 1503 in reply to 1502

    Re: Cash/Till Drawer - Please help.

    We did used to sell an interface that didn't need a printer, but these have long gone, and were ISA cards (showing my age). The system should (currently) still work with some serial based drawers.

    We are looking at providing a facility to run a specified program/script to allow those with unique drawers to have other options.  Our plan is to have such a facility in v4.5.1, though it could potentially make it into v4.5.0.

    Obviously, this is only half the puzzle, as then you (or your drawer supplier) need to provide a script/utility to open it.

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  •  11-15-2010, 8:49 PM 1504 in reply to 1503

    Re: Cash/Till Drawer - Please help.

    so if i get a thermal reciept printer i shouldnt have a problem ? Correct.

    I see some printers listed in the scm are these the only ones supported or can i but another?


    Thanks again for your help 

  •  11-15-2010, 9:40 PM 1505 in reply to 1504

    Re: Cash/Till Drawer - Please help.

    Epson printers with APD is the current preferred...
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  •  11-30-2010, 5:39 PM 1511 in reply to 1502

    Re: Cash/Till Drawer - Please help.

    In theory no as you can set the Till through SCM to activate the till drawer using either an RS-232 connection or via COM port.

    My problem was that my computer didn't have either an RS-232 or COM port fitted (all USB connections) and have given up trying to get the computer to talk to the drawer until I re-build the computer!

    Generally though you shouldn't have a problem.



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