Epson Offers Network Tethering to POS

Epson Offers Network Tethering to POS

Epson Offers Network Tethering to POS

Epson Offers Network Tethering to POSTo meet the evolving requirements of tablet POS, Epson has expanded its mPOS devices line-up to include the TM-m30II-NT.

Aimed at those working in specialist shops, boutique outlets, small restaurants, bars, coffee shops, delis and food trucks, the new TM-m30II-NT’s key feature is network tethering, allowing the printer to provide an internet connection to the tablet over cable. Not having to rely on Wi-Fi means potential connection drop-outs are avoided so orders can be processed effectively, minimizing errors and offering the best customer service.

The new model offers useful features such as Near-end sensor, so when the paper is low, it can be changed at the most suitable time, meaning downtime is kept to a minimum.

Liam Parry, Product Manager, Business Systems, Epson Europe said, “The TM-m30II-NT offers retail customers a great price/performance balance but with the same compact and stylish design of the TM-m30II range. With the addition of network tethering, which has also been added to the TM-m30II-H and the TM-m30II-S, customers can now choose which connectivity features best meet their needs.”

Key features:

  • ‘Sync and Charge’ for tablet device connection, allows the tablet to be powered and print data over a single cable
  • ‘Network Tethering’ allows sharing of LAN connection with the connected tablet over cable e.g. for stable Internet connection without Wi-Fi dropouts.
  • Two USB A ports allow simple peripheral connection alongside tablet ‘Sync and Charge’ connection.
  • Access and control of the peripherals from applications via the ePOS device
  • Epson’s tried and trusted build quality
  • Intelligent functionality: Server Direct Print (SDP) and Cloud (OMS)
  • Standard paper “near-end” sensor allows monitoring of paper low status.

The TM-m30II-NT will be available from January 2021.



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