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Epson P60II Setup

By Sujin | Updated

The Epson P60 is a portable Bluetooth receipt printer. It is designed to stay with the employee while the employee walks around. This printer does not connect to a cash drawer.

Because this printer is thermal, it is not ideal for hot environments.


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Preparing the Printer for Pairing

Connecting the Epson P60 to your Point of Sale station consists of three steps: charging the printer, preparing the printer for pairing, and pairing the printer to the Point of Sale iPad. To set up your printer:

Before setting up your printer, charge it for three to four hours. After the printer is charged, prepare it for pairing.

  1. Power off the printer.
  2. While holding down the Feed Button, power on the printer.
  3. Release the Feed button when the printer prints a sheet.
  4. Press and hold the Feed Button for more than a second.
  5. Release the Feed button when the printer prints a sheet.
  6. Press the Feed Button for less than 1 second 4 times in a row.
  7. Press and hold the Feed Button for more than a second.
  8. Release the Feed button when the printer prints a sheet.
  9. Press the Feed Button for less than 1 second once.
  10. Press and hold the Feed Button for more than a second.
  11. Release the Feed button when the printer prints a sheet.
  12. The printer will now be in the pairing mode.

Pairing the Printer with the Point of Sale

To pair the printer to your iPad:

  1. Turn the printer on.
  2. On your iPad, navigate to Settings > Bluetooth and turn the switch to On. The switch will be green with a note underneath: "Now discoverable as..."
  3. The printer will show up under Devices as TM-P60II_000119. The 000119 part will match the number on the printer. Remove the cover to see the number. Tap the device's name and select Connect.
NOTE: You can connect up to 4 Bluetooth devices to your iPad simultaneously.

If your access points and internet network are already connected, access your Point of Sale and run a test transaction.


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Epson P60II Setup

By Sujin | Updated

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The Epson P60 is a portable Bluetooth receipt printer. It is designed to stay with the employee while the employee walks around. This printer does not connect to a cash drawer.

Because this printer is thermal, it is not ideal for hot environments.


Contents


Preparing the Printer for Pairing

Connecting the Epson P60 to your Point of Sale station consists of three steps: charging the printer, preparing the printer for pairing, and pairing the printer to the Point of Sale iPad. To set up your printer:

Before setting up your printer, charge it for three to four hours. After the printer is charged, prepare it for pairing.

  1. Power off the printer.
  2. While holding down the Feed Button, power on the printer.
  3. Release the Feed button when the printer prints a sheet.
  4. Press and hold the Feed Button for more than a second.
  5. Release the Feed button when the printer prints a sheet.
  6. Press the Feed Button for less than 1 second 4 times in a row.
  7. Press and hold the Feed Button for more than a second.
  8. Release the Feed button when the printer prints a sheet.
  9. Press the Feed Button for less than 1 second once.
  10. Press and hold the Feed Button for more than a second.
  11. Release the Feed button when the printer prints a sheet.
  12. The printer will now be in the pairing mode.

Pairing the Printer with the Point of Sale

To pair the printer to your iPad:

  1. Turn the printer on.
  2. On your iPad, navigate to Settings > Bluetooth and turn the switch to On. The switch will be green with a note underneath: "Now discoverable as..."
  3. The printer will show up under Devices as TM-P60II_000119. The 000119 part will match the number on the printer. Remove the cover to see the number. Tap the device's name and select Connect.
NOTE: You can connect up to 4 Bluetooth devices to your iPad simultaneously.

If your access points and internet network are already connected, access your Point of Sale and run a test transaction.

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