The Epson TM-L90 Plus is a compact thermal printer that prints receipts, barcodes, and labels. It uses direct thermal "sticky" paper.
Thermal printers need careful placement in a kitchen, because too much heat can interfere with printing. Keep the Epson TM-L90 Plus away from heat sources such as ovens and grills.
You can find instructions on printing the IP address of the printer here.
Management Console Configuration
After you have configured the printer in the browser, you must set up the printer in the customer's Management Console:
- In the your Management Console ([yoursubdomain].revelup.com), click the Establishment tab.
- Select Printers from the menu on the left.
- Enter the following information for the printer:
- Name: Enter the name you want to use in the Management Console for this printer. This can be the printer model, Epson TM-L90 Plus, or any name that identifies this particular printer.
- IP Address: Enter the static IP address that you set for the printer during configuration.
- Prints: Select POS from the dropdown menu.
- Type: Select Epson ePOS LAN from the dropdown menu.
- Printer Model: Select No Model from the dropdown menu.
- Active: Select Yes:
Manual Configuration of the Printer
In the event that your printer's IP address needs to be manually configured, you can do so using the steps below:
- On the back of the printer, first connect the power cable; make sure the flat side of the power adapter is facing down when plugging into printer.
- Using an ethernet cable, connect one end to the printer and the other end to a computer:
- Open the lid on top of printer and remove the clear label spacer with white/red diagram:
- Insert the roll paper as shown below:
- Close the printer lid so that some of the paper is exposed:
- Use the power button on the front of the printer to turn it ON:
- A receipt will print once the printer fully powers on, showing the dynamic IP address for the printer:
NOTE: If the printer does not automatically print the IP address, it has been set to default. Follow instructions in step 14 to retrieve the IP address, then proceed to next step.
- Next, from the computer that is connected to the printer, open a web browser and enter the printer's dynamic IP address into the address bar and hit Enter on your keyboard. Make sure this is the IP Address that printed :
- On the left under Configuration, click TCP/IP:
- Change Settings in the following fields as noted and click Submit:
- Get IP Address - Manual
- Set using Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) - Disable
- Set using PING - Disable
- IP Address - Make sure this matches the IP Address that printed on the printer receipt
- Subnet Mask - 255.255.255.0
- Default Gateway - 192.168.22.1
- Socket Timeout Value - 300
- You will get a notice that Configuration is Complete; click Reset to enable changes:
- Printer will reset and the paper light will flash signifying the new settings have been sent to the printer.
- Print a new receipt to confirm settings by turning off printer and holding down Feed button while turning the printer back on. Continue holding Feed down until receipt prints; this will take several seconds:
- If the printer is set to default, it has a default static IP Address setting of 192.168.192.168. Therefore, the computer in use will have to be set to the .192 sub-network with a static address of something other than 192.168.192.168 (ex. 192.168.192.123) in the computer network settings.