Ultra-Fast Receipt Thermal Printer Tm200 Drivers
Quick and convenient, the front-exit CT-E651L label-capable POS printer is perfect for pharmacy, retail and hospitality environments. Supporting both label and receipt printing up to 200mm and 300mm per second in respective modes, the CT-E651L is the perfect solution for applications where printers need to be multifunctional.
Ultra-Fast Receipt Thermal Printer Tm200 Drivers
Thermal Receipt Printer: This is the most common receipt printer with the most popular models being the high speed TM-T88V and economical TM-T20II. Thermal printers use thermal receipt paper and print very quickly and quietly when compared to other printing technologies. The newest thermal printer to the Epson family is the TM-m10 printer, which featuers a more compact footprint and uses more compact 2" wide receipt paper.
Impact Receipt Printer: This is an older style receipt printer that uses either a black ribbon or a dual color red and black ribbon. The most popular version of this is the TM-U220. The TM-U220 is available in a standard or a partial cut version. The partial cut version with an Ethernet interface is most commonly seen used as a kitchen printer. Epson TM-U220 with Autocutter
Multi-Function Printer: There are a few different multifunction models available that combine receipt printing with check or slip validation. The ability to use a multifunction printer relies on software compatibility. Please check with your software manufacuturer to find out what multi-function printer is compatible with their software. Epson TM-H6000IV
Most Epson Receipt Printers are available with a USB interface, which is the recommended for most point of sale setups and receipt printing. For kitchen printing Ethernet is very common as it allows the printer to be setup away from the PC and/or use an extended length Ethernet cable.
Epson has set the standard when it comes to how a receipt should print and what it should look like. The Epson Printing language or Epson Standard Code for Printers (ESC/P or ESC/P 2) is a printer control language that specifies how a printer should print, what size fonts to use, how the text is arranged, when to insert a line break, and all other aspects of a receipt.
Because this programming language is so easy to use and works so well, it has truly become the standard for programming in a receipt printer format into a POS Software. This is something that all other printer manufacturers take into account when making their own printer. If they do not have Epson printer emulation then they are most likely not compatible with the POS Software.
In most cases, when you're looking for an Epson receipt printer, you're looking for a thermal receipt printer. The Epson Tm-T88V and Epson TM-T20II are the two most popular models of Epson Receipt Printers. They look alike and print receipts with the same format and layout but they have some differences from one another.
The 88V is the king of receipt printers. It's Epson's highest speed receipt printer and has a built in USB interface port along with the unique and flexible connect-it interchangable interface cards for changing the interface to ethernet, parallel, serial, wi-fi, etc. Plus it includes a fantastic four year warranty.
Both printers have models that work on a bevy of operating systems including Windows, Android, and iOS. Both use the same Epson Printing Language and Epson printer compatibility, and both are very highly rated receipt printers.
Epson receipt printers come in Galaxy Gray and Epson Cool White. The galaxy gray is a dark Gray that is close to black. The cool white is an off white that matches a beige color scheme. A new Epson Ultra White is also available on select models. The Ultra White is a bright white color and not beige.
Brother printers supporting PCL and PostScript are supported. Some models using proprietary drivers (e.g. XL2HB) currently only are supported to a limited extent (e.g. BRMFC9840). Due to a non-standard driver output our page counting ability on certain low end Brother devices is impacted. This includes the HL-5470, HL-5450 and HL-2250.
The current range of AcuLaser, AL, and EPL mono and color laser printers are fully supported by PaperCut. Please ensure the very latest drivers are installed. The majority of inkjets produced over the last 8 years supporting ESC/P2, ESC/PAGE and ESC/PAGE-COLOR will work. On some older inkjet printer models it may not be possible to detect paper size.
Gestetner supply a number of driver alternatives with their high-end printers, copiers, and multifunction devices (e.g. DSc338), usually including PCL5 and Postscript. PaperCut Software has tested recent releases of the Postscript and PCL drivers and found these are compatible. We recommend the use of Postscript drivers over other options such as RPCS or PCL.
Lanier supply a number of driver alternatives with their high-end printers, copiers, and multifunction devices - usually including PCL5 and PostScript. PaperCut Software has tested recent releases of the PostScript and PCL drivers and found these are compatible. We recommend the use of PostScript drivers over other options such as RPCS or PCL.
Océ printers and copiers support PostScript. Some Océ drivers use a proprietary header to set document attributes such as copy count, duplex, etc., which is supported by PaperCut but subject to change by Océ. PaperCut will work with most of the Océ wide-format devices, including custom support for selected proprietary CAD printing output.
PaperCut supports most Samsung printers. Many Samsung printers (e.g. Samsung ML-2010, CLP-510) are supplied with proprietary GDI based drivers (QPDL) with no option for standard PostScript or PCL drivers. PaperCut Software has implemented support for most recent Samsung GDI printers. Model numbers and driver versions are constantly changing. PaperCut users are recommended to upgrade to the latest version and contact PaperCut support if any printers do not account as expected.
Savin supply a number of driver alternatives with their high-end printers, copiers, and multifunction devices - usually including PCL5 and PostScript. PaperCut Software has tested recent releases of the PostScript and PCL drivers and found these are compatible. We recommend the use of PostScript drivers over other options such as RPCS or PCL.
The DocuPrint and Phaser Series accommodate PCL and PostScript. Use the PostScript drivers if available. Some lower end DocuPrint systems only support PCL, in which case we recommend the PCL6 drivers. New Xerox printers using the HBPL or TIFF6 printer language drivers are also supported. Wide-Format printers such as the Xerox 6204 are supported in the latest versions of PaperCut NG.
TM200 is an easy-to-use thermal receipt printer that features high printing speed, superior resolution, and exceptional reliability, (cutters & heads are made in Japan) Best for POS, Restaurants, Lottery Printing applications, and etc.