The Star Micronics SP700 is a wired impact printer most commonly used as a kitchen printer.
The paper compatible with this printer must be kitchen printer paper (with a slightly rough texture) and have a width 3" and diameter 83mm.
This printer accepts ink ribbon cartridges in black, blue and red/black combo.
Ethernet/LAN printers are connected to your talech register through the Network. These devices are typically wired directly to the Network Router that broadcasts your WiFi signal or to a port on a wall.
In most cases the Printers will work out-of-the-box, simply connect power, ethernet and any other accessories (e.g. cash drawer).
- Navigate to the Back Office on the talech register.
- Tap on 'Printers’.
- Tap 'Auto Detect’.
Note: Auto-detect can take up to several minutes depending on the number of printers and configuration of your Network.
You can also tap the ' + ' button in the top right corner to add a printer manually using the IP address of the see the steps below for instructions to obtain the IP of your printer.
Tap on a Printer then tap 'Test Print' to verify the Printer is functioning correctly.
Printing an IP address
During the set up you may need to print an IP address, it's very straightforward you can simply follow the steps below:
- Turn the printer off.
- Hold the 'FEED' button on the front of the printer.
- Switch on the power.
- Continue to hold the feed button for 2 seconds then release.
Note that the printer may print two long sheets of paper, the IP address details will be at the bottom of the second printout.
Setting up your printer in talech
As the steps are very similar for most printers here you can find a helpful guide on setting up printers in talech.
Front Panel Lights Flashing
Here you can find the meaning behind a particular flashing light on the front of your printer.