Arryved, a provider of a mobile POS for taprooms, brew pubs and other experience-based venues, has selected Epson America Inc.’s next-generation TM-m30II POS thermal receipt printer and TM-U220-i KDS (kitchen display system) printer, according to a press release. The TM-m30II printer can facilitate contactless payment and socially distanced experiences while Epson’s KDS streamlines kitchen operations.
With built-in loyalty programs, QR code-based ordering, online to-go and delivery tools and integrated digital menus, orders from any origination point print to shared Epson printers and order screens to facilitate managing transactions.
Epson’s wireless TM-m30II POS thermal printers allow merchants to add receipt printing wherever needed.
The 3-inch, TM-m30II POS thermal receipt printer offers multiple interface options such as USB, Ethernet, Bluetooth and wireless connectivity. The printer features a 150 km printhead life, auto cutter life of 1.5 million cuts and speeds of up to 250 mm/sec. The drop-in paper loading allows users to access and print via the TM-m30II from either the top or the front, while the TM-U220-i KDS printer can connect to POS systems and directly drive kitchen displays.