What is Futureprnt?

What is Futureprnt?

is a software included on the TSP143, Star Micronics’s bestselling receipt printer – allows retailers to tailor and continuously modify all aspects of their receipt output to their individual needs.

What is a TSP printer?

Star’s best selling printer worldwide, the TSP100, is the first software-driven thermal POS receipt printer to provide an immediate plug & play application. This allows retailers to tailor and continuously modify all aspects of receipting output to meet their individual needs.

What size paper does the star TSP100 use?

3 1/8″ x 230′
The standard Star TSP100 paper size is 3 1/8″ x 230′. Buy 3 1/8″ x 230′ Thermal Receipt Paper (50 Rolls) here.

What does no host connection mean?

No Host connection or not obtaining an IP address can occur for many reasons. Some common causes of the issue are: The printer is not physically connected to the network. An ethernet cable or network device is defective. The network is having trouble communicating with the printer due to configuration issues.

How do I connect my star tsp 100?


  1. Connect your printer to a power supply.
  2. Open the iPad’s Settings.
  3. Tap the Bluetooth menu option. Find the Star Micronics printer in the Other devices list, with a name like TSP100-XXXXX.

Do Star printers need ink?

Direct Thermal printers require only specially coated thermal paper to print. The thermal print head heats up and reacts with chemicals on the paper to produce the printout – No ink or ribbons required!

Can’t connect to any host?

This error indicates that your web server did not accept our TCP connection request, and hence the HTTP Request could not be performed.

What does connect to host mean?

A network host is a computer or other device connected to a computer network. Hosts are assigned at least one network address. A computer participating in networks that use the Internet protocol suite may also be called an IP host. Specifically, computers participating in the Internet are called Internet hosts.

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