eHopper BTP-R180II Printer: Description and Set Up Guide

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Overview: This article reviews the features and specifications of the eHopper BTP-R180II Printer and provides all the steps to set it up on your POS.  

1. Description of eHopper BTP-R180II Printer

1.1 Features

This cost-effective fully-featured thermal receipt printer includes these valuable features:

  • Triple Interface Standard – USB, Serial and Ethernet
  • Fast 230mm/Second Print Speed
  • Simple Drop-In Paper Loading
  • Standard Auto Paper Cutter
  • No Dip Switches - Intuitive Keypad Programming
  • Compatible with Popular POS Software Applications
  • Programmable Paper Saving Options and Internal Alarm Cutter
  • Paper- End Sensor
  • Includes Starter Paper Roll, External Power Adapter and Cord, Paper Width Selector, Quick Reference Manual, Serial Cable and USB Cable, and Power Supply

 

 1.2 Specifications

 

2. Setting up the eHopper BTP-R180II Printer

2.1 Connecting eHopper BTP-R180II Printer to Lenovo Tablet

  1. On the back of the printer, input the printer power source cord into the leftmost plug-in and plug it into to an outlet.
  2. Input the ethernet router to the back of the printer, above where it says "Ethernet."
  3. Turn printer on by pushing down the "l" on the switch next to the 'Energy Star' logo on the front of the printer.
  4. Connect tablet to same wifi network as ethernet router that the printer is connected to.

2.2 Setting Up eHopper BTP-R180II Printer As Receipt and Kitchen Printer 

  1. Open eHopper application
  2. Tap on 'Settings' in the left navigation menu and then click on 'Printer Setup.'
  3. On 'Printer Settings' screen, tap ‘Search for Printer’ on the top right. 
  4. The BTP-R180II printer should show up under both Receipt Printers and Kitchen Printers. Check off whichever one you would like to set up your printer to print. You can select both as well.
  5. Once selected, the option "Print Test Page" will show up on the right. Tap it to print a test page to ensure that the printer is set up properly.
  6. Confirm your printer settings by tapping on ‘DONE’. The printer should now be set up to work on your tablet. 

 

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