Citizen Printer Driver Download Install Update
To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Does anyone have any idea how to install this printer on a Mac? None of the work properly: Posted on Apr 6, 1: Apr 11, 8: Apr 11, The driver from the link above worked perfectly, and the hardest part was getting LightSpeed to format the receipt correctly for the printer.
That was, however, relatively easily solved after following the HowTo on their website and tweaking a few settings. We hit a bit of a hardware snag though. At the end, printing a few receipts in a row to check for consistency, a faded area showed up on the receipt.
I looked at the roller on the top lid of the printer and noticed a smooth line on the otherwise textured roller - I could predict the faded part on the receipt by positioning this smooth part on the roller. The printer has a Long Life setting, which eases the pressure of the heater on the roller on purpose - makes the parts last longer, apparently - not sure if that has anything to do with the faded part.
The POS guy took it back to the shop to check it out, replace it with an immaculate model and hopefully not call me back to say "that's just the way it is". Apr 12, 6: Turns out the receipt paper the POS guy brought was a test-roll that's been kicking around for over a year, and apparently that was the reason for the fade Feb 6, I installed the driver and it doesn't quite work from lightspeed.
I got it to print once but it made a lot of noise and the layout was completely wrong. Can you offer any hints on what else you had to do to get it working nicely as your photo shows? Hi, I can't remember all the exact details now, but try setting up a custom page size in your MAC OS system settings not from within Lightspeed and make it the default for your printer.
Experiment a bit with that, make the custom size slightly narrower than the paper or what Lightspeed suggests , as the printer doesn't seem to be self aware and won't put in it's own margins, so will happily overprint and cause problems for itself. You have to specify the height of the page, which ends up being the length of the receipt. It's annoying, because it doesn't auto adjust if your receipt is longer or shorter according to how many items you sold.
I couldn't find a work-around for that, so you just specify slight longer than your average receipt, or over-compensate if you don't mind wasting extra cm's of paper everytime you sell only a few items. At some point you also have to go into LightSpeeds system settings and setup your receipt there. Here's a few links that might help you, in case you haven't found them all yet. I usually blog about things that I can't easily fix, but I didn't blog about this, which makes me think following the instructions solved it for me.
Hope you have better luck. User profile for user: Citizen CT-S printer problems thermal receipt printer Does anyone have any idea how to install this printer on a Mac? Will let you know how it pans out. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. I hope this is a fluke defect and not a regular, QC'ed product. Will report back when we reach Utopia. Anyway, replaced the roll and all is well.
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Citizen CT-S310II User Manual
Declaration of Conformity This printer conforms to the following Standards: This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. If you find omissions, errors, or have questions, please contact your Citizen Systems dealer. If you find any pages missing or out of order, contact your Citizen Systems dealer for a replacement. Improper handling may result in accidents fire, electric shock or injury. Should it occur, immediately turn the printer off, unplug it from the supply outlet, and call your local Citizen Systems dealer.
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To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Does anyone have any idea how to install this printer on a Mac? None of the work properly: Posted on Apr 6, 1: Apr 11, 8: Apr 11,