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The Features of COM Ports and USB Ports for POS Hardware

In the process of using the POS hardware, customers often have questions about the use of the COM and USB interfaces on the POS machine. This article will answer the features and differences of the two interfaces for you. COM (cluster communication port) is a serial communication port, referred to as a serial port. USB (universal serial bus) is an …

The Differences Between POS Device Standards OPOS and JPOS

POS device standards are very useful in providing an application with a common interface to POS devices such as like receipt printer, barcode scanner, customer display, card reader, etc. What’s OPOS? OPOS: Full name OLE for Retail POS, which is a POS device standard for Microsoft Windows operating systems that was initiated by Microsoft, NCR, Epson, and Fujitsu-ICL and is …

What is Intel Turbo Boost Technology?

When viewing the Sunany Windows POS machine specification, you will see the parameters of the base frequency and burst frequency of the processor. These parameters are not created by Sunany, but from the manufacturer of the processor: Intel. Processors of POS machines don’t always need to run at their maximum frequency. On the contrary, for POS software, most of the …

What is The VESA Standard?

When you want to install the POS machine or touch screen monitor on the wall or on a specific mount, you have to mention the word VESA. The VESA standard is a standard for attaching flat screens, LCD, monitors or televisions to mounts. Depending on the size and weight of the screen, at least four threads or holes are defined. …

Some Guides for Choosing A Pole Display

Pole display is used to show the customer POS system purchase information. The pole display receives data from POS system and presents it for the customer, LCD pole displays can also display advertising messages. There are some important factors to consider when deciding which pole display you should buy. 1. POS Software’s Requirements When selecting a pole display, it is …

Is The POE Power Supply Suitable For POS Machines?

POE is the abbreviation of Power Over Ethernet, which refers to the transmission of data signals for some IP-based terminals (such as IP phones, wireless LAN access points AP, network cameras, etc.) without any changes on the basis of existing Ethernet wiring, and provide DC power for these devices. Main power supply parameters of POE standard power supply system: 1. …

Why Choose Windows-Based Retail POS Hardware

When choosing retail POS hardwares, you may need to consider lots of factors like hardware configrations, accessories ect. The operating system that your POS software will run on is an important aspect. The operating system helps your POS software communicate with POS hardware. Windows OS is by far the most popular operating system. It offers ease of use, increased security …

The Differences Between mSATA and M.2 SSD

M.2 SATA and mSATA are both widely used in POS machines, laptops and other small, thin devices. M.2 is a follow-up to mSATA, although actually both of these interfaces are doing the same tasks, they are not interchangeable. So you can’t simply exchange one for another. Below is the difference between M.2 SATA and mSATA. 1. Interface Both of them …

The Advantages of A Grade ABS for POS Shell

ABS plastic is a terpolymer of three monomers, acrylonitrile (A), butadiene (B) and styrene (S). The relative contents of the three monomers can be changed arbitrarily to make various resins. ABS plastic has the common characteristics of three components, A makes it resistant to chemical corrosion, heat resistance, and has a certain surface hardness; B makes it have high elasticity …

Difference Between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 on POS Machines

USB is a very common port in a POS machine. But what’s a USB? And what’s the difference between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0? In short, USB (universal serial bus) is the standard used to connect POS peripherals — , thermal printers, barcode scanners etc. — to POS machine. USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 are commonly used on various electric …

The Differences Between VGA and HDMI Ports for POS System

VGA and HDMI ports are widely used for POS system to connect the second display. Both of them are digital signal transmission standard, but what’s the difference? VGA stands for Video Graphics Array, which is introduced by IBM in 1987. Lots of PC manufacturers are conventional to VGA, so it became the standard for all PCs. But it is only …

C10/ C20 USB Trigger for Cash Drawer

When choosing POS hardware, some customers will require the POS machine to connect directly to the cash drawer. Most Windows POS machines and few Android POS machines on the market do not have RJ11/ RJ12 ports. Sunany C10/ 20 trigger is designed to solve this pain point C10/ C20 USB Trigger a converter that is designed for providing a USB …

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