The LinkEdge Browser App can be used in a variety of different situations, and will run on any computer with a recent version of Windows. (7, 8, or 10)

In order to get the full benefit of the point-of-sale features, it is helpful to have auxiliary hardware devices. In particular, the Browser is able to incorporate input from barcode scanners and credit card readers. It is able to send correctly formatted output to receipt printers and label printers. It is able to open a cash drawer in response to the completion of a sale. It is not necessary to purchase any of these devices; however, they have the capacity to make your point-of-sale experience much quicker and easier.

We have tested, and support the following models of these five hardware devices. It is very possible that you can make the system work with other hardware, but we are not able to support every possible combination.

Barcode scanner

Motorola LS2208

Receipt printer

Star Micronics TSP 100

It is possible to send the receipts to any printer that you have setup in Windows. However, a receipt printer is fast, convenient, and will save you money in the long-run.

Cash drawer

Vasario Series Standard Duty Cash Drawer

Magnetic Stripe reader

Magtek Dynamag Mini Magnesafe

A magnetic stripe reader works for: Credit cards, Plastic gift cards, and LinkEdge Employee cards The newer style EMV (or chip) credit cards require a separate reader to utilize the chip function.
Without a reader, you are still able to enter the card number and expiration date with your keyboard.

Label printer

Zebra LP2824 Plus

With a label printer, it is easy to print barcodes on stickers for any product items in your store.