EC Line provides no drivers for cash drawers that connect to printers. Please refer to the printer manufacturer for the correct cash drawer driver.
For OPOS-compliant applications, the user must configure and specify a device name for the cash drawer during installation.
|2||Cash drawer kick-out drive signal|
|3||Cas drawer open/closed signal|
|5||Cash Drawer kick-out drive signal|
|6||Cash Drawer kick-out open/closed signal ground 1A/24V|
Yes!, but you'll need to purchase a convertor with a serial RS232 interface or USB interface.
When a receipt is printed, the printer sends a signal to the cash drawer for it to open. If there's a problem, verify the lock is in the Electronic position (vertical position) instead of the horizontal, which locks the drawer.
Please verify that
No, because although many cash drawers do use an RJ11 connector, which appears to be identical to a phone cable, the pin-out order is different. Furthermore, cables differ between printer manufacturers; you will need to make sure you purchase the correct cables for both your drawer and your printer.