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Barcodes, Inc. Recommends AirTrack S1 for Four Lakes Alpine Snowsports’s Point of Sale and Ski Lift

Posted January 9, 2017

imageFour Lakes Alpine Snowsports is a recreational facility that specializes in offering skiing and snowboarding to riders of all levels. They were looking for a point of sale solution that was capable of handling credit card sales receipts and gift cards. Additionally, they wanted the capability to print and scan lift tickets for customers to carry and for employees to scan at the point of sale and various lift locations. Finally, Four Lakes saw a value in being able to offer gift cards to their customer base since snow sport facilities were scarce in and around the Chicago-land area.

Barcodes, Inc. put together a 1) Point of Sale, 2) Scan and Print, and 3) Gift Card solution for Four Lakes Alpine Snowsports. Barcodes recommended the AirTrack S1 barcode scanner, MMF Heritage 240 cash drawer, and Epson TM-T88V receipt printer for the point of sale application. The S1 and TM-T88V are ideal general purpose devices that are built to last, while the Heritage 240 is a unitized steel cash drawer that is an ideal solution for non-cash transactions. Barcodes recommended the AirTrack S1 barcode scanner and CognitiveTPG DLXi barcode printer for Four Lakes’s scan and print application. The DLXi is a reliable barcode printer with a metal frame that is designed to operate in challenging environments, while the S1 is capable of reading 1D barcode labels. Since implementing these solutions, Four Lakes Alpine Snowsports has become more efficient and uncovered a way to increase their revenue stream.

To learn more about the solutions that Barcodes, Inc. has to offer, contact one of our representatives.


CognitiveTPG Debuts Bluetooth Enabled A799II and DLXi for Mobile Printing

Posted January 9, 2015

2015-01-09_1008CognitiveTPG is expanding its line of mobile printing options with the entrance of its industry proven POS Receipt printers and Barcode Label printers enabled with Bluetooth connectivity.

Integrating the Bluetooth technology into the A799II POS and DLXi Label printers allows customers to connect to a Bluetooth enabled host such as a tablet, smart phone or mobile computer.  The A799II and DLXi Bluetooth enabled printers pair with Windows and Android platforms, and iOS coming soon.

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CognitiveTPG Announces Their New A799II Receipt Printer

Posted March 14, 2014

CognitiveTPG A799II PrinterCognitiveTPG has announced an addition to its line of POS Receipt Printers, the A799II. The A799II, which is being demonstrated at the National Retail Federation Big Show this week in New York City, will be available to the general market in Q2 2014.

The A799II achieves the best performance, reliability and price for a receipt printer, reaching a 350 mm/sec (13.79 inches per second) print speed. Like the other CognitiveTPG receipt printers the A799II includes some of the industry’s highest reliability standards with its unique ceramic knife delivering a life of 3 million cuts, a printhead life of 242 km (150 miles), 72 million printlines, and a 4-year warranty.

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CognitiveTPG A798 Receipt Printer – A Better Printer at a Better Price!

Posted January 21, 2014

CognitiveTPG recently increased its reliability specifications on the A798 printer, ranking it among the most reliable receipt printers on the market at an even better price. The main features and functions now include:

  • Fast print speeds at 6 inches per second
  • Multiple interfaces
  • Steel frame and modular design for greater strength and faster delivery
  • Longest knife life in the industry and unmatched reliability
  • Standard 3 year warranty
  • Available with Spill Guard option for hospitality and quick serve applications
  • Best price for performance

For assistance findng the right CognitiveTPG receipt printer for your needs, contact us at BarcodesInc.


CognitiveTPG Sets Reliability Benchmark for POS Receipt Printers with the A798

Posted August 1, 2013

CognitiveTPG A798 Receipt PrinterCognitiveTPG sets new reliability benchmark for its POS Receipt printers, A798 and A799, increasing specifications on printhead life, knife cuts, and print lines.  More importantly, CognitiveTPG is offering exceptional pricing on the A798 printer that will agree with any price sensitive budget.

With the only self-sharpening ceramic knife in the industry, both the A798 and A799 now boast the highest knife life available at 3 million cuts, 72 million printlines, and 242 km printhead life, taking them well beyond the A798’s new 3-year warranty and the A799’s 4-year warranty.

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The Cognitive C Series – High Performance, Small Footprint, Universal Thermal Label Printer

Posted June 25, 2013

Finally a label printer small enough to fit in small spaces yet with the performance of larger industrial barcode label printers. The C Series printers literally can be used throughout your entire enterprise. The C Series is CognitiveTPG’s most versatile line of thermal label printers. The size of a small desktop printer but with the capabilities of a big box printers these printers deliver value and functionality to fit multiple applications and industries. From the warehouse floor to the pristine hospital or pharmacy environment, C Series offer multiple connection options, fast print speeds, large roll capacity, ample RAM and Flash memory, and an LCD screen combined with a USB A port for standalone applications.

For help finding the right label printer for your business, contact us at BarcodesInc.


Exact Color Matching With the CognitiveTPG Advantage LX and Barcodes.

Posted January 4, 2013

Buying paint used to the first difficult step in painting a new room or home. Even after you’ve decided on the color to buy, inevitably you need to buy more paint to match that color.

One major US Hardware Chain makes it easy to buy cans of paint with exact color match using the CognitiveTPG Advantage LX printer and barcode labels. With every can of paint mixed, an Ethernet-enabled Advantage LX prints a barcode label containing the pigment mixture used for that paint color. To match a previous color, a customer brings the paint can lid back to the store. The paint department scans the barcode label on the lid, and the terminal displays the paint mixture for the perfect color match.

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CognitiveTPG’s A798 & A799 Receipt Printers Certified for Aldelo Systems

Posted June 25, 2012

CognitiveTPG A799 Receipt PrinterCognitiveTPG, leading provider of on-demand barcode and transaction printers, is pleased to announce that its A799 and A798 receipt printers are now certified to work with Aldelo’s POS software.

The Aldelo For Restaurants software suite is a proven solution for thousand of restaurants and quick service operations around the world, offering software that enhances the customer operation and has an intuitive design. Aldelo’s products are based on an open architecture, allowing the customer choices when it comes to hardware selection.

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CognitiveTPG’s ‘Wanted Alive’ Summer Promotion

Posted June 20, 2012

Celebrating the coming summer months, CognitiveTPG announced a promotion to entice its current, former, and possible future customers.

The promotion is a video contest calling for loyal Blaster and Advantage LX owners to show off their old dependable printer. “We are calling the promotion Wanted Alive’ and challenging current and former customers to show us the oldest operational unit in the field. We know what true workhorses these printers are and we know there are still many 10-plus year old printers in the field today, working,” said Angela Mansfield-Swanson, CognitiveTPG’s Marketing Director. The customer with the oldest operational unit will win a $500 Visa gift card.

This promotion will run from June 1st through August 31, 2012.


A799 Collection Hits High Fashion

Posted March 20, 2012

Challenge

When a high-fashion designer and retailer, best known for its designer handbags and accessories decided to replace its receipt printing laser printers, they needed a thermal receipt printer that was capable of doing justice to their famous designer image. The challenge was finding a thermal printer capable of printing the company logo to their satisfaction.

Scenario

The switch from laser to thermal printing in any environment involves not only a financial decision but also operational considerations. A combined need to reduce printing costs, as well as the desire to reduce printer downtime and increase workspace, drove this high-end retailer to seek an alternate solution to their current laser printer setup. Thermal printers require no toner and have a footprint of up to three times smaller than that of a desktop laser printer.

Once the retailer made the decision to convert to thermal receipt printing technology, the next step was to decide which manufacturer could provide the best solution for their particular application. The overriding factor in their final decision would be the printer’s capability of accurately reproducing the designer’s logo on the receipt. Although simple in design, the thin lines of text and levels of grayscale in the logo required precision manipulation of the logo artwork and customized support to ensure the level of print quality would meet the designer’s standards

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