Pax S80 Credit Card Paper Size
When it comes to the best countertop credit card payment terminals, Pax S80 has established itself as a household name. In fact, it is an industry leader for point of sales terminals.
The reasons for its popularity and widespread use are many, the foremost being that it is lightweight and portable. This makes it an excellent catch for retail stores, shopping centers, restaurants, and many other industries.
At Buyrolls, we have a list of products that supplement your Pax S80 including thermal paper rolls. Moreover, if you are wondering which credit card paper size is optimal for your Pax S80, you are in the right place.
Below, you can find a quick and snappy list of FAQs about Pax S80 and the paper used to make it work optimally.
FAQs for the Pax S80:
What’s the size of the paper used for a Pax S80?
The normal size for Pax S80 paper is 2 1/4 inches by 85 feet. You can also get BPA-Free 2 1/4" x 85' Thermal Receipt Paper (50 Rolls) from us!
To give you nothing but the best, each and every one of our 2 1/4" thermal paper rolls is of the highest quality and can be shipped to you for free the very same day!
What is the highest capacity of the Pax S80 in terms of the paper roll size?
A roll with an outside diameter of 50 millimeters or 1.96 inches can be accommodated by the Pax S80 terminal printer.
What other receipt rolls can I use for the Pax S80?
When it comes to picking out the receipt rolls for your Pax S80, you can choose from the following options:
- 2 1/4" x 85' Thermal Receipt Paper (50 Rolls) Item #3201
Can the Pax S80 work with a 2-ply carbonless paper?
Sadly, the answer is no. The Pax S80 is equipped with a thermal printer, which means that it does not require any ink or ribbons to function properly. Rolls of thermal paper are the only kind that can be used.
What’s the best way to clean the Pax S80 terminal?
You can use card reader cleaning cards to clean your Pax S80 and keep it working efficiently. Thermal printer cleaning cards are helpful in removing dirt, dust, oil, and other contaminants from thermal printers for better image quality.