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Published on Apr 30, 2012
http://cashdrawer.com | 763-571-5000 | email@example.com | Connect your iPad or Mobile Device to APG's Ethernet Cash Drawer
Need a cash drawer to connect to your mobile application? APG's NetPRO® is an ideal solution! In verticals such as gas stations, C-stores, quick service food and more, the Ethernet cash drawer communicates with mobile POS devices for normal drawer operation. This dynamic network device has a time and date stamp with every transaction, improving loss prevention functions by providing security camera activation, mobile alerts to store management for unusual events, remote tech support, asset management and much more.
APG Cash Drawer, LLC announces the new NetPRO® Ethernet interface for cash drawers. As retailers begin to install innovative mobile technology, new LP concerns arise. APG's NetPRO® interface increases cash drawer security and makes mobile POS possible.
Mobile and Thin Client transactions • Includes drawer status reporting • Handheld devices connect to the drawer through the network • Bar code label for 'claiming' the networked drawer. This establishes the connection between the specific mobile device and the drawer • Thin client doesn't require another device to connect the drawer to the system such as a printer or full function PC
Asset Management • Cash Drawer usage statistics stored in non volatile memory • Battery back-up for an estimated 10 year life • On-board statistics help optimize useful life of each of the drawers • Device name and service data can be written to the device header • Remote access to the drawer data helps established maintenance schedule • Reporting possible on the above features • Remote tech support
Loss Prevention • Logging of cash drawer access events • Date/time stamp of openings • Ability to talk to any other Ethernet device • Turn on security cameras • Send alerts to the store manager • Historical Cash Drawer access event log stored in the interface non volatile memory • Allows for comparing of drawer operation stats with POS information