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OPOS drawer plug for Radiant terminal

OPOS drawer plug for Radiant terminal

OPOS drawer plug for Radiant terminal

I'm submitting orders to an Aloha terminal (Radiant hardware) via the COM interface, and every time I close a check, the OPOS drawer pops open!  I don't want to change the BOH settings for this, as it would affect all terminals.  Instead, I wanted to know if anyone knows where I can get a plug for the radiant head so that it thinks that the cash drawer is always attached.  Right now, we have to unplug it.

RE: OPOS drawer plug for Radiant terminal

I think you have to change some thing on BOH
If the drawer opens when orders within Aloha are sent to printer try:-

Setting the number of beeps on the BOH printer to 0
Check or uncheck Kitchen flag on printer setting

Use drawer 2 port and set software drawer on port 2.

Else change program not to send pulse codes to open drawer.
You may have to contact printer manufact for info about this.

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