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Features: Remote Display

The remote video display application is included with Amigo Pos at no additional cost. This remote video display application can run on any standard or mini PC running .Net 4.0; MS Windows XP, Vista (32- or 64-bit), 7 (32- or 64-bit), 8 (32- or 64-bit) or 8.1 (32- or 64-bit) are supported. A programmable keyboard (bump bar) is recommended, although a touch screen will work as well. In addition, this application will resize itself to any screen resolution, allowing the use of large monitors mounted out of reach but still easily readable. As a rule, one remote display takes the place of one remote printer.


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System requirements for each display PC:

  • PC running MS Windows XP, Vista (32- or 64-bit), 7 (32- or 64-bit), 8 (32- or 64-bit) or 8.1 (32- or 64-bit), 10 (32- or 64-bit) and 512MB Ram. Mini PCs with Atom processors or other low cost/small size alternatives are suitable.
  • Microsoft .Net 4.0
  • Programmable bump bar, keyboard or touch screen
  • Up to 3 monitors per PC capable of 800x600px screen resolution or greater (1024x768px or greater recommended)

The display can run in ticket mode or list mode. When running in ticket mode, up to 12 tickets can be viewed at one time. In list mode, each menu item is displayed on a single line; useful for drive through environments.

 

Remote Video Display color options (running in ticket mode)

 

An item summary can be displayed at the left or right, single or double height, to provide a list of all items (less optionals).

 

 

Remote Video Display item summary

 

The display can be used for any or all order types so that prep stations display all order types and drive through and bagging stations display selected order types.

 

 

Remote Video Display main settings

 

 

Every screen text area color is customizable, including warning and late order alerts. Audible alerts are also available.

 

 

Remote Video Display appearance settings

 

 

A printer (impact or thermal) can be used in conjunction with each remote display to provide a prep ticket for takeout, drive through or fast food orders.

 

 

Remote Video Display advanced settings