Open a browser and navigate to https://testflight.apple.com/join/kznpqbaD to install the Copper Connect app on an iOS device using TestFlight.

TestFlight is an online service owned by Apple that enables over-the-air installation and testing of mobile applications.

 Installing the Copper Cord

Step 1: Disconnect the existing printer cable from both the POS terminal and the printer.

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Step 2: Find the RJ-12 connector on the Copper Cord with the printer icon

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Step 3: Plug the RJ-12 connector with the printer icon into the DB-25 adapter

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Step 4: Plug the Copper Cord with the DB-25 adapter into the printer port.

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Step 5: Find the RJ-12 connector on the Copper Cord with the POS terminal icon

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Step 6: Plug the RJ-12 connector with the POS terminal icon into the POS terminal while holding down the button on the Copper Cord. This will put the Cord into Provisioning Mode and the button will blink white

Note: Once the Copper Cord is connected to the POS and printer, any time it is put in Provisioning Mode by holding down the button until the button starts blinking white it will print a receipt that includes Device name, Firmware version, and MAC address.

 Provisioning the Copper Cord to WiFi

Step 1: Open a browser and navigate to https://testflight.apple.com/join/kznpqbaD to install the Copper Connect app on an iOS device using TestFlight. TestFlight is an online service owned by Apple that enables over-the-air installation and testing of mobile applications.

Step 2: Once you have installed TestFlight and the Copper Connect app on an iOS device, please open the Copper Connect app and ensure Bluetooth is enabled on your iOS device.

Step 3: Make sure the Copper Cord is still in Provisioning Mode and blinking white. If it’s not still blinking white, hold down the button on the Copper Cord again until it begins flashing white and then release the button to put the Copper Cord back in Provisioning Mode.

Step 4: Select “Scan” in the Copper Connect app to locate the nearby Copper Cord(s) in Provisioning Mode. If there are multiple Copper Cords in Provisioning Mode and in range, each cord should be visible via the Connect app.

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Step 5: Enter the Network Name and Password for the merchant’s WiFi and select “Ok”

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Step 6: Once you enter the WiFi information and select “Ok”, the cord will attempt to connect to WiFi and you will see the following:

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  1. Blinking Blue: The Copper Cord is trying to connect to WiFi

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2. Blinking Green: The Copper Cord is trying to connect to Copper’s servers

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2. Solid Green: The Copper Cord is online. SUCCESS!

Step 7: Once the Copper Cord is online, it will print a Registration Receipt. Please email a picture of the Registration Receipt to support@usecopper.com and we will register the Copper Cord to our servers and complete the Setup process.