How to show item price & total amount only windows on external monitor screen for customers.

Hello. I want to show(create a window) item name, price, total only on external monitor screen for customers. I tried search about it from fourm, but I couldn't find it. Please help me for figure out.


Glad to see you here in the Community, relationlife.

I can help you with setting up an external monitor screen for customers to see item price and total amounts.

You may use a pole display. This will show your customers transaction information, including specific items being rung up or the total due. Here's the list of hardware that is compatible with POS:

  • Logic Controls LD9900 PUSB Powered USB
  • Logic Controls LD 9000 Serial
  • Logic Controls LD 9000U USB
  • Logic Controls PD 3000 Serial
  • Partner Tech CD7220 Serial

See this Point of Sale Compatible hardware article for more information about this. Then, check this article on how to Install compatible hardware drivers for Point of Sale.

That should get you going. Let me know if you have follow-up questions about pole display. I'm always here to assist. Have a great rest of the day. 

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