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Aclas CRV3X (Type A) Device KRA TIMS ETR Portable Fiscal Cash Register， Customized to different fiscal legislation.
- Print speed up to 150mm/s, which is the first of portable ECR in the world.
- Super tiny, unique front paper-out design.
- Power saving, automating into sleep power saving mode when idles.
- Long battery life (work for 8H-15H or print 1500 receipts continuously), perfect for portable ECR.
- Support updating program or transferring data by network, U disk or GPRS without opening the machine cover. The performance can be kept pace with the times.
- Wonderful touch button experience.
Aclas CRV3X (Type A) Device KRA TIMS ETR Specifications
|Model Name||Model name||CRV3|
|Printer Head||Printer head||1*57mm thermal printer|
|Printer speed||max. 150mm/second|
|Power||Power supply||DC14V 2.5A|
|Rechargable battery||7.4V 3AH battery|
|Keyboard||Keyboard Type||silicon keys|
|Customer -Disaply||14 digits Alphanumeric LCD|
|Communication module||Inbuilt GRPS(Optional)，Inbuilt 4G(Optional)，
There are four types of registers available for registered persons to acquire, depending on the nature of their business and their needs:
- Type A – best suited for small businesses whose invoicing is still done manually. It is an ETR with an inbuilt functionality to generate, validate and transmit tax receipts to KRA;
- Type B – best suited for retail shops and outlets. The data is transmitted to KRA either from a centralized register that connects to several points of sale or from each individual point of sale that has its own fiscal printer;
- Type C – this is best suited for businesses that have an automated invoicing system and are currently using an Electronic Signature Device. The register connects to a software invoicing system in order to transmit data to KRA; and
- Type D – this is suitable for all types of business entities, as it can connect to any of the different types of invoicing systems.
- 31st July 2022 – deadline to comply with the regulations
- 30th June 2022 – deadline to apply to the Commissioner for an extension