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Tills4Change features pole displays suitable for PC based till systems used for Retail and Hospitality. Please enquire if you require displays for Sam4s/Geller/Casio Cash Registers.

DigiPos WD-202

Online Price: P.O.A.  + Delivery (8.00) + VAT (Total Inc VAT and Delivery = P.O.A.)


Available in both black and white  


We are a fully authorised dealer for DigiPos pole displays.

The DigiPoS WD 202 customer display offers a price performance ratio that is unmatched in the market place.

  • Wide viewing angle.

  • 96 alphanumeric 13 international character sets including US, French, German, Spanish, etc.

  • 40 Characters (20 Columns x 2 Lines)

Available in black or white this 20 column, 2 line display shows a significant amount of data in easy to read characters measuring 9.8mm x 6mm. Standard features include Esc/ POS & CD5220 compatibility as well as pass through mode when connected to a host with limited connections.

Complete with interchangeable poles of varying sizes, the height can easily be adjusted as required.


Includes 12 months Return to Base (RTB) guarantee & 12 months telephone support. Price includes initial programming to customer supplied specification, before dispatch.

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