Chip Card Devices: How They Work
Processing chip cards is different from magnetic stripe cards. But learning how to do it is easy and doesn’t take very long.
Whether you’ll use a mobile device or a countertop terminal, we’ll walk you through the steps to get you up and running so you can get back to managing your business. Learn more about processing chip cards using these point-of-sale solutions:
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Not all equipment may apply to all environments. Please contact your representative to determine the best fit for your needs.
The Ingenico iCT250 and Verifone VX520 terminals have an ergonomic, hand-over design, taking up less space at your work station. Ideal for retail environments, they can be coupled with a PIN pad.
The Ingenico iWL220B and the Verifone VX680B terminals have a long-life battery and compact design, allowing you to process transactions wherever your customers are. Ideal for restaurant/pay-at-the-table environments, these terminals use Bluetooth® technology that ranges up to 300 ft.
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Converge, our omni-commerce payment solution, supports in-store payments using the Ingenico iSC250 signature-capture PIN pad which is currently EMV-capable and NFC-enabled. Customers can begin processing EMV chip card transactions later in the year after a software download.
talech, a simple and secure tablet solution, supports payments using the Ingenico iCMP device which is currently EMV and NFC enabled. New customers can begin processing EMV chip card transactions now and existing customers can process EMV transactions after updating their talech application.