Flint launches unattended Chip and PIN terminal

Secure Retail has announced a new addition to its range of chip and PIN terminals enabling quick and cost-effective design of secure EMV compliant transaction technology in unattended POS applications including kiosks, vending machines, ticketing machines, petrol pumps and car parking.

The Dione Secura Integration Module from Secure Retail is incorporates their newly patented SecuraCell technology for heightened protection against card fraud. Its tamper resistant and tamper responsive enclosure is designed to meet the most stringent PIN security standards defined by Visa PED, ZKA, APACS PED Protection Profile 1.37 and Dutch Banks including ITA.

The Secura Integration Module offers maximum flexibility in layout and design by supporting both chip and magnetic stripe cards. The smart card interface is EMV 4.0 Level 1 approved with an illuminated and tamper responsive card slot to prevent the introduction of PIN-disclosing bugs or snooping devices into the machinery. The magnetic card reader interface allows the connection of an external magnetic read head for fallback if required.

The module's secure keypad provides 0-9, CNL, ENT with optional backlighting. The 132x64 resolution backlit screen gives clear instructions to the users. In line with DDA guidelines for the partially-sighted and hard-of-hearing, the '5', CNL and ENT keys have tactile identifiers and a beeper output is provided for audio feedback on key entry. The unit is also designed with high visual contrast between the keys and their mounting plate.

The standard unit comes with an RJ45 serial interface with TXD, RXD, CTS, RTS, DTR and DCD, and one reduced function RJ45 serial interface with TXD, RXD, CTS and RTS. A single power jack input (2.5mm) takes input voltages from 7.2 to 32vd.c. The module can be supplied as standard with both a magnetic stripe and chip reader built in, or with just a chip reader only.

The unit operates between -10 degrees C to +50 degrees C, and extended temperature is available upon request.

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