Integrated Payment Devices

RepairQ supports the following devices for payment processing:

  • PAX S300 - This device has the ability to read EMV chip cards, NFC, magnetic strips, and it has a keypad for keyed entry. It is both EMV and P2PE enabled. This device must be connected to the internet, and your point of sale terminal must be able to connect to it over your local network. You must connect it with an ethernet cable to your network.
  • PAX D210 - This device has the ability to read EMV chip cards, NFC, magnetic strips, and it has a keypad for keyed entry. It is both EMV and P2PE enabled. This device must be connected to your 2.4 GHz WiFi network, and your point of sale terminal must be connected to your local network. We recommend a wired connection to your modem/router without a network switch.
  • PAX A80 - This device has the ability to read EMV chip cards, NFC, magnetic strips, and it has a touch screen for keyed entry. It is both EMV and P2PE enabled. This device must be connected to your 2.4 GHz WiFi network, and your point of sale terminal must be connected to your local network. We recommend a wired connection to your modem/router without a network switch.
  • IDTECH SREDKey - This device has the ability to read magnetic strips, and it has a keypad for keyed entry. It is P2PE enabled. This device connects to your point of sale terminal via a USB port.
  • IDTECH M130 - This device has the ability to read magnetic strips, and it has a keypad for keyed entry. It is P2PE enabled. This device connects to your point of sale terminal with via a USB port.
  • Square Terminal (A-SKU-0584) - This device has the ability to read EMV chip cards, NFC, magnetic strips, and it has a touch screen for keyed entry. It is both EMV and P2PE enabled. This device must be connected to your 2.4 GHz WiFi network, and your point of sale terminal mst be connected to your local network. We recommend a wired connection to your modem/router without a network switch.

IMPORTANT: For payment processing with Bluefin or Heartland, you must order and receive your payment terminals directly from our partner. Each device is injected with a key at their provisioning facility and arrives at your location with tamper seals in place to protect you from insecure or tampered devices.

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