Danish-based Cryptera manufactures self-service payment systems for gas stations, gaming equipment, ATMs and parking garages. This firm has sold millions of its devices worldwide. Here is an overview of the Cryptera A/S INT6220-6011 credit card machine.
Diebold & Cryptera Company Overview
Since 1859, Diebold has been making physical safes. In the 1970s, it started on its road to become the #1 manufacturer of ATMs in the United States. With its 2014 acquisition of Cryptera, Diebold hopes to lower its costs and improve the efficiency and security of its ATMs.
Cyptera has a staff of about 80 employees who have been working since 1985 to create secure payment systems. Self-service panels and kiosks are the specialty of Cryptera. The Cryptera headquarters address is the following:
Phone: 45 43 43 43 95
Cryptera A/S INT6220-6011 Terminal Device
The Cryptotouch ETS INT6220-6011 is a black polymer touch screen device enabling the credit card automatic teller machine to respond to the customer’s input. This ATM part operates as a visual sensor – like your eyes – reading external stimuli to send messages back to the brain’s processing system. The ETS INT6220-6011 is compliant with PCI, 3DES, RSA, CE and ROHS.
Benefits & Features of Cryptera INT6220-6011
While ATMs are the primary usage, the ETS INT6220-6011 credit card terminal device can also be used for gaming, parking and ticketing financial transactions systems. This component enables the Encrypting PIN Pad (EPP) to read input from the touch screen display. It is made off a durable polymer for usage in a credit card machine indoors or outdoors.
This device can be used with screen sizes ranging from 10.4 inches (26.4 centimeters) to 24 inches (61.0 centimeters.) The INT6220-6011 device can be powered with a USB connection. The data key storage is 512 KB.
Cryptera has designed the Cryptotouch A/S INT6220-6011 credit card machine component to optimize the touch screen sensitivity and area size. The device prevents parallaxes by properly handling screen placement angles. The device can be used online or offline.
Besides developing its own credit card terminals, Cryptera has also developed the internal components that can be used on competitor terminals. This device is essential to the normal functioning of credit card processing systems. Cryptera’s Cryptotouch ETS INT6220-6011 is the sensor making self-payment systems function properly.
2015 CREDIT CARD PROCESSING COMPANIES