The DDM Hopt & Schuler 862-SP credit card terminal is the microchip assembly into which you insert the card. The company offers the full life cycle for its products from design phase to manufacturing phase. Here is a DDM Hopt & Schuler 862-SP credit card machine review.
DDM Hopt & Schuler 862-SP Company Overview
DDM stands for Designers, Developers and Manufacturers. Since the 1970s, this German firm has been building credit card readers, ticketing systems and miniature switches from conception to reality. This full life cycle of financial payment systems development gives Hopt & Schuler a distinctive edge. Here is the address for Hopt & Schuler:
DDM Hopt & Schuler GmbH & Co.
Königsberger Street Ste. 12
DDM Hopt & Schuler 862-SP Terminal Overview
The DDM Hopt & Schuler 862-SP credit card machine is where you insert your card. This is the microchip board and physical mechanism that is part of many automatic teller machines (ATM). This offline OEM SCR includes ICCR, MSR and SRED functionality. It complies with ISO and PCI standards.
Features & Benefits
The DDM Hopt & Schuler 862-SP credit card assembly has the microchip circuit board on top with the bottom bracket using springs to handle credit cards inserted into the front. This extra heavy-duty, metal-reinforced, spring-loaded hybrid card reader can read up to three tracks. Its dimensions are 11.8 x 6.3 x 2.9 centimeters (4.6 x 2.5 x 1.1 inches).
The vandalism-resistant design has an open card reader bottom that allows coins and other debris to fall away harmlessly. Either a serial interface (862-S) or USB interface (862-U) are available. There are up to 5 x Security Access Modules (SAM) available.
Users can add motorized or magnetic locks. The RFID reader is an option. Emergency Power Pull or Fail are also options.
The DDM Hopt & Schuler 862-SP credit card terminal has a very simple hollow design to it. The designers have included a number of features to make it resistant to vandalism. DDM Hopt & Schuler have created a solid credit card reader assembly.
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