The Diebold, Inc. EPP7 credit card machine is one of the latest products resulting from the merger between Diebold and Cryptera. As the global secure electronic payment system becomes more mature, these two brands have become well-positioned to provide solid credit card machines for the future. Here are the features of the Diebold EPP7 credit card terminal.
Diebold Company Overview: Innovation Delivered
Since 1859, Diebold has been building high-quality security systems for its customers. This Ohio-based company started out making iron safes, but has since advanced to electronic machines. Diebold is the #1 manufacturer of automatic teller machines (ATMs) in the United States.
On June 25, 2014, Diebold acquired Denmark-based Cryptera in order to expand its reach in the electronic secure payment field. Diebold’s capital funding combined with Cryptera’s intellectual expertise allows the firms to offer a credit card terminal that can best fit their clients’ needs.
Overview of Diebold EPP7 Terminal
Diebold is committed to leading the industry in developing the best credit card terminal in the market. This mature company has a program called 411 that includes the development of the EPP7 credit card machine. The goal is to comply with all of the latest credit card processing advancements. The Diebold, Inc. EPP7 credit card machine satisfies Payment Card Industry (PCI) 2010 standards.
Features & Benefits
This Diebold 7 encrypting PIN pad (EPP) is basically the outer plate that customers use to type in their credit card information. The Diebold Cryptera EPP7 HW:INT1316-5700 was manufactured in Denmark and uses the USA identification number of USA1316-5743 R1B. The EPP7 has remote key loading too.
The EPP7 credit card terminal uses a familiar graphical user interface (GUI). It looks just like a simple telephone with a key pad display ranging from 0 to 9 and A to Z. The “Enter” key is green. The “Clear” key is yellow. The “Cancel” key is red. Each of these named keys has a different physical upraised symbol on it for the blind. There are also a few blank keys that can be programmed. The credit card machine back has an input\output (I\O) slot for a cord and screws for attachment.
Diebold Cryptera is creating the credit card parts for the future of financial transactions. The Diebold, Inc. EPP7 credit card terminal is a solid front piece. It is easy-to-use and complies with PCI standards.
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