The Eastern Communications Company Limited (Eastcom) EC2003 credit card terminal can be inserted into wall displays outside a bank. This option increases the efficiency of the financial institution by allowing employees to focus on other activities. Here is a Eastcom EC2003 credit machine review.
Eastern Communications Company Limited (Eastcom) Company Overview
“Made in China” is becoming more common and will be prominently displayed on the Eastcom EC2003 credit card terminal. The Eastern Communications Company Limited has a small line of financial transaction products and services. There are more than 3,000 Eastcom employees and the company operates in around 20 countries. Here is the Eastcom headquarters:
Eastern Communications Company Limited
No.66 Eastcom Road
Binjiang District Hangzhou
Peoples Republic of China
Eastcom EC2003 Terminal Overview
The Eastern Communications Company Limited (Eastcom) EC2003 credit card terminal has the most famiilar features to be expected in an ATM: large display, card reader, receipt printer and note dispenser. This self-service, customer-facing online or offline OEM EPP Physical Keypad credit card terminal uses PIN Entry. The EC2003 (or POTEVIO8100) has Fixed and MK/SK Key Management. It adheres to EMV and PCI standards.
Features & Benefits
Eastern Communications Company Limited’s EC2003 credit card terminal has a familiar ATM layout. The EC2003 console dimensions are 69 x 130.4 x 181.5 centimeters (27.2 x 51.3 x 71.5 inches). The fairly compact size allows for users to complete transactions in relative privacy. A privacy shield is optional.
There is a space for branding available on top of the EC2003 terminal. The 15-inch TFT LCD VGA (1024 x 768 pixel) display screen is protected by glass. There are 4 x buttons on either side of the display screen.
The EC2003 cash dispensing system uses 2 x cassettes standard with a maximum of 4 x cassettes possible. There are 3,000 notes per cassette. The money notes are dispensed underneath the display screen.
The receipt printer slot is on the upper-right side of the console. The patron inserts his card into a slot in the middle right. The EC2003 keyboard is standard EPP with the option of a touchscreen available.
The EC2003 credit card terminal runs on 2 GB RAM running Windows XP. Its communications is via 10 x RS232 or 6 x USB ports.
The Eastcom EC2003 credit card terminal is easy-to-use. Its compact size fits in nicely.
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