The cVEND box and box+ models are payment terminals in an extremely robust housing for the standardized EVA section of the European Vending Association. This cutout is not only standard in vending machines but is also used in other areas such as parking machines or charging stations. Prepared machines can be inserted into the cut-out and fastened simply by removing the cover. The box + variant also has an integrated graphics-capable OLED display. For models without their own display, FEIG terminals transmit their display messages to the vending machine's screen using the standardized MDB or ZVT protocol.
|The cVEND box is member of the unattended cVEND contactless payment terminal family is used successfully thousands of times in various applications around the globe and is fully EMVCo and PCI PTS approved.|
|The robust housing with EVA CVS compliant dimensions enables easy installation in multiple indoor and outdoor applications.|
|cVEND box is electrically and mechanically suitable for various unattended contactless only applications like Vending, Parking, EV-Charging and Transit.|
|It complies with MDB Vending standard as well as with transit specifications of global card brands and railway and automotive standards.|
|It supports open-loop contactless payment cards and mobile wallets from international and domestic payment card brands as well as closed-loop cards like mifare, ITSO, VDV-KA, calypso with the same priority.|
cVEND is VISA ready for Transit listed
|The step-by-step upgrade concept enables migration from closed-loop to open-loop. Level 2 kernel packages can be upgraded later in field.|
|Its innovative security concepts with Crypto Plug-Ins supports symmetric and asymmetric encryption, key-derivation and remote key loading and makes cVEND capable for PCI P2PE solutions.|
|The low power standby mode makes it suitable for battery powered application.|
FEIG ELECTRONIC has been a development partner and specialist in contactless identification (RFID), control electronics, traffic sensors and payment terminals for more than 50 years. From our headquarters in Weilburg, Germany, the ca. 400 people who work for us contribute to technological progress by developing innovative solutions for a wide range of applications and industries.