cVEND PIN terminals are highly integrated and powerful payment terminals that combine a high-resolution color display, a contactless reader and PIN entry in a compact housing. As a special feature, it offers a vandal-proof stainless steel PIN pad in full size with haptic feedback for secure, barrier-free PIN entry.
Six additional buttons allow convenient confirmations and corrections while enabling the the configuration of the terminal. In addition to LAN and several RS232 and USB interfaces, the terminal has a standard MDB connection for power supply and operation in vending machines.
The FEIG cVEND PIN is the first machine terminal to be approved for solo operation without a chip card or magnetic stripe reader. It supports the new “Tap & PIN” process for purely contactless payments over 50 euros.
An optional hybrid card reader for chip cards and magnetic strips is also available for all cVEND PIN models.
The Redsys variant is a ready-to-use solution that was developed specifically for the Spanish market. The connection to the secure payment gateway Redsys is made via the protocol Redsys Vending 5.0.7. In this case, the payment terminals only have an MDB cash register interface. VISA and Mastercard are accepted as payment methods.
NFC interface and stainless steel in one product
Clear user-interface for contactless payment
Small footprint, easy installation, simplified startup
Robust stainless steel keypad
Support for payment cards and closed-loop cards
Designed for stationary and vehicle applications
Multi-currencies and languages for cross-border applications
PCI PTS 5.x and EMVCo L1 certified
With and without Secure Hybrid Card Reader (SHCR)
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.