FEIG offers fully certified cVEND payment terminals for all types of charging stations, which can be easily integrated or retrofitted in all types of charging stations.
For compact wall boxes and street light charger, FEIG has a highly integrated module with the cVEND plug that is the same size as the previous RFID reader and can be installed in the same installation space. As the most important function, in addition to common credit and debit cards, the German girocard and mobile payment, it also supports all existing charging cards (note: backend connection to the respective card system operator required), so that customers can either use their existing closed-loop cards or directly and without registration can pay with their debit / credit card.
AC charging stations can also be equipped with a cVEND plug; alternatively, the cVEND Modular Kit provides additional designs for partial integration or subsequent surface mounting. These do not need an opening and do not protrude into the charging columns and charging columns can easily be retrofitted on site.
The cVEND PIN is ideal for DC fast charger, which with PinPad, contactless interface and optional hybrid card reader really accepts all cards and for which there is also no contactless limit of 50 euros.
FEIG cVEND plug terminals are so compact and energy-saving that they can be integrated directly into the bike. This allows direct rental by holding a credit or debit card without prior registration. Thanks to the innovative functions of pre-authorization and partial cancellation, deposits can also be easily integrated, as well as precise billing based on time or km, for which the operator receives a payment guarantee in advance, although the final purchase price is only determined upon return. FEIG terminals are also prepared for applications with the new identity card, so that new customer registrations with name and address are also possible without contact on the bike.
A powerful token function allows easy recognicion of card and customer, so that complex billing variants such as monthly tickets or activation, e.g. with public transport cards, are possible.
For many machine branches (e.g. EV charging) there is a requirement to provide receipts. FEIG cVEND terminals are already prepared for various types of digital receipts, which means that convenience functions that are otherwise only possible via registration and an app can also be used with an open card system without registration. This function currently requires a cVEND terminal with a level 3 app and a connection to a network operator registered in Germany, since the ZVT Poseidon functions Bitmap 43 / Bitmap 60 are used to transmit the additional information.
On the encrypted connection between the payment terminal and the network operator / bank, in addition to the payments made using the technical standards BMP43 or BMP60, other data can also be transmitted on request. This can be, for example, customer information or links that are passed on to the buyer's account statement or telemetry / accounting data, e.g. which product was purchased. This not only supports telemetry applications, but also enables precise VAT accounting, for example in vending.
To help you find the right terminal for your application, we offer our cVEND payment terminals in different configurations.
The flex version is a developer version. It comes with a fully configured payment operating system. Two SDKs allow you to integrate individual closed-loop and open-loop applications as needed.
We also offer a range of ready-to-use terminals that can be integrated quickly and easily. The TOPP and DE variants have a German payment application and are ideal for terminals that will be used in Germany. With the Redsys variant, we have designed payment terminals specifically for the Spanish market. The NMI variant, on the other hand, enables integration in almost all European countries via the NMI Payment Gateway.
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.