Reliability and security are particularly important for operators. The cVEND terminal family specializes in Tap & Go payment and is designed for contactless girocards, for example. They can be flexibly adapted to the requirements in different markets and thus guarantee optimal handling.


No matter what application you are planning

cVEND from FEIG offers you the right terminal for you

Fairground Rides / Kiddie Rides

Rides often only have a simple machine control with a coin validator and no connection option for a cashless payment system. FEIG cVEND terminals, however, offer the possibility to emulate such a coin validator and can be connected alternatively or additionally to every ride with an input. The compact design of the cVEND Modular Kit and its various housing options also allow surface mounting close to the customer.

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Ski Lift Systems

For ski lifts, FEIG cVEND terminals offer some special functions that allow them to be seamlessly integrated into existing lift systems. The cVEND accepts both the existing contactless ski passes, but also offers the possibility for customers to buy a ticket directly at the barrier. With an optional relay output, the cVEND can also open the barrier directly if required. Thanks to a robust and sealed housing and an extended temperature range, it can be easily installed in all winter sports areas and can also be retrofitted directly on site.

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Other segments

Additional Data to Acquirer / PSP (BMP43 / BMP60)

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.


Fixed price system with relay connection

There are many millions of machines on the market that either do not have a connection for a cashless payment system or only support a mechanical coin validator that emits an electrical boost after a coin has been thrown out. For these applications, FEIG Payment Terminals have an integrated fixed price system with a relay output. A fixed price and the switching duration of the relay are set in the payment terminal. In this mode, the terminal is always ready to pay and after holding the card and successful authorization, the relay closes for the set time. Alternatively, the Impluse can be emulated with common coin validators. Thanks to this innovative function, all key-based machines can be equipped with a modern payment system in a simple, uncomplicated and on-site manner.


Differences between the variants flex / TOPP/DE / Redsys / NMI

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.

"Made in Germany" Quality

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.

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