RMS support Credit Authorization Terminal OPOS


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Steve Fung

In the OPOS Standard Document (http://www.monroecs.com/opos.htm), only CAT -
Credit Authorization Terminal is suitable for our POS Terminal. And CAT is a
Standard Device of the OPOS Standard, so RMS v1.x can support this Device?

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Jeff

Steve,

The only OPOS hardware devices approved by RMS/MSPOS are a serial connected magnetic stripe reader, the Verifone 1000SE and the Ingenico i3010 for debit cards using the built-in RMS credit card routines.

TPI Software (www.tpisoft.com) has other routines that allow for other devices using different credit card processors.

Other devices are scheduled to be natively supported in Jan 07 with RMS version 2.0. None have been defined yet.



In the OPOS Standard Document (http://www.monroecs.com/opos.htm), only CAT -
Credit Authorization Terminal is suitable for our POS Terminal. And CAT is a
Standard Device of the OPOS Standard, so RMS v1.x can support this Device?

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