VeriFone VX610 Portable terminal
The Vx 610 is a portable powerhouse–a battery-powered payment device with exceptional performance and high-end functionality. It uses the latest wireless technologies—CDMA and GPRS–and has advanced security with PCI PED approval.
VeriFone’s PCI PED approved Vx 610 is a wireless solution that delivers blazing performance, high-end functionality, and exceptional ease of use–without tying customers to a fixed location. It brings the point of sale to the point of service. For example, merchants can instantly open an extra lane or support an outdoor market.
The Vx 610 is powered by a 32-bit processor, so it swiftly handles even the most complex mag-stripe or smart card transactions using a choice of the latest wireless technologies, such as GPRS and CDMA. And its modular design provides true investment protection, allowing modules to be easily swapped should new versions of a technology emerge.
Plus, the Vx 610 is based on the Verix-based architecture and that alone has many advantages. See Vx Solutions for more information.
The PCI PED standard applies to companies that make devices that accept PIN entry. Certified PED (PIN Entry Device) laboratories validate adherence to the PED standard, which has requirements for device characteristics and management. Merchants and service providers should ensure that they are using certified PED devices.
The EMV standards are a series of specifications and testing procedures for EMV chip payment cards and card accepting devices, such as point of sale (POS) terminals and ATMs. A primary goal of the EMV standards, and EMVCo as an organization, is to help facilitate the global interoperability and compatibility of chip-based payment cards and payment terminals.