Get answers to the most frequently asked questions on all PAX solutions here.
This would depend on a third-party POS application in or connected to the device. PAX payment applications do not email receipts.
Yes, we have applications that support gift cards. Ask your reseller for details.
You can process Debit or EBT on an encrypted terminal. FSA, HSA, or eWIC payments can only be processed if the terminal is attached to a POS that can send the authorization information for those types of payments. An E Series device with an application that supports FSC, HSE or eWIC would be able to process these payments directly.
All current PAX devices can accept contactless card and device payments, like Apple Pay, Google Wallet, Samsung Pay, etc. It must be configured in the terminal and with the payment host.
Sales tax would need to be calculated separately on a Point-of-Sale. The Point-of-Sale would calculate tax and include it in the total sent to the payment application. Some applications support having a prompt for tax in the transaction. It will print the tax amount on the receipt and the total tax collected on the batch report.
All PAX terminals can process tips, either entered at the time of sale or adjusted after the sale. Please ask your reseller for details.
Point to Point Encryption is available for processors that require it.
One option would be an A920. This device can be used on Wireless or Wi-Fi, and also has a docking station that supports a wired LAN connection. Talk to your reseller for a device that fits our specific needs.