How To Set Up Bolt PIN Pads

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Prerequisites

Before setting up hardware devices, you must first set up ChargeLogic Payments and configure your CardConnect Gateway Account using the ChargeLogic Payments Setup Wizard.

Introduction

Setting up PIN pads for face-to-face payments using ChargeLogic Payments or ChargeLogic Retail Express just takes a few minutes per device. PIN pads allow you to accept EMV (chip) cards for added security and decreased liability in the event of fraud. PIN pads allow you to accept credit, debit, and gift cards, all through the same device.

What You Need

ChargeLogic Payments uses cloud-based technology to allow your Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central system to communicate with the PIN pad in your store or office. To set up a PIN pad, here’s what you need to purchase from ChargeLogic:

PIN Pad

This device allows your customer to swipe, tap, or insert to pay for purchases.

Cabling

Ethernet Cables

You will an Ethernet cable to connect the PIN pad to your network. Note that some PIN pad models include an Ethernet cable as part of the standard cabling.

Power Cables

The PIN pad requires power to operate, and it comes with its own power cable.

Jacks and Outlets

The PIN pad needs to be plugged in to a power outlet and an Ethernet jack. The Ethernet jack should be connected to a switch that has outbound access to the Internet.

Video Setup Guide

 

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