Your customers can swipe or "dip" their credit card with the added protection afforded by the embedded chip.  You can Customize your tabPOS application for signature capture to not only streamline the transaction but also enhance the customer experience.


Select a solution for easy EMV set up:


download and register tablet POS

tablet POS

  1. Connect your PAX Terminal on the same network as your POS (Connect Ethernet cable to the same place the POS is getting internet from Router or Modem)
  2. Log into the Pax to retrieve the IP address assigned for the Pax 
  3. Press the Menu button then it will ask you for a password. The password by default is the current date entered in (mm/dd/yyyy) format. 
  4. Scroll until you reach "Communications", press Green button then it will ask you to enter password. The password by default is the current date entered in (mm/dd/yyyy) format. 
  5. Select LAN Parameters from the Communication Options. 
  6. Select IP Address. Once you get IP Address write it down, you will need it to configure the Pax to Tablet 
  7. Press the Red button to go back out of LAN Parameters 
  8. Next you go into ECR Comm. Type. 
  9. Select Ethernet. There you will get your Communication Port number. Once you get the Communication Port number write it down, you will need it to configure the Pax to Tablet. 
  10. Press the Green button to get to the Communication Protocol Page, Then select HTTP GET as Communication Protocol. 
  11. Once you set the Communication Protocol to HTTP GET and get the IP Address and Communication Port. You are now ready to configure it with the tablet. 

On the Tablet
  1. Log into tablet, open the left menu 
  2. Select Configuration 
  3. Select Hardware from the top menu 
  4. Select MSR from the options on the left 
  5. Under MSR Mode, select PAX 
  6. Enter the IP Address followed by colon and port (Ex: 192.168.1.139:10009) Do not enter lead zeros
  7. (changes will be saved automatically)
  8. Run Test Sale to see if able to take credit cards

NOTE
PAX Broadpos has to have option for HTTP GET Enabled before trying to configure PAX with POS



download and register desktop POS

desktop POS

  1. Connect your PAX Terminal on the same network as your POS (Connect Ethernet cable to the same place the POS is getting internet from Router or Modem)
  2. Log into the Pax to retrieve the IP address assigned for the Pax
  3. Press the Menu button then it will ask you for a password. The password by default is the current date entered in (mm/dd/yyyy) format.
  4. Scroll until you reach "Communications", press Green button then it will ask you to enter password. The password by default is the current date entered in (mm/dd/yyyy) format.
  5. Select LAN Parameters from the Communication Options.
  6. Select IP Address. Once you get IP Address write it down, you will need it to configure the Pax to the POS
  7. Press the Red button to go back out of LAN Parameters
  8. Next you go into ECR Comm. Type. 
  9. Select Ethernet. There you will get your Communication Port number. Once you get the Communication Port number write it down, you will need it to configure the Pax to the POS. 
  10. Press the Green button to get to the Communication Protocol Page, Then select HTTP GET as Communication Protocol. 
  11. Once you set the Communication Protocol to HTTP GET and get the IP Address and Communication Port. You are now ready to configure it with the POS

On the Windows POS
  1. Enter the IP address into the POS by going to Configuration>Settings>
  2. Select Payment gateway, select PAX 
  3. Enter the IP Address followed by colon and port (Ex: 192.168.1.139:10009) Do not enter lead zeros, Save
  4. Run Test Sale to see if able to take credit card. 
  5. If you run into a problem, contact your merchant processor for support and they can ping the IP address and provide further assistance