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A PIN pad or PIN entry device (PED) is an electronic device used in a debit, credit or smart card-based transaction to accept and encrypt the cardholder's personal identification number (PIN).
PIN pads are normally used with payment terminals, automated teller machines or integrated point of sale devices in which an electronic cash register is responsible for taking the sale amount and initiating/handling the transaction.
The PIN pad is required to read the card and allow the PIN to be securely entered and encrypted before it is sent to the bank.
In some cases, with chip cards, the PIN is only transferred from the PIN pad to card and it is verified by the chip card.
In this case the PIN does not need to be sent to the bank or card scheme for verification.
Like some stand-alone point of sale devices, PIN pads are equipped with hardware and software security features to ensure that the encryption keys and the PIN are erased if someone tries to tamper with the device.
The PIN is encrypted immediately on entry and an encrypted PIN block is created. This encrypted PIN block is erased as soon as it has been sent from the PIN pad to the attached point of sale device and/or the chip card.
PINs are encrypted using a variety of encryption schemes, the most common in 2010 being triple DES.
PIN pads must be approved to the standards required by the payment card industry to ensure that they provide adequate security at the point of PIN entry and for the PIN encryption process.
ISO 9564 is the international standard for PIN management and security, and specifies some required and recommended characteristics of PIN entry devices.
Although PIN pads nominally allow entry of numeric values, some PIN pads also have letters assigned to most of the digits, to allow use of alphabetic characters or a words as a mnemonic for the numeric PIN.
Not all PIN pads necessarily have the same letters for the same numbers.
ISO 9564 does not mandate any particular assignment of letters, and includes two examples that differ in the digits to which Q and Z are assigned.
The equipment required for the supermarket cash register is as follows:
1. Cash register
The cash registers on the market are divided into two types: single screen and double screen. The difference between the two can be imagined from the name. The former has one screen, while the latter has two screens. Consumers with screen cash registers can see their bills through another screen when they check out.
Printers are divided into Bluetooth and WiFi wireless in terms of connection methods. The difference between the two is that the networking methods are different. The former does not need a network, while the latter can only be used normally in a network environment. It depends on whether the supermarket is equipped with WiFi. .
3. Code scanning gun and code scanner
These two devices are used to scan the payment code of the consumer for checkout. The difference between the two is that the code scanner requires the cashier to actively scan the QR code of the consumer for checkout, while the latter requires the consumer to show The QR code takes the initiative to go to the scanner to scan the code to pay.
4. Cash box
The main purpose of the cash box is to hold change. There are many compartments in the middle. You can put cash and change of different denominations into the cash box. When the customer chooses to use cash to pay, the cash box will automatically open and cashier The staff can store the received cash in the cash box, and if there is a need for change, the change can be made from the bottom money.