RFID Cashless Payments

Product Description

Application scenarios: restaurants, visitor centers, office buildings, supemarket, hospitals, schools, goverment, ect.

Support Windows / Android / Linux and other systems. Compatible with any software and run smoothly.

Installation method: wall-mounted / standing / Moving stand with wheel


l Increase sales while decrease wait time

l Provide prompt checkout process

l Enhance customer experience

l Digitalize transactions

Software advantages:

Customize any self-service software and platform, with a powerful 20-person + IT teams.


l Modular internal structure, convenient for later maintenance

l 100% A+ original panel, IPS level, 10-point touch screen,  innovative panel design structure.

l Receipt printer: 58mm /80mm

l Scanner: Quick scan, support QR code or barcode

l Camera: 8 million pixels, optional.

l Physical steel Mohs 7 explosion-proof glass display

l Support booting logo,printing logo.

l Support OEM service on hareware design

l Wifi / bluetooth /4G moduel is availavle.

l Suitable for any pos terminal

What Is a Contactless Card?

Contactless cards work a lot like mobile wallets. The transaction is completed by simply holding or tapping the card on a contactless-enabled card reader.

It’s up to 10 times faster than swiping, inserting or using cash. Plus, it keeps your info secure and your hands off the card reader.

Contactless credit and debit cards are nothing new in places like Europe, Australia and Canada. And over the past few years, the U.S. has also embraced the technology.

In fact, many of Capital One’s U.S.-issued credit cards and debit cards now feature this technology.

Before you step up to the register, learn more about how to tell whether your card is contactless and the benefits of going contactless.

How to Tell Whether Your Card Is Contactless
To check whether your Capital One card is contactless, just look for the contactless symbol on the back of your card. The contactless symbol is four curved lines that get bigger from left to right. You might notice that it looks similar to the Wi-Fi symbol.

A person holding a Capital One Mastercard showing the contactless symbol on the back.

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How Do Contactless Credit and Debit Cards Work?
Contactless cards use radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. This allows the card to communicate with the card reader when the card is held near the reader during a transaction.

Contactless cards also usually come with an EMV chip and the usual credit or debit card number, expiration date, security code and magnetic stripe. This gives cardholders a variety of options at the register. So if a store doesn’t have contactless readers, you can still swipe your card or use the chip reader.

When you hold your contactless card to the contactless reader, it securely authenticates your card information. Then the merchant’s point-of-sale system sends the transaction to the card issuer, like Capital One. The issuer then analyzes the transaction before approving it.

That might seem like a lot of steps. But the tap-and-go process usually takes less than a second, which is quicker than inserting or dipping a chip card—and way faster than using cash.

How to Use a Contactless Credit or Debit Card
Whether you’re using Visa® or Mastercard®, contactless payments work the same way. Here’s how to use a contactless credit card:

Look for the contactless symbol on the card reader. The four curved lines that appear on your card should also appear on contactless-enabled card readers.
When prompted, hold the card within one to two inches of the contactless symbol.
If your purchase is approved, you’ll receive confirmation—typically a beep, green light or check mark.
Once you know how to use contactless credit and debit cards, it takes just a few seconds to complete the payment process.

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Where Can I Use My Contactless Credit or Debit Card?

There are so many places you can use your contactless card. From grocery stores and fast-food restaurants to convenience stores and gas stations, thousands of merchants across the country now support contactless technology.

Check to see which merchants support contactless payments in your area with Mastercard’s handy contactless locator, and try tapping today to check out faster and more securely than ever.

And public transit in cities like Chicago, Miami, New York City and Portland lets riders pay fares using contactless cards too.

Contactless Card Security
Now you know more about how contactless cards work. But how safe are contactless cards?

Contactless cards are just as secure as chip cards at a chip-enabled register. And they’re even more secure than magnetic stripe payments.

Each contactless transaction creates a unique, one-time code or password. This helps reduce security risks since the code can’t be used again—and it can be read only by the card-processing network.


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Frequently Asked Questions About Contactless Cards

Still have questions about how contactless cards work? Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions:

How do I protect my contactless credit card? You can help protect your contactless card just like you would any other debit or credit card. There are many different kinds of credit card security features that can help you keep your money safer. And you can learn more about how to prevent identity theft to help keep all your information safer too.
How many times can you use a contactless card in a day? You can use your contactless credit card as often as you would any other debit or credit card. There isn’t a limit for how many times you can use a card because it’s contactless.
What happens if you lose your contactless card and someone uses it? You should report your card as lost as soon as possible. That goes for any card, no matter whether it’s contactless or not. The Fair Credit Billing Act says that your liability for fraudulent credit card charges tops out at $50. But that’s only if the fraudulent charges are investigated and verified. And for that to happen, you have to report them fi


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