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Lead Story

IoT payments: fast, fraudproof, frictionless

Dale S. Laszig


Industry Update

News Briefs


Getting everyone on board with tokenization

Patti Murphy
ProScribes Inc.


Street SmartsSM:
The POS system buzz

Dee Karawadra
Impact PaySystem

Is the countertop terminal dead?

William C. Nichols

Differences between W-2 and 1099 for MLSs

Bill Pirtle
Author and Business Consultant

Checkout experience can make or break a business

Mia Farber
CitiXsys/iVend Retail

Keeping your sales training current

Nicholas Cucci
Fluid Pay LLC

Company Profile

Aurora Solutions

New Products

Sleek, adaptable POS for fixed and mobile settings

Luxe 6200m
Equinox Payments


Embracing VaaS


Letter from the editors

Readers Speak

Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

February 11, 2019  •  Issue 19:02:01

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New Products

Sleek, adaptable POS for fixed and mobile settings

Product: Luxe 6200m

Equinox Payments recently launched the Luxe 6200m, the newest addition to the company's Luxe product family. The modular device is designed to adapt to fixed and mobile settings and facilitate payments wherever they occur. Its flexible design enables the device to instantly conform to a range of industries, environments and use cases, Equinox representatives stated.

"The surface area of the Luxe 6200m is clean and elegant, whether it's on a counter, pedestal or flush-mounted," said Bohdan Myroniw, vice president, strategic alliances at Equinox. "You'll find the same flexibility under the cover, with multiple development options. Developers and ISVs can write their own apps, use third-party apps or use the Equinox Voyager app for retail, hospitality and cash-back environments."

Noting that the device is the size of an iPhone 6, Myroniw said store associates can carry the device to customers or use its cable and modules to integrate it with printers and POS systems.

Advanced security, communications

The Luxe 6200m is PCI PTS 5.0 certified, which means merchant acquirers, ISOs and ISVs can deploy the solution until 2026, Myroniw noted. Its advanced security architecture is EMV Level 1 and 2 certified and supports point-to-point encryption and remote key injection.

The base unit and multiport smart hub at the base of the cable provide a variety of secure connectivity options, including Bluetooth BLE, Wi-Fi, 4G LTE and broadband, or any combination of these communications protocols. Power is available in wired or battery-charged modules. The device supports magnetic-stripe, EMV and NFC contactless technology and has plenty of memory to run payment and value-add applications, Equinox representatives noted.

The company noted that the Luxe 6200m's operating system is consistent with the entire Luxe product family, enabling seamless integration of payments applications, third-party software, value-added services and POS systems. Engineered for security, seamless integration and ease-of-use, the Luxe OS supports a range of payment applications, third-party software and proprietary POS systems, including Linux, HTML 5 and Java Script, the company stated.

Modular design

The Luxe 6200m combines a smartphone-sized base with attachable power and printer modules. This combination of connectivity, power and printer options enables the product to easily adapt to dynamic retail and hospitality environments. By selectively incorporating modules, merchants can configure the product into a PIN pad, stand-alone terminal, integrated POS or wireless solution, according to their needs. Small and midsize merchants and major retailers can deploy the Luxe 6200m for fixed checkout, mobile POS, pay-at-the-table, line busting and field-level payments.

The commercial-grade Luxe 6200m was devised to meet the most demanding conditions while remaining aesthetically pleasing and easy to use, the company noted. To that end, it included the following components:

"The Luxe 6200m is beautiful and built to last, and we've seen it in C-Store counters where they catch impulse sales, ADA-compliant pedestal mounts where they're easily accessible, and high-end retail settings where they add a touch of elegance to the in-store experience," Myroniw said.

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