Hypercom ICE 5700 Terminal
Hypercom ICE 5700
Fast, interactive, Web-enabled terminal with check reader
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ICE 5700 Features:
Get electronic check reading and processing in one easy-to-use, space-saving terminal:
Adds check authorization to POS terminal
Uses less counterspace, has fewer cables to manage
Increases accuracy with motorized check reader, does not accept altered characters
Reads various check formats and is software reconfigurable
Delivers Web-based and e-commerce information via ePOS-infocommerce®
Easy to Use
The Hypercom® ICE™ 5700 combines check reading and processing into one easy-to-use, space-saving POS terminal. It magnetically reads the MICR line at the bottom of checks which increases the speed and accuracy of transactions.
Supports Multiple Check Processors
The ICE 5700 supports dial-up to multiple check processors to verify checks against negative files or check guarantees using positive on-line authorizations. Check truncation can also be supported as an option, converting expensive paper-based processes into cost-saving electronic transactions. The ICE 5700 has a very high success rate of reading checks, even if they are damaged.
Full-Function, Web-Enabled Terminal
As a full-function, Web-enabled ICE terminal, the 5700 delivers all the capabilities of the ICE 5500. It is based on Hypercom's advanced ePOS-infocommerce architecture and provides simultaneous card reader support for smart cards and magnetic stripe cards, electronic signature and receipt capture (ERC), virtual store hosting, e-mail, electronic bank statements, touch-screen graphic display, onscreen advertising, electronic couponing and loyalty programs. The 9600 bps Hypercom FastPOS® modem has the fastest dial-up capability in the industry which significantly lowers transaction costs and the fast, removable thermal printer with optional paper cutter reduces paper jams.
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