PoS PAX Integration

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    Allow credit card POS payments

    This module allows customers to pay for their orders with credit cards. The transactions are processed on the PAX Terminal (no credit credit card information through Odoo itself).

    Depending on Device and processor support, this integration can handle:

    • Magnetic swiped cards
    • EMV chip cards
    • Contactless (including Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay)

    Convenient and PCI-Compliant Payments in Odoo Point of Sale!

    Hibou’s PoS PAX Integration module falls under the Hibou Professional license + Terms and Conditions and is billed monthly, as a subscription ($5/month/PAX terminal).

    With Hibou’s semi-integrated PAX device solution for use with Odoo Point of Sale (PoS), you can easily process all forms of credit payment* with the processor of your choice! In addition to providing your customers with convenient payment methods, you’ll also be meeting PCI-compliance standards. An easy, secure way to manage all of your credit card payment needs in Odoo PoS!

    • Credit Card Swipe

    • Chip Credit Card

    • Contactless Credit Card

    • Other Contactless Payment Methods (Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay)

    *Note that these are dependent upon your payment processor’s supported payment methods and the capabilities of your chosen PAX device (currently must use a device with an ethernet/LAN communication method).
     
     

    Hibou’s PAX integration is fully compatible with the following versions of Odoo Point of Sale:

    • Odoo 11

    • Odoo 12

    • Odoo 13

    • Odoo 14

    So how do you get started with Hibou’s PAX integration for Point of Sale? In addition to needing the Hibou PAX module ($5/month/terminal), you will need the terminals themselves!

    • Contact your processor to request:

      • Debit encryption keys (the devices must be physically encrypted with these keys at the time of purchase)

      • VAR sheets with a TID for each device

        • In plain English, this means that you will need to provide your processor with the merchant ID and number of terminals you will need (per location/account). They will send you a sheet that shows the MID (Merchant ID) with a list of TIDs (one TID for each terminal you will be using with this merchant ID).

    • Reach out to Hibou to provide the above information, at which point we will send a quote for the terminals, file builds (one per terminal), and the time estimate to load the files and test each device before shipping it to your location

    Device Setup

    You must configure your device with either HTTP or HTTPS ECR mode and be able to reach it on its IP address. This assumes the PAX device is already configured for your processor.

     
     

    Device Setup, Step-by-Step

    • To Enter Menu:

      • Hold the blue F key down and press 1 

      • Enter the Default password in MMDDYYY format.

    • To Change Password:

      • Tap 2. Merchant Settings, then 2. Security Settings, and enter Current Password.

      • Tap 1. User Password

      • Tap 1. Yes, to confirm change password selection.

        • Note: If the device has an existing password, it will request the old one before continuing.

      • Key in desired Password and press   Enter. It will prompt the user to re-enter to confirm, press  Enter again.

      • If finished, return to main menu using the Back button.

    • To Change or Verify Communication:

      • Page down the main menu once using the  Down key on the screen. Tap 2. Communication and enter Password.

      • In the Communication Options menu, tap 1. Main Communication.

      • In the Main Communication menu, tap 1. LAN. The User will be redirected to the Main Communication menu.

      • In the Main Communication menu, tap  Down twice, and tap 1. LAN Parameters

        • To See or Set IP Address: In the LAN Parameters menu, tap 2. IP Address

          • Note: "010.003.014.119" is really "10.3.14.119".  Your IP address will be different, and unique to each device.

        • Tap the  Back icon to return to LAN Parameters menu.

        • Tap the Back button to return to the Communication Options menu.

        • To See or Set the Port: Tap   Down twice and select 2. ECR Comm. Type.

          • Tap 4. Ethernet. This will display the related Port (The default 10009 is Ok).

        • To Set Protocol: Press the  Enter button, and tap 4. HTTPS Get.

        • The user will be redirected to the Communication Options menu.

    • Exit Menu

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