TranSafe supports numerous card terminal devices for EMV, magnetic stripe, and contactless payments.
Select a device below to see device details or to download firmware and configuration files.
Card terminals must be loaded with the correct version of the required firmware and appropriate encryption keys.
The merchant's acquirer or processor help desk must specify the Key ID for the PIN key a merchant should use, and can identify which key injection services are able to provide that key.
The TranSafe data encryption system is supported only on Ingenico devices. Other encryption systems such as Voltage and Ingenico On-Guard are also supported on some platforms; please contact the TranSafe Sales department for assistance.
The TranSafe data encryption key must be loaded in Slot 4. The key must be injected as a DEK key, not E2EE.
TranSafe data encryption keys are available from the following key injection service providers:
|Key Injection Service||Live Transaction Key||Test Transaction Key|
|JRs POS Depot||2000C2105A||20004161A6|
|The Phoenix Group||200043255E||20000DD3C4|
|ID Tech||2000F1EE83 (part no. IDT-KEYINJ-298)||2000AE078B (part no. IDT-KEYINJ-D23)|
|Equinox||20006BB47F (part no. 930294-015E)||2000139051 (part no. 930294-014E)|
The key injection service must activate data encryption and load the Monetra/CardShield "security file," which is provided by Ingenico and included with the RBA firmware distributions. The name of the Monetra/CardShield security file is specific to the version of RBA, and depending on the RBA release might be named with the RBA version embedded such as MON1602.PGZ instead of MONETRA.PGZ.
Please contact the TranSafe Support department if you require assistance with card terminal configuration.