Quick Start Guide iCT2xx
Quick Start Guide
Set up your base unit in a convenient location. Close to a
power source and telephone socket and/or Ethernet socket
Plug the power supply unit into an electrical socket and
plug this into the power socket on the ‘Magic Cable’
connector unit. Plug the telephone lead into the phone
socket and the IN socket on the ‘Magic Cable’ connector
If using an Ethernet connection, connect the Ethernet cable to the
ETH socket on the magic cable.
Once the mains power is connected your terminal will be powered on.
After a short initialisation process the main idle screen will be
displayed, the terminal is now ready to use.
The default Supervisor Password is 01483. Please note: The
terminal will require you to change this to a new password of your
choosing before you can process any transactions.
F1-F4 Keys: The function keys enable you to choose options on
screen and correspond to the labels displayed on the screen.
Menu Key: To enter the application menus press the Menu key from
the idle (READY) screen. Pressing the key again moves to the next
menu (if available).
Correction Keys: When entering numbers or letters, the yellow clear
key deletes one character at a time, while the red
cancel key deletes the entire line (this key also cancels transactions).
Confirmation Key: The green enter key is used to confirm anything
that has been typed into the terminal.
Paper Feed Key: To test the feeding of the paper through the printer
press and hold the clear key.
Customer cards must be inserted as shown, with the chip facing
upwards. Push the card fully into the slot below the keypad and follow
the instructions on screen.
If you see a BAD READ message, check the card orientation and try
again. After three bad reads the terminal will prompt you to swipe the
DO NOT remove the card until instructed to do so by the terminal.
From the idle screen, insert the customer’s card into the card reader.
Enter the sale amount for the transaction and press the green enter key.
For example enter £12.34 as 1234.
The customer must enter their PIN code.
Never ask the customer to divulge their PIN code.
After the customer has entered their PIN and pressed enter they will be
prompted to return the terminal to you.
The terminal will now connect to the acquirer for authorisation, if the
transaction is authorised then an AUTH CODE will be shown.
The terminal will print two receipts. The Merchant Copy will be printed first,
then once you press the enter key, the Customer Copy will be printed.
From the idle screen, press menu, then choose REFUND (F2). Enter the
Supervisor Password and enter. Now insert the customer’s card into the card
reader. Enter the refund amount for the transaction and press enter.
The terminal will now connect to the acquirer for authorisation, if the refund is
authorised then REFUND ACCEPTED will be shown.
The terminal will print the merchant copy which the customer must sign. Remove
the card.
Check the signature on the merchant copy with that on the card. If the signature
is valid then choose YES (F4), otherwise choose NO (F1).
The terminal will then print the customer copy.
From the idle screen, enter the sale amount for the transaction and press
the enter key. For example enter £12.34 as 1234. If you make a mistake,
press the clear key and re-enter the amount.
The cardholder should present their card against the contactless symbol
on the terminal display.
The terminal will now print the merchant receipt.
Note: If the customer requests a receipt this must be done before the
next transaction takes place. From the idle screen press the (F1) key to
print a customer receipt.
Where the cardholder has an NFC compatible phone which is contactless enabled, the
cardholder should present their phone against the contactless symbol on the terminal.
The key difference between a card and mobile phone contactless payment is the user must
present the phone to the reader and when prompted, enter a pass code on their phone.
Once the password is approved
the user must then present the
phone to the terminal again
(‘two tap’ operation).
To access the reports menu press the menu key twice, then REPORTS (F1)
Enter the supervisor password and press enter.
END OF DAY: One touch function that prints both the Z REPORT and the
BANKING report. This MUST be done at the end of each day that you trade.
BANKING: Indicates total value of transactions that have been processed
and shows that the totals have been confirmed by the Acquirer.
X REPORT: Shows the breakdown of transactions in different ways
enabling you to check off against individual receipts and the BANKING
Z REPORT: Exactly the same as the X REPORT, except the (!) indicates
that the Z REPORT resets the totals ready for the next days trade.
Hold the terminal securely in one hand. With the other hand, and by using two fingers, lift the
printer cover release as shown. Fully open the printer cover and remove the old roll of paper.
Unstick the end of the new roll, leaving the end free, hold the paper roll and carefully place into
the printer compartment.
Holding the free end of the paper and the terminal as shown, close the printer cover and push
firmly until it locks. While your terminal is displaying the idle screen, press and hold the clear
key to ensure that the paper feeds correctly.
REFERALS: If the terminal displays CALL AUTH CENTRE with a
telephone number, then you must refer the transaction and phone for
authorisation for that card.
PIN TRIES EXCEEDED: If the terminal displays this message then the
cards PIN has been locked by the cardholder. They must contact their
card issuer or use an ATM to unlock the PIN if they know the PIN.
DUPLICATES: To print a duplicate of the last transaction processed
press the MENU key three times, followed by DUPLICATE (F4).
For further information on the terminal functions provided in this Quick Start Guide please
refer to your Terminal User Guide on our website at:
Copyright © 2016 Ingenico (UK) Ltd.
This Quick Start Guide (DIV434768A) relates to terminal software APACS 4048 97.11.01
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the content of this document is accurate, Ingenico will not
accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury that may be incurred as a result of any errors or inaccuracies. The
product is varied to suit an acquirer’s individual requirements and as such some features may vary or be disabled.
This document should be accepted as a guide only to the use of the product.
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