The versatile Ingenico iCT250 terminal accepts virtually all card types, including traditional magnetic stripe cards, EMV, and NFC/contactless. The terminal can accept Apple Pay transactions if the merchant’s credit card processor offers Apple Pay support. NFC technology allows customers to use stored credit cards and the ability to Tap & Pay.
Merchants can process payments, print receipts, and run reports directly from the terminal. Additionally, automatic remote software updates are available, keeping the terminal up to date with minimal effort from the merchant.
The Ingenico iCT250 is a dual/comm terminal, offering high-speed connection with the security of backup using traditional dialup connections. The iCT250 runs on the Ingenico Telium 2 operating system. The terminal also boasts one cable set up in order to minimize cord clutter in the payment area.
The iCT250 terminal is ergonomically designed for comfortable use, and can be personalized in several places, including the printer cover flap and top casing. Personalizing allows you to brand the terminal to match more seamlessly with your business.
The Ingenico iCT250 is sold for use in the United States and Canada.
The Ingenico iCT250 boasts multiple security features. The terminal meets PCI PTS V3.0 standards for security, and also supports international security standards, including DES, RSA, and more. The terminal is also EMV Level 1 certified.
The Ingenico iCT250 offers a range of features, including a full color display, built-in printer, and multiple connection options. The terminal also offers the ability to accept tips and start tabs, ideal for restaurants and bars.
Connectivity and Communication
The iCT250 offers several choices for connection and communication. The terminal can use either a high-speed Ethernet connection, or a traditional dial-up modem. 3G connectivity is optionally available.
For connecting to existing equipment, such as point-of-sale solutions, the iCT250 can use either a serial port or USB.
The Ingenico iCT250 features a 2.7” color 320 x 240 pixel anti-glare screen with a screensaver for long life.
The Ingenico iCT250 has 15 large backlit operational keys, and 4 navigation keys. An optional number pad privacy shield is available for merchants who want to shield the keypad from anyone but the user.
The iCT250 is a convenient and lightweight terminal at 7.28” L x 3.26” W x 2.48” H and 11.46 ounces. (Weight is for terminal only and does not include receipt paper or cables.)
The Ingenico iCT250 is available with either 16MB or 32MB of RAM and 128MB of flash memory. An optional SD card can also be used for additional storage.
For easy receipt printing, the iCT250 includes an integrated thermal printer that prints customer receipts at 18 lines per second.
The Ingenico iCT250 supports two Ingenico plug-in PIN pads: the iPP320 for contactless and EMV chip card transactions, and the iPP220 for basic PIN debit.
|Product Category||Credit Card Machines|
|Features||Dial-Up, Dual/Comm, Wifi, Contactless, EMV/ Smartcard, Built in Contactless Reader, NFC Capable, Internal PIN Pad, Multiple merchant support, Multi application support|
Ingenico iCT250 Q&A
This device can work in those situations. To fully secure the transactions, you would need to have the device enabled with a p2p encryption technology in order to limit the opportunity for card data to be stolen through your network or terminal transmissions. Our encryption system is call Voltage.
Paper size is the same width as the old paper, but the diameter needs to be smaller. 2 1/4" x 50'
The ICT250 terminal uses thermal paper that is 2.25" wide and up to 70' long.
Yes, this terminal has ability to process through a phone line and also can "store and forward" transactions on the terminal.
Yes you can processing in Store and Forward mode which allows you to process transactions offline. Also if you havea analog phone line you can use that if your intenet goes down.
It is possible for sales to be make when the internet is down if your merchant account provider supports "Store and Forward" transactions on the ICT250. You would have to reach out to your current merchant acccount provider to determine their compatibility.
Our programming allows for customers to add a tip at the time of the processing transaction for the iCT250.
Within a matter of 1-2 seconds on the long end.
The Ingenico ICT250 credit card terminal is a dual mode terminal which means it is able to be connected to an analog phone line or a high speed internet connection. The method in which it is hooked up greatly affects the speed at which transactions process.
Utilizing an anolog phone line, transactions typically take 7-10 seconds to process.
Utilizing a high speed internet connection, transaction typically take 1-4 seconds to process.
If connected to internet in about 2 seconds and dial about 6 seconds.
Review posted: 01/21/17
Fast, accepts multiple payment types, offers a store-and-forward option.. solid choice!