The PAX IM30 self service / unattended terminal is based on Android (PayDroid) OS which allows any ISV to run their own apps an the device.
The payment application from Hips can be run as a stand alone app if the ISV does not have a host app that interact with the cardholder before the payment occurs. In this case a general welcome image is displayed on the terminal until a MDB or API call is made to the app to start the payment session.
In the case the ISV have their own base app on the terminal; Hips payment application is running in the background, and will only go to foreground is a payment request API call is made.
The Swagger for integration with Hips payment application can be found here:
Development / Test
If you want to add a development / test terminal to your account you need to email [email protected] with your Hips merchant ID, the terminal serial number and make sure your terminal is connected to internet. After we receive the request we will push the payment application to the terminal.
The below services is to integrate your application with the device peripherals (printer, camera etc) to integrate with the payment application, please go here: Positive Integration
This is an application managing the devices in PAX products based on PayDroid system, including the printer, the card reader, the contactless card reader, etc., and it acts as a service.
If you want to develop a related payment application for our smart payment terminals, please install this application into the terminal first (this app may also be installed before shipping) and call the NeptuneLiteApi or NeptuneDiamondApi.
Use this SDK to access MDB, cameras etc. NeptuneLiteApi provides the APIs of the NeptuneService. Currently it contains only one module named DAL (Device Adapter Layer).
DAL provides uniform APIs of the device operation, and thus hides the differences among terminals.
For PAX devices
This demo shows how to use the NeptuneLiteApi and enables developers to view different results by setting different parameters.
Updated over 1 year ago