The Wordline (previously SIX) payment terminal came with instructions. These will help you when setting up the terminal.
You can then connect the terminal to the cash register via the tablet.
To do so, open “Settings” on the tablet and click on the toggle button for the payment terminal. Once there, select 'Yomani’, depending on which terminal you want to connect to the cash register. If you do not have 'Yomani', then the selection is irrelevant.
In the next step, enter the terminal ID (TID) or the IP address of the terminal. In both cases the tablet and the terminal must be in the same LAN network.
Connection to the payment terminal has failed
If you are unable to connect your payment terminal to the tablet, check the following:
- Are the terminal and tablet in the same LAN network?
- Is the terminal ID (TID) or IP address correct?
If the connection is still not working properly, try the IP address instead of the TID, or vice versa.
If the connection is possible, but the payment process with card still does not work, please check whether the terminal is correctly connected to the Internet or whether there is a connection to a previous system.
These terminals can be connected
We are already working on the connection of additional terminals.
Here you will find a list of all currently possible compatible terminals:
Nets (previously CCV)
- CCV ITS S300 (Kabel)
- CCV ITS Q30 (Kabel)
- CCV Mobile S920 (Wifi)
- CCV Fly D200 --> can no longer be ordered
- Nets PAX A77 (Wifi)
- Nets PAX A920 (Wifi)
- SumUp Air payment terminal (only compatible with the Samsung tablet)
Wordline (previously SIX)
In order for the POS system to connect to the Wordline payment terminal, it must provide the TIM API as an interface.
- yomani XR PINPAD
- yomani XR COMPACT
- yomani touch XR PINPAD
- yomani touch XR COMPACT
- yoximo MOBILE PINPAD
- mprimes (e355 MOBILE PINPAD) --> can no longer be ordered
- Move 3500 MOBILE WIFI
- Lane 5000 PINPAD
Link/2500 Portable Pinpad