Ingenico IPP350 pin pad installation with swap out of magnetic stripe reader

1. Open QuickBooks Point of Sale and log into the company file with the “SYSADMIN” user if you require employees to sign into QuickBooks Point of Sale.
2. Click on the File menu and then click on “Hardware Setup Wizard”.

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3. In the left hand window pane, click “Card Reader (MSR).
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4. In the main window pane, click the drop down box and then scroll up until you see “None”. Click on “None”.

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5. Click on the button named “Leave”.

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6. Close QuickBooks Point of Sale.
7. Unplug the magnetic stripe reader (MSR) from the USB port on the workstation that it is plugged into.
8. Unpack the Ingenico IPP350 pin pad terminal and connect the interface cable to the back of the unit.
9. Plug the USB cable for the Ingenico IPP350 pin pad terminal into the USB port on the workstation that the magnetic stripe reader (MSR) was plugged into.
10. Windows will install the necessary driver for the Ingenico IPP350 pin pad terminal.
11. Check the display on the Ingenico IPP350 pin pad terminal and make sure that it shows “This Lane Closed”.
12. Open QuickBooks Point of Sale.
13. Click on the File menu and then click on “Hardware Setup Wizard”.

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14. In the left hand window pane, click “PIN Pad Device”.
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15. In the main window pane, click the drop down box and then click on the listing named “Ingenico Telium IPP3xx Series PIN pad (USB)”.

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16. Click on the button named “Test the PIN Pad”.
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17. Click the button named “Begin Test”.

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18. Follow the instructions provided in step #2 to test the functionality of the pin pad terminal with the QuickBooks Point of Sale software.
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19. After completing step #2, the screen for the pin pad terminal will return to showing “This Lane Closed” and the screen in QuickBooks Point of Sale will show the test status as “PIN Pad test successful!”.

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20. Click on the button named “Close”.

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21. If you will now be processing debit cards through Intuit Merchant Services, you will need to enable the option in the company preferences to start processing debit cards.

22. Click on the File menu, click on ”Preferences” and then click on “Company”.

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23. In the left hand window pane, click on “Receipt Tendering” under “Sales”.

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24. In the middle window, go to the “Payment Methods” section and place a checkmark in the box named “Debit / ATM Card”.
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25. Click the button named “Save” to save the changes to the application.

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