e280

This is a mobile payment terminal with a touch screen.

Power and Charging

The e280 is supplied with the following:

  • An internal rechargeable battery
  • A USB-C charging and data cable

When the payment terminal is not connected to power, press the button on its right-hand edge to switch it on and off. To switch off, hold down the button for approx. 8 seconds.

The payment terminal automatically switches itself on when it is connected to power. When connected to power you cannot switch it off. To restart it press the button on its right-hand edge for approx. 8 seconds.

The e280 cannot operate reliably if the battery charge level is low. Once the charge level reaches 10 % percent the IPC application warns that battery levels are low. When you see this warning, you must charge the device.

Network Connection

The e280 connects to your network through Wi-Fi. The connection parameters are configured through the e280 Engineering Menu.

e280 Engineering menu

The following sections describe the steps you must do to to configure the e280. Access to the e280 Engineering Menu is necessary for some steps.

To enter the Engineering menu:

  1. From the ‘Verifone 7816’ welcome screen, touch the area around the time display at the top centre of the touchscreen for about 2 secs.

  2. You are prompted to enter the password SE915074 (the password is case sensitive).

E280 WiFi connection

To connect to the Wi-Fi:

  1. Enter the e280 Engineering menu.

  2. From the e280 Engineering menu, select the Connection Setup menu option.

  3. Select Network (CCP) option.

  4. Select the Wi-Fi option.

  5. Select the Configuration option.

  6. Select the Wi-Fi Scan option.

  7. Select your Wi-Fi network from network scan list.

  8. Select Add.

  9. A prompt appears - it asks you to enter the Pre-shared key. Enter the Wi-Fi password and Press OK.

  10. Press Save.

The e280 confirms that it has saved the network with message: Network Saved. Your next tasks are to apply the settings and return to the Connection Setup menu. Do the following:

  1. Press OK. The e280 displays a prompt that asks you to Apply Settings on Interface?

  2. Press Yes. The e280 connects to the Wi-Fi and displays the message Interface Started to confirm the connection.

  3. Press OK.

  4. Exit back to the Connection Setup menu.

You can see the strength of the Wi-Fi signal by the number of bars in the Wi-Fi icon on the left-hand side of the e280 screen.

The next step is to configure network parameters – see the e280 Network connection section below.

e280 Network connection

This section describes the steps you must do to configure the e280 network parameters for connection to IPC. To connect to IPC you must configure the e280 for Client mode connection, with Auto-connection enabled.

The e280 is supplied with the following default network parameters:

  • DHCP: ON

This is set for convenience. You can use the Engineering menu to configure static network parameters.

  • Auto connection: Disabled

Auto-connection is disabled by default to allow easier initial network connection.

Connection

To connect to IPC configure the IP address and listening port of IPC and set the TCP mode and autoconnection as follows:

  1. Enter the e280 Engineering menu.

  2. Select the Connection option.

  3. Select the Wi-Fi option and configure the settings as below:

FieldSetting
Enable SSL:NO
TCP Mode:Client

Host Setup

Do the following:

  1. At the Select Add Host: field, enter the IP address of IPC host (e.g. 192.168.8.178).

  2. Enter the IPC listening port (e.g. 9080).

  3. At the Auto Connection: field, select Enabled.

  4. Set the Autoconnection Timeout: field to 1 (this setting defines how long in seconds the e280 will wait between auto-connection attempts).

  5. Select Exit.

  6. Exit from the e280 Engineering menu.

The e280 now attempts to connect to IPC on the IP address and listening port you just configured. A Connecting message appears on-screen. If connection to IPC does not succeed, the e280 shows a Waiting to Connect message for the configured Auto-connection timeout interval. Then it attempts to connect again.