Communication cable types

This section looks over the types of connections available to you.

Note: Worldpay recommend NOT to use a cable converter, such as serial to USB, to convert the connection type as the performance and correct operation of the PED could be compromised

Serial (4m, separate power supply)

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  1. HDMI connection

  2. RJ11 connection

  3. RJ11 port

  4. Serial (RS232) connection

  5. Power supply connector

  6. Power supply port

By default the HDMI connection is connected to the back of the iPP350 and secured by 2 x M2.5x8 screws. If you have opted for a different communication cable option, the alternative cable is sent separately from the iPP350 package.

RJ11 connection connects to the RJ11 port (3).

The RJ11 port is one end of the serial (RS232) cable.

Connect the serial (RS232) connector to an available Serial port on your EPOS till system.

You must not use a cable converter, such as serial to USB, to convert the connection type.

The power supply connection inserts into the power supply port (6) on the back of the serial (RS232) connection (4). The power supply unit (not pictured) on the other end of the power supply connector needs a plug socket.

USB (2m powered by EPOS)

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  1. HDMI connection

  2. USB connection

Remove the HDMI connection that is part of the default serial (RS232) communication cable option then connect the HDMI connection to the back of the iPP350.

Connect the USB connection to an available USB port on your EPOS till system.

Note: If you use either the 2m or 4m USB communication cable options, we recommend that you install the USB Drivers before you connect the iPP350 to your EPOS solution.

USB (4m, separate power supply)

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  1. HDMI connection

  2. USB connection

  3. Power supply connector

  4. Power supply port

Remove the HDMI connection that is part of the default serial (RS232) communication cable option.

Connect the HDMI connection to the back of the iPP350.

Connect the USB connection to an available USB port on your EPOS till system.

The power supply connection inserts into the power supply port (4) which is part of the USB cable.

Note: If you use either the 2m or 4m USB communication cable options, we recommend that you install the USB Drivers before you connect the iPP350 to your EPOS solution.

Ethernet (4m, separate power supply)

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  1. HDMI connection

  2. Ethernet (RJ45) connection

  3. Power supply connector

  4. Power supply port

Remove the HDMI connection that is part of the default serial (RS232) communication cable option.

Connect the HDMI connection to the back of the iPP350.

Connect the Ethernet (RJ45) connection to an available RJ45 port on your network switch/router that serves your EPOS till system.

The power supply connection inserts into the power supply port (4) which is part of the Ethernet (RJ45) cable.

Changing communication cable type from default (serial - RS232)

By default your Ingenico iPP350 comes with the HDMI to RJ11 cable fixed in place and secured by 2 x M2.5x8 screws. The steps below show how to remove the HDMI to RJ11 cable and replace it with your preferred cable type.

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  1. Back of iPP350 showing the HDMI to RJ11 cable secured.

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  2. Remove 2 x M2.5x8 screws from HDMI connector with a Phillips head screwdriver (not supplied).

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  3. Back of iPP350 with HDMI to RJ11 cable removed showing exposed HDMI port

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  4. Secure the alternative cable type by HDMI connector end to HDMI port on the back of the iPP350.

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  5. Stand lowered. Please note that the RS232 (Serial) COMMS cable type does not have the stand displayed in the images above as part of the HDMI connection to RJ11 connection

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  6. Insert 2 x M2.5x8 screws to secure HDMI connector end of optional COMMs cable type

Note: The RS232 (Serial) COMMS cable type does not have the stand displayed in the images above as part of the HDMI connection.