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Microterminal MT721

The Gertec MT721 Microterminal is an excellent choice for consumer card applications such as for bakeries, bars, cafeterias and restaurants.
Designed to be integrated with several systems, the MT721 has 20 programmable keys for easy automation and comes with development tools.
Its has a liquid-crystal display with 2 lines by 20 characters and backlight.

Technologies

Integration with several systems

20 programmable keys

Easy automation

Development tools

Liquid-crystal display with 2 lines by 20 characters

Backlight

Technical Specifications
Ref. code

00410179

Display

Liquid crystal with 2 lines by 20 characters with backlight.

Magnetic Reader

No

Connections

1 - Ethernet

Ports

2 - USB
2 - RJ11 Serial Ports (comes with DB9 adapter cable)

Keypad

20 keys

Buttons

On/off

Features

Programmable and customizable keys. Comes with a protective film for the keypad.

Power Supply

110/220v

Weight

970g

Dimensions

133 x 46 x 160 mm ( LxHxW)

Warranty

12 months

BNDES

No

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a microterminal?

We can say that a microterminal is a device that streamlines processes at the point of sale, like a programmable keypad. Its main advantage is the ability to run a POS System, or part of a system, within it. This way you can eliminate the problems of a conventional POS computer, such as malware infection, operating system crashes or any other interruption.


How do I configure the IP and serial ports of the MT 720?

To configure the microterminal, connect an external keyboard to the device’s AT port. Turn on the device and press the P key on the external keyboard during startup. Make the necessary modifications and don’t forget to save the new configuration


Is it possible to customize a microterminal’s keypad?

Yes. Use the GravaPlus application to customize the Gertec keypad. Select the option “Generate GTC for MT”, perform the desired configuration and save the generated file. Using our examples (C/Delphi) send the created layout to the device.


What is the difference between a microterminal and a programmable keypad?

The main difference is that a programmable keypad is connected to a computer’s AT/PS2 or USB port, with being 1 device connected to 1 computer. With a microterminal, it is possible to connect several microterminals to a single computer through a network cable (Ethernet), with no distance limitation.


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