How to add Merchant Accounts & Payment Terminals

If you plan to integrate LimeOrder Point Of Sale to a Payment Terminal, then continue reading otherwise skip this tutorial.

MENU PATH

POS-Admin : Base > Payments > Integrated Terminals > Merchant Account

POS-Admin : Base > Payments > Integrated Terminals > Payment Terminals

If you use LimeOrder Pos Software with one of the Payment Terminals that is integrated into the system, then you don’t need to enter the order amount in the payment terminal manually and the system will automatically send the order amount to that payment terminal and will print the payment receipt either on the payment terminal or on the printer that you usually print the sales receipt.

NOTE: If you have an integrated payment terminal, then you have to define “Credit & debit Cards” here in the Merchant Account and there is no need to define it in the “Cash & Card” menu.

Merchant Account

LimeOrder Point Of Sale Software for restaurant & retail is designed to work worldwide.

In most countries, the merchant selects only one acquirer and gets the Payment Terminal from that specific provider. Still, in some countries, the merchant may have few different payment terminals from different acquirers.

If you are dealing with only one acquirer, you have to define a general account here in the Merchant Account like “Card” or “Credit & Debit Card.” Still, if you have a different terminal brand from different companies, you have to define different Payment Terminals and their related Merchant Account.

Therefore you can define one merchant account and one payment terminal connected to that merchant account or define one merchant account and connect a few same model payment terminal to that account or in specific scenarios that you have different terminal provider, define different payment terminals and define separate merchant account for each of them.

Payment Terminal

For any acquirer’s terminal model, you have to define a new “Payment Terminal ” and connect it to the related Merchant Account as described below.

For instance, if you use “Ingenico 5000 Desk,” you have to define a Payment Terminal named “Ingenico 5000 Desk,” When defining it as a Payment Terminal, the system asks you the Merchant Account.

If you have only a bank account that all the received money from the acquirer will be transferred to that account, then defining a single Merchant Account is enough. Still, if you are in a country using multiple Terminal Brands, you must probably define separate Merchant Accounts and connect each Payment Terminal to its related Merchant Account.

Where to use:

After defining “Merchant Accounts” and “Payment Terminals,” you will see them in the payment form when placing an order.

POS App: Order > Payment

Important

You have to define the type of payment terminal that each ordering device is supposed to use in the device settings section of the POS-App.

Pos App: Side Menu > Device Settings > Payment tab > Select payment terminal model & enter terminal specific information

Please read more about device settings here.

How to define Merchant Account:

Click the “Merchant Accounts” in the left side menu, and the system will show a Merchant Accounts form.

Input the card name of the Merchant Account, and click the “Add” button to add a new Marchant Account.

The newly added Merchant Account will be displayed in the list.

How to define Payment Terminal and connect it to Merchant Account:

Click the “Payment Terminals” in the left side menu, and the system will show a Payment Terminals form.

Input the name of a payment terminal, and choose the connection type of the payment terminal. Input IP address, port number, and serial number if needed.

Specify the Merchant Account that the payment terminal should connect to:

Click the “New” button to add the new payment terminal:

The newly added payment terminal will be shown in the list.

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