The Ingenico ISC 250 touch and ISC 350 terminals will have a message ‘lane closed’ when not in use. To be more clear, the Ingenico terminals are slaves to software that tells them what to do. So the user must be logged into their point of sale (POS) solution, integrated software, or virtual terminal that drives the terminal.
If you’re logged in and click on SALE and the terminal still says lane closed, you need to do some troubleshooting. Is the terminal properly connected to the PC or device driving it? If this is a terminal that was previously known to be working, try swapping cables with another if available.
CenPOS users call support with your CenPOS MID at 877-630-7960. If you’re a user, you’ll know it. For everyone else, if you still have a problem, contact your IT department, Point of Sale solutions provider or whoever sold you terminals. 3D Merchant does not provide technical support to merchants using other companies business solutions so please do not open chat asking for help with your LANE CLOSED problem. We do not maintain a list of support numbers for retail solutions providers, equipment resellers, or anyone else who you may need to contact. If you’re open to changing vendors so you can improve your customer support or any other needs, then feel free to contact us.
For PCI Compliance, only PCI Council QIR certified professionals are allowed to touch or install terminals for level 4 merchants. Do not allow unauthorized outside vendors to physically touch your terminals.
PCI Alert: Some versions of Ingenico ISC 250 & 350 EMV terminals will be expiring April 2019. They’re not upgradeable and will need to be replaced. Hint: If you see cheap terminals for sale online, they’re probably expiring.
3D Merchant Services provides payment processing technology merchants need to drive Ingenico and other EMV chip terminals, with full cashiering, and without the need to purchase any additional POS software. The credit card processing terminals can be operated with a secure virtual terminal or with integrated solutions that keep merchant POS applications out of scope for PA DSS. Many recent merchant data breaches have occurred from applications that were in scope for PA DSS. By segregating payments from POS applications, merchants can increase security while reducing compliance burden. Merchants have the option for point to point encrypted (P2PE) terminals and solution or optional Validated P2PE service; the latter requires extra steps for merchants and significantly reduces PCI compliance burden with an SAQ that’s about 90% shorter.
Call Christine Speedy, PCI Council QIR certified, to purchase terminals and retail solutions, 954-942-0483, 9-5 ET. CenPOS authorized reseller based out of South Florida and NY. CenPOS is an integrated commerce technology platform driving innovative, omnichannel solutions tailored to meet a merchant’s market needs. Providing a single point of integration, the CenPOS platform combines payment, commerce and value-added functionality enabling merchants to transform their commerce experience, eliminate the need to manage complex integrations, reduce the burden of accepting payments and create deeper customer relationships.