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Payment Processing Services
Reduce billing costs and get paid faster
Check-in/-out terminal
by using payment-processing services
GAT Access 6350/6500
from Fiserv. With fully integrated soft-
ware and electronic funds transfer (EFT)
The check-in/-out terminal GAT Access
processing, customers automatically Check-in/-out terminal
6350/6500 offers user-friendly control
collect membership dues in full, on the GAT Access 6100/6200
of turnstiles using a chip card or bracelet.
due date, for direct deposit into their
It features a fully graphic display; resis-
The GAT check-in/-out terminals identify
accounts. Because EFT reduces invoicing
tant chrome steel housing with safety
health club members when a chip is
costs, postage, and late payments, over-
glass; and a large, integrated traffic light
presented in front of the reader field;
all billing costs are reduced, and recon-
display. Communications are handled
access credentials are instantly verified
ciliation is quick and easy. In addition,
via Ethernet or an RS 485 interface, with
via the contract stored in the system.
credit cards can be processed using the
emergency operation provided in the
The GAT Access 6100/6200 is the “small”
Credit Card Gateway from Fiserv.
event of a server failure. The terminal
terminal with surface-mounted housing
can be integrated into pillars and turn-
for controlling turnstiles and doors. Other
stiles, and thereby suits virtually
features include: return message inputs;
any architectural requirement.
an illuminated, circular reader field; LED
signaling; and secure data transmission
between the reader and data carrier.
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