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MagneFlex Prism is a suite of interface developer tools that reduce the points of development. Instead of using SDKs, APIs, and applets to build an interface to the hardware device, another to interface to the POS application, and another to the gateway, you can build the interface to just MagneFlex. MagneFlex drives the hardware, interfaces with the POS app, and can issue the commands to pack, parse and send the data out for processing. Whether you are on a network client system or using a web-based app, there is a MagneFlex tool for you. This simplifies development and certification and allows you to determine the best ecosystem for each individual environment.
Welcome to the 2022 product catalog. MagTek sells to VARs, ISOs, ISVs, resellers, distributors, and directly to customers. Contact MagTek or your service provider to order.
Magensa Web Services - Developer Guides: How to set up parameters, actions, and testing.
Developers often couple this with D998200191, Programming Manual, and the XML/SOAP zip examples found under software, D998200391 (MPPGv3) or D998200457 (MPPGv4). The Magensa Payment Protection Gateway (MPPG v3/4) provides POS integrators an interface to various merchant processors for magstripe and EMV (chip card) transactions using MagTek readers. This guide outlines the steps to integrate and certify to MPPG for EMV processing.
Magensa Web Services - Developer Programming Manuals: What API does, I/O, and methods.
This chart shows compliance for MagTek hardware directly with processors. Ask a representative about additional partner apps that may have additional certifications.
This document provides instructions on how to interact with MagneFlex Navy, browser-based for USB SCRAs and PIN PED devices
Magensa Web Services - User Manuals: Process and procedure.
The purpose of this document is to provide a description of how to use the MagTek Reader Configuration Program for Remote Configuration and Key Injection for MagneSafe® devices.
PROGRAMMER'S MANUALS: for MagTek Hardware
MagneSafe® V5 Communications - This manual contains programming commands and terminology to help programmers and users interact with the MagneSafe V5 Reader.
This document describes how to communicate with the tDynamo (Gen I, II) Secure Card Reader Authenticator (SCRA), with details on the low level commands, configuration, and communication.
This document provides instructions to use the MTNET Demo. It is part of a larger library of documents designed to assist Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, uDynamo, aDynamo, mDynamo, tDynamo (Gen I, II), DynaWave and Secure Card Readers implementers.
Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, mDynamo, tDynamo (Gen I, II), DynaWave, and iDynamo 6, Programmers Reference ( C++ )
This document provides instructions for software developers who want to create software solutions that include a Dynamag, DynaMAX, eDynamo, mDynamo, tDynamo (Gen I, II), DynaWave, or iDynamo 6 connected to a Windows-based host via USB or Bluetooth LE.
This document provides EMV transaction flow instructions for software developers who want to create software solutions that include a MagTek Secure Card Reader / Authenticator (SCRA) device connected to a Windows PC, Android, or iOS device.
This document provides instructions for software developers who want to create custom software solutions that communicate with DynaMAX, eDynamo, aDynamo, iDynamo, uDynamo, tDynamo (Gen I, II), or kDynamo connected to an iOS host via audio connector or BLE. It is part of a larger library of documents designed to assist DynaMAX, eDynamo, aDynamo, iDynamo, uDynamo, kDynamo, sDynamo, and tDynamo (Gen I, II) implementers, which includes: D99875475 MagneSafe® V5 Programmer’s Reference (Commands) - PN 99875568
USER MANUALS - Installation & Operation Manual
Point-of-service and point-of-sale needs to be fast, reliable and secure. tDynamo (Gen I, II) delivers on all three and meets the growing demand from your customers to use the latest in technology in the easiest-to-use form factor. The tDynamo (Gen I, II) reader is a simple way to take a wide variety of payment methods, in a small, versatile device. tDynamo (Gen I, II) is a three way card reader (magnetic stripe, chip card, contactless).
USER MANUALS - Quick Install Guide
Point-of-service and point-of-sale needs to be fast, reliable, and secure. tDynamo delivers on all three and meets the growing demand from your customers to use the latest technology in the easiest-to-use form factor. tDynamo is a simple way to take a wide variety of payment methods, in a small, versatile device including magnetic stripe, chip card, and contactless.
tDynamo (Gen I, II) Docking Stand Quick Installation Guide describes basic installation of the tDynamo (Gen I, II) stand
WHITE PAPER - Overview and Industry
A response to a publication in March 2019, by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) entitled: “NIST Special Publication 800-131A Revision 2 – Transitioning the Use of Cryptographic Algorithms and Key Lengths”.
Designing a POS system for cost-effective compliance with PCI-DSS: Using MagTek readers and Magensa processing services
Founded in 1972, MagTek is a leading manufacturer of electronic systems for the reliable issuance, reading, transmission and security of cards, checks, PINs and identification documents. Leading with innovation and engineering excellence, MagTek is known for quality and dependability. Its products include secure card reader/authenticators, encrypting check scanners, PIN pads and distributed credential personalization systems. These products are used worldwide by financial institutions, retailers, and processors to provide secure and efficient payment and identification transactions.