Portable POS

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Portable POS

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs will help jumpstart your handheld electronic fund transfer (EFT) transaction terminal project through a secure processor, a small and efficient battery management system and low-power wireless and wired interfaces according to your needs.

Design requirements

Portable point-of-sale (POS) systems require:

  • Sitara ARM processors enable cryptography, secure boot, tamper protection, secure storage and more.
  • Low-power RF, RFID and NFC chipsets that allow contactless payment.
  • Highly-integrated PMICs to regulate core, memory and IO power and a small and efficient battery management system.
  • Stepper motor driver to control the thermal printer which prints the fiscal receipt.

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Analog Design Journal Li-ion battery-charger solutions for JEITA compliance 26 Feb 2010
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More literature Sitara AM438x processor: tamper protection 14 Aug 2017
Technical articles Driving industrial innovation with small-size sensors 12 Sep 2019
User guide Powering the AM335x, AM437x, and AM438x with TPS65218D0 (Rev. B) 11 May 2020
User guide TPS65910Ax User's Guide for AM335x Processors (Rev. F) 11 Dec 2017
More literature Enabling modern retail and logistics automation 09 Jun 2021
Technical articles How ultrasonic technology improves convenience and performance in home automation 05 Oct 2017

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