A quick and easy way to test Accessibility Compliance is to roll up to your secured mounted POS checkout (Attended or Unattended) in a wheelchair or just pull up a chair and see if you can get the Secured POS Device to your Lap independently and with ease. If not, that is where ADA and PCI-PTS kick in for PIN Entry Privacy Shielding and POS Device (POI) Point of Interaction for Accessibility Compliance.
The ADA.Gov, U.S. Access Board Law and Regulatory, ISO 9564 and Card Networks (PCI, EPC, APN) Policy are Requirements for Compliance –for- PIN Entry Privacy Shielding. These requirements are for Accessibility and Fraud Prevention Measures. No other POS Stands and Mounts other than Our ADA POS Stands meet these requirement criteria.
As An Unmatched and Patented Sole Source Set of Assistive Technology (AT) POS-POI Mounting Solutions, Taylor ADA POS Stands Help Protect Proactive Merchants from Accessibility Discrimination while Enriching a Secure and Easy-to-Use Card Reader and PIN Entry Privacy Checkout, Time and Again for All Customers.
Our Inclusive for All Assistive Stands and Mounts fit All Card Reader Brands and Models including iPads and Tablets by use of our Secured Dismount Plates as well as for Self-Checkouts and Unattended that have a POS (POI,- See Slides Brochure Detailed Information Deck Below).
[A Note on PCI]The Card Processing Networks continue to assist POI vendors, as well as the industry in general, with understanding the PCI Policies on PIN Privacy Shielding. Acquirers should ensure, where possible, that they are able to take action against any merchants who breach PIN Privacy Shielding Policies through their merchant contracts.

The U.S. Access-Board E103.4 -Assistive Technology (AT)- by using 405 + 405.1 Standards state that all electronic and information technology must be accessible to people with disabilities. and 405 Privacy: 405.1 General. The same degree of privacy of input and output shall be provided to all individuals. And 508 -302.8 Accessible for those with Limited Reach and Strength with a manual mode of operation that is operable. Specific to Transaction Machines for Fixed Position Mounting in Reach and Range.
The ADA.Gov 309 and 309.4 is required for the U-Shape Pull Handle (Operable Part in 309). Combining these together also allows the PCI-SSC-PTS A7 PIN Entry Privacy Shielding to be possible for Independent Access and Compliance.
The Card Networks for PCI PTS Compliance A7 Policy: The PIN entry device must be equipped with a privacy shield, or designed so that the cardholder can shield it with his/her body to protect against observation of the PIN during PIN Entry. (PIN SHIELDING). This is a well for Canada, Europe and Australia Card Networks and Acquiring Banks enforceable through Merchant Services Contracts.

One Hand Usability, No Pinching, Twitsting of the Wrist or Grasping to easily operate.

Taylor ADA STANDS

ADA Compliance - Patent 9,907,416

To the Lap PIN Entry Privacy.

Taylor ADA STANDS

ADA Compliance - Patent 9,907,416

Meets California Horizontal Requirements

Taylor ADA STANDS

ADA Compliance - Patent 9,907,416

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