Castles VEGA 3000 Pin Pad Data sheet

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Castles Technology’s high quality VEGA 3000P device offers multifunctional capabilities for your business.

VEGA 3000P offers options of Ethernet and USB communications and accepts all payment types –magnetic stripe, chip card and contactless.

VEGA 3000P is a perfect device to enhance your payment system.


  • Large touch screen with built-in NFC reader
  • Large backlit keys
  • Secure Linux platform
  • New ergonomic design


Features and benefits

  • Unprecedented security and certifications
    PCI PTS 4.x
    EMV contact/contactless Lv1
    EMV contact Lv2
    Contactless scheme certifications (Paypass, Paywave, ExpressPay, D-PAS, J-Speedy, QPBOC...)
  • Incredibly adaptable
    Optional touch availability
    Flexible to integrate business applications
  • Exceptional performance
    High security processor
    Operable under extreme conditions
    Linux open architecture OS



Processor 32-bit Secure Microprocessor running powerful Linux based OS
Memory 128 MB/64MB (Up to 256MB/128MB)
Micro-SD socket Yes
Display 3.5” Color TFT LCD | 320 x 480 Pixels
Touch Screen Yes
Card reader Magnetic Stripe: ISO 7810, 7811, 7813 Triple Track, Bi-Directional
Contact Card - User Card: ISO 7816 ID-1 1.8V/3V/5V T=0, T=1
Contact Card - SAM Card: 2 (Up to 4)
Contactless (Optional): ISO 14443 Type A, B | ISO 18092 NFC
Mifare & Sony FeliCa Working Frequency 13.56 MHz
Communications USB
Indicators LED - Contactless: No
Audio Buzzer: Yes
Keypad Standard Keys: 15
Function Keys: No
Software SDK | KMS | TMS | GDB | CTOS library | ISO 8583 library | Crypto library
Power Supply DC 5V/1A
Dimensions  (L x W x H) 145mm x 77mm x 56.8mm
Weight Pin Pad: 260g
Operating temperature 0°C to 50°C
Storage temperature -20°C to 70°C
Operating humidity 5% to 90% non-condensing
Storage humidity 5% to 90% non-condensing
Certification PCI PTS 4.x | EMV L1/L2 | payWave | PayPass | ExpressPay | D-PAS | Interac Flash | J-Speedy | FeliCa | UnionPay UICS | TQM | PBOC L1/L2
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