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Select your terminals

Choose terminals for your point of sale integration.

Our Standalone solution

If you don't need a fully featured API integration, you may want to use our Standalone terminal solution.

We offer countertop and portable terminals that have a built-in printer. These can be used in a Standalone solution.

More information

Adyen offers a range of the latest Verifone terminals. When used in an API integration, these all support:

  • Card, wallet, and QR code payment methods.
  • Multiple languages.
  • Shopper recognition.
  • Tipping.
  • Tax-free shopping.
  • Customizable screen and receipt logos.
  • Using beacons to connect your cash register to the nearest terminal.

Each terminal model offers specific features, such as a large screen or a built-in printer, which you should consider when you choose terminals for your integration.

Step 1: Choose terminals

You may wish to choose one model of terminal for your integration, or use a combination of different terminal models.

We offer terminals for the following use-cases:

  • Countertop: A stationary terminal with a small footprint. Great for retail.
  • Multimedia: Its large screen provides a rich multimedia experience, and elegantly collects input from your shoppers.
  • Portable: Due to its built-in printer, this battery-powered terminal is ideal for hospitality, food and beverage, or high-end retail stores. It also has 4G fallback, in case of connection issues.
  • Handheld: Small and battery-powered, this terminal works great in an endless aisle solution. It also has 3G fallback, in case of connection issues.
  • Unattended: Self-service solution for use in unattended environments such as your kiosk or vending machines.


With its small footprint and ethernet connection, the Verifone P400 Plus works well on a stationary retail counter.

If you need a Standalone countertop terminal, we offer the V400c Plus. This is similar to the P400, but includes a built-in printer.


  • 3.5" touchscreen


  • Ethernet
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • USB


The Verifone M400 terminal features a large screen, which is ideal for:

  • Displaying line items, virtual receipts, and advertising on the screen.
  • Collecting shopper input, such as a shopper's email address, signature, or survey feedback.


  • 5" touchscreen.


  • Ethernet
  • USB


The Verifone V400m can be powered by a power adapter, or with the included battery pack.
It features a built-in printer for portable transaction processing, and 4G fallback so you can continue processing in case of connection issues.

This terminal can be used in fully featured API integrations, or as a Standalone terminal.


  • 3.5" touchscreen


  • Wi-Fi
  • 4G
  • Optional: Ethernet base station with Bluetooth connectivity


The Verifone e280 is our smallest terminal, with an on-screen keyboard instead of a keypad. It runs on battery power, and can be connected to an iPad or tablet for on-the-go processing.


  • 3.5" color touchscreen


  • Wi-Fi

The Verifone e285p is a pocket-sized terminal with a keypad and small display. It runs on battery power and can be connected to an iPad or tablet for on-the-go processing.

The e285p also features 3G fallback, so you can continue processing payments in case of Wi-Fi connection issues.


  • 2.8" touchscreen


  • Wi-Fi
  • 3G


The Verifone UX300 consists of a card reader, a PIN pad with a display, and an NFC-reader. These devices are intended for mounting in your self-service machine.


  • 2.5" non-touch


  • Ethernet
  • USB
  • RS232

Once you've chosen the terminal that fits your business needs, you can order it from your Adyen Customer Area.

For information on setting up a terminal, refer to our terminal manuals.

Step 2: Order terminals

You can order terminals for testing from your Customer Area. Each terminal comes with a card you can use to make test transactons. Once ordered, they will be dispatched from our warehouse within two business days.

Terminals you order through this link can only be used in a test integration. When you're ready to go live, you will need to order terminals that can make live payments.

When your terminal arrives you will need to board the terminal. This connects the terminal to the internet, and associates it with one of your physical stores.

Before you can do this, you will need to create an Adyen store account for each of your physical stores. You may wish to do this while you are waiting for your terminal to arrive.

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