- Card Readers – The card reader detects the record data displayed on the attractive stripe on the back of an ATM/charge or Mastercard. The host processor utilizes this data to direct the exchange back towards the cardholder’s bank.
- Keypad – The keypad allows the cardholder a chance to input the information they need to give to the bank about the mode of transaction (money withdrawal, balance request, and so on.) and the amount to be processed. Similarly, the card holder’s bank requires the cardholder’s recognizable proof number (PIN) to identify the user as the legitimate card-holder.
Additionally, an ATM consists of four outputs:
- Accessories – MTech offers an assortment of accessories which consist of a refurbished card reader, antenna extensions, power supply, audio speaker, cable, power cord, and SD card for ATM software.
- LCD – The presentation screen prompts the cardholder’s attention through presenting a successive progression of the exchange procedure. Acting as an intuitive interface between an Atm’s internal computer and the user, the screen displays options, information and directions once the cardholder enters the data. Rented line machines normally utilize a monochrome CRT (cathode beam tube) display while Dial-up machines are generally equipped with a monochrome LCD display.