Question about Magtek Mag-Tek 30050202
Posted by Anonymous on
I experienced the same problem, which may have been due to either the triggering of the internal tamper sensor or for leaving the unit "dormant" for too long. This message likely means that you need to replace the device. Contacting the representative which sold you the unit is the best way to arrange for a replacement.
In the documentation on page 17 of the the iPad Installation and Operation Manual, http://www.magtek.com/documentation/public/99875382-4.03.pdf, you will also see the following notes:
An offline code beginning with "S" indicates a security element failure. This code can be
triggered through severe handling of the device or strong interference by a nearby EMF
source. If you move the device away from any suspected EMF source and the error
continues, the device should be repaired or replaced.
Posted on Mar 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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