How are you liking your Cryptopay retor kits. I am closing next week May 26th on my first wash and the current owner added cryptopay to his wash selects a year or two ago. I was curious if you are liking them or not and if you would do it again?Just got my two Cryptopay retro kits for my Wash Selects. Kinda pissed off that they don't provide the new lexan face like they had advertised. Went back and watched their video on their website today. The very first video goes through all the components that are included with the kit, specifically new Lexan faceplate which looks beautiful. Second video describes installation of the new Lexan faceplate....oh but wait...they added a slide in the middle of the installation that lets you know you'll now receive a decal instead. How informative. Decal seems less than impressive. Pretty flimsy, nothing heady duty or impressive about this thing. I'd pay extra for the Lexan.
Shame on me I guess for not reading all the fine print for changes since I last read it all.
How are you liking your Cryptopay retor kits. I am closing next week May 26th on my first wash and the current owner added cryptopay to his wash selects a year or two ago. I was curious if you are liking them or not and if you would do it again?
AutoSpa, I wish I could tell you. They haven't been installed yet for several reasons. First, Worldpay just got my account set up last week. Second, April was incredibly busy and I didn't want to get rushed trying to install and work out any bugs. In the meantime, I have purchased and am waiting on two used Wash Selects and am hoping to upgrade those doors for a quick, simple swap out. Once I get them installed, I will post my experiences and some pictures.
Thanks for the update. I will try this as well.Unitec support saw this post and reached out to us (thanks Julie). They suggested we strip back / re-land all 6 wire connections to the J1 & J3 power and I/o display board green plastic phoenix connectors which is a new suggestion we have never tried. Theory is overtime some of them may have become loose from vibration of door open/closing, dirty etc causing inconsistent power between the main cpu mother board and display I/o board on the door especially with big temp swings. We have only done this with the pins on those connectors that the 3 Cryptopay wires land on previously. Cryptopay did say once a couple years back that it seemed like the reader was losing power briefly during pulse cycle. I guess if we have some power loss between cpu board and I/o board that could make sense. Maybe it’s so slight as just a screen flicker you may not notice. Unitec did say we’ve got to have good consistent power to the display I/o board on door and consequently the Cryptopay swiper which wires into j1/j3 connectors. We don’t have any of the Hamilton’s but I imagine it could be something to try on those as well. So we did this today and we’ll report back after letting it run a while. Pic attached to try and help illustrate.