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The folks who are using nayax ,do you just enter a dollar amount you want to use and then unit counts down or is able to be configured to count up?
 

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Mine are paired with TM-5CU timers and do count up. There's a configuration file that tells the unit what to charge, in my case it's $3 to start and $1/minute.
 

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So I'm assuming that a dixmor led 6 would configure with it and count up. I had talked to a rep yesterday and he was unsure about count up abilities, someone more familiar with the wash nayax was going to call me Monday.
 

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So I'm assuming that a dixmor led 6 would configure with it and count up.
I would not assume that. He said there's a configuration in the timer, presumably to match the count-up from the Nayax. Dixmor LED-6 doesn't have that.
 

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Sorry, but I have no experience with Dixmor timers. I am very happy with my Timemaster units. When they fail, I send them to Colorado to be repaired and it's normally about $100 to repair. Not bad, as new ones are about $350 if I recall correctly.
 

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So I'm assuming that a dixmor led 6 would configure with it and count up. I had talked to a rep yesterday and he was unsure about count up abilities, someone more familiar with the wash nayax was going to call me Monday.
For Nayax VPOS count up with a Dixmor LED6 at $3.00 to start/3 minutes…

Program the Dixmor with:

COIN VALU [$ .25]

C: [15] (This is time per coin pulse)

S: [12] (This is coins to start)

CC PULSE VALUE: [$.25]

DOLLARS ON COUNT UP


Connect Nayax VPOS Pulse Wire #1 to Dixmor Pin 8 (White with Black Wire)

Now, the Dixmor will display dollar amount charged to credit card as it accumulates…just like a gasoline dispenser.
Verify the settings by swiping/inserting/tapping the credit card.
The LED6 should continuously display money charged to credit card. At 1 minute the timer should display $1.00…at 2 minutes the timer should display $2.00, etc.
 

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For Nayax VPOS count up with a Dixmor LED6 at $3.00 to start/3 minutes…

Program the Dixmor with:

COIN VALU [$ .25]

C: [15] (This is time per coin pulse)

S: [12] (This is coins to start)

CC PULSE VALUE: [$.25]

DOLLARS ON COUNT UP


Connect Nayax VPOS Pulse Wire #1 to Dixmor Pin 8 (White with Black Wire)

Now, the Dixmor will display dollar amount charged to credit card as it accumulates…just like a gasoline dispenser.
Verify the settings by swiping/inserting/tapping the credit card.
The LED6 should continuously display money charged to credit card. At 1 minute the timer should display $1.00…at 2 minutes the timer should display $2.00, etc.
Thank you for your detailed explanation. Are you a wash owner with nayax in service?
 

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For Nayax VPOS count up with a Dixmor LED6 at $3.00 to start/3 minutes…

Program the Dixmor with:

COIN VALU [$ .25]

C: [15] (This is time per coin pulse)

S: [12] (This is coins to start)

CC PULSE VALUE: [$.25]

DOLLARS ON COUNT UP


Connect Nayax VPOS Pulse Wire #1 to Dixmor Pin 8 (White with Black Wire)

Now, the Dixmor will display dollar amount charged to credit card as it accumulates…just like a gasoline dispenser.
Verify the settings by swiping/inserting/tapping the credit card.
The LED6 should continuously display money charged to credit card. At 1 minute the timer should display $1.00…at 2 minutes the timer should display $2.00, etc.
Thanks for the detailed info on this, we are getting ready to install led 6 timers and nayax in the bays. Quick question, can the min charge be setup different for cash and credit? Ie $3 start for cash and $5 min for cc?

Also, I’ve read that nayax can serve as the timer on vacs. Is this true?
 

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Program the LED6
With coins, this starts the bay for $3.00 for 3 minutes. Each additional coin adds 15 seconds.

During credit card Count Up, the Dixmor simply displays accumulating money being charged.
The CC Minimum charge is established by your Nayax configuration…say $5.00.
So, CC customers who press STOP before 5 minutes of use will still be charged $5.00.

I believe you'll still need a timer for the vacuums. (I've no experience there)
 

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Program the LED6
With coins, this starts the bay for $3.00 for 3 minutes. Each additional coin adds 15 seconds.

During credit card Count Up, the Dixmor simply displays accumulating money being charged.
The CC Minimum charge is established by your Nayax configuration…say $5.00.
So, CC customers who press STOP before 5 minutes of use will still be charged $5.00.

I believe you'll still need a timer for the vacuums. (I've no experience there)
Thanks, makes sense now.

I will contact Nayax about the vac timer, I believe I read about the coinless guys using the nayax as the timer in vacs at their test site.
 
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