Leading the Way in Independently Accessible Card Reader Checkouts.


The ADA.Gov is very clear about compliance requirements. A public accommodation shall furnish appropriate auxiliary aids. In the case of POS Screen and PIN Entry (accessible electronic and information technology) it is necessary to ensure independent accessibility, effective and private transaction communication for individuals with disabilities. Reach and Range is a requirement, but does not meet the Reach or Privacy Interaction Requirements for everyone.
We use ADA.Gov Federal Requirements of Operable Parts 309.4 and Our EIF POS Dismount from "Fixed Position" to Free Standing giving ease of use for all people, whether using a wheelchair and for use no matter your height. *PIN Privacy Shielding Included. *(Different from Pin Guards).

Helping MSP's, VARS, ADA Architects, Governments, Military, Education, Hospitality, Medical, Hospice, ADA Consultants, C-Store, QSR, Grocery, Retail, Restaurant, Stadium Events, Merchants Big and Small.


True ADA.Gov Compliance

Independent accessibility to the POS Card Reader with easy and full interaction.

Adjust for comfort

A person can adjust the card reader in hand(s) or lap. Reaching causes strain.

Better Visual Access

Visual clarity is important. Not being able to see the payment screen is just bad.

PIN ENTRY PRIVACY

ADA Stands allow for easy access to the Card Reader allowing for Total PIN Privacy.


Mobility Solutions for Card Reader Checkouts.

Partnered with and Endorsed by USICD. Click to Open the USIDC page.

Every Checkout is to have at minimum, One (1) out of every Four Checkout Lanes desinated as ADA Accessible. Each and every independent checkout (sales and service) counter is to have at minimum a fully accessible checkout. Ever Aisle is strongly recommeneded to prevent line exclusion along with each individual Sales and Service Counter.


Additionally for California specific, -add in the Unruh Civil Rights Act: The Unruh law applies to all businesses in California, including hotels and motels, restaurants, theaters, hospitals, barber and beauty shops, housing accommodations, and retail establishments atop the ADA.

Title III of the ADA focuses on private and public entities that it considers to be “public accommodations,” (those that provide goods or services to the public) and requires that businesses not discriminate against customers based on disability.


Federal law allows fines of up to $75,000 for the first violation and $150,000 for additional ADA violations. States and local governments may allow additional fines and require businesses to meet a higher standard of accessibility than the ADA requires.
Operable parts must be usable with one hand and not require: tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist, or more than 5 pounds of force (lbf) to operate. Parts that can be operated without hand or finger dexterity, fine motor movement, or simultaneous actions provide easier access and accommodate a broader range of users.
The United States Congress prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities by public entities, -including all local, county, state, and federal government agencies and in such a way as to protect the privacy and independence of the individual with a disability.
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