Federal ADA Card Reader (hardware) Regulation goes beyond Reach/Range Standards. Non ADA compliance is also considered discrimination. Reach/Release + U-Shape Lever Handle.
(RIA) Required Independent Access to people in wheelchairs, little people and cover other possible issues. ADA is a Federal Regulation and Law. While we know merchants do not favorably see the ADA as viable for the most part...it certainly is.
ADA.Gov Operable Parts is the easiest way to explain Card Reader Regulation. This requirement actualy appies to all sorts of card readers, for this purpose, we are covering Credit/Debit Card Readers. (U-Shape Lever Handle with a Release Feature to Dismount).
The "Card Reader Hardware" inside the Point of Sale Device is what is under the ADA.Gov Regulation for Compliance. Everyone seems to see the Credit Card Machine as well... A credit card machine. It is a "Credit/Debit -Card Reader-". Reach/Range Regulation is/are only a construction standard.
Federal and State Disabilites regulation requires all merchants with card reader checkouts to be ADA.Gov compliant with their card readers.
ADA lawsuits and reporting of merchants who ingore the Amercians with Disabilties Act are at an all time high and growing.
In-Store Accessiblity: One ADA Stand for every 4 Checkout Lanse/Isles. One per Single Counter, Sales/Service Counter.
How our ADA Credit Card Reader Stands Work at the checkout.
To operate as per the ADA.Gov requirements require *Release (*dismount from fixed position) by use of U-Shape Lever Handle.
Tug on the Blue U-Shape Lever handle. The card reader pops-up allowing the credit card reader to be used in an independent, comfortable, private and interactive position.
No pinching, twisting or grasping to obtain and operate. Our handle and release feature temporarily suspends ADA regulation while the credit card reader device is in your customers hands or lap.
Important to know.
The Key critical things you need to know.
ADA.Gov Compliance is a mandatory Regulation/Law just like having an accessible parking space. The fines are very heavy. The most popular ADA lawsuits are now the store mounting for credit and debit card reader (hardware).
The Federal Fines unless remedied begin at $4,000 with a Maximum of $50,000 for a first time offender of the Amercians with Disabilities Act.
Stay positive, install the ADA Stand for your credit card reader. It works for all customers, not just the walking customers.
Report to ADA.Gov
Time and again, merchants need a little nudge to get things fixed. This is a great way to help motivate businesses quickly to address their card reader mounting.ADA.Gov Report Form
You can order (202) 370-6249 your ADA Stand by phone or buy online. Getting an ADA POS Reader Stand is better done sooner than later.Contact Us