On-the-Go Payments

This portable credit card reader makes it easy to process payments wherever you go.


Tri-Comm Capability

Advanced wireless capabilities offer a reliable WiFi connection you can depend on.



This high-end terminal features built-in NFC technology that accepts contactless payments.

The DejaVoo Z8 comes with everything you need to get started, including a built-in receipt printer and barcode scanner. This powerful terminal supports today’s most popular payment methods—magstripe cards, EMV chip cards, and contactless options. And for businesses needing to process transactions on the go, its tri-comm capabilities will keep you connected. If you're looking for a reliable terminal, the DejaVoo Z8 is the perfect solution!

DejaVoo Z8 Tri Comm Terminal Technical Specification

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Brand Manual

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Operating System

Linux based OS


7.5" x 3" x 3"


0.77 lbs


Dial, IP, WiFi

Contactless / NFC



32 bits 400MHz Secure Microprocessor


192 MB of Memory (128 MB RAM / 64 MB DDR RAM)

Card Readers

EMV and NFC Contactless Built In – EMV 4.x L1 and L2 certified

Printer specs

Graphical Printer 2.25" x 80' | Speed: 4"/second

Third-party payment(s)

Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Wallet, Visa payWave, MasterCard PayPass

Fee-Recovery Method(s)

Cash Discount and Surcharge

Compatible Platform(s)

TSYS and First Data




Frequently Asked Questions

You can accept every major card—Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover.

With DejaVoo Z8, it’s recommended you use thermal paper rolls that are 2.25 in. x 80 ft. or less.

For details about your specific issue, please refer to the DejaVoo Z8 user manual.

For Ethernet:

  1. From the main menu, press OK to go to the Core Menu.
  2. Use the downfacing arrow button to highlight “Utility” and select it.
  3. Use the arrow button to highlight “Communications” and select it.
  4. Next, highlight and select “Local Params.”
  5. Highlight and select “Ethernet.”
    1. For Mode: Click OK.
    2. For Static IP: Highlight and select “Static Params.”
  6. If DCHP, click OK. If Static, press the downfacing arrow to highlight and select “Static.”
  7. Select F2 for “Yes” or F4 for “No.”
  8. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the desired option and select OK.


For WiFi:

  1. From the main menu, press the green button to access the Core Menu.
  2. Press 4 for “Utility.”
  3. Press 3 for “Communications.”
  4. Press 2 for “Local Params.”
  5. Press 3 for “WiFi.”
  6. Press 1 for “Scan Network.”
  7. Tap on the network to which you’d like to connect from the list.
  8. Press 2 for “Configure.”
  9. Press 1 for “Set Password.”
  10. Use the keypad to input the network’s password. Click the green button when complete.
  11. Press the yellow back button and select “Connect.”
  12. Press F2 to confirm the network connection.

The IP address should not display with zeros and show as connected.

  1. From the main menu, press OK to go to the Core Menu.
  2. Use the downfacing arrow button to highlight “Utility” and select it.
  3. Use the arrow key to highlight “Settings” and select it.
  4. Highlight and select “Date and Time.”
  5. Click OK if the date is correct. If the date is incorrect, use the yellow backspace button to clear it, then input the correct date in a MM/DD/YY format.
  6. Click OK if the time is correct. If the time is incorrect, use the yellow backspace button to clear, then put in the correct time using the 24-hour clock format.

  1. Insert the USB drive. Locate the USB drive on your list of drives, and select it.
  2. Create a new folder entitled “Download” in your USB root directory.
  3. If you haven’t already, download the TPN file (Terminal Profile) from the STEAM system. Place the TPN file into the Download folder on the USB root directory.
  4. In your Z series terminal packaging, find the Mini B USB to A USB adaptor.
  5. Turn over the device. Plug the Mini B USB end into the Mini A USB 1 port found on the underside of the terminal.
  6. Turn the terminal right side up and make sure it is powered on.
  7. Eject your USB drive from your computer.
  8. Insert the USB drive into the A end of the adaptor connected to the terminal. The device will display “Reading USB Directory.”
  9. The TPN file you placed in the Download folder will appear on the terminal display.
  10. Tap “TPN” on the terminal screen.
  11. The terminal will ask if there are any updates. Tap “Yes.”
  12. The terminal will now download the software, restart, and ask you to confirm the date and time.
  13. Once the terminal returns to the main screen, it will automatically communicate processing a “Key Exchange.”
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