This pocket-sized terminal is perfect for a business with limited space or on-the-go operations.


EMV & NFC Technology

EMV- and NFC-enabled, this device allows businesses to process chipped cards and contactless payments in a matter of seconds.


Enhanced Battery Life

With its powerful battery, this card reader is a practical, dependable option for mobile businesses.

The DejaVoo Z9 offers a wide range of features designed to suit the needs of any business. With a built-in printer and contactless payment technology, the terminal masterfully handles a variety of secure transactions. If you’re searching for a dynamic, reliable way to accept payments, the DejaVoo Z9 is one of the most valuable choices on the market!

DejaVoo Z9 Dual Comm Terminal Technical Specification

User Manual - Restaurants

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User Manual - Retail

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Download Guide

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Brand Manual

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Operating System

Linux based OS


6.3" x 3.07" x 2.64"


0.74 lbs


WiFi, 3G/4G

Contactless / NFC


Power Source

Yes; rechargeable


32 bits 400MHz Secure Microprocessor


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

Printer specs

Width: 1.89" | Speed: 4"/sec

Touchscreen specs

3.5” TFT LCD with PCT touch screen

Third-party payment(s)

Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay, 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.

Through the setup option, users can configure transaction options. The menu options found in the setup menu are as follows: security, card types, trans prompts, tips, and print options and parameters.

  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
  12. Press F2 to confirm the network connection.

Note: 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.

After connecting DejaVoo Z9 to a payment processor, you’ll gain access to a portal containing all transaction reports in one place. You can upload these reports into a separate program management software.

With DejaVoo Z9, it’s recommended you use thermal paper rolls that are 2.25 in. x 80 ft. or less.

After identifying the issue you’re experiencing, refer to the DejaVoo Z9 user manual.

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