An AC plug is used to power all micro market kiosks, although some have a battery back-up system used to run when the power goes out. Additionally, an internet connection is required by all micro market installations and the kiosks use a category 5 ethernet cable with standard RJ-45 connectors. Many offer an offline queuing feature, which allows the kiosk to operate properly even if an internet connection is lost. This lets the kiosk hold the purchase transactions in queue until the online connection is restored.
Choosing a kiosk
The look and feel of each micro market kiosk differs. Therefore, it’s important to know what you can expect from all the kiosks and what you can choose. This allows you to establish the best customer experience as well as ensure the operational systems that work best in your organization. More information allows you to make an educated decision, so read on for the specific non-standard features available on the most popular micro market kiosks out there.