Title III and 508 ICT

Federal Regulations and Assistive Technology Requirements

Public, Retail, etc: Title III of the ADA prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability by public accommodations and requires places of public accommodation and commercial facilities to be designed, constructed, as well as altered in compliance with the ADA accessibility standards.  The U.S. Department of Justice enforces ADA regulations governing state and local government services public accommodations, retail, etc. (Title III).

Federal, DOD, MWR, GSA: Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. § 794d) requires federal agencies to develop, procure, maintain or use Information and Communications Technology (ICT) that is accessible to people with disabilities – regardless of whether or not they work for the federal government.

The U.S. Access Board is responsible for developing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility standards to incorporate into regulations that govern Federal procurement practices.

Merchants, -the payments industry, POS equipment distributors and others like state and local level that work additional codes are not aware of what is required for accessible POS card and PIN reader mounting. We are here to change that. 

Most are told and believe that Reach and Range requirements are all that is needed for ADA compliance along with typical tilt and swivel-based stands. 

What reach and range is really used for in the case of POS is the independently accessible assistive technology available within the Reach and Range guidelines. 

See the below list of the required elements we engineered into our Dismount Point of Sale Mounting to meet the requirements for compliances. There is more than the ADA and 508 ICT which was half the battle of ensuring the payment card industry requirements are met as well as the ISO standards. We did that. 

Assistive mounting elements involved in Dismount is intensive and we rolled it all into our POS card and PIN reader ease of use and privacy assistive mounting technology.

  • ADA 309 Operable Part U-Shape Pull (handle).
  • ADA 309.4 Operation requirements.
  • 302.8 – Limited Reach and Strength.
  • 302.2 508 ICT Limited Vision | ADA Visual Accommodation.
  • Our patented Dismount (combined release) with the U-Shape Pull and Operation Requirements.
  • PCI-SSC Securing the POS reader device.
  • PCI SSC + PCI-PTS (POI) ability to PIN shield using hands/ body.
  • ISO 9564-1-2017 Anti-Shoulder surfing and PIN mgmt.

Our engineering and intensive research skillsets speak volumes in clearly meeting the Federal ADA – 508 ICT requirements and the PCI and ISO requirements. Years of live-store testing resulting in an all positive was our greenlight go time. 

Enjoy knowing you’ll own true high-grade business Card and PIN reader performance with our ADA and 508 ICT accessibility compliant POS card and PIN reader mounting solutions. Good businesses stay on top of customer needs and where it really counts are at the checkouts.

Dismount works with all attended and unattended, Countertops, SSTMs, ATM’s, Kiosks, Self-Checkouts, At-the-pump, etc. Built-in Fixed and Movable Fixed.

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302.8 limited reach and strength is a major factor.
Click for information specific to California additional requirements.

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