An overview of the Terminals currently installed & used by your Organization.
Administrative privileges required to see (or use) this function.
GB Cloud customers: use the “Duplicate Terminal” function to add Terminals as needed.
Add a new terminal to your CAS network.
A “Fiat Setting”, a “Crypto Setting”, “AML/KYC Setting”, and a “Location” must exist before attempting to add a Terminal. You won’t be able to save the settings without those items.
Type in the new terminal's serial number exactly as displayed (i.e. “BT901001”).
Click “CREATE”. The CAS will take a moment to create an entry in the CAS database.
ALL TERMINALS TRANSACTIONS
Display all transactions for all BATM's listed.
Display aggregated information about your trades.
Enable & assign tags to Terminals to quickly sort & inspect them.
Activate (or deactivate) groups of Terminals as needed.
Terminals are sorted by Serial Number with the following summaries and totals:
Status: a color-coded icon reflecting the state of the terminal
Online - all is normal.
Inactive - the Terminal is deactivated in CAS.
Offline - the BATM is off, offline, or unpaired.
Unpaired - the Terminal is setup; ready to connect the BATM.
Serial Number: the number of the BATM as seen by the software
Note: hovering over the serial number will briefly display the current BATM software version
The “T” icon is a shortcut for quickly drilling down into the Terminal’s transactions
Balance: a transaction is in progress, and this is the amount of fiat involved.
Buy In: the amount of fiat submitted to the BATM
Buy Out: the amount of crypto sent out by the BATM
Sell In: the amount of crypto received (two-way BATMs only).
Sell Out: the amount of fiat dispensed (two-way BATMs only).
Cashbox Repletion: the percentage of the cashbox filled.
Days To Full Cashbox: an estimate of the time left to a full cashbox.
Location: a user-defined description of the BATM assigned spot (see CAS:Locations).
Ping Duration: a “heartbeat” that basically shows whether the BATM is alive (or accessible). A ping delay up to 4 seconds (4000ms) is not abnormal, and just shows the current network state.
Connected At: the time and date the terminal was brought live.
Actions: remote control of the BATM.
More detail: https://generalbytes.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/ESD/pages/2747138079