Secure Flex

Security Circuit

Parlex Secure-Flex™ is an innovative technology to increase security and provide the highest protection against intrusion and tampering of critical areas within payment terminals. Parlex Secure-Flex can be customized for any payment terminal, to protect the printed circuit board, smart card connector and keypads from tampering and data theft. Secure-Flex is the Point of Sale industry’s only technology to offer protection against peeling, drilling and piercing intrusion. Parlex Secure-Flex employs a unique breakable conductor technology, which disables the payment terminal if intrusion is attempted. The increased level of security provided by Secure-Flex exceeds industry standards including PCI PTS and Union Pay. Secure-Flex technology also allows the option to deploy random security circuit patterns as an additional barrier to potential intruders.

Available in Distribution
Units
Platforms / Part NumbersConstructionBase MaterialBase Substrate ColorEnvironmental Performance
(°C)
Line
(Width/Space)
Peeling Protection
SL SeriesSingle SidedPETBlack85150µm / 150µm, 250µm / 250µmConductor breakable within 10 mm
SF-DL01Single Sided
PET
Black
85150µm / 150µmConductor breakable within 10 mm
SF-SL-01Single Sided
PET
Black
85250µm / 250µmConductor breakable within 10 mm
Platforms / Part NumbersConstructionBase MaterialBase Substrate ColorEnvironmental Performance
(°F)
Line
(Width/Space)
Peeling Protection
SL SeriesSingle SidedPETBlack185.000000150µm / 150µm, 250µm / 250µmConductor breakable within 0.39 in
SF-DL01Single Sided
PET
Black
185.000000150µm / 150µmConductor breakable within 0.39 in
SF-SL-01Single Sided
PET
Black
185.000000250µm / 250µmConductor breakable within 0.39 in

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