Welcome to the ShinePay PowerPay Installation Guide. This guide will walk you through each step needed to install a PowerPay module with any Machine. The PowerPay installation requires a certified electrician to complete the setup. Always proceed with caution while working with live power.
NOTE: Steps 2 and 5 would display our PowerPay PS1 (120v) to demo the setup which is also applicable for PowerPay PS2 (220V).
The PowerPay module controls your appliance by controlling the power to your appliance. This allows you to accept payments on any appliance that takes power. The PowerPay module is located inside a pre-packaged junction box. The final installation looks like the setup below. You have two options for the installation:
Option A (below): Wire your PowerPay module to a single outlet which will control whichever machine is plugged into the outlet.
Option B: Hardwire your appliance directly to the PowerPay module.
Open the junction box by loosening the 4 screws
Once the junction box is open you will see 6 screw terminals towards the top and right. This is where you will be connecting your appliance and power source. Each terminal is clearly labeled on the board for your reference
Surface mount your junction box to the wall. For best results, your PowerPay module should be within 15ft of your appliance.
Once your PowerPay is mounted to the wall feed the power source's Hot, Neutral and Ground wires into the junction box.
Feed the power source's Hot, Neutral, and Ground through the conduit where you will wire it to your outlet.
Follow the diagram below and connect the wires from the source and the wires going to the appliance accordingly.
Take note of the label number on the inside wall of your PowerPay (in this example 187643). Attach the matching QR label to your machine along with its 'Pay with your phone' label.
Screw the cover back onto your PowerPay module. Your PowerPay installation is now complete. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org