Nautilus Hyosung Halo ATM  
  • Nautilus Hyosung Halo II ATM

    Features and Specifications
  • call 888-336-4872 to purchase
  • UL 291 Business Hours Safe, Electronic Lock, Cencon Lock, S&G Lock, Dip type card reader
    EMV Card Reader Level 1, 2 Compliant
  • 1,000 note removable cassette, 1,000 note drawer, 2,000 note removable cassette, Upgradeable to 3 cassettes
  • 10.1" (diagonal) TFT LCD panel.
  • Microsoft┬« Window┬« CE6.0, electronic journal
  • Dial-Up (Optional Pre-Dial Function) TCP/IP (SSL Configurable) Wireless Capable
  • Height: 54.2" Width: 15.7" Depth: 23.4" Weight 265 lbs.
  • Order the Halo II by September 30, 2015 and get a 30 month parts only extended warranty.

Nautilus Halo II ATM

Nautilus Hyosung HALO II

The newest ATM on is the Nautilus Hyosung Halo II. The original Halo was named after the recessed lighted keypad area that rotated through various colors. The Nautilus Hyosung Halo 2 has an LED border around the keypad which replaces the original design. While the first Halo had an EMV card reader as an option, the Halo II comes with an EMV card reader as a standard feature. The Halo II is perfect for upgrading to a new EMV ATM when your old ATM cannot be upgraded to 2016 EMV card reader standards.

The Halo II is built with readily available parts. The same parts found in other Nautilus Hyosung ATM machines.
This ATM is now one of our favorites because of the fresh design, but from a monetary standpoint, the Nautilus Hyosung Halo makes a lot of sense. The Halo series phased out the NH 1800 series, but used the some of the same parts as an NH 1800. So NH 1800 spare parts will work in the original Halo machine, and some will work in a Halo II. Call us toll free about the Nautilus Hyosung Halo II at 888-336-4872
Halo II ATM by Nautilus Hyosung
Nautilus Hyosung designed this ATM to be eye catching with the "halo" of light around the keypad assembly.
The Nautilus Hyosung Halo II features a few other innovations besides the halo of light outline. The Halo II ATM will come with an EMV card reader and a large 10.1 inch wide screen display. The ATM will be introducing a new digital receipt feature that allows the user to capture a QR code for the transaction and then display the receipt on a mobile device. An NFC reader is an optional feature.
Halo II side view

Nautilus Hyosung Halo II ATM

This ATM is available for immediate purchase. The Halo line replaced the NH 1800 series of ATM machines. Most of the parts inside a Halo I and NH1800 are interchangeable which should help repair costs to stay low. The display is larger than the NH 1800 measuring in at 10.1 inches diagonal. Another feature that will save money is the EMV card reader that now comes with the Halo as a standard feature. According to Wikipedia: EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa, a global standard for inter-operation of integrated circuit cards (IC cards or "chip cards") and IC card capable point of sale (POS) terminals and automated teller machines (ATMs), for authenticating credit and debit card transactions. By the fall of 2016, any ATM machine that has a card reader not capable of reading EMV cards will need that card reader replaced with an EMV compliant one. The Halo II comes with a compliant EMV card reader as standard equipment.