Setup of the Tejo involves removing it from the crate, powering up and connecting to internet, anchoring the machine in place, and configuring the admin. Let's get started!
Opening the crate
To uncrate your Tejo, with the crate laid flat, begin by removing the top panel by prying the metal hooks with a screwdriver and lifting off.
With assistance, stand the crate upright on the side marked 'bottom side when opening'. Remove by sliding the machine forward from the crate platform.
Inside the crate, you'll find an accessories box, containing:
- 1 x microfiber cloth
- 4 x bolts
- 2 x lock keys
- 1 x key card
Save the key card that comes in this box and securely back up its contents, as the information on it is required to order new keys. Don't mix it with key cards from other cryptomats until you record which one this card came from.
Connect to power and internet
Once in place, connect the Tejo to power and Ethernet via the ports located on the back. It will boot automatically.
After the machine boots to the 'Congratulations' screen, insert one of the included keys into the small keyhole on the machine's left side and turn.
With it unlocked, gently pull forwards on the indentation on the side of the door to open.
Unlocking the vault
If your vault has a standard Wittkopp lock
Tap the default code 123456, twist the lock panel to the right, and pull up on the metal bar to open.
For notes on changing the default code, consult the article 'Configuring the Wittkopp lock'.
If you have a Cencon lock upgrade
Read our article 'Configuring the Cencon lock' for details on opening the vault and setting up access codes.
With the front door and vault open on the machine, you can take a look at where your cash boxes are, to understand what each does.
On the right side, you'll find your validator cash box, this holds the bills that you'll be collecting from customers in exchange for cryptocurrency. The standard validator cash box has a maximum capacity of 1,000 bills, and the large cash box has its capacity up to 3,000 bills.
On the left side (two-way machines only), you'll find your dispenser cash cassettes, which hold the bills that you'll be dispensing to customers in exchange for cryptocurrency.
There are two, three, or four of these, depending on the capacity you chose, and each hold just one dedicated denomination (for example, one may hold only 20s, another may hold only 100s and so on). Each of these can be filled with up to 500 notes at once.
You may remove the cash-in (validator) cash box by first removing and discarding the blue tape found on either side of the cash box, then pulling straight out on its green handle.
Remove the cash-out (dispenser) cassettes by pushing in slightly on their black portion, while then pushing their green buttons.
Reinsert the cash box and cassettes such that they lock into place.
Pairing with your admin
If you haven't yet done so, follow our Admin Setup Guide to create a server which hosts your admin, settings, and wallets.
Once you've configured your admin, generate a pairing code from its 'Add a machine' panel and take a photo of the resulting QR code.
Press the Initialize button on the Tejo's screen.
After about a minute, you'll see a Pairing screen. Press the Scan, and hold up the photo of the pairing QR code to connect it to your admin.
Follow further articles in our Admin Features section to fully configure your machine for transactions, including setting up support for cash-out.
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