Equip your kitchen with the industry’s most durable all-in-one kitchen display system (KDS). The Oracle MICROS Express Station 400 is simple to install and is purpose-built with long-life embedded components to withstand excessive exposure to heat, humidity, grease, liquids, and heavy use.
Optimize kitchen workflows, food quality, and speed of service. Prioritize color coded orders and updates from your restaurant POS system, website, and mobile apps in real time. Use predefined cook timings to break down each order, prioritize preparation tasks, and automatically alert kitchen staff about ticket times that have exceeded your restaurant’s standards.
The Oracle MICROS Express Station 400 is the latest addition to the Oracle MICROS line of kitchen display systems. With its expansive 24-inch display, optimized design for clean cable management, and industry-leading operating temperature range, the Express Station 400 is the ideal choice for kitchen applications.
The Oracle MICROS Express Station is available with either a PCAP touchscreen or standard LCD display. With an internal power supply, ventless design, and IP-54 rating, it is sealed against humidity, grease, and other airborne contaminants, making it safe to place at any prep station. It's industry-standard VESA 100 pattern allows for various KDS mounting options and also features the Oracle MICROS quick-release function to allow for simple stand mounting.
Our extensive portfolio of KDS mounts provides kitchens with the flexibility to install anywhere in the kitchen, including window sills, ceilings, walls, and wire-racks.
Control the angle and location of your restaurant order display system with a sturdy handle under the screen. Easily mount our 10-key or 20-key bump bar to the handle to control our KDS on a standard LCD display.
Attach an optional integrated soundbar to the bottom of your KDS to give your kitchen staff audio alerts about new tickets, changes to tickets in progress, and tickets that have exceeded allowable prep time. Our thin soundbar includes 2 front-facing water-resistant 2.5 watt stereo speakers, two front-facing microphones, and an I/R proximity sensor.
The Oracle MICROS Express Station 400 features optional integrated peripherals for additional expansion. The MSR and fingerprint reader can be seamlessly implemented on the rear of the unit.
Both touchscreen and non-touch LCD units are 23.8 inches with 1920x1080 resolution and can operate in landscape or portrait orientations. Touchscreen units are capable of 10 simultaneous touch points, and the non-touch LCD all-in-one features a durable glass cover to protect the LCD from damage. The anti-glare finish improves visibility in bright locations while reducing stress on the user’s eye and minimizes the appearance of fingerprints.
Ingress protection testing measures a product’s ability to protect against the infiltration of water, dust, and foreign objects. The first "5" rating in IP-54 means complete protection from solid materials and dust. The second "4" rating in IP-54 shows no harmful effects from being exposed to jets of water.
Because the Express Station 400 is rated for use in high-heat (60° celsius), it is suitable for a wider variety of kitchen applications versus competitive products.
Fanless systems are quieter and eliminate the circulation of dust, pathogens, grease, and humidity throughout the system. Fanless systems also have improved shock and vibrating resistance, reduced power consumption, and increased overall reliability.
The Express Station 400 includes a wide variety of connectivity options, including 4 USB Type A ports, 1G Ethernet, Serial ports and a USB Type C featuring DisplayPort capability for connecting a second display. An Oracle MICROS IDN port allows quick connectivity to Oracle MICROS kitchen printers.
The Oracle MICROS Express 400 KDS houses its power supply inside the casework, protecting it from heat, spills, and water spray when cleaning the kitchen.
The Express Station 400 is built on the embedded Intel IoT roadmap, built for long-life availability (15 years) in embedded use conditions and meets the increasing requirements for graphics, audio, and computing capabilities.
The Oracle MICROS Express 400 KDS includes 4GB of memory with room for an additional 4GB. It also includes 64GB of SSD storage.
Detect the removal of any modular components such as magnetic stripe readers or fingerprint scanners. Also detect any opening of the casework.
Simphony does more than help servers manage tables, send orders to the kitchen, and process payments. It helps restaurateurs analyze sales trends, forecast inventory needs, update menus and pricing, manage employees, and execute effective loyalty programs.
$1 workstations, $1 tablets, and self-service kiosks from Oracle MICROS deliver the durable POS hardware capabilities your restaurant needs. As cloud-based hardware solutions, they can connect with Oracle MICROS Express kitchen displays to send orders and receive updates from anywhere in real time.
Simphony is ready to connect with your preferred payment gateways, online ordering platforms, delivery services, gift and loyalty programs, reservation apps, and more.
The Oracle Cloud Marketplace offers a broad collection of fully vetted Simphony integration partners. Shaping your POS system to fit the needs of your restaurant has never been easier.
Simphony Point of Sale from Oracle is an ideal POS system for restaurateurs looking to deliver an online ordering experience that meets the highest customer service and brand standards.
Key benefits for digital dining:
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Key benefits for QSRs:
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Key benefits for casual dining restaurants:
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Key benefits for fine dining restaurants:
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Key benefits for franchise restaurants:
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Key benefits for bars, cafés, and nightclubs:
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Key benefits for sports and entertainment venues:
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Key benefits for transportation hubs:
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Key benefits for hotels, casinos and cruise ships:
Cloud-based kitchens across the globe have chosen Oracle MICROS POS kitchen display systems to run their restaurants efficiently. Let us help you replace your old kitchen printers with the optimal KDS for your restaurant.