Jump to your product of choice:
A currency- counter is a machine that counts money, either a loose collection of coins or stacks of banknotes. They can be electrical or mechanical. They give the total of the notes run through and even check for destroyed and counterfeit currencies.
A coin counter may refer to a device that counts and at the same time sorts coins, but it could also refer to a machine that only counts coins of the same size that have been presorted.
A typical counter has an opening on the edge of the bowl that is wide enough to only allow a coin at a time to pass through. This machine uses a bowl with a flat spinning disc at the bottom to distribute the coins around the perimeter of the bowl.
Coins pass through a spring-loaded cam or a light beam counter that only accepts one coin at a go. A good machine counts up to 300 coins per minute.
A coin sorter is a machine that sorts out random denominations of coins into separate tubes or bins. These machines are usually specific to a country's currency due to different countries having similar sized coins of different denominations.
These sorters have a display screen that shows the value and number of the coins passing through the machine.
UV scanners are the most commonly used to detect counterfeit currencies. Except for the
$1, all other notes have a UV stripe embedded in the banknote.
It is visible with a backlight but when a UV light is held over it, it becomes illuminated and can easily be identified as a genuine note. If there is no stripe seen against a UV light, then it is a counterfeit.
Get Your Currency Counter Today
Our knowledgeable sales staff value the opportunity to discuss your exact needs at your convenience.Increase your staff's productivity by introducing one of our advanced cash handling solutions.
From currency counting, sorting to coin sorting and packaging we can meet both your needs and your budget!Our goal is to provide you a comprehensive solution to all of your cash handling solution needs! Please contact us directly with any questions that you may have! 800-359-0364 or firstname.lastname@example.org