Bank exchange Display board
A digital currency rate board/panel is used to display foreign exchange rates an LCD or LED monitor. These boards can also be used to display flight price information, interest rates and lottery results.
Note counting machine
A currency-counting machine is a machine that counts money-either stacks of banknotes or loose collections of coins. Counters may be purely mechanical or use electronic components. The machines typically provide a total count of all money, or count off specific batch sizes for wrapping and storage.
Check scanner machine
A Checks scanner utilizes magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) to read the data on a check. Basically, this MICR technology reads the MICR line on the check, which includes such data as the check number, bank number, and routing number.
The Check scanner also reads non-MICR information such as the person’s name and address, phone number, and check number. The scanner then takes this information and either saves it in a file or clipboard, which can later be sent to various applications, email, or the web. In essence, the scanner has just created a database of information for all your customers who pay by check.
Counterfeit note detection
A counterfeit money detector can come in many forms, but in its essence, it’s a machine that detects the security features of bank notes in order to determine whether any given bill is counterfeit or genuine. It uses one or several different methods of detection to verify bank notes through their security features.
Some of these methods include UV, watermark, and metal thread detection. The more methods of detection that are used, the more accurate the machine will be as it is able to verify more security features.