In everyday working with banknotes, it often can happen that you have to deal counterfeit money. Often this fact becomes to a problematic situation. Anyone who communicates, knowingly or not, with counterfeit bills, is often treated initially as suspected and must reckon with appropriate consequences. A cash counter is not only because of this very useful but also can be worth by timely detected counterfeit money. Another quite important aspect is the payback through time savings in daily counting. So meaning always when time can be saved, are fewer labor costs. Through this circumstance is therefore called a payback of a cash counter. Of course, it is also worthwhile for independent and small entrepreneurs who can often deduct wages only. The fact remains just that with time savings in daily money counting more time for more important remains.
Cash counter: the technical differences
An umbrella term cash counter is a broad term and can be used for many different equipment. Which equipment is available, for which application area it is recommended, which type of devices are there? Answering this question comprehensively, would go beyond the scope of this here set framework. Let's focus again on the standardized use, namely back-office field. There are two main differences: Mixed value cash counter & single counting machines. Cash counters for unsorted notes are devices which count mixed banknotes aswell report total amount in display. Single counters, simply count number pieces and therefore one recommendes to sort bills beforehand. In relation of mix-value counters must also be differentiate between detection methods. Technically a lot of ways to determine the amount of a banknote are possible. Valued recognition by measuring (height and width) the notes: Using a specially designed sensor, cash counter measured each money-note within moments and so assign its factor. Another value detection method, color of the banknote are reliably determined by attaching the necessary color sensor. Often these two mentioned methods are combined with high-quality banknotes counting. There is also the possibility for euro banknotes to read its security thread (also called Magnetic code) and thereby to determine values. A highlight is still a bank note scanner (bsp. VC 10000 series). This cash counter equipped with a duplex scanner and actually scans each bill quickly during the counting up and down. By comparison the worth recognition takes place. This enables very precise counting results could be realized.