From Claws Mail FAQ
Revision as of 21:53, 8 October 2012 by Callousgas49 (Talk | contribs)

Jump to: navigation, search

Bill Counters save time and boost accuracy by counting stacks of currency, checks, or even coupons. They eliminate mistakes caused by manually counting each bill piece by piece. Material is placed to the tray of the counter and the machine takes the money up with the machine, counting, batching, adding, and, in some machines, even finding for legitimacy. Some devices are designed to exclusively handle US currency, while others can be used worldwide. Each machine is designed using a type of currency in mind and also separate levels of security.

Choosing the best What type of material do I need to become counted? Bill counters not only have the capability to count currency. A few machines count coupons, assessments, or other documents that fulfill the machine???s size needs. One major difference between bill counters is its ability to process Us all banknotes versus banknotes from around the world. Equipment that can handle International foreign currency come with digital options to customize the counter to the length and width of the bill you have to be counted.

How many bills must i process at a time and at what speed? Each machine is designed to process a certain amount of banknotes per minute. The amount of banknotes the hopper can input to the machine varies from the amount the actual stacker can hold once the bills have been run through the bill counting machine. The stacker is a place for the debts to pause before somebody manually removes them from the machine for continued digesting or bundling.

What is the level of protection you need to feel confident that your money is protected? Creating counterfeit currency is a serious crime, and unfortunately, with continuous scientific advances, it is very easy for someone to pass on a fake bill since legitimate at a quick glimpse. There is a machine for every amount of protection to ensure that your money is actually legitimate. See options under under the heading, "Types of Detection", to be able to pinpoint the level that is good for you.

Do you want your machine to be able to sort bills, create or even add batches? Electronic or digital models come with features to sort denominations, put in a series of batches, display the degree of authenticity, and show the current count.

Will you need the bill counter to work with larger money handling devices for continued processing? Several bill counters come equipped with a good interface kit to straight connect the machine to other money handling machines or a computer regarding continued processing. The software kit supplies a point of interaction for the bill counter and money dealing with machines to work together.