31 July 2014

Cummins Allison ships two pocket currency scanner

25 March 2014  |  738 views  |  0 Source: Cummins Allison

Cummins Allison, the leading innovator and provider of coin and currency handling solutions, today introduced the JetScan iFX i200 currency scanner for the UK market.

The two-pocket currency scanner utilises revolutionary imaging technology to denominate notes more quickly and effectively, resulting in greater productivity for cash-handling operations. The compact two-pocket scanner brings vault-grade currency scanning to any cash room, no matter what the size.

The JetScan iFX i200 counts, sorts and faces 1,200 mixed notes per minute - at least 20 percent faster than other desktop scanners. In addition to its speed, the JetScan iFX i200 features two sorting pockets and the lowest note rejection rate in the industry, resulting in fewer stops when processing large batches of currency.

Cummins Allison UK managing director, Andrew Crowson said, "We talked with our customers when developing the JetScan iFX i200 to identify features that would simplify machine operation and deliver higher productivity gains. The result is a currency processor that exceeds their expectations."

The JetScan iFX i200 is part of a Cummins Allison family of products built upon a breakthrough imaging technology platform. Imaging is a superior method to read and denominate notes, resulting in less downtime due to rejects and no-calls of poor-quality notes.

Crowson also points out the JetScan iFX platform is designed to accommodate future capabilities with simple software upgrades. "Customers purchasing JetScan iFX equipment can be confident that they have invested in a product capable of growing with their operations." 

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