CASH HANDLING: Innovative readies for Coin-Op show

Cash handling equipment provider, Innovative Technology will be exhibiting at the Autumn CoinOp Show (ACOS) on 11-12th October 2017 at Stamford Bridge.

The company will have its cash handling and ticketing product range on display for visitors and industry peers on Stand 2.

Andy Bullock, business development manager, commented: “We are excited to be participating at Autumn CoinOp this year, this is the fourth time we have exhibited and I am expecting a lot of interest in our products. ACOS is an excellent networking opportunity, it allows us to display our latest products and gather feedback from industry professionals in an informal setting.”

Highlights on the stand will include a number of popular cash validation products including the NV9 and NV10 range which boast enhanced sensing technology and a high acceptance rate. Ticketing has remained a hot topic for the industry and the company’s modular approach to product design means customers already using the widely used NV9 USB+ banknote validators can easily add ticket printing capabilities. The NV12+ is a revolutionary compact validator and ticket printer that reduces operational costs by eliminating hopper starvation and reducing cash handling tasks.

In addition to the company’s validator and combined products, ITL will be demonstrating its standalone coupon printing solution, CR-158. This compact coupon printer is available with two different bezel options, to suit both the European and US markets. The unit’s high-quality Seiko print mechanism is field proven and free ticket template software allows unlimited branding opportunities.

“As well as our combined validator/printer products, the separate printers can cater towards specific operator needs. In particular, the CR-158 is suited to those will less space available in their machines”, explained Bullock.

The company’s newest product, the NV200 Spectral will also be on display at the show. Visitors can see the state of the art spectral sensors which provide complete note image capture by scanning over 4.8 million datapoints to authenticate the validity of notes. The unit boasts  more than 99 per cent first time acceptance of new and street grade notes with a note to note processing time of 2 seconds. It also delivers fraud protection by using optical and mechanical anti-strimming technology.

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