Toshiba IBS-210 count US currency and also will display the total in US Dollars. You can Sort the currency at sorting mode. It can also separate in single mode if the same currency is not recognized. While counting also will identify counterfeit bills and with red light and CF in screen will reject to upper bin instead of stopping. We recommend this unit to Large Banks, Merchant line in Banks, Car Washes, and Credit Unions.
Extra Options: Piece counting (Check Counter), Touch Screen Display
The MT detector is used to check certain metallic components (magnetism) on the passing banknotes. MR stands for Magneto-resistive equipped with a long MR sensor which is an array of 4 MG heads into one. It scans most part of US bills to check for certain magnetic properties for suspect bill detection.
IR-array Sensor (Infra-Red Array Sensor)
IR sensor which appears to look like the CIS image sensor. This IR sensor
is a combination of 128 sets of IR-LEDs light source transmission array and emitter and check security features of banknotes with different lights, particularly checking IR-pattern that is embedded in all of US bill denominations. If mismatching of IR-pattern is detected, the bill is determined to be a suspect
It scans the surface of passing banknote and compares the data obtained with pre-data stored in system memory in
determining bill denomination and it’s value. The technology and method used in such bill determination is engineering
secret. This CIS sensor is also used to check certain properties for suspect bill detection. The location of the sensors is
located on the upper bill module where banknotes transport through.