Currency Discriminator Counters provide a total currency value of mixed banknotes, including those that are upside down. Most our currency counters can also detect counterfeit notes either magnetically and/or using blacklight. Blacklight (UV) based detectors exploit the fact that in many countries, real banknotes have fluorescent symbols on them that only show under a black light. Also, the paper used for printing money does not contain any of the brightening agents which make commercially available papers fluoresce under black light. Both features make counterfeit notes both easier to detect and more difficult to successfully produce. A stack of notes are placed in the hopper top of the machine, and then one note at a time is mechanically pulled through the machine. By counting the number of times a beam of light is interrupted, the machine can count the notes. By comparing an image of each denomination to pattern recognition criteria, the machine can ascertain denominations and identify counterfeits. Bank note Sorter machine could also sort notes according to their value and remove counterfeit or heavily damaged notes. Many of these features are present in today’s currency counting machines, some of which can detect a note's security features (magnetic ink, ultraviolet ink, magnetic strip, note density etc.) to identify counterfeit and damaged notes. With user-friendly functions and display, it can be customized in your needs. ACE Business Machines will help you to selected the best unit for a high volume applications and can be used by banks, credit unions, casinos, large retailers and other industries.