Billcon, a global leader manufacturing banking machines, now creates new currency counter DL-2000, which is designed for excellent performance in various needs of counting requirement.
Applying Billcon's own unique severe quality control system, DL-2000 ensures accurate/reliable cash counting process.
1- Amrotec MiB-9 Currency Discriminator Counter with Counterfeit Detection Counting Speed 1200 notes/min Counterfeit Detections CIS, MR-UV-MG-IR - Two Pocket
2- Amrotec MiB 11V Currency Discriminator Counter Bank level with high-performance, high-speed & heavy-duty with Counterfeit Detection Counting Speed 1200 to 1500 notes/min Counterfeit Detections 2 CIS, MR-UV-MG-IR - Two Pocker
3- LIDIX ML-1V Currency Discriminator Bank Level high-performance, high-speed & heavy-duty with Counting Speed 1,200 to 1,500 notes/min Counterfeit Detections CIS, MG, UV, MT, IR
4- SeeTech Isniper currency discriminator Bank grade, High quality, single pocket mixed counting with Speed 1000 note/min Counterfeit Detections CIS, MG, UV, IR - One Pocket
LIDIX ML-1V 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 redlight and CF in screen will reject to upper bin insted of stopping. We recommend this unit to Large Banks, Merchant line in Banks, Car Washes, and Credit Unions. Discriminator CurreSuperior Performance with Authenticity Detection option. The unit is equipped with quick booting system. It has 6 Different Image Acquisition. Optional up to 20 different Currency processing.
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You may owe use tax on purchases you made from out-of-state or Internet sellers. Use tax is similar to the sales tax paid on purchases you make in California. You may report use tax on your income tax return instead of filing a use tax return with the State Board of Equalization.
California's sales tax generally applies to the sale of merchandise, including vehicles, in the state. California's use tax applies to the use, storage, or other consumption of those same kinds of items in the state. Generally, if sales tax would apply when you buy physical merchandise in California, use tax applies when you make a similar purchase without tax from a business located outside the state. For example, you would owe use tax when:
The California use tax is generally the liability of the purchaser and must be paid either directly to the seller from whom the physical merchandise was purchased or directly to the Board of Equalization (BOE) if the retailer is not required to collect and report California tax.
Use tax is not new. The California use tax law became effective on July 1, 1935.
The use tax is intended to protect California sellers who otherwise would be at a competitive disadvantage when out-of-state sellers make sales of goods to California customers without charging tax. The use tax also assures that all consumers in the state contribute fairly to the funding of state and local programs whether they choose to make purchases in California or outside the state.