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Hess has brought two new products to
the market to assist on the casino floor.
Firstly, the HESS Bill Breaker allows
customers to change large banknote
denominations into smaller
denominations in order to be able to
insert in the right amount into gaming
This means there is no need to go to
the cash desk which leads to customers
queuing rather than playing the
machines. Not only that, but reliability is
not an issue as the HESS Bill breaker is
manufactured with the best components
available on the market and assures a
trouble-free operation.
For the operator there is an easy-to-use
16 button keyboard for entering refills,
checking audits etc. accessible by
opening top audit door which has no
access to any cash. There is a full audit
trail, including all notes-in by
denomination and total; a notes-out total;
notes-in history and two dispense
cassette float amounts. Audits are
available for on screen viewing or
printing via the printer port.
Second up from Hess is the Express
Series Currency Counter HE 303 an ingeniously developed and robust
counter that combines a normal currency counter with a fully functional
currency sorter in one unit. This is a currency counter that can be used
in normal applications, to count banknotes in a teller’s counter, or in
demanding applications such as ATM loading, fitness sorting, mixed
deposits or value balancing and dispensing.
Its array of detectors ensures that the notes processed are genuine and
categorized according to their
exact parameters. Notes
processed wind up in one of the
three fully configurable pockets,
depending on their value,
condition, face, orientation or
authenticity. A key-press is only
required to select the desired
function of the HE 303.
The advanced configuration
and design of the HE 303
enables the operation of the
machine in three different
configurable modes of operation,
at the press of a key. These are:
• Normal and value counter – the unit simply counts the total of
acceptable notes processed and displays their value and/or total piece-
count. The unit can also be used as a dispensing value counter, with the
second stacker rejecting the rogue denominations or normal rejects.
• Denomination sorter – the machine separates the notes according to
their value, or face and orientation. This mode of operation enhances
the ‘counting’ uses of a normal counter.
• Condition sorter – The condition-sorting mode enables the unit to
perform functions and fulfill requirements usually only available in
sorting machines. Sorting preset levels increase the performance and the
security, while maintaining the efficiency and ease of use.
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