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money Controls anD agi eXtenD Close
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Payments systems manufacturer Money Controls’ close relationship with Austrian Gaming Industries GmbH (AGI), the
wholly owned subsidiary of the Novomatic AG, was further enhanced when a senior management team from the compa-
ny recently visited AGI’s headquarters in Austria.
M
oney Controls Universal Hopper is used Many companies are retro-fitting the Ardac Elite
in nearly all AGI machines. European to existing machines in order to eliminate the
Sales Director Mike Innes said: “We need for costly upgrades.
are delighted that AGI continue to fit the Universal
Hopper to its machines. Its reliability and ability to At G2E in Las Vegas Money Controls announced
take a full range of coin sizes are among the main that the Ardac Elite can now be fully integrated
reasons that it continues to lead the market.” with the EASITRAX
®
Soft Count system (Money
Controls is licensed by MEI to use its EASITRAX
®

To date, the Universal Hopper has sold over 1.25 mil- Soft Count system). Using the RFID technology
lion units worldwide. It offers unrivalled performance fitted in its Smart Cashbox, this gives operators
including reduced operating costs and an extended operating life- the option of hands-free counting and a full audit trail on their
time. Among the Universal Hopper’s other attributes are its large cashboxes. The Ardac Elite’s unique image scanning capability
capacity – it can hold up to 1,200 Euros, 950 one pound coins, or already means that the last bill entered can be viewed via a PDA.
1,500 US 25 cent coins – as well as its high levels of security and However, at the upcoming IGE in London Money Controls will also
excellent resistance to fraud. The Universal Hopper has a long- be demonstrating the Ardac Elite’s ability to show recently entered
life with minimal maintenance, thus reducing the overall cost of bills on the gaming machine monitor.
ownership.
The company’s coin acceptors, such as the SR3i and SR5i,
In the competitive gaming market Money Controls prides itself on feature revolutionary sensor technology which enables them to
its flexibility and ability to produce custom solutions for its cus- provide exceptional acceptances rates. Their download capa-
tomers. Amongst the products supplied in recent years is a USB bility means that factory quality coinless programming can
version of the Universal Hopper, exclusively for AGI. Robert Moser, take place remotely. The Condor Premier is ideally suited to the
CPO AGI said: “The AGI USB Interface is just one of the many demands of casino slot machines, providing acceptance rates
ways that Money Controls has responded to our needs. We have of ten coins per second, high level of security and fraud preven-
an excellent relationship with them and work in close co-operation tion, and full diagnostic and alarm reporting via ccTalk. n
to continually improve the performance of our products. Together
If you would like to know more about Money Controls you can find
we are looking to produce the best possible solutions for our cus-
full details on its website at www.moneycontrols.com
tomers, and to match the needs of the market place.” To further
intensify the partnership Money Controls will in return purchase
AGI cable harnesses for their production in future.
AGI, too, manufactures to a top quality level and
with all necessary quality certificates for third party
customers such as the automotive industry in the
following product segments: cable harness, PCB
assembly, plastic injection moulding and the produc-
tion of tools for plastic injection moulding.
Money Controls produces a full range of hoppers
to meet the needs of the gaming, amusements and
retail industries. It also manufactures a range of pay-
ment systems including bill and coin acceptors. The
Ardac Elite bill acceptor is preferred by casino oper-
ators all over the world and is compatible with most
platforms. Its major features include full note image
scanning, and four-way barcode reading for tickets.
34 novomatic
®
january 2010
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