s we look towards the future of gaming, how money gets managed in our systems will be vitally important to the safety and success of the industry. The

casino industry handles millions of euro in note and coin transactions per day and constantly faces the challenges of minimizing loss reduction and shrinkage. Having fast, reliable, automatic tools to manage coin and note handling allows for concentration and focus to be put on value-creating activities. With over 30 years of experience in the gaming industry, SUZOHAPP’s product offering is backed by the knowledge and expertise to support successful enterprise.

One partner to solve all of your cash handling needs

From a coin handling perspective SUZOHAPP offers a comprehensive and competitive offering that includes coin validators, coin hoppers and the innovative ICS coin handling device. The RM5 HD coin validator for example, has set new reference standards in coin validation. Through fi ve different sensors and ten recognition parameters, it ensures a high level of recognition and discrimination of valid and counterfeit coins with an unprecedented speed of up to six coins per second. SUZOHAPP has a wide range of hoppers such as the Cube, Flow, Evolution, and Excel coin hoppers allowing operators to select a hopper that best suit their needs whether that be for high dispensing speeds, reliability, or durability. A single coin hopper can replace a coin receiver, coin storage and coin dispenser for the gaming machine with one single machine making a coin hopper a high value swap for any machine.

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The Intelligent Coin System or ICS is a revolutionary coin handling device able to process up to eight different size coins without the need of pre-sorting the coins by the user. Due to its compact design and spacious size (up to 1,300 various sized coins), it is ideal for many applications, and supports a minimum coin-in to coin-out height solution. Thanks to its patented design and SUZOHAPP’s long-standing experience in coin handling, this device is the world’s fi rst currency solution able to be integrated into machines from diverse markets including parking ticket machines, self-checkout stations, money changers, kiosks and vending. ICS’s intelligent interface gives you the possibility to directly manage the pay-out composition or make the calculation itself as to the amount of coins per type to be supplied based on the denomination it holds. It is also able to dispense 4 coins simultaneously.

“SUZOHAPP’s wide range of cash and coin products truly simplifi es the

sourcing process”

When it comes to note handling SUZOHAPP offer solutions for both note recycling and note validation. Bill-to-Bill 300 is a multi- width front load bill recycler with high acceptance rates and superior counterfeit detection due to its self-centering patented technology with a fi rst-time accept rate of 98%. It is characterized by an advanced sensors technology that improves authentic bill recognition and protects against counterfeits. The validated bills are distributed between three recycling cassettes and one lockable/removable drop cassette. A maximum of 3 denominations may be directed to the recycling cassettes, with the remainder directed to the drop cassette. In terms of note validation, the MFL is the industry’s most reliable, secure note validator with a modular design. MFL is the fi rst ever front load banknote validator designed for automated cash transaction applications. MFL utilizes a patented alignment mechanism enabling a high acceptance rate for banknotes and barcode vouchers. Due to its robust design and higher reliability, MFL lowers total cost of ownership, enhances protection against counterfeits and improves machine uptime. SUZOHAPP’s wide range of cash and coin

products truly simplifi es the sourcing process allowing for a single, trusted partner to solve the note and coin handling challenges that detract time and money away from value creating activities.

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