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CASH HANDLING SHOWCASE


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For ultimate fl exibility, speed & security – keep it in the UBA Pro family


CM’s UBA Pro Family offers operators greater flexibility with different models boasting the same progressive technology. The UBA Pro Family provides a new standard


in bill validation and includes JCM’s cutting edge UBA Pro bill validator, as well as two bill recyclers for two and four denominations – the UBA Pro-RT and UBA Pro-RQ. The different configurations of UBA Pro Family devices suit the needs of casinos, as well as the demands of arcades, gambling halls and betting offices. The UBA Pro has a brand-new superior sensor package which boasts faster note-to-note speeds and a two- or four-way barcode reader, which means efficient automated transactions. Flexible in its placement, with Banknotes and TiTo tickets also accepted in SU (stacker-up/upside down) mounting and a centring mechanism, the UBA Pro easily deals with different sized notes. Its advanced technology also future-


proofs the UBA Pro, which offers significant improvement in security against


counterfeits to keep operators safe and secure. The high-grade security is further ensured by the field-proven industry’s best Anti-Stringing-Technology. For greater control, the UBA Pro can be used with JCM’s Intelligent Cash-Box (ICB). Moreover, the UBA Pro is created around a service-friendly modular design, allowing access to all note paths — meaning fast, secure and efficient servicing and less downtime for operators. What’s more, it is built to be dust and liquid resistant, which means fewer services to begin with and a longer life. The new UBA Pro has been designed as a ‘plug & play’ upgrade from the original UBA and the iPro bill validators. This backwards compatibility makes for easy retrofitting to keep operators up and running.


Also, in the UBA Pro Family are the UBA


Pro-RT and UBA Pro-RQ. These cutting- edge bill recyclers feature superior sensor packaging for a high acceptance rate of street-grade banknotes as well as quick Pay-In and Pay-Out sequences. Additionally, they boast JCM’s anti- pullback mechanism, which protects against banknote stringing or manipulation as well as a lockable and removeable


recycling module with inbuilt non-volatile memory so note refills can be done in the back office — making for more secure cash handling. The UBA Pro-RT bill recycler offers two


recycling drums, each of 30 notes, while the UBA Pro-RQ has four recycling drums, each of 30-Notes. Both feature the superior design, security and usability that operators have come to expect from JCM and are available with a 400 and 800-note cashbox, allowing for further customization to operator needs. With its two drums, the UBA Pro-RT is ideal for small cabinets, offering the same security and reliability in a more compact form, while the UBA Pro-RQ has the advantage of its four- denomination recycling. “The UBA Pro Family sets new standards and the response from our customers was incredible when we introduced it at ICE 2020,” says JCM Global General Manager Payam Zadeh. “It is the flexibility and efficiency of this group of products which sets them apart – they are hard-working and reliable, which is what our casino customers require – while offering unparalleled security. What’s more they have the backing of the trusted JCM brand which is trusted in the industry since 1955 for its integrity and high levels of customer service.”


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