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Detectors of currencies

Portable currency detector PRO 4 LED

External dimensions (HxWxD): 28x165x60мм

Weight: 0.1 kg

243 ₴
Currency detector PRO-12 LPM LED

External dimensions (HxWxD): 140x270x140мм

Weight: 0.9 kg

976 ₴
Currency detector PRO 7 LED

External dimensions (HxWxD): 95x185x80мм

Weight: 0.3 kg

539 ₴
Currency detector PRO 16 LPM LED

External dimensions (HxWxD): 255x155x145мм

Weight: 1.1 kg

1,053 ₴
Currency detector PRO 12 LED

External dimensions (HxWxD): 110x270x110мм

Weight: 0.7 kg

713 ₴

Money Detectors

The choice of banknote detector depends on the specifics and purposes of the application. Currency detectors are divided into two categories: viewing and automatic. Viewing models include UV, infrared and combined detection. An ultraviolet currency detector determines the authenticity of various luminous elements: a thread, fiber, a pattern where UV protection is applied. This is the most common type of detection. Infrared - determine the presence of metameric paint on the bill.

The IR detector of banknotes is more accurate, since faking an infrared image is quite difficult and expensive. Combined models combine the capabilities of UV and IR detection and simultaneously check for low white transmitted light and a magnetic tag sensor. Due to the larger number of parameters, they are more reliable.

The choice of detector depends on the amount and face value of cash passing through the cashier, as well as on the desired degree of verification. Viewed currency detectors are ideal for small shops, markets, pharmacies, and kiosks. Combined - suitable for large retail outlets, supermarkets, gas stations, exchange points.

Automatic banknote detectors independently read the security features on the bill, determining the authenticity. All that is needed is to place them in the detector one at a time. The result will be displayed on the screen. This type of model has a high degree of accuracy and eliminates the human factor.

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