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Pyle PRMC500 Automatic Digital Money Counter

Item# SPM9642527722 | Model# PRMC500 | Added on February 22, 2018 |
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Pyle PRMC500 Automatic Digital Money Counter
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Pyle PRMC500 Automatic Digital Money CounterWith a built-in high-sensitivity security features ensuring each bill is scanned thoroughly for authenticity, this Pyle Banknote Bill Counter provides accurate and reliable money counting ability. Hassle-free operation allows you to load the hopper and begin automatic bill processing with the press of a button. If the unit detects a counterfeit, the system will cease counting and a beeping alarm notification detects the faulty banknote

Pyle Model: Prmc500

Banknote Bill Counter

Digital Cash Money Automatic Counting Machine

Features:
  • Accurate, Reliable & Hassle-Free & Bill Counting
  • Integrated Counterfeit Bank Note Detection
  • Built-In Uv (Ultraviolet) Scanning For Bill Authenticity
  • Magnetic (Mg), Magnetic Thread (Mt), & Infrared (Ir) Detection
  • Dual High-Precision Counting Sensors For Accurate Scanning
  • Beeping Alarm Notification With Counterfeit Detection
  • Adjustable Top-Loading Bill Feeding Hopper
  • (2) Counting Modes: Manual And Automatic
  • 'Add' Function: Continuously Keeps Count Of Bills Added
  • 'Batch' Function: Process Bills In Designated Amounts
  • Front Panel Digital Lcd Display & Button Control Center
  • Includes Detachable Exterior Lcd Display Screen Readout
  • Worldwide Bill & Currency Compatibility
  • Works With Varying Condition Bills
  • (Old, New, Wrinkled, Ripped, Bent, Fatigued Bills)
  • Simple Bill Thickness Adjustment Screw For Various Currencies
  • Rugged Construction & Stain-Resistant Housing
  • Includes Power Cable & Machine Cleaning
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