The Munich-based technology group Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) is expanding its product portfolio to include a high-performance banknote processing system for the casino market. The BPS M5 was specially designed for use in count rooms of casinos, which need to process large numbers of banknotes and TITO tickets quickly yet precisely. Thanks to its modular design, the BPS M5 can be individually configured and adapted flexibly to meet each casino’s requirements.
With a processing speed of up to 33 banknotes a second, the BPS M5 is the most powerful system in its product class worldwide. It can be set to process any currency intermixed with TITO tickets.
The BPS M5 can be fitted with up to 10 high-performance sensors and 20 stackers, enabling a variety of processing types in a single pass. With the use of G&D’s headers card technology, the BPS M5 provides true continuous processing, giving its users the highest throughput in the industry.
The machine’s high-level performance is a result of the optimal interaction of all modules. A large feeder with a capacity of 4,000 banknotes, fully automatic reloading, and continuous note singling all ensure that banknotes and TITO tickets are fed uninterrupted to the sensor section, where they are checked for authenticity. An integrated dust vacuuming unit, which keeps the sensors and machine clean, ensures uniformly high inspection and sorting quality.
Finally, the banknotes are placed in the stacker modules and automatically banded into packages containing 100 notes. Then, groups of 10 packages are shrink-wrapped to form bundles containing 1,000 notes. There is also the option of connecting the BPS M5 to a large, fully automated final packaging system, also offered by G&D.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.gi-de.com.