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Sorting Performance

Product: ChipStarManufacturer: Bally Technologies

Sorting Performance

Bally Technologies offers the next generation in chip-sorting technology with ChipStar. The sorter improves roulette performance without compromising chip integrity by greatly increasing the speed of play.

Built of composite plastic using chainless conveyor technology, ChipStar is simple in design, construction and maintenance. Requiring minimal service and no lubrication, its flexible, easy-to-use touch-screen work interface allows operators to match their current play-volume needs, all while maintaining high-efficiency, high-capacity sorting.

Operators use ChipStar’s custom-designed touch-screen work interface to configure the 10 chip shoots to match their preferred outcomes. Next, they select one of three sorting speeds using a simple, selectable button on the machine’s exterior. These adjustable speeds allow operators to match the sorting power based on the current level of play: the slowest speed offers low noise operation as required in high-roller rooms, while the highest speed is perfect for busy nights on the mass floor that demand efficiency.

Once the configurations are set, operators insert the chips through a plastic funnel connected to the chip-drop opening, and Bally’s unique combination of pre-separation and sorting technology safely sorts the chips into the pre-configured shoots. This two-step technology never clogs the system, providing greater efficiency and accuracy.

In addition, ChipStar’s unique pre-separation technology ensures that no matter the capacity, the chips’ integrity won’t be comprised.

Once the sorting process is complete, ChipStar’s innovative chip-ejection technology allows operators to easily and safely remove the chips in customizable quantities using a simple metal separator. This unique ejection innovation provides casinos a 100 percent safe chip-sorting operation, and eliminates regular nicks, cuts and bruises. The software that powers ChipStar is also configurable for back-of-house reporting and monitoring.

For more information, visit ballytech.com.

 

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