Scaletec's selection of commercial money counters and cash handling equipment suitable for finance departments, travel exchanges and amusement park arcades.
Our Scaletec Note counter can quickly identify counterfeit notes and can perform accurate total counts in busy financial departments, whilst coin counting / token sorters can streamline manual counting processes and easily count bags of coins or tokens for arcade slot machines.
The Adam CCSA coin counting scale provides the perfect solution to manual counting and can be used to simultaneously weigh and count coins. CCSA scales come complete with memory accumulation on total coin values and include 3 token values that can be pre-configured to a currency value of your choice.
If you have to deal with a lot of cash or tokens then our selection of counting equipment can really save time, speed up operations and reduce errors.
For more information about our cash handling equipment and money counting machines, please contact us.
- Max Capacity Range
- 20kg to 20kg
- Readability Range
- 1g to 1g
The CCSA is a token/ coin counting scale that offers quick performance to count money or tokens accurately. With 9 preset values and 3 token values the CCSA lets you easily access different values so that the users can perform calculations with ease. Ideal for accountants, supermarkets and small retail stores for till counts, and amusement park arcades for counting coins for slot machines.
- Readability Range
- g to g
Coin counter and sorter from Scaletec. The COI020 is a light duty money counting machine that significantly reduces time spent on counting and sorting coins and can be used to prepare floats, count and sort mixed coins, and display total values of coins. Ideal for amusement park arcades, counting till floats in supermarkets and general financial use.
Money Counters Help
Q: How does a money counting machine work?
Money counting machines include built-in detection features that can determine the value of coins and notes. Depending on the type of money counter you have, the technology employed may differ, however, standard cash handling equipment will use criteria such as weight, shape and size in order to determine value.
More sophisticated counting equipment may utilise scanning technology which can determine unique ID numbers, logos and materials for preventing the circulation of counterfeit currency.