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June 23, 2021

Engineering the future of payment solutions

Crane Payment Solutions showcasing NRI & CashCode innovations at IGE 2010

(UK).- Through innovation of superior coin and bill validation technologies, Crane Payment Solutions has grown into a market leader for note and coin handling components. Both AWP and casino operators will have the chance to see some of the most innovative developments at London trade show, at stand 3232, hall 2.

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WP operators will be pleased to see the debut of NRI’s highly anticipated next generation G-40 coin validator. This product will leverage G-40’s highly reliable proven architecture yet re-set the coin validation standard with its best in class Multi Frequency Technology (MFT).

NRI will also present the HENRI+ and latest member of the c² coin recycling family, the c² spider. The HENRI+ provides the highest memory capacity for currency and firmware updates. The c² spider enables the recycling of approximately 2000 coins as well as configurable capacity through the use of tubes and h² hoppers.
 
AWP operators will be pleased with Crane’s latest compact CashCode r² single denomination bill recycler solution. By leveraging CashCode’s proven recycling technology used widely in the transportation and retail markets, the CashCode r² bill recycler and dispense system is well suited to reduce operational costs in the AWP market with its 60 note recycling capacity, without sacrificing reliability and acceptance rates.

Casino operators will be excited to view the most comprehensive data collection solution called the “oneCheck system”, presented by CashCode and Nanoptix. Previously debuted with strong accolades at G2E in Las Vegas this past November, the “oneCheck” is the most economical cash management solution.

The increasingly popular “CashCode one” will make an appearance with its latest product extensions including the new 2500 high capacity cashbox, “oneCheck” and “oneTrack” cash management systems.  Its universal architecture supports all currencies, all protocols and any voltage.

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