uzo Happ has the widest selection of toppers in the whole of the industry. And it has grown even further with the introduction of such toppers such as the new RGB Polygon and Pill Toppers. These two have been designed for IGT slots. There were more topper introductions that are available to all gaming machine manufacturers, such as the new LCD version of the Reel Topper.
Manufacturers and operators alike have been provided with a whole line of features with Suzo Happ toppers – from integrating advertising, TV, linking toppers in a bank to cascade or perform a whole range of patterns together right to including the topper as another game level with the Reel Topper, Round Topper and Round Video Toppers.
Suzo Happ has brought the strong product range of Talaris (formerly De La Rue) to the gaming world. The banknote and coin counting and sorting machines were a real highlight to many a stand visitor. One such product is the Nvision. It can count, batch, value count, value balance, rogue outsort, rainbow sort, as well as sort by denomination, issue, fitness, orientation and face. A unique array of detection and authentication technologies helps to ensure all suspect or unfit notes are rejected and automatically diverted to a full-stacking pocket, maximising throughput and reducing manual intervention.
Besides, the firm presented the new Maxi III Changer, which includes the dedicated product features with a larger coin capacity. Customer can choose between a banknote reader and coin acceptor. Furthermore, the modularity of the coin pay-out design allows customers to choose between the Suzo Happ Cube or Evolution hoppers. The Maxi III Changer is built in a strong and sturdy steel cabinet and fitted with an Assa Desmo lock.
The company also has strong partnerships with ELO, MEI and FutureLogic, which are industry leaders in their particular segments and are all represented by Suzo Happ. The new innovations were presented on the Suzo Happ stand as well, for example the new 12” touch screen from ELO (that is particularly of interest for electronic poker tables) and the Easitrax soft-count solution from MEI.
Erik Wijma, Suzo Happ’s European Sales Director, sums up the positive mood from the IGE exhibition. “It was a pleasure to greet our stand visitors at the IGE. The feedback was very encouraging. Suzo Happ offers such a vast range of components and solutions. Our customers know that we have so much experience in the component market that we will support them to choose the correct products that match their needs. Our technical support and casino operations divisions add further strength to the market. We support our product range through its entire life cycle. That’s why we focus on offering our customers the best products available in the industry”.