he Ardac Elite’s state of the art imaging technology ensures the highest standard of validation. Either on the gaming machine display, or by simply plugging in a PDA via the USB port, an image of the last note inserted can be displayed. Tony Morrison, Money Controls’ European Sales Director said: “Unlike traditional validators, Money Controls’ Ardac Elite takes a high-resolution image of the whole note. 100% note scanning by the Ardac Elite makes it much easier to identify note fraud, and the last note image display function can be used to easily resolve player disputes.”
The Ardac Elite is now also available with ccTalk DES – Data Encryption Standard – protocol. The introduction of ccTalk DES, first launched at Earls Court in 2010, was in response to customer demand for improved security on machines installed in places like arcades, motorway services and pubs, where fraud is a constant issue.
Money Controls will be demonstrating how DES works on their stand at ICE. Unlike existing encryption protocols, every payment device and machine can potentially have a different DES key, which can be changed by the host machine.
The firm will be present at stand number 4050.