International edition
October 25, 2021

At IMA in Germany and ICE in London

JCM Global to present its currency validation products at several European shows

(UK / Germany).- JCM Global is embarking on a European tradeshow tour, highlighting its award-winning currency validation equipment and showcasing new currency recycling bill validators. “We are thrilled to introduce our new recycling products, because recycling creates greater cash security within a location,” said Mark Henderson, JCM’s Vice President of Global Sales.


CM Global’s first stop is at the International Trade Fair for Amusement & Vending Machines (IMA 2011), which takes place January 18-21 at the Dusseldorf Exhibition Centre in Duesseldorf, Germany. JCM Global will be in hall 8b / booth F15.

Next, JCM Global will be showing at the International Casino Exhibition (ICE) at Earls Court in London from January 25-27. JCM Global will be in stand number 4170, and JCM products can also be found in Eurocoin’s stand, number 4045. Eurocoin is JCM’s European distributor. JCM Global will also exhibit at the European Amusement and Gaming Expo (EAG), held at the ExCeL London Exhibition Centre, from January 25-27. JCM Global will be exhibiting with its distributor Eurocoin in stand number 150.

JCM Global will be showing a wide range of award-winning products, including the new and innovative iVIZION. Additionally, JCM will be premiering two new note recycling products, the UBA RC and Vega RC products. The new UBA RC is the perfect note recycling solution for the gaming industry, and new, cost-sensitive Vega RC is a perfect fit for the amusement industry and the gaming industry, either directly in machines or in change machines used in gaming halls.

iVIZION is the better, faster, smarter solution for the gaming industry and forever changes the way the industry sees banknote validation. It is the foundation of intelligent validation and sees better, thinks smarter and runs faster than any comparable product in the industry. iVIZION is complete with Contact Image Sensor (CIS) Technology, 99%+ acceptance rate, the most diligent counterfeit protection, RFID ICB cashbox with encrypted and web-enabled data, 64 megabit FLASH memory, a self-calibrating sensor package, modular component design, ability to read barcodes horizontally and vertically, two high-speed processors, sealed 85 mm banknote path, patented and proven removable stacker mechanism, “Blind Mate” and “Hot Swap” design and complete compatibility with all gaming protocols.

The UBA is far and away the most popular bill validator in Europe, thanks in large part to its incredible anti-stringing protection, viewed by many as the best in the industry. Now JCM Global is revealing the UBA RC. Built on the UBA platform, UBA RC recycles two denominations, 5 to 200 € notes, selectable via protocol command. UBA RC uses the innovative Roller Friction Recycling Technology to hold up to 100 banknotes in each recycling chamber.

This new technology provides several benefits: manual refilling of banknotes directly into the recycler, easy maintenance and jam clearance on site, large recycling capacity in a compact format – all contributing to the less operational cost and more revenue. UBA RC has a lockable, removable cash box, 400 or 1,000 notes, making the product suitable for a wide range of applications such as AWP, small casinos, parking and change machines.

Next, fully featured and lower cost, Vega has been an incredibly popular bill validator for AWP, vending and payment terminals throughout Europe. Now JCM Global introduces the Vega RC with note recycling. The Vega RC recycles up to 30 banknotes of the selected denomination, and virtually eliminates coin hopper starvation. It assures the best acceptance and most secure validation and prevents stringing with JCM’s robust anti-fishing technology.  It is a default bill validator in the UK pub market, fully supported by all the major operators and the OEMs who appreciate the reduced operational cost and more revenue with note payout feature.

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