he new coin Hopper Flow is perfect solution when multi-denomination coin pay-out is required. The challenge is to maintain a high payout rate when tackling multi-denomination payout. It can pay out up to seven coins per second. Three different bowl sizes (standard, medium and large) give gaming manufacturers further flexibility to ensure that the correct coin capacity can be stored.
The new Flip Card Unit comes in two standard sizes to ensure machine flexibility (thus holding either 60 or 72 cards). Security is key and the Flip Card Unit is designed to note movement detection. Furthermore, there are three motor steps for each card.
The new chrome-plated push buttons combine a stylish new design with universal connectors. Furthermore, the white and RGB LED’s inside bring new brilliant colors to the buttons. Furthermore, the trend back towards pull handles on slot machines has been met by the Suzo Happ Group with the new RGB slot machine handle that is the perfect solution both for new slot machines and ones on the gaming floor. The RGB handle can be programmed to light in any color of the rainbow. Indeed, it can be programmed to often alter its color and so attract players to the slot machine. It can simply be implemented into existing machines.
The best-known component names could be found on the Suzo Happ stand. The touchscreens for ELO, the banknote readers from MEI and ticket printers from FutureLogic stand out as ‘best-in-class’ in their individual fields. All three companies were introducing new innovations that were on the Suzo Happ stand to see.
Erik Wijma, Sales Director at Suzo Happ, said: “There was a real buzz at the ICE and we had a very busy show. Visitors often commented how pleased they were that we continue to bring new innovations to market even in challenging times. This places the trust in the industry that the Suzo Happ Group is the preferred partner for component requirements”.