he Note Float unit attaches to the existing NV9 USB validator, allowing storage of up to 30 notes for change or prize payouts. As note pay-in becomes more commonplace in the AWP industry across Europe, the ability to payout notes is a must to alleviate the pressure on coin hoppers and keep machines fully operational. The exceptional value NV11 reduces the frequency of operator refill, optimising cash management by utilising notes already collected from pay in.
Initially developed in response to feedback from Spanish operators, the NV11 was launched at Fer Interazar, September 2010, to create an affordable, secure validator and payout unit to fit within an AWP machine.
Marketing Executive, Dayna Patterson said: “Since the launch of the NV11 in late 2010 the interest has been astounding. Some key operators in Spain and the UK have successfully trialled the NV11 and highly impressed with the NV11’s functionality they are now implementing it within their machines to improve cash management”.
The Note Float unit can be programmed to store and dispense any single denomination note. Using a last in - first out system the last note stored in the Note Float is available for payout or transfer to the validator’s 300 note secure cashbox. Mounted horizontally the NV11 stands 246mm high and is ready for immediate installation. Communication with the NV11 is achieved using Innovative Technology’s eSSP Protocol or ccTalk and each unit leaves the factory preset to at least one currency.