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ICT LX7 12V DC Bill Stacker Accepts $1-$100


Product Description

ICT LX7 12V DC Bill Stacker Accepts $1-$100
  • ICT LX7 12V DC Stacker Bill Acceptor, Bill Validator
  • Accepts New & Old $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 & $100 Bills
  • Pulse, MDB, RS232, or USB Interface (NISR by Converter Board)
  • Windows 7/XP Compatible USB Communication Available
  • Advanced Water Resistant Design with Water Drainage Path to Offer Maximum Protection Against Water and Humidity
  • Perfect for Indoor and Outdoor Applications
  • Secure Removable Cashbox with Plastic Knob
  • Works Great on All 8 Liner Cherry Master & Arcade Style Games
  • Easy & Convenient DIP Switch Set Up
  • 4 Way Acceptance
  • Built-In Anti-Stringing Teeth and Plate for Added Security
  • Bill Stacker Push Plate and Anti-String Teeth are Secured Inside the Bill Box for Maximum Security
  • Acceptance Rate of 96% or Better
  • Acceptance Speed: About 3 Seconds
  • 200 Bill Capacity Cartridge
  • Easy Bill Path Access For Cleaning
  • Automatic Sensor Calibration
  • Operating Temperature: -15 C/5 F ~ 60 C/140 F
  • Flashing Lights on Bill Entry Face Attract Interest for More Usage & Allow Easy Insertion of Money
  • Includes Power Wiring Harness, Mounting Kit & Manual
  • Uses 12V DC Power
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

Note: Products sold by Great Lakes Amusement are offered for entertainment purposes only. The operations of any games and the features therein may be subject to various state and/or local laws or regulations. It is not intended to solicit the sale of such games in any jurisdiction wherein the same may not be lawfully sold or operated. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to fully investigate the legal requirements in their own jurisdiction prior to purchase. Great Lakes Amusement is not responsible for items or systems that are used for any other purpose than entertainment or for systems that have been altered or relocated to a city, county or state whose regulations limit the ownership of such equipment.