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Ribao DCJ-280 Mixed Bill Currency Counter and Sorter

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$2,450.00
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Ribao DCJ-280 Mixed Bill Currency Counter and Sorter

  • Counts and Sorts Mixed Bills, also Called a Bill Discriminator
  • Counts Pre-Sorted Bills up to 1,000 Per Minute
  • Counts and Sorts Mixed Bills 750-800 Per Minute
  • Easy Setup and Maintenance
  • Offers Mix Counting, Sorting Counting, and Piece Counting Modes
  • Ultraviolet & Magnetic Counterfeit Detection Features
  • Large LCD Display 
  • Face Orientation
  • Hopper Can Hold up to 800 Bills
  • Note Stacker Capacity is 200 Bills
  • Reject Stacker Capacity: Approx. 50 Notes (Adjustable from 25~100 Notes)
  • Works for Most World Currencies Including USD, Euro (Optional) and Peso (Optional)
    • Minimum Note Size: 110 x 60 mm (4.33 x 2.36")
    • Maximum Note Size: 185 x 90 mm (7.28 x 3.54")
    • Note Thickness: 0.08~0.12 mm (0.003~0.005")
  • Can be Connected to a PC for Storing Data - RS-232C Interface, USB Port Ready
  • Can be Connected to a Sewoo LK-T25 Thermal Printer for Printing Data Receipts Directly
  • Uses 220V/50Hz or 110V/60Hz Power, Standard PC Style Power Cord Included
  • Approximate Dimensions: 11.4" High--13" Wide--12.2" Deep

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