NCR cassettes and types of NCR cassettes

NCR cassettes are portable boxes, made of high-quality polycarbonate, and can be designed to hold forex with special media and postage stamps inside the boat. The thickness of the cassette outside the doors is: top: 121 mm (4.75 in.) Width: 218 mm (8.6 in.) Thickness: 444 mm (17.5 in.). The cassette may be adjusted to keep the foreign currency of longer length and width and display the program code it contains. Length of foreign currency variations: one hundred and twenty to 177 mm (4.7 to 7.0 in.) Width forex width: sixty to 80 mm (2.4 to 3.4 in.).

The following are types of cassettes:

standard safety cassettes: lid closed with latch and optional stamp, and cord.  Locking tapes: the lid is secured with a key lock above the ledge.

Cassette Tamper: tracks the number of times the tape has been inserted and removed from the output, to detect unauthorized recreational time. After six installments, the cassette is `closed` and wishes to be reset. each large and locking cassette may indicate interference.

Tamper Index

The counter on the cassette tamper is the first unconscious and white movement when the first cassette number is inserted into the ATM and then moves to show the numbers 2, 3, four, 5, and six to be inserted next. After six installations, the tape will not be connected to the output until the counter is reset. every time a cassette is released for regular refilling, the counter should be reset repeatedly by sliding the stud and then releasing it until the indicator suggests that it has no information.

Cassette ID

Each cassette has an ID code that is viewed using the ATM software system so that no matter how it works inside the dispenser, the cassette can be detected and directly determined to distribute notes of the selected system. The code may be converted to a unique program. The code can be customized for different currencies and programs.

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