OMRON Announces Banknote Recyclers for the North American Market

Friday 21 November 2003 10:26 CET | News

Omron Transaction Systems has introduced its EX-BH2 and US-ABIO banknote recyclers, which are the company?s first to serve the North American financial services and retail markets.

Helping operators reduce the manual loading and unloading of banknotes, Omron?s recyclers accept banknote deposits and then dispense the same banknotes back to customers or operators, significantly decreasing the time cashiers and tellers spend handling banknotes, while increasing their accuracy. By further automating the teller position, studies have determined recyclers increase teller efficiency by 30 percent, allowing them to focus on more complex and revenue-generating tasks. EX-BH2 Recycler The EX-BH2, an electromechanical module ready for integration into an ATM or a financial services kiosk, is an evolution of the well-established EX-BH Recycler. While the EX-BH2 maintains the same physical dimensions and communications interface as its predecessor, numerous mechanical and electronic design improvements have been made, resulting in significantly increased reliability. Performance strengths such as speed (7 notes per second), capacity (up to 100 bulk notes input capacity and 10,600 notes total storage capacity) and Omron?s original banknote identification technology have all been preserved. Omron will sell this module to system integrators, kiosk manufacturers and large end users with integration capabilities. US-ABIO Recycler The US-ABIO is a true teller-assist solution, ideally installed at banks, credit unions and the back-offices of retail stores. Different from the EX-BH2 product, the US-ABIO is a finished product that will increase the efficiency of tellers or cash room operators from day one. Typically shared between two tellers or operators, banknotes are deposited and dispensed from the same easily-accessible hopper with a 100 note capacity. Both the EX-BH2 and the US-ABIO products have WOSA-compliant drivers available for easy integration into existing networks, ATMs or kiosks.

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