Thursday 30 July 2015

New Mini Bank Terminal Launches Safe Depositing and Payment

Mini Pay the latest design and creation from self service kiosk manufacturer KT Group has just been packaged up to depart to our client for its inagural presentation.  The prototype terminal is a launch into a new sector for KT related to retailers who wish or have a need to bank safely instore the days cash accumulated but as a secondary module of recycling in the devices equipped inside the terminal also offers retailers to use the Mini Bank to fully automate ability to create daily cash drawers coin and note requirements for cashiers.
Mini Pay has integrated coin recyclers and cash note recyclers internally stored inside its UL291 approved 6 inch steel safe box.  The coin recycler based on MEI BCR unit can hold multiple coin denominations of most international curriences in its coin hoppers,  furthermore at the top of the main cabinet safe we have designed a coin drop box that allows user to simply drop handfuls of coins simulatenoursly into the coin feeder for coin sorting automation thus automating coin sorting cycle quickly and efficently.   The terminal is also equiped with a MEI BNR which means that unit can accept bulk note acceptance and quickly and effiecently sort bulk note feeding and automate the process and store these notes inside in the strong cash box fitted inside 6 inch safe box.
The top secondary case holds the industrial fanless computer and thermal printer,  the operator can either choose to use the touch screen operated 12 inch monitor either as at Mini Pay Station or simply lift it up and remove it and place it remotely from safe in case of space problem this makes Mini Pay a safe terminal for all spaces.
The Mini Pay will now be taken for further testing before expected roll outs begin in latter half of 2015 as in normal circumstances a prototype will always require some modification and tweeking after real life use has put the machine into testing.