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Kisan Newton V Currency Discriminator (Demo Machines)

Kisan Newton V Currency Discriminator (Demo Machines)

ONLY 2 Units FOR SALE – Very Low Usage

12/11/2013:  $1500.00 each

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Overview:

  • The Newton V is Kisan’s currency scanner which includes value and mixed note counting,
  • Note sorting with stranger rejection, facing and note orientation, and counterfeit detection.
  • The 4.3″ color touch screen allows easy use and navigation with user friendly icons and enlarged count result display.
  • This unit includes USB, LAN and Serial connections with optional printer or remote display.
  • New currency updates are easily handled with a USB thumb drive.
  • Fast operation with 1000 notes/min counting, 600 note capacity hopper, 200 note stacker and 100 note reject pocket.

Features

  • 4.3″ TFT Color Touch Screen
  • User Friendly
  • Easily Updated
  • Low Reject Rate
  • Sleek Design
  • Small Footprint
  • Central Monitoring System
  • Remote Management
  • Sorts at 800/1000/1200 notes per minute
  • Authentication, Value- Count, Mix, Single, Auto, Face/Orient, Count.
  • Image Recognition (IR), Ultra-violet Counterfeit Detection (UV), Magnetic Counterfeit Detection (MG) (optional)
  • RS-232 (serial port) x 2, LAN port, USB port, Serial Printer port
  • Shipping Weight:  35 lbs.

 

Available Options

  • Receipt Printer w/ comm cable

4 thoughts on “Kisan Newton V Currency Discriminator (Demo Machines)

  1. Greetings, I need price and availability to purchase a demo unit Kisan Newton V demo.

    1. Hello Ramalis,

      I’m sorry to say we no longer have those units!
      The Kisan’s are no longer sold in the U.S.A.

      But we do have (3) great units that are comparable.

      1. Semacon S-2500
      2. Lydix LXD-50
      3. CDP N-Gene V

      All three are user-friendly 2-Pocket Currency Discriminators and are priced at $2495.00 + shipping (U.S. Dollars)

      Let me know.

      Thanks,

      John Quinn
      New Phoenix

  2. Why did Kisan stop selling in the USA?

    1. The Kisan units were brought out by Toshiba, check for Toshiba Counters.
      Thanks,
      John

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