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Billcon NL-100 Currency Counter

$695.00 $595.00

The Billcon NL-100 Currency Counter – is accurate, reliable, and fast counting with simple operation. If you’re looking for an affordable and accurate note counter for small business…your search is over.

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Description

Billcon NL-100 Currency Counter

Billcon NL-100 Currency Counter

Billcon NL-100 Currency Counter

Quick Points:

  • Accurate, reliable, and fast counting with simple operation.
  • If you’re looking for an affordable and accurate note counter for small business…your search is over.
  • The Billcon NL-100 Note Counter is designed for excellent performance in basic currency counting applications.
  • The NL-100 has the necessary and sufficient durability with features include selectable speeds, automatic start, variable batching. and addition mode

Features

  • Reliable & Safety design. (approved by UL UL Certification # E182606)
  • Accurate counting by 2 selectable speeds up to 1400 notes / minute.
  • Unique dust cover protects from outer objects which may cause troubles.
  • Robust build chassis for daily use.
  • Designed ser-friendly, simple and easy to use puch buttons.
  • Portable, easy to carry, lightweight and compact design with a built-in handle

Three Modes of Operation:

COUNT MODE Normal count function
BATCH MODE Counting stops automatically when count reaches the preset batch amount.
ADD MODE Automatically performs accumulation count function.

Billcon NL-100 Brochure

Specifications:

Size of Note
Length 1.97 – 3.54 in.( 50 – 90 mm)
Width 4.33 – 7.09 in. (110 – 180 mm) )
Count speed
1,400 – 1000 banknote-per-minute (Maximum)
Preset batch
100, 50, 25, 20, 10
(manually adjustable from 1-999)
Display
Count: 4 digits,
Batch: 3 digits
Hopper Capacity
300 notes
Stacker Capacity
200 notes
Dimensions (W X D X H)
9.45 X 10.47 X 9.37 inch // (240 X 266 X 238 mm)
Weight
11.68 lbs (5.3 kg)
Power consumption
60 Watts
Power supply
AC 100/120 Volt // 50/60 Hz

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