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Here are a few of the most frequently asked
questions about the Counter
What is the Cassette?
cassette is a plastic box in which the deposited bills are stored. The
cassette is placed inside the actual unit of the
During any pickup of the cash, the cassette is
removed. By breaking the Security Seal of the cassette, the cash can
then be removed for counting and deposit. The cassette is then
recycled back into the unit with a new seal.
Can the Counter
be used without sealing it with security seals?
If the manager or owner is doing her or
his own pickups, then the unit does not have to be sealed. However, if
an employee other than the one dealing with the hourly, daily, or weekly
cash intake is required to make the cassette pickups, then the security
seals should be used. The seals provide that extra bit of security
until the money is in the proper hands.
How many bills can one
One cassette can hold 400-600
bills, depending on the quality of the bills. If the bills are in good
condition, the cassette can hold up to 600 bills. However, if the
majority of the bills are in poor condition, the unit will only hold around
How many bills can be
deposited into the Counter
at one time?
Again, the answer to this question
depends on the quality of the bills being deposited. However, given
average bill quality, 50 bills can be deposited into the Counter
at one time.
How can the Counter
The unit comes with the unique feature that it can be
mounted either below or above the counter. However, if mounted below
the counter, a certain amount of space is needed in order to remove the