SC 22 coin sorter is popular worldwide for its superior sensor technology in combination with its small size and easy operation. The unit features automatic rejection of foreign and damaged coins, as well as programmable batch stops. It sorts up to 8 coins and counts up to 32 coins in three different counting modes. The alphanumeric display ensures easy operation of the flexible software with subtotals, grand totals, date and time. Serial interface is standard, which enables connection to a PC or a printer.
Compact and easy to use
SC 22 is a very compact and light coin counter, providing reliable counting technology at banks, post offices or in the retail segment. Easy operating and maintenance is a hallmark for the SC 22 and the solid construction combined with few, high quality components ensures minimum service.
Many flexible accessories
SC 22 can easily be equipped for tubing or bagging coins at pre-set quantities. With the special table, SC 22 can also be converted to a freestanding unit. Other accessories include additional printer and a large coin tray.
The advanced sensor technology is SCAN COIN's own special hallmark. The sensor technology is outstanding when it comes to detecting and off-sorting foreign, damaged and counterfeit coins.
Height(table top):400 mm/15.7"
Weight:16 kg/35.2 lbs
Voltage:110-130, 200-240 V, 60/50 Hz
Diameter range:14-34 mm/0.55"-1.34"
Thickness range:1.0-3.2 mm/0.04"-0.13"
SCAN COIN Sensational Sensor technology
It’s pure science, producing coins. Coins must be able to withstand extreme heat and cold and at the same time, the visually impaired must be able to identify the various coins. Coins must also be so complex that potential counterfeiters will want nothing to do with them.
Only the best is good enough
All this complexity in metals and electric fields must be distinguished by vending and coin handling machines. It is of course difficult to ensure that all coins, wherever they are manufactured, emit exactly the same information in the machines built to sort and count them.
It takes a highly sophisticated technique to handle the coins, not least in countries where several different currencies are in circulation. This can only be achieved by the most refined sensor technique. SCAN COIN is a world leading producer of sensor technology and has dedicated major resources in recent years to solving this problem.
The sensor technology is SCAN COIN's own special hallmark that has opened up exciting new opportunities, including the ability to have machines that are unmanned. The sensor technology was the final link for the self-service concept, which was conceived fairly soon afterwards.
Sensor technology lets us make a whole range of different measurements. We measure the coin’s size, its diameter, thickness and alloy characteristics. We measure the conductivity, i.e. how well it conducts electricity, and we measure its magnetic properties, i.e. whether it contains metals that are magnetic or not.
Sensor technology is constantly developing, partly because the coins themselves are changing all the time. As in the fashion industry there are changing trends in coin design and SCAN COIN is dedicating major resources to stay in the forefront.