Take the Next Step in Currency Counters
The Advantec 75 is breakthrough in currency counters. Built
to standards usually reserved for aircraft components, it combines
speed, precision, and versatility into one heavy-duty machine. Packed
with cutting-edge features and tested in ultra-demanding counting
environments, the Advantec 75 is a state-of-the-art machine ready for a
wide variety of missions.
Our latest models include value calculation and
ValuCount™ uses the denomination
selected by the user to calculate
the dollar value of the count. By
activating ValuCount in the add
mode, users can count different
denominations while keeping track
of the total value.
View the ValuCount™ video
Next-level communication capabilities
In an industry first, the Advantec 75 displays both the reason and
remedy for detection alerts in easy-to-understand language on its large
liquid crystal display.
A broad range of detection features
Infrared, ultraviolet (U and UM models), and magnetic
sensors (UM model) are able to spot a wide range of bill discrepancies,
including half, double, and chain notes, note-width differences, and
Fast, accurate, and reliable
The Advantec 75 counts up to 1,500 bills per minute without
sacrificing accuracy, reliability, or crucial detection capabilities.
User preferences for screen brightness and keypad beep can
be quickly set using the control panel. In addition to 1,500 bills per
minute, counting speeds of 800, 1000 and 1200 are also available to
ensure smooth counting of both worn and new bills.
Friendly to users and the environment
The Advantec 75 enters an energy-saving sleep mode when not
in use, but the One-Eye-Open™ feature switches the unit from sleep to
counting when bills are loaded.
||800, 1000, 1200, 1500 bills/minute|
||425 bills (new)|
||350 bills (new)|
||Half, double, chain, note width|
||Audio alert with visual instructions|
||Count, add, batch, add+batch |
||Presets and 1-999 |
||14.8 lbs (6.7 kg) |
||10.6"w x 9.8"d x 9.0"h (270mm x 250mm x 230mm) |
||100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz|
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With Ultraviolet Counterfeit Detection