Compac OEM Series

The Compac is newly patented and compact coin module that will soon be launched after a series of internal and marketing tests. Using the standard communication protocol (SDK protocol) from CTcoin and thus resulting in a low cost, reliable, durable and above all, accurate coin counter module – specially designed for OEM purposes.

 

 

The CTcoin sensor can handle up to 20 coin denominations (differentiated by material or size):

  • Shows quantity per denomination, and value per denomination
  • Total value
  • Reject of counterfeit coins (tested and approved for EURO).
  • RS 232 interface

With a coin speed of 230 cpm, it fills a gap in the market where there is a need for smaller bulk coin counting and handling. Product applications are expected within ATM, transport, parking, retail back and front office systems.

We project that various sorting mechanisms will be developed to be attached to the Compac, thus making it ideal for your specific application need.

Initially available for EUR, USD, CNY, RUB, ZAR and BRL coins

With dimensions of, H: 144 mm, W: 201 mm, D: 158 mm, the Compac is the smallest professional coin counter OEM module in the market.

The Compac is patent pending on patent application PA 2016 00635 and patent PA 2017 00527.

 

 

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The powerful 5th generation of sensor technology and electronics have 16 parameters of detection, ensuring the accurate and reliable identification of coins.

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The ONE software secures uniform handling, maintenance and feature set throughout the CTcoin machines.

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CTcoin technology has been approved by the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) and is in line with EU Regulation No. 1210/2010 of 15 December, 2010.

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CTcoin machines are developed and manufactured in Denmark using top quality components, material and skilled competent labour.

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By means of the communication module, CTcoin machines are able to transmit vital event and transaction data into an XML format.