The MEI® CASHFLOW® 4-in-1 validator adds the capability of contactless technology to traditional swipe credit/debit card, bill and coupon acceptance. MEI built on its successful Combo Acceptor product to create an innovative solution designed to provide maximum benefit for vending and amusement operators. This integration of transaction methods in one product offers consumers the broadest choice in payment options. Please note that the MEI bezel must be connected to an additional device for processing credit cards. Please contact MEI for further information at 1-800-345-8215.
MEI CASHFLOW 4-in-1 Bill Validator
- Product From Crane Merchandising Systems/Dixie-Narco, Inc.
The currenza combination (combo) cash and card bezel is designed to attract customers. Its bright, full-graphics screen clearly communicates transaction status to provide an intuitive magnetic card swipe, making card transactions easy. Stop losing sales due to the lack of the right payment options and increase customer satisfaction by giving your customers the ability to pay with credit cards, debit card, cash or coupons while continuing to provide a fast and reliable vending experience your customers have come to expect with the currenza line of payment products. The combo bezel is available on both the currenza bill validator and recycler and is also available separately for retrofit in the field on your existing currenza bill products.
- Product From AirVend
AirVend presents AV 7, a streamlined touchscreen solution for vending operators that can accept cashless payment and enable compliance with pending calorie disclosure regulations. The AV 7 device provides cashless payment options with credit card acceptance and NFC technology to ensure operators are no longer leaving sales on the table. The device is also wirelessly connected to AV Live, a cloud-based system providing real-time sales data, machine alerts, inventory tracking, and more.
- Product From Apriva
AprivaPay™ from Apriva is an innovative technology that turns an Apple or Android device into full-featured credit card terminal, allowing merchants to accept card payments and process transactions anywhere they do business.
- Product From Coin Mechanisms Inc.
Coin Mechanisms Inc. releases its new MDB Coin Changer Housing Assembly, which uses either a Conlux or CoinCo 5 tube coin changer; a controller PC board with complete MDB protocol interface and fully adjustable "vend time" and "coin accumulation" dipswitches plus a built-in 3 digit LED display; built-in dual out 65W 24V/5V enclosed power supply; and an integrated metal cashbox. It measures 19-1/2" high, 10-1/4" wide, 4-1/2" deep. Designed to operate on Single Serve Office Coffee Machines, the Coin Changer Housing Assembly is universal and can be used on any coin operated device that vends a product or service where giving change back is required.
- Product From Cassida Corporation
Cassida USA announced the launch of the C900 heavy duty coin sorter. The C900 recognizes individual denominations and sorts them into bins, bags, or wrappers. It calculates both the number and value of coins for each denomination as well as the grand total and displays them on the large LED display. Add and batch modes can be quickly activated and a memory function stores count data. An optional C900/printer package is available for those who need hardcopies of their reports. The C900 comes with a 1-year parts and labor warranty.
- Product From VendScreen Inc.
VendScreen, Inc. announced it is producing the first wave of VendScreen Revolution™ units for deployment among select vending machine operators. VendScreen Revolution™ comes equipped with cashless payment acceptance, display of nutrition information and the ability to issue instant refunds. The device fits into the credit card slot of all modern vending machines and uses an Android platform to provide telemetry and credit card processing, which fully incorporates Near Field Communication (NFC) technology so consumers can use Google Wallet and Isis through their mobile phones to make vending machine purchases.
- Product From Coin Acceptors Inc. (Coinco)
Coin Acceptors, Inc. is now offering Vantage Bill Acceptors with preprogrammed Canadian $20 polymer bill tables. All new production models beginning Aug. 28, 2012 will have the latest firmware installed. As for the current installed base, the FP5 field programmer can be used for updating or units can be returned to one of the Coinco authorized service centers for updating.
- Product From MEI
MEI Conlux® has released its next-generation bill validator, the CV1000. Replacing the Conlux NBM 3500 model, the CV1000 is the first Conlux validator to employ only optical sensors for note validation. Enhanced with four-way bill acceptance, CV1000-equipped machines are capable of taking notes between $1 and $20, at an acceptance rate of 95 percent or better. Expanded coupon options are available to support operators' marketing efforts. Other benefits beyond that of the NBM 3500 are enhanced LED lights on the bezel for greater machine merchandising and optional 300- or 500-note capacities for active machines.
- Product From Key Innovations Inc.
Key Innovations Ltd announces the launch of the KiSC unattended payment terminal, a new payment terminal that works with exisiting kiosk touch screens. The new KiSC from Key Innovations is a PCI approved payment terminal that pairs securely with any HDCP enabled display. It uses encryption technology originally developed to protect Blu-ray™ digital media rights.
- Product From Electronic Payment Exchange
Electronic Payment Exchange (EPX), a full-service payment processor providing combined tokenization and end-to-end encryption payment solutions to global merchants, and Cryptera, a world-leading provider of secure payment solutions and encrypting PIN pads, announced their partnership offering unattended payment solutions to the self-service market. Using Cryptera’s secure, EMV-certified UPT 7000 Unattended Payment Terminal with EPX’s tokenization-based payment processing platform, the companies will provide superior payment solutions for unattended kiosks, vending machines, fuel pumps, quick-service restaurants, electric vehicle chargers, and other self-service systems.