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Semacon Electronic Coin Counters S-120 S-140

Description

S-120:

Electric Coin Counter / Offsorter / Bagger / Verifier / Packager with batching feature for packaging coins into coin wrappers. Offsorter sorting feature capable of separating the largest diameter coins from smaller diameter coins. For portable or stationary applications. Available in 110 volt or 220 volt.

S-140:

Electric Coin Counter / Offsorter / Bagger / Verifier / Packager with batching feature for packaging coins into coin wrappers. Extra-large hopper for larger coin volumes. Offsorter sorting feature capable of separating the largest diameter coins from smaller diameter coins. Available in 110 volt or 220 volt.

Ease Of Use

Semacon's Electronic Coin Counters have one simple adjustment for the coin diameter and another easy adjustment to set the coin thickness. Simplicity at it's best!

Control Panel

Semacon's S-120 and S-140 model Electronic Coin Counters feature our pushbutton control panel. These push button controls are associated with functions that are typically used extensively by the operator on the Coin Counter. Simply put, these Coin Counters are very easy to use!

Coin Sorting

Semacon's Coin Counters are designed to quietly count, bag or wrap coins at very high speeds. These models feature an offsort function which is designed to count or package the largest diameter coins first and separate the smaller diameter coins into a different bag or tray. This process can then be repeated until all coin denominations have been counted or packaged.

Safety Features

At Semacon, the safety of our customers is one of our highest priorities! Our counters incorporate numerous safety features, such as a protective covers over the feed belt system that are easily removable and allow the operator quick access to the feed system.

Advanced Design Features

  • The main chassis structures are constructed from a strong yet lightweight metal alloy protected by a durable high impact plastic case, assuring long lasting performance through years of heavy use.
  • Semacon's Coin Counters are designed with a large base to offer greater stability than some other coin counters, while still maintaining a slim and compact space-saving design.
  • Our Coin Counters also feature a large tilting coin tray for inspecting and feeding the coins into the coin hopper. This tray conveniently folds closed for portability and to protect the counter when not in use.

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