The Generic desktop banknote counter that is recognized for its high speed and accuracy. Being capable of counting batch up to 1,800 notes per minute and equipped with advanced features, this lightweight and compact counter has been favored by wide range of businesses, from banks, hotels, casinos, supermarkets, retail shops, and many others. The GFB-800/900 is designed to continually provide superior performance demanded and expected by customers. It is capable of counting banknotes in 4 speed levels from 500, 1000, 1500 and 1800 pcs/min. different from similar counter in its class.
This is a high quality banknote counter with Glory’s MCCD system to protect against counterfeits. All the MCCDs (Multiple Currency Counterfeit Detector) used in our banknote counters have been developed by Glory. Although many of these outstanding technologies lie deep inside our devices, where they are not readily visible, be assured that each GFB is supported by an abundance of advanced Glory technologies.
Speed and efficiency that contribute to smooth business operations
this banknote counters achieve a high counting speed of 1800 notes per minute, one of the fastest in the world for a device in this class. Glory’s acclaimed technologies overcome the possibility of increased errors and miss–count rates that often accompany increased speed, making it possible to achieve a counting speed unmatched by conventional counters. Glory’s GFBs can also be set to counting speeds of 1500, 1000 and 500 notes per minute.
Batch operations – fast, efficient banknote bundling
Glory GFBs are equipped with automatic batch functions, and preset keys can be used to quickly select batch sizes of 10, 20, 25, 50 and 100 notes. The counter’s numeric keypad can also be used to manually set the batch capacity from 1 to 999.
Intuitive functions and speedy operation
A simple and intuitive display panel, ensures ease of use by the operator. With selectable auto-start function, banknotes can be placed in the counter’s hopper and note counting beings automatically and the simultaneously are checked for authenticity. When counted, notes are removed from the stacker and the note counter automatically resets itself for the next operation