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Carnation CR1 Bank-Grade Bill Counter Review

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Carnation CR1 Bank-Grade Bill CounterCounting bills with high rates of speed and accuracy are must-have features in any bill counter, especially when it comes to professional businesses like banks, credit unions, casinos and other businesses that handle large volumes of money on a daily basis. One model that we recently added to our site, and has since become a best seller, is the Carnation CR1 bill counter (found here). I would like to point out a few reasons why this may be a good fit for you.

Carnation has been making bill counters for several years and we have found their product line not only to be solid, but Carnation has an amazing warranty and impeccable reputation. As of this article Carnation offers about seven different models including battery-powered bill counters and mixed denomination counters. The CR1 is one of their flagship models.

The CR1 bill counter is a machine designed to provide you with a total quantity of bills. It will not distinguish the difference in value. If you need not only the total amount of bills, but the value as well, you will need a mixed bill counter (aka currency discriminator) like the Carnation CR3 (found here). This means if you put in 87 bills into the CR1, it will provide you with a total number of 87….not the dollar value. Most people are fine with this as bills are already pre sorted.

The Carnation CR1 is fast, capable of counting bills at speeds of up to 1,000 per minute. The feeder will hold up to 400 new bills, which is a fairly high capacity as most comparable models only hold up to 200. While it works great with USD (US Dollars), it can also be used with Canadian Dollars, Euros, Mexican Pesos and other currencies.

Here is a short video of the CR1 in use:

This particular bill counter will allow for standard counting, adding and batch counting. The adding feature lets you continue to add more and more stacks while the bill counter maintains a running total. The batch feature lets you tell the bill counter to stop after counting a pre-determined quantity. This is excellent for sorting and organizing counted bills.

One thing I personally like about the CR1 is the triple protection counterfeit system. This bill counter will use ultraviolet (UV), magnetic (MG) and infrared (IR) detection to quickly verify the authenticity of bills. This is excellent for real-time verification or simply to ensure the stacks of bills being counted are real. If a counterfeit is detected, the machine will stop and notify the operator.

The CR1 is designed to be used on a daily basis, hence the name bank-grade that the manufacturer tagged onto the name of the machine. It is fast, user-friendly and modern. It is excellent for use out on the sales counter or in the back of the office. It is highly professional and extremely robust.

You can find the Carnation CR1 bill counter by visiting us here. At ABC Office we offer dozens of different bill and money counting machines. If this machine doesn’t have all the features you need, or you simply want to compare it against a few other models, please feel free to visit all of our money counters by going here. You may also call us at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions.

Ribao JM-80 Currency Counter Review

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

Ribao JM-80 Currency & Bill CounterSo you’re on a tight budget, but require very specific features in your currency counting machine? If this sounds like your current situation, one bill counter to consider is the Ribao JM-80 (found here). This bill counter comes in two different flavors; one with counterfeit detection capabilities and one without. There are many reasons why this machine may be a good choice for you. I would like to review a few of those reasons in this article.

The JM-80 is what’s known as a currency counter or bill counter. It is designed to take your stack of bills and provide you with a total number. While many machines do this exact same task, there are several things that set the JM-80 apart from the competition.

While this currency counter is not a currency discriminator (which counts mixed bills and provides a total value), it will allow you to take a pre-sorted stack of money, set the value in the bill counter and it will provide you with a total dollar value. This is a nice feature that is rarely found in standard bill counters. It will also provide you with a total number of bills counted, like most bill counters.

You can also buy this bill counter in a standard design or in a UV/MG design. The UV/MG model has the ability to scan bills, while counting, for counterfeit properties. This includes ultraviolet scanning (UV), magnetic scanning (MG) and infrared scanning (IR). Unlike most bill counters with counterfeit capabilities, the UV/MG model allows you to adjust the sensitivity of the counterfeit scanning to help prevent false positives. If you’re business is concerned about counterfeit money, the JM-80 UV/MG is a must-have product.

The JM-80 also includes half note detection, double note detection, chain note detection and notes of different sizes / denomination detection. Along with size detection, this bill counter can also be used with counting non-US currency (non-polymer based), paper, coupons and other paper material that falls within the minimum and maximum specifications.

Ribao JM-80 Currency Counter LCD ScreenThe LCD screen is a very unique feature in a currency counter at this price. Most just have a small screen that provides you with a number. This bill counter uses a screen that not only provides you with a lot of data, but also makes it very easy to set the machine up.

The hopper on this machine can hold up to 300 bills and the stacker can hold up to 200 bills. The counting speed is adjustable and ranges from 600, 900, 1200 and 1500 bills per minute. This bill counter is fast and very accurate.

As you might expect, money is dirty. It is often covered in dust, trace narcotics, germs and other filth. The JM-80 has a built-in dust collector and a built-in dust cover. This is wonderful to have not just for sanitary reasons, but is an added benefit for employees using this machine that may suffer from allergies, dust sensitivity, asthma and other pulmonary issues. It’s also much healthier for you.

In conclusion, this is a very affordable currency counter considering what you get. While it does what most other currency counters can do, it has those added bells and whistles that help it edge out a lot of the competition. I think it’s a great unit to have for use in a business, retail store, bank, casino or church. You can find our entire selection of money and bill counters here.

Ribao P-100 Portable Battery-Powered Bill Counter Review

Friday, August 16th, 2013

Ribao P-100 Battery Powered Bill Counter with Counterfeit DetectionBill counters are handy machines, especially when you consider the alternative. Bill counters are extremely accurate, are generally easy to set up and use and are an excellent tool for any business that handles money on a regular basis. So what do you do when you need a bill counter, but no AC power is available? This is where battery-powered bill counters, like the Ribao P-100 (found here), come into play. We recently added this new battery-powered bill counter to our site and I would like to get you up to speed.

While most bill counters are fairly compact and easy to move around, over 99% of them have to be plugged into some sort of wall outlet. While there are some battery powered models out there, many of them are just a few steps above a toy. This is where the Ribao P-100 really finds its mark. It is both portable and effective. I would like to cover a few of its features.

To begin with, Ribao is a very well known manufacturer in the money handling industry. Their product lineup includes everything from coin counters and sorters to bill counters and counterfeit detectors. Their products have been around for literally years and are considered to be some of the best available, right up there with other brands like Cassida and Semacon.

The Riboa P-100 is completely battery powered. That means that it does not need an external AC power source. This allows the P-100 to be used on the go and makes it excellent for a variety of outdoor events, remote events and other limited power situations. The battery is a 12-volt rechargeable battery, which means no need to worry about constantly buying new batteries. If a wall outlet is nearby, an included AC adapter can be used for added convenience.

I would now like to cover some of the features themselves. First off, this bill counter really isn’t scaled down much at all from a standard bill counter. In fact, it is still able to count bills at a remarkable 1,000 per minute, which is close to what most handle. It also features a hopper that can hold 120 or 200 new bills and a stacker that handles the same amount. Again, this is very similar to what you would find in a standard bill counter. It is remarkably quiet.

One remarkable feature about this, especially considering the low price, is the fact that it includes counterfeit detection technology. This features UV (ultraviolet), MG (magnetic), MT (metal thread) and IR (Infrared) detection capabilities. Few AC bill counters include all these features.

The P-100 has a bright LED display with a 4-digit counter and features a batch preset display with 3 digits in green. It also starts automatically, automatically cleans itself and features half note, double not and chain not detection. Setting up batch counting is extremely easy to do using the control panel.

The bill counter itself is very compact and would easily fit in a drawer or cupboard. It only weighs in at four pounds shipped. It measures in at just 9”L x 7”W x 5”H.

Do you still have questions about this bill counter? Give us a call at 1-800-658-8788 to speak with one of our knowledgeable experts. If this isn’t the model you need, we can help you find one that will work for your needs. You can find our entire selection of bill counters here.  Have you used this model yourself? Let us know what you think by posting a comment.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

Carnation CR2 Money Counter Review

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Carnation CR2 Money CounterFast, effective and accurate are all words that can be used to describe most money counters (found here). You put a stack of bills in the hopper and in seconds the entire stack is counted. At ABC Office we offer a wide variety of money counters from brands such as Intelli-Count, Cassida, Semacon, Magner and others. We recently added a new brand to our site by Carnation and I will be reviewing the Carnation CR2 money counter (found here) in this article.

When it comes to money counting machines, many of them look like clones of each other and there aren’t usually many features that make them unique from each other. We are always looking for new and unique products to add to our site. The Carnation CR2 has many unique features that set it apart from other machines.

To begin with, the Carnation CR2 is an industrial level machine, meaning it can be used with larger organizations such as banks, credit unions and casinos. It features a variable speed control that allows it to operate at speeds ranging from 800-1500 bills a minute. At 1500 bills per minute, this is one of the fastest money counters on the market.

Another feature I really like about the CR2 is the large feeder and carrier. Most money counters feature a feeding hopper that holds around 200 new or 100 used bills. This machine has a feeder with a capacity of 400 new bills, which is pretty large. This means you don’t have to load it as frequently, which results in you getting more done in a shorter period of time.

Over the years the problem of counterfeit bills has continued to grow with the improvements in printing and copying technology. The CR2 is equipped with counterfeit detection capabilities. It uses three different technologies to do this. These are ultraviolet (UV), magnetic (MG) and Infrared (IR). Using these built in counterfeit detection tools, it can scan bills on the fly and quickly determine if they are real or fake. In the event that a counterfeit bill is detected, the CR2 will stop and notify the operator.

The CR2 can also be set up for various counting functions. It can be used to count the bills in a stack, count them and add them to additional stacks and it can be used for batch counting. Batch counting is especially nice for sorting, organizing and storing bills. The feeder can be used to count US currency, but also works with Canadian bills, Euros and currencies from other countries.

Another cool feature of the Carnation CR2 is the control panel. I have used a lot of money counters since working at ABC Office and I can safely say I have never seen one with a touch screen control panel. The CR2 is equipped with a touch screen control that is extremely easy to navigate. Data, such as counted bills, is shown on the left screen.

One thing you should be aware of is that the CR2 does not distinguish the difference between different denominations. This means it will provide you with a total number of bills counted, but not the total value. If you need a bill counter that will count and provide the value, you will need to go with something like the Carnation CR3 mixed bill counter (found here).

In conclusion, the CR2 is one of the most robust machines we offer for higher-end money counting. It features a nice one-year warranty and includes pretty much every feature you could want in a money counter that doesn’t distinguish denominations. Please feel free to contact us at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions. You can find our entire selection of money counters here.

Carnation CR3 Mixed Bill Currency Discriminator & Counter Review

Monday, November 19th, 2012

Carnation CR3 Mixed Bill CounterHave you ever wanted a machine that not only counted bills, but also provided you with the total dollar value of the stack? Most money counting machines can’t do this. You usually have to settle with the total number of bills. While this is adequate for most businesses, some need the ability for a machine to count and add mixed bills. One of the best mixed bill counters is the Carnation CR3 (found here).

Many businesses and retail stores deal with cash registers that have pre-sorted drawers for different denominations of bills. In those situations, a standard money counting machine is more than adequate. In those situations, however, where bills are not pre-sorted, trying to determine how much money is at hand can be a task in and of itself. This is where the Carnation CR3 finds its mark. Take your stack of $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 bills and throw them all in the hopper.

The hopper on this machine has a 200-bill capacity. Simply put your bills in, tell the machine what you want done and let it start pulling through the bills. A bright LCD screen on the left side of the machine will then begin to display data from the count with a total piece and a total value. While this counter does a great job of totaling bill amounts, it also isn’t a half bad machine. This machine can be set up for batch counting, adding multiple stacks and much more.

The Carnation CR3 mixed denomination currency value counter is often found in banks, casinos and credit unions. It features a tabletop design, allowing it to be easily placed on any table, desk or counter. The motor itself runs at a fast 500 to 1100 bank notes per minute. In comparison with other “standard” money counters, this is right on par with other machines out there. When compared to other currency discriminators out there, the CR3 is easily one of the most affordably priced.

Not only does it count bills, but it also features counterfeit detection technology. This is a must-have feature for banks, casinos and businesses. As the bills are run through the CR3, it scans them using UV (Ultraviolet), MG (Magnetic) and IR (Infrared) technology. If a fake bill is detected, the Carnation CR3 will immediately stop and notify the operator. This can be a huge money saver and can ultimately save thousands of dollars.

So is this a machine you may want to consider in your own office? If you don’t need the dollar value to be added up, you may want to consider using a standard bill counter. This isn’t because the CR3 is a bad machine, but a standard money counter (which provides total quantity amounts) is a lot less money. If you do need the total value of a stack, this is the best option available and it is literally thousands of dollars less than comparable machines.

Please feel free to call us at 1-800-658-8788 with any money handling questions. You can find our entire selection of money counting machines here.

Semacon S-1015 Mini UV Currency Counter Review

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Semacon S-1015 Mini UV Currency CounterCounting money by hand is a time consuming process. Accuracy can be dramatically improved, along with speed, by using an automated currency counting machine. The only downside of a standard currency counter is that they can’t catch counterfeit bills. If you need speed, accuracy and the ability to scan for counterfeit bills, consider a machine like the Semacon S-1015 Mini UV currency counter (found here). This is my review.

Semacon may not know for making the cheapest bill counters available, but they are known for making some of the highest-quality bill counters around. Many of their machines are manufactured in Japan, where quality control is significantly higher than in other manufacturing countries. Their machines are “burned in” and tested prior to packaging, ensuring a working machine out of the box.

Semacon currently manufactures a wide range of currency counters, coin counters and coin roll crimping machines. You can find their entire line of money handling equipment here.

The Semacon S-1015 Mini UV is a compact currency counter, designed from the ground up to quickly count bills, tickets, coupons, paper and more. It is one of Semacon’s “mini” counters, designed to be more compact than standard currency counters and far more portable.

One of the biggest benefits of the S-1015 Mini UV is that it has ultraviolet counterfeit detection capabilities. If you have ever held a U.S. $5, $10, $20, $50 or $100, you’ll notice several UV features that glow. These same features are scanned by the S-1015 Mini UV. If these features are not present, the bill counter will promptly alert you to the possibility of a counterfeit banknote.

The digital display, located on the S-1015, is found on the top of the machine. This makes controls easy to access and data easy to read. This display will provide you with a running total on what’s going on. You can set the S-1015 to provide you with the total count of an individual stack of bills, or you can set it to provided you with an added total of several stacks of bills.

The control panel is easy to use. A bright green button turns the counter on and a red button stops the machine. A UV button allows you to toggle the counterfeit detection on and off and a batch counting button makes it easy to set up batch counting for various amounts.

Not only does this currency counter handle money, but it can also be used to count other denominations (including Canadian), as long as they fall within the 115 x 50 to 167 x 85 mm minimum and maximum sizes. This can also be used to count tickets, coupons and paper.

Overall I am very impressed with this counter. The build quality is exceptional, up to par for daily use. It should easily hold up for years and is perfect for use in grocery stores, retail shops, banks, credit unions and more.

You should be aware, however, that this counter will not provide you with the actual dollar amount of the bills being counted, just the total quantity. Few currency counters provide a dollar amount and those that do are called currency discriminators.

You can find the Semacon S-1015 Mini UV currency counter here and our entire selection of currency counting machines here.

Magner 35-3 Currency Counter Review

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

Magner 35-3 Automatic Bill CounterWhen you think about bill counters, brands like Semacon, Cassida and Klopp are probably a few that come to mind. One of the most popular brands, however, is Magner. One of our most popular Magner bill counters is the Magner 35-3 high-speed bill counter (found here). It has been around for years and has developed quite a reputation. This is my review.

Magner is a very popular manufacturer of bill counters, coin counters, coin wrappers and counterfeit detectors. They are well known for their Model 20, Model 75 and Model 75V. While these are all great machines, their most popular machine, according to our customers, is the Model 35-3.

If you have ever used a bill counter, you may know that one of the most frustrating things about using one is the issue of misfeeds. While this doesn’t occur with all counters, many require adjustments and finicky settings to work correctly. The Magner 35-3 works as advertised right out of the box. While there are some adjustments that can be made, few are required.

Magner claims that the 35 series is the longest-ever produced bill counter and the #1 best selling bill counter in the world. While I can’t confirm all these claims, I can tell you that it is a solid bill counter. Here are a few reasons why.

To begin with, it is accurate. You can take a stack of bills, place them in the hopper, and it will count them with extreme precision every time. When operating a business, accuracy can mean a big difference. When operating a bank, accuracy can mean someone’s job.

Speed shouldn’t be an issue with the 35-3. It has a variable speed motor, capable of counting bills at 600, 1200 or 1500 banknotes per minute. Simply select the desired speed from the control panel. As someone who has used several bill counters, I can vouch for the fact that 1500 bills per minute is screaming fast.

The Magner 35-3 is great at detecting flaws in bills and feed issues. It has a double, chain and half-note detection. It will also alert you in the rare event that a jam occurs. It also has 5 adjustable density settings, making this bill counter idea for use with not just US currencies, but foreign currencies as well.

The control panel is very easy to navigate. A digital display lets you know what’s going on at all times. The display also provides you with a total number of bills counted.

The Magner 35-3 can handle be set up for standard counting, batch counting or accumulative counting. Standard counting resets the machine every time a new stack of bills are placed in the hopper. Batch counting lets you tell the machine how many bills to count before stopping. Accumulative counting remembers previous counts and keeps them all tallied until reset.

You will want to be aware that the Magner 35-3 does not sort bills, it only counts them. It will give you a total number of bills counted, not a total value of bills counted. If you need the actual dollar value, and to have the bills sorted, you will need what’s known as a bill discriminator. Most people are fine with the total number of bills and bills are typically pre-sorted prior to counting.

From start to finish, the Magner 35-3 bill counter is a high quality and accurate machine. Considering how long it has been around, the fact that it has been time tested with customers and is made from high-quality materials, you will more than likely be highly satisfied with this machine.

You can find the Magner 35-3 automatic currency counter here and our entire selection of bill counters here.

If you still have questions about bill / currency counters, feel free to call and speak with one of our money counting specialists by calling 1-800-658-8788. Have a great day!

Cassida 5520 Currency & Bill Counter Review

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Cassida 5520 Currency / Bill CounterPrecision, accuracy and reliability are all features you expect to find in a bill counter. You don’t want to have to deal with jams, breakdowns and other issues. You need a reliable machine. One bill counter we have come to find as reliable and dependable is the Cassida 5520 bill counter (found here). This is my review.

Cassida currently makes several different bill counters, coin counters and counterfeit bill detectors. Cassida, along with other reputable manufacturers like Magner and Semacon, have developed a great reputation with customers and dealers. Many of Cassida’s bill counters include built-in counterfeit detection capabilities.

The Cassida 5520 is available in a UV (ultraviolet) and a UV / MG (ultraviolet & magnetic) version. The UV and MG capabilities are designed to scan bills for counterfeit properties while simultaneously counting them. The process literally takes milliseconds and the process is flawless. It is very impressive to see just how accurate this bill counter is.

This should give you an idea as to just how fast this bill counter operates. It runs at a speed of 1,300 bills per minute, which equals 21.6 bills a second. Considering the average human counts bills at a speed of about 1-3 bills per minute, this is a dramatic improvement. I can also tell you that this bill counter is leaps and bounds more accurate than a human.

The Cassida 5520 has a hopper capacity of 200 new bills, which usually equals about 100 used bills. As soon as the bills are counted, they can be removed and more bills added.

This bill counter features a few different counting methods. One is to count the bills and then reset as soon as another stack is added and the second method is to keep a continuous total of bills counted (until reset). Total numbers are easy to see in red on the built-in digital display. At the moment, the 5520 even comes with a remote display that can be plugged into the bill counter.

The Cassida 5520 also offers the option of batch counting, which means you can tell it to count 20 bills (your choice) and then stop. Once the bills are removed it will count another 20 bills. This is ideal for bundling bills in specific quantities (great for banks).

One downside is that this bill counter will not sort the bills. Few (less than 5%) machines are capable of sorting bills. If you need a bill counter that can also sort bills, you will need what’s known as a bill discriminator.

Not only does the 5520 count bills, but it can also be used to count checks, coupons and tickets. It can also be used to count foreign currencies. The only caveat is that the material being counted has to fit within 2″ x 4″ to 4″ x 7-1/3″ sizes.

Overall I have to say that the Cassida 5520 is a solid machine. It is portable, accurate and the build quality is great. It even includes a build in handle for added portability.

You can find the Cassida 5520 bill counter here and our entire selection of bill counters here.

Semacon S-1100 Bill Counter Review

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Semacon S-1100 Bill CounterDo you count, handle or keep tabs of bills on a regular basis? Are human counting errors costing your business money? It sounds like you need to upgrade to a bill counting machine. They are relatively cheap and can potentially save you a lot of time and money. One great model you may want to consider using is the Semacon S-1100 bill counter (found here). This is my review.

While Semacon bill counters aren’t considered to be the cheapest machines on the market, they are considered to be some of the best quality bill counters around. Semacon makes several different bill counters, coin counters and other money handling machines.

The Semacon S-1100 bill counter is available in three different versions. You can get it as the standard S-1100, the S-1115 UV CF (ultraviolet counterfeit detection) or the S-1125 UV-MG CF  (ultraviolet and magnetic counterfeit detection). All three models work the same other than the counterfeit detection capabilities you get with the S-1115 and S-1125.

Using the Semacon S-1100 bill counter is easy and requires very little training. Simply plug in the machine, insert your bills and tell the machine to start counting. Sure there are some additional features that you may want to use as well, but it really is that easy.

The S-1100 is especially known for its ability to handle used and worn bills that often put other bill counters on the fritz. It also has chain note, half note and double not detection capabilities.

Unlike many bill counters that are made from cheap components, the S-1100 is made from high quality material. It even has a one-year warranty to bask that up. The warranty includes coverage on parts, labor and shipping. Semacon is a very nice company to work with.

The hopper on the S-1100, S-1115 and S-1125 can hold up to 100 new or 200 used bills. It can also be used to count foreign currencies, tickets, checks and paper. Just be sure the dimensions of the bill or paper you are counting fits within the minimum and maximum specifications (100 mm x 50 mm to 175 mm x 100 mm).

The Semacon S-1100 looks great, fits in well with existing office equipment and even includes a convenient dust cover when not in use. It is very easy to pick up and move around the office or store.

This particular unit is primarily designed for use in smaller banks and credit unions, but can also be used in retail stores, grocery stores, casinos, clubs and much more.

I personally really like Semacon and their line of products, including the S-1100, S-1115 and S-1125. I have no problem recommending this machine for low to medium-volume use.

You can find the Semacon S-1100 bill counter here and our entire line of bill counters here.

Cassida 85 Currency Counter Review

Friday, February 18th, 2011

Cassida Model 85 Currency & Bill CounterA currency counter should be precise, easy-to-use and durable. It should save you money and time by simplifying counting operations. One great machine that can help you with your bill, money and currency counting needs is the Cassida Model 85 currency counter (found here). This is my review.

Cassida is one of the best-known manufacturers of currency counters. They currently manufacture about a dozen different products. This includes currency counters, counterfeit detectors and coin counters.

The Cassida 85 is one of the newest additions to the Cassida lineup. It is available in a base model, a UV (ultraviolet) model and a UV / MG (ultraviolet / magnetic) model. The UV and UV / MG models have counterfeit detection. These models are the Model 85, Model 85 U and Model 85 UM.

The Cassida 85 is a variable speed currency counter. The motor can be adjusted to 3 different settings. This includes 800, 1200 and 1500 bills per minute. This is ideal when counting bills, tickets, paper, checks and other material.

Unlike many currency counters out there, the Cassida 85 has very impressive capacity specs. It has a 1,000 bill hopper capacity and a 300 bill stacker capacity (new bills). Most bill counters are limited to 100.

Not only does the Cassida 85 count bills, it can count bills in a variety of different ways. It can provide you with a running total of bills counted and can batch count bills. Batch counting is great if you are a bank or a retail environment that needs to group or store bills in specific quantities.

The control panel on the Cassida 85 is very easy to use. The buttons are large (for those of us that have fat fingers) and easy to read. The display on the Cassida is large and easy to view.

The Cassida 85 is available with a few different options. You can get it with an optional dust collector or an optional remote customer display.

I feel safe in categorizing the Cassida 85 as a commercial quality machine. It is tough, definitely designed for daily use and is accurate. This is great for banks, retail stores and many other organizations.

You can find the Cassida Model 85 currency counter here and our entire selection of Cassida bill counters here. You can find our entire selection of bill counters here. This includes models from Cassida, Semacon, Ribao, Magner, ABC, Klopp any many more.

Feel free to call us up at 1-800-658-8788 with any questions regarding bill counters. We are more than happy to help.

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