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Cassida C100 Coin Sorter & Counter (C-100)
|Counting coins can be a very time-consuming and tedious task. The Cassida C100 Coin Sorter and Counter will help immensely with this task! Just fill the hopper, which can take up to 1500 coins, and let the machine sort and count for you while you concentrate on more important tasks. Come back to find all your coins accurately counted and separated into individual drawers with a detailed report including the total counted value and the subtotal value of coins counted for each denomination awaiting you.|
Batching and Adding
Any batch quantity from 0 to 500 can be individually set for each denomination. The Cassida C100 coin counter stops and alerts you when any denomination completes the preset batch. The denomination and the amount of coins counted will be displayed on the screen. Total counted value is automatically displayed on the screen as the machine counts, allowing you to stop the machine should you need a specific total value.
The C100 coin sorter's interface contains a clear, easy-to-read, multi-functional 7 digit LED display with large buttons that make any coin processing task simple and comfortable.
Counts pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters
Up to 1500 coins (based on dimes) can be placed into hopper at once
Coin tray capacity of up to 900 coins
Counts up to 250 coins per minute
0-500 batching for each denomination
Reports count for each denomination
Automatically shows total value
Auto start and stop
Self diagnostic system
Ergonomic and compact design
Easy to operate control panel
Error and batch sound alarms
Manufacturer's Warranty: 1 year full parts and labor warranty
We are an authorized Cassida dealer. Please remember that it is best to purchase products from manufacturer authorized dealers, to be sure your warranty will be honored, should the need arise in the future.
Can this item tell the difference between a US and a Canadian coin or slug?
The Cassida C100 Coin Sorter works strictly on coin diameter, so it cannot distinguish between US and CAD coins. If you have a coin that is larger than a quarter, that is not a US coin, it will stay in the hopper. However, if itís smaller, it will sort as the nearest denomination that is equal to or larger than its diameter.
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