- Summarizing of recounting results
- Automatic start of recounting
- Autonomous power supply from 4 AA batteries
The DORS CT1015 portable counter comes with a carrying case that can be attached to the operator’s belt.
DORS CT1015 is successfully used by transport companies and couriers.
The mode of summing up the results of the conversion allows you to calculate any amount of money supply that is homogeneous at face value.
It is convenient when reconciling the number of banknotes in a bundle with the quantity declared according to the documents. It is also convenient when receiving a large number of banknotes of low denominations from the client, because it allows you to avoid recalculating each banknote manually.
The manual beginning of the counting mode allows you to control the beginning of the counting of banknotes: the cashier has the opportunity to evenly stack banknotes without haste.
Indication of the included operating modes: there is no need to remember all the counter settings, just look at the control panel.
Types of control
The optical density of banknote paper is defined as the average transmittance of IR light transmitted through the banknote. This is the basic level of control required for any banknote counter.
Portable banknote counter DORS CT1015
|Counting rate, banknotes per minute||600|
|The number of counted banknotes||120 old or 150 new|
|Power Supply||110-240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
AC / DC adapter or
4 AA batteries
|Power consumption, no more than||2 W|
|Overall dimensions, (WxDxH)||190х102х75 mm|