|The electronic coin validator G−40 in the standardized 5" format is available with a parallel or serial S1⁄cctalk vending machine interface, including internal sorting, and with top entry or front entry.
Devices with a parallel vending machine interface are designed in compliance with the BDTA standard (German tobacco association) or with the BACTA standard (British Amusement Catering Trade Association).
The G−40 with a parallel vending machine interface, as well as the G−40.FT with a serial vending machine interface, can accept and data-manage up to 32 different coin types, which are divided into 2 x 16 coins and can be switched as two independent configurations (e.g. two currencies with up to 16 coin types each).
To be able to react as quickly as possible to new false coins and to make your individual settings, you can connect the coin validator to a PC programming station in the workshop or on site in the vending machine to a Palm-OS® handheld with the NRI Palm-OS® application "PalmEMP".
Coins or tokens that have not been taken into account at the manufacturer's company can also be taught in the teach mode directly at the vending machine by inserting coins without using any configuration tools.
With which vending machine interfaces is the G−40 available?
The G−40 is available to you in many different models in order to ensure that this coin validator is compatible with as many vending machine interfaces as possible:
The internal sorting of the G−40
In order to be able to sort the accepted coins into the cash-box or, e.g., into change tubes or hoppers, the G−40 is also available on an optional basis with an internal 5-fold sorting device. The individual coins can be distributed across the five successively arranged sorting chutes (longitudinal sorting) independently of their dimensions. They can define each chute as a cash-box chute. For the purpose of splitting-up and for better further transport of the coins to be sorted, a 5-fold sorting adapter can be installed on the coin outlet of AWP and SWP coin validators.
As an alternative, the G−40 with a serial S1 or cctalk interface can also be equipped with a transverse sorting system. In that case, the five sorting chutes will be set up next to one another.
The G−40 properties at a glance