Cash & Coin Spec Sheet and Wiring Diagram


This stand-alone kiosk offers both flexibility and  durability.  It  is our only unit with the capability to accept cash and dispense both cash and coins. With the ability to handle cash, credit and debit cards, and user account payments, the Cash-Coin is the ideal MicroMarket solution for businesses with both one-time and routine users. The Cash-Coin is built with a steel frame and housed by tempered, heat-resistant plastic material.

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Stand-alone steel frame and housing exterior

Dimensions (HxWxD)

68” x 29” x 24”


Max current draw – 2.5 A

Max power consumption – 300 W


Approx – 320 lbs




Biometric Reader

Users can access their stored value account using their fingerprint.

Audio Speakers

Users are guided by audio prompts throughout the transaction.

Front & Rear Access

High security locks allow for easy access to kiosk components.


Key Components



Data Processing

High speed, lightweight, ultra-quiet industrial PC

Touch Screen

19” ELO-Touch with IntelliTouch technologies mounted in portrait format. Aspect Ration 5:4, Contrast Ration 1000:1

Credit Card Reader

Dual Sided Commercial Grade 3 Track Reader

Bill Acceptor

500 note cassette; accepts $1, $2, $5, $10 and $20 bills

Barcode Scanner

High-volume scanner capable of reading most barcodes, including: 1D, 2D, QR, and direct part marks. Reads barcodes presented on any surface, whether it’s printed on paper, etched into a product or displayed on a mobile phone screen.

Receipt Printer

  • Flip-up print-head, USB interface, 150 mm/s print speed
  • Uses 80mm thermal receipt paper

Bill Dispenser

Dual 500 note cassettes with two denominations ($1 & $5), USB/RS232 interface, bill low sensor, denomination sensor, lockable cassette, single note reject, top dispensing tray with anti-theft steel shroud

Coin Dispenser

  • Removable coin canister with $110.80 carrying capacity
  • Dispenses pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters

                                                                                                                                                                                    NOVEMBER 2014