SCR Advance note recycler

Crane Payment Innovations (CPI), a Crane Co. Company, will be showcasing the most comprehensive portfolio of automated payment systems in the industry.

Among the products on display will be the new SCR Advance note recycler and the EASITRAX Web cash management solution, which now offers a new Maintenance Alerts feature.

SCR Advance is an evolution from the original two-denomination SCR note recycler. In addition to offering the same exceptional acceptance and security as the legacy unit, SCR Advance has incorporated new technology to deliver the lowest jam rate in the industry.

In addition to its exceptionally low jam rate, SCR Advance’s architecture includes a removable anti-stringing module as well as a specialized inventory management system that accurately tracks the number of notes going into and out of the machine; it provides complete note accountability even in a powered down state; and personnel can access system components, when needed for maintenance, without also gaining access to secured notes, which remain safely locked away.

Also on the CPI booth will be EASITRAX Web, CPI’s cash management solution for casino environments that is now installed in more than 200,000 games worldwide. EASITRAX Web works by gathering information from multiple SC note acceptors into a remote database, where it can be easily converted into customizable reports from anywhere in the world with secure intranet access. This data can be used to streamline the drop process, facilitate asset evaluations and conduct preventative maintenance programs. And because cashboxes no longer need to be tied to specific machines, operators can save 20-30 seconds per cashbox on every drop – routinely resulting in a return on investment in less than one year.

Now, CPI has released a new Maintenance Alerts feature for EASITRAX Web that allows operators to set performance thresholds and receive automated notifications based upon these critical metrics. This will help operators save time and interpret data so problems can be identified and prevented before they even occur.

To learn more, visit CPI at stand N3-320.