Efficiency and a production that easily adopts to business requirements: The modular "High Speed World” for high volume commercial cash centers and casinos perfectly links banknote processing and intelligent automation.
The BPS® M5 is the system for commercial applications in G+D Currency Technology’s High-Speed World for high volume cash processing. As successor to the BPS® 1000 (with over 1,400 installations worldwide), it processes mixed denominations of banknotes with different formats and substrates. In doing so, the system achieves speeds of up to 33 banknotes per second (around 120,000 banknotes per hour) – even in continuous operation: 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Additional automation modules - the NotaTracc® and NotaPack® systems can automate the loading and packaging of banknotes for the BPS® M5, further improving productivity and security by minimizing idle time and hands-on-cash.
Speed variants for 22 and 33 banknotes per second (up to 80,000 or 120,000 banknotes per hour)
Best-in-class sensor solution ensures full-area authenticity verification and high resolution fitness sorting
Up to 5 delivery modules. Each delivery module comes with 4 stackers with online banders or 2 large stackers each holding up to 2,000 loose banknotes
Consistent processing of mixed denominations with various formats and substrates
Cyber security by BPS® Protect
The BPS® M5 has a modular structure. It can be equipped with 4 to 20 stackers, and supports various operation modes and cash processes: Header card deposit processing (HDP) is ideal for efficiently verifying small deposits, such as in casinos or retail environments. Fast deposit processing (FDP) is interactive and achieves outstanding security due to a straightforward process sequence. The high capacity feed compartment (up to 4,000 banknotes) incorporates continuous banknote input with noise and dust protection facilitated by an automated sliding door. ATM fit banknotes are not strapped but stacked as lose notes in the large delivery module – ready for ATM replenishment.