AB4000MG/UV
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Bank Grade Bill Counter AB4000MG/UV

Regular price $269.00 Sale price $353.00

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The AB4000 Bank Grade Bill Counter with MG/UV Counterfeit Detection is perfect for retail environments as well as mid to large sized stores. The AB4000MG/UV is one of a series of low-cost front-loading banknote professional counters that perform smooth and fast counting operations.

Additionally, the unit is equipped with counterfeit detection systems such as ultraviolet detection, magnetic ink detection, and size detection.

Labor time is extremely reduced and losses due to human error are virtually eliminated. The new AB4000MG/UV allows for effective, accurate, and reliable counting of banknotes. This money counter is equipped with a micro-computerized mechanism that allows an accurate and high speed counting process of up to 1,200 bills per minute.  Audible and visual alerts tell the user when double, short, and chained bills are detected. The AB4000MG/UV money counter is capable of counting, adding, and creating batches. 


The AB4000MG/UV includes our “emergency stop” feature, which when activated, stops all operations.

• Saves time and labor
• Soft thermoplastic interface with tactile feedback
• Reduces losses due to human error
• Easy-to-use
• Variable counting speeds (600, 900, 1200 bills/minute)
• Micro-computerized for accuracy and batching
• Available in 110 Volt 
• Emergency Stop Function
• THREE YEAR WARRANTY

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    This machine is not nearly as good as the four year old machine it replaced. It messes up five and six times before it finally gets each stack counted. Also the batching feature is less intuitive. Wish the older one hadn't lost its display light.