BPS C1: Smart, Fast, Robust
The compact size and application flexibility of the BPS C1 banknote processing system enables universal use. It is particularly well-suited for back office use in banks, as well as cash centers and casinos. The 2 stacker machine (1 sorting and 1 reject compartment) can be individually configured, and the system integrates smoothly into established workflows.
The BPS C1 counts and authenticates banknotes and sorts them by denomination, series and orientation depending on the operation mode selected. In addition, it offers multi-currency processing for up to ten currencies, fitness sorting and reading of serial numbers and Ticket processing (TITO). Processing speed of up to 1,300 banknotes per minute ensures low processing costs with highly reliable authenticity verification - a clear advantage for cash centers of all sizes.
Benefits at a Glance
Rapid sorting by denomination, series and orientation
Secure authentication and value verification
Multicurrency processing for up to ten currencies
Optional quality sorting for up to 3 fitness classes (ATM, FIT, UNFIT)
Highly cost-efficient due to ease of use and durability
Service support: Remote access for updates, upgrades, monitoring und diagnosis
Ease of Use
The intuitive operation of the BPS C1 system assures rapid placement in production. Versatile applications and the ability for two individuals to operate the system in parallel save time and ensure efficiency.
The BPS C1 can be optionally extended for example for processing checks, processing of mixed currencies, and for reading tickets (TITO) in casinos. Serial number scanning including printing to an external printer (optional) and subsequent data processing can be integrated, as can – of course – the processing and sorting of banknotes by fitness for circulation.
Reliable and multi-functional
The BPS C1 can also be connected to cash management software such as BPS Connect, Compass VMS, or BPS Casino Connect enabling greater transparency and efficiency in cash centers.
Key information on the compact and flexible table-top system for banknote processing