Leading electronics manufacturer JCM Global is fully prepared for the new Australian banknote series, and will be highlighting updated firmware for its UBA bill validator series at the upcoming Australasian Gaming Expo.
“Our UBA is ready now and is here to stay,” commented Ian Payne, general manager of JCM Asia-Pacific.
“To help ensure operators are fully prepared for the new Australian currency, we have developed firmware for the new banknotes, and our UBA-10, UBA-14 and UBA24 series of bill validators are all being updated to accept the latest $10 and the entire new note series, keeping our customers and their players in the game.”
The series adds extra layers of protection against counterfeiters, containing new advanced security features. In addition to its UBA series, JCM will be exhibiting its line-up of new video displays, as well as new content creation facilities from JCMedia.
PixelPro Display delivers LED video in a wide range of configurations that are as unique as each operator’s individual brand. Additionally, PixelPro Flex showcases flex convex or concave by 30 degrees content, whilst modular cubic display system PixelPro Cube allows operators to create any three-dimensional shape. PixelPro Max panels have proven ideal for flat-screen situations, boasting an extra wide viewing angle of 160 degrees.
A range of other JCM products will be on display including the ICB Intelligent Cash Box system, iVizion bill validator, GEN5 thermal printer, and its latest Fuzion technology. When combined with iVizion and GEN5, Fuzion has the potential to transform each slot machine into a multi-line profit centre.
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