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What is the maximum amount of bills a bill counter can count?

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The fastest currency counter will count 2,000 notes per minute.
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From what I have read, it seems that what matters the most is the speed of the counter. In this article I found, the fastest counter can count 1500 bills per minute:
http://www.abcoffice.com/office-equipment-news/tag/bill-counter-reviews/

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It shows erro 124-315


The serial no., product no., and billing count are stored at three locations; the MCU NVM PWB (IOT), the SEEP ROM (SYS1) on the Backplane (BP) PWB, and the ESS NVM PWB (SYS2). This procedure allows the data in all three locations to be synchronized in case of replacement of one of the PWBs, or due to data corruption associated with one of the following faults:
  • 124-324 (3 Billing Counter Mismatch)
    124-325 (1 Billing Counter Mismatch; Unable to recover Billing Counter during recovery)
    124-312 (Product No. Mismatch)
    124-313 (Serial No. Mismatch)
    124-310 (Product No. Failure: Not initialized)
  • 124-311 (Serial No. Failure: Not initialized)

Procedure

  1. Enter UI Diagnostic mode ( Accessing UI Diagnostics).
    Select Adjustment/Others.
    Select Machine ID/Billing Data Settings.
    Select a PWB with the correct data.
    Select Start.
  2. Enter the correct serial number in the Serial Number screen and then select Confirm.

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Hi,I want to know if i pay my electricity bill in advance every month


What does this have to do with coin and bill counting machines...
I'm confused here...

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How can we get the counter to know when a different bill is mixed in


We consider the semacon a throw away machine. That being said, the s-1625 is not capable of detecting different bills. It is just a unit counting machine. It does have the option of counterfeit detection using magnetic or UV sensors if you have that version. A true counter that can find the wrong bill in a pack is at least a $3,000 machine and are very nice. Good luck.

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Workcentre 7238. What causes error code 124-315?


The serial no., product no., and billing count are stored at three locations; the MCU NVM PWB (IOT), the SEEP ROM (SYS1) on the Backplane (BP) PWB, and the ESS NVM PWB (SYS2). This procedure allows the data in all three locations to be synchronized in case of replacement of one of the PWBs, or due to data corruption associated with one of the following faults:
  • 124-324 (3 Billing Counter Mismatch)
    124-325 (1 Billing Counter Mismatch; Unable to recover Billing Counter during recovery)
    124-312 (Product No. Mismatch)
    124-313 (Serial No. Mismatch)
    124-310 (Product No. Failure: Not initialized)
  • 124-311 (Serial No. Failure: Not initialized)

Procedure

  1. Enter UI Diagnostic mode ( Accessing UI Diagnostics).
    Select Adjustment/Others.
    Select Machine ID/Billing Data Settings.
    Select a PWB with the correct data.
    Select Start.
  2. Enter the correct serial number in the Serial Number screen and then select Confirm.

Sep 26, 2013 | Xerox Office Equipment & Supplies

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What is the minimum amount a coin counter can count?


It really doesn't say what is the minimum but i'm not sure there is one. you just put in one coin and it counts it. The speed is what matters in counters. there are fast counters that can count around 150 coins per minute.

Apr 29, 2013 | Retail Supplies

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I have a xerox 7428 with error 124-315 how can i fixit


The serial no., product no., and billing count are stored at three locations; the MCU NVM PWB (IOT), the SEEP ROM (SYS1) on the Backplane (BP) PWB, and the ESS NVM PWB (SYS2). This procedure allows the data in all three locations to be synchronized in case of replacement of one of the PWBs, or due to data corruption associated with one of the following faults:
  • 124-324 (3 Billing Counter Mismatch)
    124-325 (1 Billing Counter Mismatch; Unable to recover Billing Counter during recovery)
    124-312 (Product No. Mismatch)
    124-313 (Serial No. Mismatch)
    124-310 (Product No. Failure: Not initialized)
  • 124-311 (Serial No. Failure: Not initialized)

Procedure

  1. Enter UI Diagnostic mode ( Accessing UI Diagnostics).
    Select Adjustment/Others.
    Select Machine ID/Billing Data Settings.
    Select a PWB with the correct data.
    Select Start.
  2. Enter the correct serial number in the Serial Number screen and then select Confirm.

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How can i program the counter to count bills totaling one hundred...for example one hundred ones and restarts


The Batch button allows you to count bills in batches from 1 - 999. For example, if you want to sort into piles of 100 bills, the machine will count 100 bills, then stops. Once you remove those 100 bills, it will continue to count the next batch of 100 bills, then stops again. The machine is preset to common counting mode, To count bills in batches, press BATCH. Batching is preset to 100 bills. To change batch amount, press C to clear, and use the keypad to enter a batch number between 1 and 999. Press SET to save the setting.

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Send me error EA2


EA2 means the machine counted 2 bills as one bill. Typically, you must remove the bills and put them all back on the hopper when this happens. If you get the EA2 error often, adjust the position of the bill thickness adjuster. This can be found at the top of the counter. Adjust it to the right (+) to loosen the tension, or to the left (-) to tighten it. Test both to see which solves your issue.

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How do I get a count of pages printed?


What machine do you have?
Usually you would find it under Reports or Billing Counters, depending on the brand.
If the machine is on your network (via ethernet, not directly to computer) then you can go to the machine via your browser by typing it's IP address in the browser. Again depending on the brand, it may be under Reports or Billing Counters.

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