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What is the minimum amount a coin counter can count?

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There is no minimum. Speed may be important, but accuracy is the most important factor. Counters can count as fast as 7,000 coins per minute or around 116 coins per second. The higher the speed the more they cost!

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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.

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