In this section you will find answers to commonly asked questions about our vending machines. If you are uncertain about the facilities of it this is the place to look. You will realize that you get the optimal device for any imaginable requirement.
(Features and technical terms are also listed in the glossary
Mechanical validation with bogus money return
The coin validators check the diameter, the alloy and thickness of the coin. Funny money is being returned.
Coin validators especially for token coins
We offer coin validators for a variety of token coins. These devices only accept a specific type of token coins. The advantage of them is the minor likeliness of suffering a breakup.
Electronic coin validator (EMP?)
Electronic coin validators recognize different parameters of a coin. They can distinguish a variety of coins and send corresponding signals on different canals to the coin-op machine.
Devices with coin validator and chip card unit
In addition to paying with coins also chip cards can be used.
For applications where the display of the remaining time is not necessary.
With display for remaining time in minutes
Display the remaining time in minutes.
With LCD display
LCD display for various displays, such as tariff, time, happy hour, etc.
Only a few seconds.
e.g. for door openers or similar.
Up to 99 minutes
For the operation of showers are usually 5-10 minutes. For the operation of washing machines, dryers and similar applications, running times of more than one hour are sensible.
Up to 990 minutes
For applications such as: sauna, lighting systems, Internet, electricity on camp sites etc. Run times of over 99 minutes are useful.
Safety extra low voltage
For applications in wet cells (showers) a small voltage of less than 24 V is required.
230 V, up to 16 A switching capacity
When connecting a device, the switching capacity of the device must be observed. For many applications a load of 16 A is required (dryer, washing machine)
High current, 380 volts
When 380 volts are required, a power relay is used. Either it sits directly in the coin-operated machine, or externally close to the consumer.