Resources Contact Us Home
Paper money recognition and transmission system for vending machines

Image Number 6 for United States Patent #5485907.

A paper money recognition and transmission system including a housing with a paper money slot, an upper mainframe and a lower mainframe detachably connected together and mounted inside the housing, a transmission unit mounted on the lower mainframe and consisting of a step motor, a belt transmission mechanism, a gear transmission mechanism, a plurality of caps, and two rubber rollers, a paper money recognition circuit, the paper money recognition circuit including sensors controlled to detect and recognize inserted paper money and to turn the step motor forwards, when a true paper money is recognized, causing the inserted paper money to be delivered forwards, the step motor being turned reversely when a counterfeit paper money is detected, causing the counterfeit paper money to be delivered backwards out of the system.

  Recently Added Patents
Method and apparatus for communicating electronic service guide information in a satellite television system
Biphotonic photosensitizers, nanoparticles containing the same and their use as drugs
Portable communication terminal, communication method and control program
Carrying case
Control of an electric machine
Extensible, filtered lists for mobile device user interface
Polyurethane resin, toner for developing electrostatic charge image, electrostatic charge image developer, toner cartridge, process cartridge, image forming apparatus, and image forming method
  Randomly Featured Patents
Analog-digital converting circuit having high resolution and low power consumption
Monitoring of patient's electrical characteristics using a single piece of equipment
Method for fabricating single-crystalline substrate containing gallium nitride
Pneumatic carrier
Protection of batteries
Viscous oleaginous fluids and methods of drilling and servicing wells therewith
Bitumen backed carpet tile
Mid-objective laser scanner
Compact deployable acoustic sensor
Low temperature carbonization and desulfurization of coal under elevated pressures