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Front access automatic teller machine security enclosure










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5615623.

A front access automatic teller machine security enclosure that includes a hollow parallelepiped-shaped rear portion, a hollow parallelepiped-shaped front portion, a service door, and a security shield. The front portion is smaller than the rear portion and is in telescopic communication therewith. The front portion has an extended position where it is fully extended from the rear portion and a retracted position where it is fully retracted in the rear portion. When the front portion is in the extended position the service door can be opened and the front access automatic teller machine can be serviced. When the front portion is in the retracted position the service door can not be opened. When the front portion is in the retracted position the security shield of the front of the hollow parallelepiped-shaped front portion is clear of the aperture of the front wall of the front portion and the front access automatic teller machine enters the aperture and is accessible by a customer. When the front portion is in the extended position the front access automatic teller machine, that is disposed in the rear portion, does not enter the aperture of the front wall of the front portion and is therefore not accessible by a customer and the security shield can close the aperture of the front wall of the front portion.








 
 
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