CC 50 CARD COUNTER

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The CC 50 Card Counter has been manufactured to count, batch and totalize plastic cards, sports cards, trading cards, lottery tickets, pull tab tickets, break open tickets, transit passes, bus tickets, business cards, and other custom applications. It is a durable and accurate machine that combines superior functionality with quality manufacturing. Perfect for a variety of industries that need to count and batch cards and flat media quickly and accurately.

Specifications

  • Applications:

    • Plastic and financial/banking cards
    • Sports/trading cards
    • Lottery tickets
    • Pull tab and break open tickets
    • Transit passes and bus tickets
    • Business cards
    • Pharmaceutical pouches
  • Features:

    • Reliable and easy to operate
    • Fast and accurate counts
    • Batch capabilities from 1 - 100
    • Automatic and manual operation
    • Cumulative totalizing
    • Desktop model
    • Adjustable nip wheel that allows the counter to handle different thicknesses
  • Material Sizes:

    • CR 80 size cards* (Counters available for a variety of sizes)
  • Material Thickness:

    • .003" (.075 mm) up to 1" (25mm)
  • Power Requirements:

    • 110V / 220V / 5 amp
  • Options:

    • Label printers
    • Packaging
    • Banding
    • Automated counting & packaging
    • Wider stock

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