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Model 35-3

Proven Performance and Quality

Premium is defined by performance, not defined by size.  The compact Model 35-3 represents the third generation in a family of outstanding price/performers, which also boasts the #1 selling desktop currency counter in the world.  Along with its appealing appearance and simplicity of operation, the 35-3 offers robust functionality with automatic start, full error detection, adjustable speed, variable currency batching, and accumulation mode.  At speeds up to 1500 notes per minute, basic currency counting applications can be performed with greater efficiency and optimum productivity.  Designed from the beginning for superior reliability and dependability, the Model 35-3 is engineered to deliver MAGNER® quality performance for the long haul.

Our Currency Counters have evolved from years of experience and are backed by unmatched support through our network of MAGNER® Authorized Distributors Nationwide.

 

MODEL 35-3 SPECIFICATIONS

Counting Speed 600, 1200, 1500 notes per minute (selectable)
Display Type: LCD

3 digit batch display

4 digit count display

Document Size Limits

1.97" x 3.35" to 4.33" x 7.28"

50 mm x 85 mm to 110 mm x 185 mm

Hopper Capacity 300 circulated notes
Stacker Capacity 2500 circulated notes
Batching Variable 1 to 999
Error Detection Double, chain, half-note, jam, hopper jam. short count, note in stacker
Document Feed Mechanism Friction, intermittent roller type
Dimensions

10.04" (H) x 11.02" (W) x 9.35" (D)

255 mm (H) x 280 mm(W) x 245 mm (D)

Net Weight 12.1 lbs. (5.5 kg.)
Power Source

AC115V +/- 10%, 60/50Hz

AC230V +/- 10%, 60/50Hz

Power Consumption 40W (average)
Operating Temperature Limits +32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)
Density Settings Adjustable, 5 levels
Other Standard Features

Integrated carrying handle

Accumulation mode

Automatic/manual start

External thickness adjustment

Options Supplies
RS232 interface Magner® Money Counter Custer
External display Magner®Currency Counter Cleaning Cards
Specifications are subject to change