Counter Cache II with Internal Cassette
Counter Cache II with mounting bracketSecure Cash Drop Box - A steel locking box, and mounting bracket
How The Counter Cache System Works
Counter Cache is a steel cash box that slides and locks into a mounting channel which can be bolted to any secure fixture near the register - usually the underside of the counter. Excess bills not needed to make change are dropped in a slot and pushed towards the back of the box with a quick flip of the red handle. At convenient intervals, or at the end of the day, Counter Cache is unlocked from its mounting and normally transported to a more secure place for opening. Here, another key must be used to remove the contents which are neatly stacked and ready for counting.
In addition to the standard Counter Cache we offer Counter Cache II with cassette operation.
Use Of Removable Cassettes
When used in stores with multiple cash registers like drugstores, supermarkets, department stores, fairs, carnivals, etc., the Counter Cache system can be loaded with a removable cassette. Bills are then stored in the cassette and collection is a simple matter of replacing the full cassette with an empty one.
Transportation of cassettes or 'Cache' boxes can be facilitated by a specially designed transport cart or large canvas bag. Removal of the cassettes from the multiple check-out stations by this method allows transportation of the cash through crowded areas with maximum security.
The cassette itself is a strong plastic case which can hold over 500 bills or checks, yet weighs only 1 lb. Before use, it is sealed with a security seal and simply slid into the Counter Cache. To exchange cassettes, the lid of the 'Cache' box is opened with the first key to expose the cassette inside. The cassette removal can only be achieved by inserting a separate key plate. This both closes the cassette, making it into a separate container, and releases it from the Counter Cache. Once removed to a secure place, the cassette can be opened by breaking the security seal.