Cash handling technology and ticket printer supplier Japan Cash Machine Co Ltd, also known as JCM Global, is promoting its new GEN5 thermal printer at the Macao Gaming Show 2016.
Based on the firm’s GEN platform, the GEN5 (pictured) is “fully compatible to work with existing platforms, server-based and USB machines,” JCM Global says. GEN5 reportedly has a faster CPU (central processing unit) and faster print speed than previous-generation printers.
The maker says the product can print TITO (ticket in, ticket out) and promotional tickets, plus various wager tickets and tailor-made promotional coupons, in 2.2 seconds.
The printer comes with dual channel communication, intelligent ticket handling features and jam-prevention technology.
JCM Global is also displaying at the show its PromoNet 2.0 technology. It enables casino managements to send – via printed tickets tailored to the player’s likes regardless of whether they are casino members or not – promotional offers. PromoNet 2.0 was originally developed by slot machine ticket printer specialist FutureLogic Inc, a firm acquired by JCM Global in August 2014.
The Macao Gaming Show is a trade exhibition and conference focused on the Asian gaming industry. The 2016 edition of the three-day annual event is taking place at the Venetian Macao casino resort until Thursday.
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