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Tech Logic announces second-generation Personal Payment System
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (Mar. 2, 2010) – Tech Logic has released its second-generation Personal Payment System. The improved design boasts a more compact footprint, reducing the product’s overall size by almost 25 percent. The new design will be revealed to librarians at the upcoming Public Library Association Conference in Portland, Oregon, March 24-26, 2010.
The Personal Payment System (PPS), originally deployed in 2005, enables library patrons to pay fines and fees during checkout using a variety of methods. Updated features include a six-tube coin collector that accepts dimes, nickels, quarters, and dollar coins. The PPS also has a credit card swipe and bill validator. The Personal Payment System was the first of its kind to allow patrons to pay for fines using cash during their checkout procedure.
The unit’s large-capacity receipt printer now utilizes a USB connection, and the improved PPS now employs a Honeywell Imager to read Patron Cards.
The PPS provides easy access to its large-capacity receipt printer and coin collector. Two locks on top open the unit and hydraulic struts slowly and automatically lift it above the countertop, allowing an operator to change receipt paper or empty the coin collector while working at a comfortable, ergonomic height.
The Personal Payment System can be flush-mounted and easily integrated into any library checkout counter, and it is compatible with all of Tech Logic’s software, including CircIT 2010. Contact Tech Logic today for more information on adding the second-generation PPS to your library system.
About Tech Logic
Tech Logic is the leading provider of innovative Automated Sorting Technologies (AST), circulation staff support tools, and patron self services for libraries. Tech Logic offers unequalled expertise, dedication to quality, and world-class customer support services.
Tech Logic provides barcode and RFID check-in and checkout systems, material return drops, AST systems, inter-library distribution systems, and patron reserve systems. Tech Logic designs, manufactures, delivers, installs, maintains, and services all of its systems