TR50 Cash Recycler
Retail organizations that deal with substantial amounts of cash on a daily basis require a system that can help them automate their cash handling processes to help run their business – a solution that can easily integrate into multiple points within their store. The TR50, one of Tidel’s cash recycler products, addresses this need and more.
- Recycle denominations: Up to 6
- Note recycle capacity: 1,200 notes
- Note deposit capacity: 2,000 notes
- Note deposit speed: 5 notes/second
- Note dispense speed: 4 notes/second
- Peer to Peer Networking
- Can be paired with two unique Tidel coin recyclers
- Remote Management
- Optional Biometrics
- Remote bill upgrades
- Combination style door locks
- Nationwide service network
- Web-based store and management reporting
- iButton for CIT access
- Integrated printer
- Touch screen interface
- Error recovery videos
- System status dashboards
The TR50 is uniquely designed to operate at point-of-sale, self-checkout stations, or in back office environments, enabling a retail store to easily optimize the intersect points where cash automation is needed the most. By integrating with multiple coin recyclers, The TR50 is adaptable to just about any environment requiring automated recycling of cash and coin.
The TR50 eliminates the need for store employees to manually handle cash at point of sale, minimizing the risk of errors and freeing them up to more productive activities such as customer service. When paired with a Tidel coin recycler, the TR50 is an ideal solution for back office cash automation – enabling speed, accuracy and accountability for the recycling of notes and coin, thus minimizing store float and the frequency of CIT pickups.
Weight & Dimensions
Weight: 761 lbs. (345 kg)
Height: 51.8” (1,315 mm)
Width: 13.3 “ (340 mm)
Depth: 31.4” (800 mm)
120 VAC 60Hz or 220 VAC 50Hz
1 Year Parts and 90 Days Labor (Inside the US)
1 Year Parts Only (Outside the US)
Tidel TR Series Software
The TR Series software simplifies the process of managing users, assigning permissions, running reports, and managing cash balances. The software offers a status bar that provides a dashboard-like status of all system components, allowing for proactive engagement when needed. The TR Series also enables remote access capability, so authorized parties can perform necessary maintenance, or assist with troubleshooting, if required.
With the Tidel TR Series, customers have access to the widest range of note and coin recyclers in the industry, covering the broadest spectrum of performance and capacity requirements, all powered by one common, easy to use software platform.
TR Series Recycling Systems
The TR52 cash recycling system offers integrated note and coin recycling, offering improved security, reduced cash handling, and accelerated start and end of shift processes for cash intensive retail environments.
Optional Drop Vaults
The Tidel TR recycler drop vaults provide a secure and convenient way to perform manual currency drops whenever required. The Tidel recycler drop vaults are offered in two different styles – a standard size drop vault and a larger drop vault that offers an additional storage compartment. This storage compartment enables secure storage of items such as paper rolls, coin bags or other accessories. Each drop vault, as well as the additional storage compartment, requires biometric access, offering additional levels of security and convenience. The recycler drop vaults easily connect to Tidel TR note recyclers via the provided data cable.
Rolled Coin Dispensing
The Tidel Rolled Coin Dispenser, powered by the Tidel TR50, offers a convenient way to dispense rolled coin on demand, using a secure and auditable process. Equipped with 8 coin magazines, the Tidel Rolled Coin Dispenser is an ideal solution for convenience stores, supermarkets, big box retail, or other high volume cash environments. The Rolled Coin Dispenser offers a convenient way for an organization to store and dispense rolled coin whenever needed, representing a complementary addition to a store’s daily cash operations. Dispensing rolled coin on demand minimizes the frequency, and therefore the expense, of third party deliveries of rolled coin.