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Note-banding machine from Advanced Elec

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HYDERABAD, April 10

ADVANCED Electronic Systems, a Hyderabad-based manufacturer of electronic control and automation equipment, has announced its entry into the area of currency equipment for banking sector by introducing what it claims are new-generation banding machines with embedded control system.

In a release, the company said that the new banding equipment, branded Bandhan-623, puts a single and cross band on a packet of 100 currency notes.

The important features of the machine are its low cost of consumables and operator-friendliness. With a banding speed of 20-30 cross bands per minute, the machine weighs about eight kg.

According to the company's Chief Executive Officer, Mr B. Madhusudhan, the machine utilises the latest embedded micro-controller technology and over 30 years of experience in designing of critical control systems and technology that were used in Defence and nuclear applications.

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Note-banding machine from Advanced Elec


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