type of ATM - upper part

- May 10, 2018-

ATM is divided into two types: ATMs and deposit and withdrawal machines. Cash machines are often old models more than a decade ago, and their security is not high. Now they are gradually being replaced by deposit and withdrawal machines. With a little attention, we can see that the deposit and withdrawal machines of various banks are gradually increasing. This trend is even more pronounced in large cities (in order not to take out counterfeit bills, please use the deposit and withdrawal machine as much as possible and give up the cash machine). This article mainly introduces the structure of deposit and withdrawal machine


The lower part of the ATM is a safe containing the most important components of the ATM: cassette and the computer.


cassette: Naturally, it is a place where money is put. It is usually 4 cassette. It is divided into 3 cash withdrawal boxes and 1 deposit box (not only deposits, abnormal banknotes of counterfeit notes enter this box). There are 5 cash units for individual models. The design capacity of each cash box is 30wRMB. This refers to new banknotes. Generally, banks put old money into the banknotes, and the banknotes will be slightly thicker, so each banknote generally has more than 20 wRMBs. Here, you have to think about the ATM robbers trying to think about it. If an ATM is full, it will be dozens of w. Maybe it's not full yet. It's not directly proportional to the access difficulty and gains, so please let go of the ATM. We have to let us repair it. It's very troublesome.


Computer: windowsXP system, unlike the common XP, is a custom XP system. The configuration of the computer itself is not high, nor does it need to be too high. The interface for depositing and retrieving funds is a software running on windowsXP. It is similar to the software of office and other tools, but this software can control the ATM deposit and withdrawal. Sometimes the program exits abnormally. Everyone can see the familiar Windows desktop or Dos interface displayed on the ATM screen.