Suzohapp to showcase its core vending solutions at Vendex North

Suzohapp, specialist in payment systems and cash management solutions, will be exhibiting its core vending solutions at Vendex North on October 30 at Leeds Football Club.

Vendex North 2019 is the ideal platform for Suzohapp to show its solution with major highlights including the Currenza C2 coin recycler, the WorldKeycashless solution and the new E-PRLelectronic reprogrammable lock.

The 6-tube coin recycler Currenza C2 has “astounding coin recognition and fraud coin rejection rates”, and includes the patented Payout Redundancy Protection (PRP). The PRP technology incorporates three separate motors to reduce downtime and guarantee continued coin pay-out security.

WorldKey is a closed-loop cashless solution to simplify the vending and payment process dramatically within the workplace. Designed to manage multiple applications, the WorldKey range is composed of a wide array of MIFARE® cashless systems that can fulfill any payment, activation, identification and recharging requirements. A benefit of WorldKey is its flexibility – it includes five different models to meet the specific needs of operators, four payment supports that can be customised and three reading heads for maximum installation flexibility.

Additionally, Suzohapp will be presenting the new E-PRL, a patented high-tech locking system which offers more than 10 billion possible combinations. This electronic reprogrammable lock is seen as an ideal solution for access identification and control. The E-PRL is now available in the Bluetooth version which allows operators to have online control of all their locks from a remote location, even from a smartphone or a tablet.

“Come see us at Vendex North to discover our complete payment solutions package,” stated Nick Norris, account manager, UK and Ireland at Suzohapp. “Also, we invite you to visit our new components website, launched last week. With its intuitive design and breadth of content, it is yet another way we help our customers simplify their sourcing,” concluded Mr Norris.