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APG Cash Drawer introduces the S6000C Cash Drawer

APG Cash Drawer introduces the S6000C Cash Drawer. We have taken our most advanced cash drawer and added even more features for your convenience. The new, under-till coin roll storage area offers greater versatility and reduces the number of cash runs required during shifts. This feature also provides separation of the media slots which keeps coupons, credit card slips, and other media organized under your till.

And of course, you get all the durability and reliability you've come to expect from APG.




Series 100 Cash Drawer

The Series 100 Cash Drawer is loaded with many value added features allow you to adjust the drawer to fit your cash management needs. The Series 100 comes standard in a compact 16.0" wide footprint with: a full function lock located on the drawer front, spacious storage for media, storage for bills and coin rolls, and compartments to separate media.

The Series 100 cash drawer is available in the model 320 MultiPRO interface. The MultiPRO interface gives you the flexibility to connect the cash drawer to most receipt printers on the market. A different receipt printer can be connected to the cash drawer by switching the modular cable. For more information on pricing and availability, contact your APG Distributor.


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