KR100953296B1 - Automated teller machine - Google Patents

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KR100953296B1
KR100953296B1 KR1020070134576A KR20070134576A KR100953296B1 KR 100953296 B1 KR100953296 B1 KR 100953296B1 KR 1020070134576 A KR1020070134576 A KR 1020070134576A KR 20070134576 A KR20070134576 A KR 20070134576A KR 100953296 B1 KR100953296 B1 KR 100953296B1
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(Problem) Even when there are a plurality of types of documents such as a book having different sizes and printed barcode positions, it is possible to read a barcode printed on the book.
(Solution means) The document inserted by the customer's operation is guided to the position where the barcode is read by the barcode reading guide 8 arranged above the customer operation display panel 2, and the barcode printed on the guide sheet is read. Was read by the barcode reader 7.
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Automatic trading device {AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINE}

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001] The present invention relates to an automatic trading device which is installed in a store or a convenience store of a financial institution and performs a transaction such as cash withdrawal or cash deposit. will be.

The conventional automatic transaction apparatus includes an optical information reading apparatus inside the apparatus for reading a barcode printed on the journal, and mounts the journal inserted from the journal insertion opening in the apparatus by the operation of a customer, thereby reading the barcode of the journal. There is a thing to do (for example, refer patent document 1).

Patent document 1: Unexamined-Japanese-Patent No. 8-77271 (paragraph "0013"-paragraph "0016", FIG. 3, FIG. 4)

However, in the above-described prior art, there are limitations on the width of the insertion slot for accepting the insertion of the journal, the length of the conveyance path for introducing the inserted journal into the apparatus, and the like. There is a problem that the kinds of forms that can be limited are limited.

In particular, the size of the utility bills such as power bills, gas bills, and telephone bills, and locations where barcodes are printed vary from issuer to issuer, and there is a problem in that there are many forms that cannot be handled by an automatic trading device.

This invention makes it a subject to solve such a problem.

Therefore, the present invention provides an automatic transaction apparatus that displays a screen for inducing a customer's operation, and includes a customer operation display panel that accepts a customer's input operation, and performs a transaction according to the information input by the customer. A bar code reading guide arranged in the vicinity of a customer operation display panel for guiding a document entered by a customer operation and a bar code reader for reading a bar code printed on the document guided by the bar code reading guide are provided. It is done.

According to the present invention as described above, even when there are a plurality of types of coupons having different sizes and printed barcode positions, an effect that the barcodes printed on the coupons can be read.

Hereinafter, an embodiment of an automatic transaction apparatus according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

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First, the first embodiment will be described.

Fig. 1 is a perspective view showing the appearance of the automatic transaction apparatus in the first embodiment, and Fig. 2 is a side view showing the configuration of the automatic transaction apparatus in the first embodiment.

In FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, 1 is an automatic transaction apparatus, and is installed in a store of a financial institution such as a bank or a store of a convenience store. This automatic trading device 1 is capable of conducting transactions such as cash withdrawal, cash receipt and payment by a customer's operation.

2 is a customer operation display panel, which is arranged on the front operation panel which forms an almost horizontal plane of the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and displays a pattern for inducing a customer's operation, a word and an operation button for receiving an input, and the like. The operation of inputting the displayed operation button is accepted.

3 is a banknote entrance / exit port, which is arranged on the front operation panel which forms an almost horizontal surface of the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and is a site for accepting banknotes input by a customer and sending and receiving banknotes to be paid to the customer.

4 is a coin entrance / exit port, which is disposed on a front operation panel that forms an almost horizontal plane of the automatic trading device 1, and is a portion that accepts coins input by a customer and sends and receives coins to be paid to the customer.

5 is a card insertion return port, which is disposed on the front surface forming an almost vertical surface of the automatic transaction apparatus 1, receives a card to be inserted by a customer's operation, and returns the inserted card to the customer.

6 is a bankbook insertion return port, which is disposed on the front surface forming an almost vertical surface of the automatic transaction apparatus 1, receives a bankbook inserted by a customer's operation, and returns the inserted bankbook to a customer.

7 is a barcode reader, which is a barcode printed on a bill (P) such as utility bills such as power bills, gas bills, and telephone bills, and cellular information such as mobile phones, personal handyphone systems (PHS), and personal digital assistants (PDAs). The scanner is configured to read a barcode displayed on the screen of the terminal. This barcode reader 7 is provided on the front side of the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and is disposed toward the customer operation display panel 2 above the front operation panel forming an almost horizontal surface including the customer operation display panel 2. It is.

8 is a bar code reading guide, which is installed on the front side of the automatic transaction apparatus 1 (near the customer operation display panel 2) between the bar code reader 7 and the front control panel, to display a bar code printed on the document P. It is for guiding to a position to be read by the barcode reader 7. This bar code reading guide 8 guides the document P put in by the customer's operation, and the barcode reader 7 reads the barcode printed on the guide sheet P.

In addition, the bar code reader 7 and the bar code reading guide 8 are provided in the front center part of the automatic transaction apparatus 1 as shown to the principal part plan view which shows the structure of the automatic transaction apparatus in 1st Example of FIG. It is installed.

Here, the structure of the barcode reading guide 8 is demonstrated based on explanatory drawing which shows the barcode reading guide in 1st Example of FIG.

4 (a) shows a plan view of the barcode reading guide 8, FIG. 4 (b) shows a front view of the barcode reading guide 8, and FIG. 4 (c) shows a side view of the barcode reading guide 8.

In Fig. 4 (a), 81 is a long guide guide, which is formed in a c shape. The long side of this long guide guidance part 81 is arrange | positioned so that it may become substantially parallel to the front surface of the automatic transaction apparatus 1.

Reference numeral 82 denotes a document abutting portion which is used to guide the barcode of the document to a position that can be read by the barcode reader 7 by abutting one end of the document.

For example, the book guidance part 81 has the right side open toward the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and the book contact part 82 is formed in the left side.

In addition, in the present embodiment, the book guide unit 81 is described as having the right side open toward the automatic transaction apparatus 1 and the book contacting unit 82 is formed on the left side, but the book guide unit 81 is not limited thereto. The left side is opened toward the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and the form contact part 82 may be formed in the right side.

The reference numeral 83 denotes a book locking portion that stops the guide of the book in contact with the book guided by the book guide portion 81.

The sheets placed toward the front of the automatic transaction apparatus 1 by the operation of the customer are regulated in the front-rear direction by the document guide part 81 and further in the horizontal (left and right) direction by the document contacting part 82. The printed barcode is guided to a position that can be read by the barcode reader 7. In addition, it is assumed that the printed barcode is guided to the position which can be read by the barcode reader 7 before stopping the guide of the journal by the journal engaging portion 83.

Thus, the barcode reading guide 8 is comprised from the document guide part 81, the document contact part 82, and the document latch part 83, and is driven by a drive means, a moving mechanism, etc. of a motor which is not shown in FIG. It is comprised so that a movement to the left-right direction shown by arrow A in the direction is possible.

Fig. 5 is a block diagram showing the control system configuration of the automatic transaction device in the first embodiment.

In FIG. 5, 11 is a customer operation display part, Comprising: It consists of operation parts, such as a touch panel, and display parts (customer operation display panel 2), such as a liquid crystal display. The customer operation display unit 11 is to arrange a touch panel on a display unit such as a CRT display or a liquid crystal display (hereinafter referred to as "LCD") to detect an input operation or the like performed by a customer. It displays a transaction selection screen, a screen for inducing a customer's input operation for the transaction selected by the customer, and inputted information.

The input operation and the like detected by the customer operation display unit 11 notifies by outputting a signal to the control unit described later.

12 is a card reader, which is provided with a card reading recording mechanism, a card conveyance mechanism and the like. The card reader unit 12 reads account information such as an account number from the magnetic stripe of the card inserted by the customer in the card insertion return port 5, the IC chip, or the like. The card which reads account information, such as an account number, is discharged | emitted from the card insertion return port 5, and returned to a customer. This card insertion return port 5 is provided with a mechanism for detecting insertion of a card and a mechanism for detecting receipt of a card.

13 is a deposit and withdrawal unit, which is composed of a banknote and a cash dispenser. The deposit and withdrawal unit 13 performs deposit and withdrawal processing of banknotes and coins associated with cash withdrawal transactions and cash withdrawal transactions. Here, the deposit processing means that the customer counts the banknotes put in the banknotes and withdrawals 3 and stores them in the safe, and counts the coins put in the coin entrance and exit 4 at the coin teller and counts them in the safe. In the withdrawal processing, the bills and coins corresponding to the amount specified by the customer's operation are taken out and counted in the safes of the paper money deposit and withdrawal machines, respectively, and returned to the paper money deposit and withdrawal machines 3 and the coin withdrawal machines 4, respectively. To pay.

The banknote entry and exit 3 and the coin entrance and exit 4 are provided with a mechanism for detecting inserted banknotes and coins, and a mechanism for detecting receipt of returned banknotes and coins.

In addition, the deposit and withdrawal unit 13 is not limited to a banknote and withdrawal machine and a coin withdrawal machine, and may be configured only with a banknote and withdrawal machine, or may not be provided with this withdrawal and withdrawal unit 13.

Reference numeral 14 denotes a bar code reading unit which converts image data of a bar code read by the bar code reader 7 into data such as letters and numbers.

Here, the bar code is a graphic of letters, numbers, and the like, and includes not only a normal one-dimensional bar code but also a two-dimensional code.

In addition, this bar code shall show information, such as payment division which is information for paying utility bills, such as a telephone and electric power, a storage institution number, a customer number, and a confirmation number, for example.

15 is a bar code reading guide moving unit which moves the bar code reading guide 8 to a predetermined position in the left and right directions by driving means capable of controlling the rotation angle, that is, the movement amount of a pulse motor or the like (not shown).

16 is a storage unit, which is composed of a semiconductor memory, a magnetic disk, or the like, which can store information and read the stored information. The storage unit 16 stores control programs (software) for controlling the operation of the entire automatic transaction apparatus 1, screen data displayed on the customer operation display unit 11, information necessary for transactions performed by customers, and the like.

17 is a control part and is comprised by calculation and control means, such as CPU (Central Processing Unit). The control unit 17 includes a customer operation display unit 11, a card reader unit 12, an input / output unit 13, a barcode reading unit 14, a barcode reading guide moving unit 15, a storage unit 16, and a bankbook. Control operations (software) stored in the storage unit 16 store the operation of the entire automatic transaction apparatus 1, including a banking unit not shown for carrying out the bookkeeping and the like and a communication unit not shown for carrying out the communication control. Based on the control.

The effect | action of the structure mentioned above is demonstrated.

FIG. 6 is a flowchart showing a public money payment transaction in the first embodiment, which will be described according to the step indicated by S in the drawing.

In addition, the operation | movement of each part demonstrated below is controlled by control means, such as the central processing unit which is not shown based on the program (software) stored in the storage means, such as a memory which is not shown in figure, a magnetic disk, or the like.

S1a: First, when the proximity of the customer is detected by the proximity sensor of the automatic transaction apparatus 1 (not shown), the customer operation display unit 11 of the automatic transaction apparatus 1 displays a transaction selection screen. This transaction selection screen is displayed. Please select a transaction. ”And the transaction selection buttons such as“ Withdrawal ”,“ Deposit ”,“ Deposit ”and“ Payment ”.

S2a: When the transaction selection screen is displayed on the customer operation display unit 11, the customer presses "payment of money" which is a transaction selection button corresponding to the desired transaction.

S3a: When the customer operation display unit 11 detects pressing of the transaction selection button of "payment of funds", the customer operation display unit 11 prompts the customer to insert a card according to the instruction of the control unit 17. Display. The customer inserts a card carried in accordance with the card insertion guide screen from the card insertion return port 5.

S4a: The card reader unit 12 reads account information such as an account number from the magnetic stripe or IC chip of the inserted card. When the card is inserted, the customer operation display unit 11 displays a password input screen for accepting a customer's password input. On this password input screen, operation buttons composed of "1" to "9" and "0" buttons and the like are displayed. When the customer operation display unit 11 displays the password input screen, the customer presses the displayed operation button to input the password.

When the customer enters the password, the control unit 17 transmits the password to the host computer via the communication line 18 together with the account information read from the card.

The host computer searches a customer database (not shown) based on account information such as the account number of the received customer, extracts the password, and compares the received password with a combination of whether or not the identity is confirmed, that is, identity verification. The host computer transmits the result to the automatic transaction apparatus 1 through the communication unit.

S5a: The customer operation display part 11 displays the book selection screen 70 shown in FIG. This ticket selection screen 70 includes words such as "Please select a medium to read", a "postcard" selection button for selecting a postcard, a "document" selection button for selecting a document to be described later, and a transaction for stopping a transaction. It consists of a "cancel" button and the like.

Here, the slip printed with the barcode will be described based on the explanatory drawing of the slip printed with the barcode in the first embodiment of FIG.

In Fig.7 (a), P1 consists of utility bills, receipts, etc., such as an electric power bill, a gas bill, and a telephone bill, for example, and shows the slip in which the barcode 61 was printed in the left end part.

In FIG.7 (b), P2 is the utility bill, such as an electric power bill, a gas bill, a telephone bill, etc., and shows the postcard in which the barcode 61 was printed in the right end part.

In this embodiment, it is assumed that the slips P1 or the postcards P2 are handled so that the slips P1 or the postcards P2 can be selected by the operation of the customer.

In the present embodiment, "slips", "postcards" and the like are collectively referred to as "slips".

Returning to the description of FIG. 6, it is assumed that the customer presses the "postcard" operation button or the "slip" operation button on the book selection screen 70.

In the present embodiment, two types of postcards or slips can be selected, but not only two types but also three or more types of slips may be selected.

S6a: When the customer operation display unit 11 detects the pressing of the "postcard" selection button or the "slip" selection button, the bar code reading guide moving unit 15 advances the storage unit 16 in advance by the instruction of the control unit 17. The barcode reading guide 8 is moved to a predetermined position and stopped based on the stored barcode reading guide position information.

The bar code reading guide position information is composed of information of a position to move the bar code reading guide 8 when a postcard is selected and information of a position to move the bar code reading guide 8 when a slip is selected. Then, the bar code reading guide moving unit 15 moves the bar code reading guide 8 to a predetermined position according to the bar code reading guide position information, and guides the customer-entertained document to the bar code reading guide 8 which is moved. The barcode printed on the document can be read by the barcode reader 7.

S7a: When the barcode reading guide 8 is stopped at a predetermined position, as shown in Figs. 2 and 3, the customer faces upwards on the surface on which the barcode of the coupon P he brought is printed, and the left end of the coupon P is upward. It is assumed that the guide guide portion 81 is inserted along with the target contacting portion 82 of the barcode reading guide 8.

S8a: The barcode reading unit 14 reads the barcode printed on the coupon when the coupon is put in the appropriate reading position.

When the barcode is read, the controller 17 controls the information included in the barcode read by the barcode reader 14, for example, a payment division, a storage agency number, a customer number, which is information for paying utility bills such as a telephone or electric power. And transactions of ordinary money payment in accordance with information such as a confirmation number.

As described above, in the first embodiment, by installing a bar code reader and a freely movable bar code reading guide on the front of the automatic transaction device, even if the types are different from each other, such as different types of documents having different sizes and printed barcode positions, The effect of being able to read the printed barcode is obtained.

Next, a second embodiment will be described.

The configuration of the second embodiment is different from the configuration of the first embodiment and the configuration of the bar code reading guide. Therefore, the different parts of the structure of the second embodiment are explanatory diagrams showing the bar code reading guide in the second embodiment of the present invention of FIG. It demonstrates based on the block diagram which shows the control system structure of the automatic transaction apparatus in a 2nd Example. In addition, the same part as 1st Example mentioned above attaches | subjects the same code | symbol, and abbreviate | omits the description.

In Fig. 9, 8 is a bar code reading guide, which is provided on the front side of the automatic transaction device 1 between the bar code reader 7 and the front operation panel, and the bar code printed on the document P is transferred to the bar code reader 7. It is for guiding to a position to be read by. This bar code reading guide 8 guides the document P put in by the customer's operation, and the barcode reader 7 reads the barcode printed on the guide sheet P.

In addition, the bar code reader 7 and the bar code reading guide 8 are provided in the front center part of the automatic transaction apparatus 1 as shown to the principal part plan view which shows the structure of the automatic transaction apparatus in 1st Example of FIG. It is the same as that of 1st Embodiment provided.

84 is a long guide, which is shaped like a c. The long side of the ticket guidance portion 84 is arranged to be substantially parallel to the front surface of the automatic transaction apparatus 1.

In addition, in this embodiment, although it shows as a structure provided with the board contact part 82, the structure which is not equipped with the board contact part 82 may be sufficient.

85 is a book position indicator, arranged in a horizontal direction parallel to the front of the automatic trading device 1 of the book guidance unit 84, a plurality of LED (Light Emittinng) to guide the customer to the left end position of the book (P) It is composed of lamps such as diodes).

The bar code printed on the document P can be read by the barcode reader 7 by aligning the left end of the document P with the arrow indicated by the lit document position indicator 85.

In addition, in this embodiment, although the long position indicator 85 is demonstrated as a numeric lamp, a circular lamp, a rectangular lamp, etc. may be sufficient as long as the position of the left end of a long table can be matched.

In addition, in the present embodiment, the book guide unit 81 is described as having the right side open toward the automatic transaction apparatus 1 and the book contacting unit 82 is formed on the left side, but the book guide unit 81 is not limited thereto. The left side is opened toward the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and the form contact part 82 may be formed on the right side.

The book inserted by the operation of the customer is regulated in the front-rear direction by the book guide unit 84 and guided to a position where the printed barcode can be read by the barcode reader 7. In addition, it is assumed that the printed barcode is guided to the position which can be read by the barcode reader 7 before stopping the guidance of the journal to the journal engaging portion (not shown).

In FIG. 10, 19 is a bar code reading guide display part which turns on and off the document position indicator 85 of the bar code reading guide 8. In FIG.

The configuration of this embodiment is different from the configuration of the first embodiment in that the barcode reading guide moving unit 15 is not provided.

The effect | action of the structure mentioned above is demonstrated.

FIG. 11 is a flowchart showing a public money payment transaction in the second embodiment, which will be described according to the step indicated by S in the figure.

S1b-S5b: Since it is the same as S1a-S5a of FIG. 6, the description is abbreviate | omitted.

S6b: When the customer operation display unit 11 detects pressing of the "postcard" selection button or the "slip" selection button, the bar code reading guide display unit 19 is stored in the storage unit 16 in advance by the instruction of the control unit 17. The predetermined document position indicator 85 of the barcode reading guide 8 is turned on based on the obtained barcode reading position information.

The bar code reading position information includes information identifying a document position indicator 85 (for example, "1" in FIG. 9) which is turned on when the postcard is selected to align the left end of the postcard. When it is selected, the barcode position indicator 85 (for example, "3" in FIG. 9), which is turned on to align the left end of the slip, is configured to include a bar code reading guide display unit 19 ) Turns on the predetermined document position indicator 85 of the barcode reading guide 8 according to the barcode reading position information, guides the customer-included document to the barcode reading guide 8, and displays the barcode printed on the document. Allow the barcode reader 7 to read.

S7b: When the document position indicator 85 of the bar code reading guide 8 is turned on, the customer operation display unit 11 displays the document reading operation inducing screen 100 shown in FIG. 12 by the instruction of the control unit 17. This book reading operation induction screen 100 is composed of words such as "Please set the medium in accordance with the one where the guide is lit" and a "cancel" operation button for stopping the transaction.

The customer places the barcode printed side of the document P brought upward according to the document reading operation inducing screen 100, and the left end of the document P is turned on. 85) (e.g., a lamp of " 1 "), along with the long guide guide portion 84.

S8b: The barcode reading unit 14 reads the barcode printed on the coupon when the coupon is put in the appropriate reading position.

When the barcode is read, the controller 17 controls the information included in the barcode read by the barcode reader 14, for example, a payment division, a storage agency number, a customer number, which is information for paying utility bills such as a telephone or electric power. And transactions of ordinary money payment in accordance with information such as a confirmation number.

As described above, in the second embodiment, it is not necessary to provide a driving means or the like for moving the bar code reading guide in the automatic transaction apparatus, so that the same effect as in the first embodiment can be obtained at a low cost.

Next, a third embodiment will be described.

The configuration of the third embodiment is different from the configuration of the first embodiment and the configuration of the bar code reading guide. Therefore, an explanation of the bar code reading guide in the third embodiment of the present invention shown in FIG. It demonstrates based on the block diagram which shows the control system structure of the automatic transaction apparatus in 3rd Example. In addition, the same part as 1st Example mentioned above attaches | subjects the same code | symbol, and abbreviate | omits the description.

In Fig. 13, 8 is a bar code reading guide, which is provided on the front side of the automatic transaction device 1 between the bar code reader 7 and the front operation panel, and the bar code printed on the document P is transferred to the bar code reader 7. It is for guiding to a position to be read by. This bar code reading guide 8 guides the document P put in by the customer's operation, and the barcode reader 7 reads the barcode printed on the guide sheet P.

In addition, the bar code reader 7 and the bar code reading guide 8 are provided in the front center part of the automatic transaction apparatus 1 as shown to the principal part plan view which shows the structure of the automatic transaction apparatus in 1st Example of FIG. It is the same as that of 1st Embodiment provided.

86 is a long guide, which is formed in a c-shape. The long side of this book guide part 86 is arrange | positioned so that it may become substantially parallel to the front surface of the automatic transaction apparatus 1.

An arrow 87 indicative of the position at which the barcode reader 7 can read the barcode is drawn on the document guide portion 86 positioned forward toward the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and the barcode is accompanied by the arrow 87. Figure and words such as "Please set the center of the bar code to the arrow".

This arrow 87, the figure of the bar code, and the words "Please set the center of the bar code in accordance with the arrow" instruct the customer to align the bar code position of the document with the arrow 87.

In addition, in this embodiment, although it shows as a structure provided with the board contact part 82, the structure which is not equipped with the board contact part 82 may be sufficient.

In addition, in the present embodiment, the book guide unit 86 is described as having the right side open toward the automatic trading device 1 and the book contacting unit 82 is formed on the left side, but the book guide unit 86 is not limited thereto. The left side is opened toward the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and the form contact part 82 may be formed in the right side.

The book inserted by the operation of the customer is regulated in the front-rear direction by the book guide unit 86 and guided to a position where the printed barcode can be read by the barcode reader 7. In addition, it is assumed that the printed barcode is guided to the position which can be read by the barcode reader 7 before stopping the guidance of the journal to the journal engaging portion (not shown).

The configuration of this embodiment is different from that of the first embodiment in that the barcode reading guide moving unit 15 is not provided as shown in FIG.

The effect | action of the structure mentioned above is demonstrated.

FIG. 15 is a flowchart showing a public money payment transaction in the third embodiment, which will be described according to the step indicated by S in the drawing.

S1c-S4c: Since it is the same as S1a-S4a of FIG. 6, the description is abbreviate | omitted.

S5c: The customer operation display part 11 displays the book-reading operation | movement guidance screen 120 shown in FIG. This book reading operation induction screen 120 includes words such as "Set the center of the bar code in accordance with the arrow", a figure representing the form, a figure and the language of the barcode indicating the barcode position of the form, and a method for stopping a transaction. Cancel "operation button or the like.

In addition, since the form in which the barcode was printed is the same as the form in the first embodiment, the description thereof is omitted.

S6c: When the customer reads the guide reading operation induction screen 120, the customer moves upwards to the surface on which the barcode of the paid ticket P is printed, and shows the central portion of the barcode printed on the paid ticket P, as shown in FIG. It is supposed to fit in the arrow 87 drawn on (86).

S7c: The barcode reading unit 14 reads the barcode printed on the coupon when the coupon is put in the appropriate reading position.

When the barcode is read, the controller 17 controls the information included in the barcode read by the barcode reader 14, for example, a payment division, a storage agency number, a customer number, which is information for paying utility bills such as a telephone or electric power. And transactions of ordinary money payment in accordance with information such as a confirmation number.

Moreover, it is good also as a structure provided with the barcode reading guide demonstrated below instead of the barcode reading guide mentioned above.

17 is an explanatory diagram (planar view) showing a bar code reading guide in the third embodiment, and FIG. 18 is an explanatory diagram (side view) showing a bar code reading guide in the third embodiment.

In Fig. 17 (a), 8 is a bar code reading guide, which is provided on the front of the automatic transaction device 1 between the bar code reader 7 and the front operation panel, and the bar code and the portable information printed on the sheet P are printed. It is for guiding the bar code displayed on the terminal to the position to be read by the bar code reader 7. This bar code reading guide 8 guides the sheet P put in by the operation of a customer, and guides the position which mounts a portable information terminal by operation of a customer. Then, the barcode reader 7 reads the barcode printed on the guide sheet P or the barcode displayed on the portable information terminal.

In addition, the bar code reader 7 and the bar code reading guide 8 are provided in the front center part of the automatic transaction apparatus 1 as shown to the principal part plan view which shows the structure of the automatic transaction apparatus in 1st Example of FIG. It is the same as that of 1st Embodiment provided.

87 is a form guide part, formed in a rectangular shape. The long side of this long guide guidance part 87 is arrange | positioned so that it may become substantially parallel to the front surface of the automatic transaction apparatus 1.

88 is a portable information terminal mounting section, which is a portion for mounting a portable information terminal displaying a bar code. In the portable information terminal mounting unit 88, a bar code figure or the like is drawn, and the bar code reader 7 can read the bar code displayed on the portable information terminal mounted by the operation of the customer.

Moreover, as shown to FIG. 17 (b), the form guide part 87 may be formed in substantially rectangular shape, and may be formed in the shape which the center part of the front side protruded to semi-circle shape toward the automatic transaction apparatus 1.

In Fig. 18A, the book guide portion 87 is formed substantially in a U-shape, and a gentle inclined surface is formed so that the front side becomes high toward the automatic trading device 1. Moreover, the portable information terminal mounting part 88 is formed so that one part of the inclined surface may be cut and it may become a horizontal surface.

89 is a curved portion, which is a curved portion formed toward the front at the upper side of the inner side toward the automatic transaction device 1 of the book guide portion 87. The curved portion 89 is formed so as to be above the inclined surface of the long guide guide portion 87, and is inserted by a customer's operation and abuts the front end portion of the long line by abutting the tip portion of the long length P guided at the inclined surface. It is to guide.

In addition, as shown in FIG. 18B, the portable information terminal mounting portion 88 may be formed of a high friction member such as rubber on the inclined surface of the long guide guide portion 87. The configuration of the high friction member makes it possible to stop the mounted portable information terminal.

As described above, in the third embodiment, there is no need to provide a driving means or the like for moving the bar code reading guide in the automatic transaction apparatus, and since it is not necessary to install the document position indicator, the cost is less than that in the second embodiment. Thus, the same effects as in the first embodiment can be obtained.

Next, a fourth embodiment will be described.

Since the configuration of the fourth embodiment is different from the configuration of the first embodiment and the configuration of the barcode reader and the barcode reading guide, the principal part plan view showing the configuration of the automatic transaction apparatus in the fourth embodiment of FIG. It demonstrates based on the block diagram which shows the control system structure of the automatic transaction apparatus in 20th Example. In addition, the same part as 1st Example mentioned above attaches | subjects the same code | symbol, and abbreviate | omits the description.

In Fig. 19, 71 is a barcode reader, which is displayed on the screen of a barcode printed on a bill P such as utility bills such as power bills, gas bills, and telephone bills, or on a screen of a portable information terminal such as a cellular phone, a PHS or a PDA. It consists of a scanner which reads a barcode.

This barcode reader 71 is provided on the front side of the automatic transaction apparatus 1, and is disposed toward the customer operation display panel 2 above the front operation panel forming an almost horizontal surface including the customer operation display panel 2. It is.

Moreover, the barcode reader 71 is comprised so that it may move to the left-right direction which arrow B in a figure shows by drive means, a moving mechanism, etc. which are not shown in figure.

The barcode reading guide 8 is different from the configuration of the first embodiment in that the configuration is fixed to the front surface of the automatic transaction apparatus 1. The rest of the configuration is the same as that of the first embodiment.

In FIG. 20, 20 is a barcode reader moving part which moves the barcode reader 71 to the predetermined position of the left-right direction by the drive means which can control the rotation angle, ie, the movement amount, of a pulse motor etc. which are not shown in figure.

The effect | action of the structure mentioned above is demonstrated.

FIG. 21 is a flowchart showing a public money payment transaction in the fourth embodiment, which will be described according to the step indicated by S in the figure.

S1e-S5e: Since it is the same as S1a-S5a of FIG. 6, the description is abbreviate | omitted.

S6e: When the customer operation display unit 11 detects the pressing of the "postcard" selection button or the "slip" selection button, the bar code reader moving unit 20 is previously stored in the storage unit 16 by the instruction of the control unit 17. The barcode reader 71 is moved to a predetermined position and stopped based on the barcode reader positional information.

This barcode reader positional information shall consist of the information of the position which moves the barcode reader 71 when a postcard is selected, and the information of the position which moves the barcode reader 71 when a slip is selected, and a barcode The reader moving unit 20 moves the barcode reader 71 to a predetermined position according to the barcode reader positional information, and is inserted by the customer to read the barcode printed on the form guided by the barcode reading guide 8. To be able.

S7e: When the bar code reader 71 is stopped at the predetermined position, the customer faces the surface on which the barcode of the document P brought with him is printed upwards, and the left end of the coupon P is brought into contact with the document of the barcode reading guide 8. It is assumed that the guide guide portion 81 is poured along the abutting portion 82.

S8e: The barcode reading unit 14 reads the barcode printed on the coupon when the coupon is put in the appropriate reading position.

When the barcode is read, the controller 17 controls the information included in the barcode read by the barcode reader 14, for example, a payment division, a storage agency number, a customer number, which is information for paying utility bills such as a telephone or electric power. And transactions of ordinary money payment in accordance with information such as a confirmation number.

As described above, in the fourth embodiment, by providing a barcode reader and a barcode reading guide that are freely movable on the front of the automatic transaction apparatus, even if the types are different from the types of the documents having different sizes and printed barcode positions, The effect of being able to read the printed barcode is obtained.

In the first to fourth embodiments, a bar code reader is provided on the front of the automatic transaction apparatus 1, but as shown in FIG. It is good also as a structure provided with the reflecting plate 172, such as the built-in camera 171 and a mirror.

By configuring in this way, it is possible to read the barcode which is put in by the operation of the customer and printed on the sheet P guided by the barcode reading guide 8, and the built-in camera 171 is not provided with a barcode reader. The effect of being able to read the barcode printed on the table P is obtained.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The perspective view which shows the external appearance of the automatic transaction apparatus in 1st Example.

Fig. 2 is a side view showing the configuration of the automatic transaction device in the first embodiment.

Fig. 3 is a plan view of the principal parts of the automatic trading apparatus in the first embodiment.

4 is an explanatory diagram showing a bar code reading guide in the first embodiment;

Fig. 5 is a block diagram showing a control system configuration of the automatic transaction device in the first embodiment.

Fig. 6 is a flowchart showing a public money payment transaction in the first embodiment.

Fig. 7 is an explanatory diagram of a form in which a bar code is printed in the first embodiment.

8 is an explanatory diagram of a book selection screen in the first embodiment;

9 is an explanatory diagram showing a bar code reading guide in a second embodiment;

Fig. 10 is a block diagram showing a control system configuration of the automatic transaction device in the second embodiment.

Fig. 11 is a flowchart showing a public money payment transaction in the second embodiment.

Fig. 12 is an explanatory diagram of a book reading operation guiding screen in the second embodiment;

Fig. 13 is an explanatory diagram showing a bar code reading guide in the third embodiment.

Fig. 14 is a block diagram showing a control system configuration of an automatic transaction device according to a third embodiment.

Fig. 15 is a flowchart showing a public money payment transaction in the third embodiment.

Fig. 16 is an explanatory diagram of a book reading operation guide screen in the third embodiment;

Fig. 17 is an explanatory diagram (planar view) showing a bar code reading guide in the third embodiment.

Fig. 18 is an explanatory diagram (side view) showing a bar code reading guide in the third embodiment.

Fig. 19 is a plan view showing the principal parts of a structure of an automatic transaction device according to a fourth embodiment.

20 is a block diagram showing a control system configuration of an automatic transaction apparatus according to a fourth embodiment.

Fig. 21 is a flowchart showing a public money payment transaction in the fourth embodiment.

Fig. 22 is a side view showing the configuration of the automatic transaction device in the fourth embodiment.

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1 automatic trading device

2 customer control panel

3 banknotes

4 coin doors

5 Card Insert Return

6 Bankbook Insert Return

7 barcode reader

8 Barcode Reading Guide

11 Customer operation display

12 card reader

13 deposit and withdrawal

14 barcode reader

15 Bar code reading guide moving part

16 memory

17 control unit

18 Communication Line

81 Induction Department

82 Sheet Contact

83 slip sheet

Claims (11)

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  2. In the automatic transaction apparatus which displays a screen for inducing a customer's operation, and which has a customer operation display panel which accepts a customer's input operation, and performs a transaction according to the information input by the customer,
    A bar code reading guide for guiding the sheets entered by the customer's operation,
    A barcode reader for reading the barcode printed on the document guided by the barcode reading guide,
    A document selection screen for selecting a type of document to read a barcode;
    A storage unit which stores in advance the positional information of the bar code reading guide in correspondence with the type of document;
    A bar code reading guide moving unit which reads out the position information of the bar code reading guide corresponding to the type of the book selected by the book selection screen from the storage unit and moves the bar code reading guide in accordance with the position information;
    The bar code reading guide is provided with a document guide part for regulating the front and rear directions of the document put in by the customer's operation, and a document contact part for regulating the transverse direction by making one end of the document abut,
    The bar code reading guide moving unit moves the bar code reading guide to a position corresponding to the type of the book selected by the book selection screen, and guides the book inserted by the customer's operation to the book guide unit and the book contacting unit, A bar code printed on the document is read by the bar code reader.
  3. In the automatic transaction apparatus which displays a screen for inducing a customer's operation, and which has a customer operation display panel which accepts a customer's input operation, and performs a transaction according to the information input by the customer,
    A bar code reading guide for guiding the sheets entered by the customer's operation,
    A barcode reader for reading the barcode printed on the document guided by the barcode reading guide,
    A plurality of document position indicators indicating a position guide section for regulating the front and rear directions of the document inserted by the customer's operation in the bar code reading guide, and a position at which one end of the document is aligned with the document guide section;
    A document selection screen for selecting a type of document to read a barcode;
    A storage unit for storing in advance identification information for identifying a document position indicator indicating a position to align one end of the document in correspondence with the type of the book,
    A bar code reading guide display unit which reads out and outputs identification information corresponding to the type of document selected by the book selection screen from the storage unit and lights the document position indicator in accordance with the identification information,
    The bar code reading guide display unit turns on the document position indicator corresponding to the type of the document selected by the document selection screen, guides the document inserted by the customer's operation to the document guide section and the document position indicator, and displays the document. And a printed bar code to be read by the bar code reader.
  4. In the automatic transaction apparatus which displays a screen for inducing a customer's operation, and which has a customer operation display panel which accepts a customer's input operation, and performs a transaction according to the information input by the customer,
    A bar code reading guide for guiding the sheets entered by the customer's operation,
    A barcode reader for reading the barcode printed on the document guided by the barcode reading guide,
    In the bar code reading guide, a document guide section for regulating the front and rear directions of a document put in by a customer's operation, and a bar code position indication indicating a position to align the center of the barcode printed on the document with the document guide section,
    An automatic transaction apparatus characterized by guiding a document entered by a customer's operation to the document guide section and a bar code position indication so that the barcode printed on the document is read by the barcode reader.
  5. In the automatic transaction apparatus which displays a screen for inducing a customer's operation, and which has a customer operation display panel which accepts a customer's input operation, and performs a transaction according to the information input by the customer,
    A bar code reading guide for guiding the sheets entered by the customer's operation,
    A barcode reader for reading the barcode printed on the document guided by the barcode reading guide,
    In the bar code reading guide, a guide induction part having a slanted surface formed so that the front side becomes high and regulating the front and rear direction of the book put in by a customer's operation is provided.
    An automatic transaction apparatus characterized by guiding a document entered by a customer's operation to the document inducing unit so that the barcode printed on the document is read by the barcode reader.
  6. In the automatic transaction apparatus which displays a screen for inducing a customer's operation, and which has a customer operation display panel which accepts a customer's input operation, and performs a transaction according to the information input by the customer,
    A bar code reading guide for guiding the sheets entered by the customer's operation,
    A barcode reader for reading the barcode printed on the document guided by the barcode reading guide,
    In the bar code reading guide, a document guide unit for regulating the front and rear directions of a document inserted by a customer's operation and a portable information terminal mounting unit for mounting a portable information terminal in the document guide unit are provided.
    The document entered by the customer's operation is guided to the document induction section, the barcode printed on the document is read by the barcode reader, and the portable information terminal mounted on the portable information terminal mounting unit by the customer's operation. And the bar code displayed on the bar code reader is read by the bar code reader.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    And the portable information terminal mounting portion is a horizontal plane formed on the front side of the payroll guidance portion.
  8. The method of claim 6,
    And the portable information terminal mounting portion is formed of a high friction member on an inclined surface formed so as to have a high front side.
  9. In the automatic transaction apparatus which displays a screen for inducing a customer's operation, and which has a customer operation display panel which accepts a customer's input operation, and performs a transaction according to the information input by the customer,
    A bar code reading guide for guiding the sheets entered by the customer's operation,
    A barcode reader for reading the barcode printed on the document guided by the barcode reading guide,
    A document selection screen for selecting a type of document to read a barcode;
    A storage unit for storing the position information of the barcode reader in advance in correspondence with the type of the coupon;
    A barcode reader moving unit for reading out and outputting the positional information of the barcode reader corresponding to the type of the journal selected by the journal selection screen from the storage unit, and moving the barcode reader in accordance with the positional information;
    The bar code reading guide is provided with a document guide part for regulating the front and rear directions of the document put in by the customer's operation, and a document contact part for regulating the transverse direction by making one end of the document abut,
    The barcode reader moving unit moves the barcode reader to a position corresponding to the type of the document selected by the document selection screen, guides the document inserted by the customer's operation to the document inducing part and the document contacting part, and the document And a bar code printed on the bar code reader.
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  11. In the automatic transaction apparatus which displays a screen for inducing a customer's operation, and which has a customer operation display panel which accepts a customer's input operation, and performs a transaction according to the information input by the customer,
    A bar code reading guide for guiding the sheets entered by the customer's operation,
    A barcode reader for reading the barcode printed on the document guided by the barcode reading guide,
    The bar code reading guide comprises a document inducing part for regulating the front and rear directions of a document placed by a customer, and a document contact part for contacting one end of the document in a horizontal direction.
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