WO1999010847A1 - Automatic cash dispenser - Google Patents

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WO1999010847A1
WO1999010847A1 PCT/DE1998/002304 DE9802304W WO9910847A1 WO 1999010847 A1 WO1999010847 A1 WO 1999010847A1 DE 9802304 W DE9802304 W DE 9802304W WO 9910847 A1 WO9910847 A1 WO 9910847A1
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    • G07DHANDLING OF COINS OR VALUABLE PAPERS, e.g. TESTING, SORTING BY DENOMINATIONS, COUNTING, DISPENSING, CHANGING OR DEPOSITING
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Abstract

The invention relates to an automatic cash dispenser (10), comprising a dispensing location (18), at least one storage location (24) in which a withdrawal device (26) is fitted and a conveyor device connecting the storage location (24) to the dispensing location (18). The automatic cash dispenser (10) also comprises a control unit which determines the necessary withdrawal steps depending on a predetermined cash sum and a testing device (36) which detects the number of banknotes withdrawn during each withdrawal step. When too many banknotes are withdrawn from the withdrawal device (26) of the storage location (24) in a given withdrawal step, the testing device (36) detects the number of banknotes withdrawn in excess and the control unit (50) accordingly reduces the number of the following withdrawal steps.

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The invention relates to a cash dispenser with an output point, be at the output in accordance with a predetermined amount of money banknotes, at least one memory location for storage of the banknotes, a recess provided in the storage location take-off device, which are extracted from the memory location in a deduction step, a bank note, a the trigger mechanism which drives control unit which determines in accordance with the predetermined amount of money, the necessary number of deduction steps, a transport device, which connects the memory location to the output location, and having disposed between the storage location and the output location along the transport path checking means for Erfas- sen accidental withdrawal of several banknotes in a peeling step ,

An automated teller machine of the aforementioned type is used for example by banks and credit institutions to pay out customer funds. To this end, an issuing authority, such as a flap or a dispensing slot is provided at the ATMs are output from the bill to the customer. The customer has the option to enter the desired th amount of money on a control panel such as a keyboard or a touch screen, to be output from the ATMs. Within the cash dispenser, at least one memory location for storage of the banknotes is provided. a removable memory cartridge is for example verwen- det as a storage location that is inserted into a holder. a trigger device is further provided at the memory location which is driven by a control unit, the storage location in a deduction step is to remove only one banknote in each case. The withdrawn of the memory location banknote is then conveyed via a transport device, for example a conveyor belt or a plurality of pairs of rollers to the output location. Due to the varying quality of banknotes, for example, pierqualitat of the patent or a matter the age of the banknotes, so-called double or occur in poor quality banknotes on multiple picks in which the trigger mechanism instead of a banknote storage location takes several banknotes in a peeling step. Therefore, there is additionally provided a test device in the known cash dispenser between the storage location and the output location, which detects accidental disconnection of several banknotes by the trigger mechanism. In the case of the known cash dispenser as soon as the test facility detects a double or multiple trigger, promoted all previously held during dispensing in an intermediate store banknotes in a disposed in the ATM Rejektbehälter and repeats the entire dispensing operation. This is to prevent the advertising that the bank customer gets paid a higher amount of money than the desired amount of money is credited to the account of the bank customers later.

In this known cash dispenser has a problem in that with decreasing quality banknote accordingly often the extraction device extracts the storage location a plurality of banknotes in a peeling step. Consequently, the output operation must be canceled and re-made and the data already stored in the cache bills are fed into the Rejektbehälter. Since the memory locations may contain only a limited amount of banknotes in ATMs also for safety reasons, the locations with frequent periods of multiple picks are consumed quickly, so that the ATM is no longer operational. The invention has the object of providing a cash dispenser of the aforementioned type so further develop that it has a high availability even with frequently occurring multiple picks.

This object is inventively achieved in that the checking device detects the number of a deduction step too much withdrawn banknotes, and that the control unit reduces corresponding to the detected number of the testing device too much banknotes withdrawn the remaining number of the following deduction steps.

In the invention, the number of in a withdrawal is - step detects too much withdrawn banknotes and charged with the remaining amount of the total amount of money by the control unit reduces the remaining number of the following deduction steps. This still be disbursed balance will be reduced according to the excess paid amount of money without the disbursement process must be stopped and made again. In this way, the ATM also in frequently occurring fig multiple picks consistently high availability.

In a development of the invention, a Rejektbehälter is additionally provided that receives the bills of the last made deduction step when the Prüfeinrich- processing the number of bills of the last performed step deduction can not detect properly. In this case, the trigger step last carried out is repeated by the trigger mechanism. In this way it is ensured that the bank customers neither too low, a higher amount of money will be paid out as desired. It is further proposed in this embodiment, to repeat the last deduction step if the testing device detects a multiple deduction of bank notes in the last deduction step, so that even in this statistically infrequent case too much cash out of the bank customer is prevented.

According to a preferred form of the invention the deduction steps are first temporal in densest possible rather performed sequence Then, the stopped at least one extraction device prior to performing a predetermined withdrawal step until all withdrawn banknotes have passed through the test device (36). Only then write the remaining deduction steps be carried out. In transit from one of the storage locations up to the test facility, several bills can be located without knowing whether and how many multiple picks are below. If the number of deduction steps still to be carried out but only determined if the test has been performed on multiple prints, the number of banknote transports from the buffer for Rejektbehälter can be further reduced.

A still further reduction of these so-called collecting rejeks is possible if the remaining necessary deduction steps are carried out with a further than the closest possible time sequence.

The number of lying before the last step necessary deduction deduction steps is dependent predefined advantageously deviate from the statistical frequency of the multiple copies, wherein a multiple removal statistics in the control unit are held or stored therein determined as a table. This achieves on the one hand, the probability on the other hand the time but is kept as short as possible to process a customer order too much in the cache together amount transferred banknotes is minimal.

As a testing device, a mechanical measuring device is provided with a measuring sensor which rests on the guided past the measuring device banknotes under pretension and its displacement proportional indicates the thickness of the paper money guided past. As a probe, for example, a firmly clamped leaf is spring-affixed strain gauges or a rotatably mounted rocker, the displacement is detected for example via an inductive sensor. The mechanical measuring device determines the number of banknotes by comparing the detected thickness of the probe with egg ner associated with the respective type of banknote predetermined thickness.

As a test device Also an optical measuring device having at least one light source and at least one light-sensitive sensor between which the banknotes are passed, wherein from said detected by the sensor intensity of light emitted from the light source shining through the banknotes light beam, the thickness of guided past banknotes can be determined suitable. The number of banknotes is determined by comparing the gemesse- nen light intensity with a typical for banknote light intensity. Optionally, the common use of the mechanical and optical measuring device is possible in a test device so that the evaluation accuracy is improved.

In order to enhance the evaluation accuracy of the testing device further, a length measuring device can be additionally disposed between the storage location and the output location, which determines the length of the guided past banknotes.

Further features and advantages of the invention will become apparent from the following description, which in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, the invention on hand of an embodiment. In the drawings: Figure 1 is a schematic sectional side view of an automated teller machine with test device and the length measuring and

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Testing and length measuring at different operating conditions.

1 shows a cash dispenser 10 with a head part 12 and a base part 14. The head part 12 has a user interface 16 having an insertion slot (not shown) on its angled front for debit cards or credit cards and a key pad (not shown), via the the user can select various operating functions of ATMs 10th Below the user interface 16 a pivotal discharge gate 18 is located at the front of the head portion 12 further bank notes are output to the corresponding to a previously defined by the user amount of money. Within the socket part 14 of the cash dispenser 10, a vault 20 is arranged in which the dispensed by the cash dispenser 10 banknotes are stored, as will be explained below.

In the vault 20 four superposed cassettes storage units 22 are provided. In any cassettes 22 tenspeichereinheit a replaceable memory cartridge 24 is inserted, in which the bills to be dispensed are stored. The banknotes are sorted according to different banknote values ​​recorded in the various storage cassettes 24th 1 to the left DAR provided in Fig. End of each cartridge storage unit 22, an extracting means 26 is secured, in each case a bill is taken in a fume hood with the step of the storage cassette 24. The take-off devices 26 to pass the extracted bank notes of a vertically extending transport device 28 which conveys the bank notes in the head part 12 of the cash dispenser 10, as will be explained later.

The transport device 28 has a lower transport unit 30 for the lower two cassettes storage units 22 and an upper transport unit 32 for the upper two cassettes storage units 22. Near the upper end of the upper transport unit 32 is formed a dispensing slot 34 at the vault 20 through which the bank notes in reach the head portion 12th Immediately below the output slot 34, a testing device 36 is provided on the upper transport unit 32, which detects accidental disconnection of several banknotes in a peeling step and the construction and function in the Figures 2a to 2d will be explained later. Adjacent to the transport device 28, a Rejektbehälter 38 is mounted further in the vault 20 can be conveyed to the rejected via a vault 20 is formed on the entry slot 40 banknotes.

In the interior of the head portion 12, a conveyor 42 connects to the dispensing slot 34, at which the bills delivered from the vault 20 to one of the output - is supplied flap seen in the transport direction 18 upstream stacking 44th The stacking wheel 44 collects the conveyed from the vault 20 bills to be dispensed, to the amount of money previously entered by the user is completely discharged from the storage cassettes 24 and outputs the latched banknotes to the exit door 18 which is pivotable outwardly to allow the user the bills in reception can take. In the transport direction seen in the stacking wheel 44 a deflector 46 is arranged, which connects the conveyor 42 in addition to the entry slot 40 of the Rejektbehälters 38 on the conveyor 42nd Close to the dispensing slot 34 of the safe 20, a length measuring device 48 is arranged on the conveyor 42 which determines the length of the guided past banknotes and whose structure and function will be explained later. Above the cassette storage unit 22, a tax is fixed ereinheit 50, with which the various functions of the extractor devices 26, the transport device 28 or the testing facility 36, and length measuring 48 are coordinated to the vault 20th

In Figures 2a to 2d are different operating functions of the test device 36 and the length measuring device 48 are shown. First, however briefly, the structure of the test device 36 and the length measuring is illustrated by the 48th

The testing device 36 consists of an upper housing part 52 and a lower housing part 54. The upper housing part 52 has on its transport path of the banknote 70 underside facing a light source 56 which emits light having a predetermined light intensity. In the transport direction seen by the light source 56, a swiveling probe 58 is at the bottom of the upper housing portion 52 also mounted, which rests under prestress against the unillustrated upper surface of the conveyor belt of the upper transport unit 32 and can be pivoted in the direction of the upper housing part 52nd The Gehäu- has seunterteil 54 on its side facing the transport upper side a light-sensitive sensor 60 which is arranged aligned with the light source 56 of the housing upper part 52nd From the known transport speed of the transport system 28 and the temporal duration of a Dickenmeßvorganges from the control unit 50 and the length of a measured thickness range can be calculated.

The length measuring device 48 likewise consists of an upper housing part 62 and a lower housing part 64. At the side facing the transport path underside of the upper housing part 62 a lamp 66 is secured. The lamp 66 located opposite is provided a photo sensor 68 on the lower housing part 64, which detects the light emitted from the lamp 66.

The operation of the testing device 36 and the length measuring device 48 is explained with reference to Figures 2a to 2d.

Once the leading edge of the banknote 70, the lamp 66 ER ranges, the light emitted from the lamp 66 light beam is interrupted, so that the photo sensor 68 transmits a corresponding off signal. Reaches the banknote 70 with its trailing edge, the lamp 66, the photo sensor detects the emitted by the lamp 66 light beam 68 and pro- duces an on signal. The signals of the photo sensor 68 are forwarded to the control unit 50, which determines the time period in which the photo sensor 68 generates an off signal, and from the speed of the transport device 28 and the certain period of time calculates the length of the banknote 70th

In Figure 2a, the operation of the testing device 36 and the length measuring device 48 is shown with a properly working withdrawal device 26th In this case, the extraction device 26 of the memory cartridge 24 extracts at a peel step, a single bank note 70. This banknote 70 is transferred from the extraction device 26 to the transport device 28th The conveying device 28 conveys the banknote 70 through the vault 20 12 in the head portion The individual banknote 70 first passes through the testing device 36. In the test device 36, the light source 56 produces a light beam with a constant light intensity is detected by the light-sensitive sensor 60th Now, if the single bank note 70, the testing device 36 passes, weakens the banknote 70, the light intensity of the light emitted from the light source 56 light beam as soon as it passes the light source 56th This weakening of the light intensity detected by the light-sensitive sensor 60 and forwarded to the control unit 50th The control unit 50 compares the measured light intensity with a predetermined intensity range for banknotes with certain thicknesses. If the measured light intensity within this range, it means that the fine Prü- direction 36, a single bank note has detected 70th

In the transport direction seen by the light source 56 of the probe 58 is arranged, which is pivoted by the guided past the banknote 70 in the direction of the housing upper part 52nd In this case, an unillustrated motion sensor detects the pivotal movement of the probe 58, and generates a guided past the thickness of the banknote 70 indicative signal which is forwarded to the control unit 50, which compares the signal with a predetermined thickness range. If the signal is within the superiors given thickness range of values, this means that only a single banknote 70 has been passed. Then the bill goes through the length measuring 70 48th

2b shows the operation of the testing device 36 is shown in a so-called double trigger. In this case, the extraction device 26 has erroneously taken out from the cassette storage in a deduction step two banknotes 70 and 72, 24 which adhere to one another congruently, ie, that the banknotes 70 and 72 are seen in the transport direction is not offset from each other. Once the adherends bills are fed through tester 36 70 and 72, the light intensity of the emitted from the light source 56 light is about twice as much reduced. By comparing the measured light intensity with the light intensity range, the control unit 50 the number of bills fed 36 finely direction by the Prü-, in this case, is determined by two. Subsequently, the probe 58 is pressed by the adhering to each other banknotes 70 and 72 upward, causing the motion sensor (not shown) emits a corresponding signal to the control unit 50th Since the displacement of the probe 58 is proportional to the thickness of the guided past banknotes, the control unit 50 can determine the number of banknotes conveyed past here.

In Figure 2c a further possibility of a double deduction of bank notes is shown. Also in this case, the extraction device has extracted 26 of the memory cartridge 24, two adhered to each other banknotes 70 and 72nd The notes 70 and 72 are offset from each other. now reach the mutually adhering banknotes 70 and 72 in the testing device 36, 50 detects the control unit initially the first bank note 70 and a short time later addition, the second banknote 72, the control unit 50 supply sensor from the light-sensitive from the sensor 60 and the movement ( not uniquely determine not shown) generated thickness measurement signals how many bank notes have passed through the test apparatus 36, is additionally determined with the aid of which the length of the guided past banknotes 70 and 72nd The length of the leading than simply recognized banknote portion and the length of the overlapping portion is added and checked on this value according to the desired length of the bills. In the same way, with the overlapping portion and the trailing than simply recognized Banknotenab- procedural interface. With reference to the length determination and the thickness determination by the checking device 36, the control unit 50 can now calculate the exact number of the bills.

Figure 2d shows a further possibility of a Doppelabzu- ges in which the bank notes are conveyed at a small distance d of the extraction device 26 from the storage cartridge 24th In this case, both the test device 36 as well as the length measuring device 48 detects two individual banknotes 70 and 72. Here, the control inputs standardized 50 from the time period between the tester 36 and the length measuring device 48 signals generated and the transport speed of the distance d between the calculate banknotes 70 and 73rd If the distance d sufficiently large, this is for the further radio 10 tion of the cash dispenser unproblematic. If the distance d, however, too small, this may result in the intake of the banknotes in the stacking wheel 44 to problems, since the front edge as seen in the transport direction of the second banknote 72 can collide with the trailing edge of the already held by the stacking wheel 44 first banknote 70, whereby a bank note jam may arise in the conveyor 42nd In such a case, in which the distance d is too low between the banknotes 70 and 72, the control unit 50 switches the switch 46 so that the two banknotes are fed into the Rejektbehälter 38 70 and 72nd

The function of the ATMs 10 is briefly described. Once a user's debit card or credit card into the insertion slot (not shown) has introduced, it can on the keypad (not shown) of the user interface 16 to enter his PIN and the desired amount to be paid out of money. This information is forwarded to the control unit 50, which calculates from the predetermined amount of money, the necessary number of deduction steps for each extraction device 26th Then, each extractor device 26 removes paper money 24 according to the calculated trigger steps of the respective associated storage cassette. The banknotes are delivered via the transport system 28 and the conveyor 42 to the stacking wheel 44, until the desired amount of money has been reached. The bank notes are transferred from the stacking wheel 44 to the output door 18 which pivots outwardly to allow the user to remove the bills.

Is a multi-trigger detected with an undetermined number arrival of banknotes, these banknotes will be fed via the switch 46 in the Rejektbehälter 38 and repeats the extraction step. Detected, the control unit 50 during the gathering process, a predetermined amount of money through the testing device 36 or the countries genmeßeinrichtung 48 a multiple withdrawal of banknotes, it determines the number of excess withdrawn banknotes and reduced according to the further withdrawal steps of the respective extractors 26. If reducing the number of following deduction steps do not lend possible, for example because a multiple deduction last necessary step withdrawal occurred, the samples taken in this deduction step bills are fed into the Rejektbehälter 38 and repeats the withdrawal step.

In order to achieve a high output speed, the bills are withdrawn in a dense sequence of the storage cassettes 24 in the cash dispenser 10th That implies that a number of bills in the transport system 28 in the path between the storage cassettes 24 and the tester 36 are located. The series is especially long at the taking of notes from the lowest memory cartridge 24. The sequence of prints done so intermittently, ie first the banknotes are deducted in the densest possible time sequence. Depending on the number of statistically expected multiple removals -a such statistics are maintained, for example, in the control unit 50, but may be the sequence of draw operations before the last, penultimate or an even earlier withdrawal operation is Being stored as value table there firmly stopped until all withdrawn banknotes have the test equipment running 36 transit. Only then the remaining bills are deducted. The distance between the individual prints can be increased to such an extent that a next withdrawal takes place only if the previously withdrawn banknote finely direction the Prü- 36 and the length measuring device has passed through 48th but it is-preferably at a low statistical multiple Deduction Wahrscheinlichkeit- also possible to transport all previously collected banknotes in a separation failure during this final prints in the Rejektbehälter.

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1. cash dispenser with an output point (18) on which according to a predetermined amount of money bills are discharged, at least one memory location (24) for storing banknotes (70, 72) provided one at the memory location (24) draw-off device (26) which takes the memory location (24) in an exhaust step in each case a bank note (70, 72), one of the draw-off device (26) (which drives the control unit (50) which determines in accordance with the predetermined amount of money, the necessary number of deduction steps, a transport device 28, 42 arranged) that connects the memory location (24) to the dispensing point (26), and having a (between the memory location 24) and the output point (26) along the transport path Prüfeinrichtung (36) for detecting an accidental withdrawal of several banknotes (70, 72) in a peeling step, characterized in that the Prüfeinrichtung (36) daß the arrival number of withdrawn in a withdrawal step too en banknotes (72) erfaßt and daß the control unit (50) corresponding to that of the Prüfeinrichtung (36) erfaßten number too much withdrawn banknotes (72) sheet, the remaining number of the following deduction steps reduced.
2. Automatic cash dispenser according to claim 1, characterized in that a daß Rejektbehälter (38) is provided, of the banknotes (70, 72) of the last performed step receives trigger when the Prüfeinrichtung (36) the number of banknotes (70, 72) of the last performed step trigger can not detect ordnungsgemäß and daß the discharge device (26) repeats the last performed deduction step.
3. Automatic cash dispenser according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that daß a (the) Rejektbehälter (38) the
Banknotes (70, 72) receives the last necessary deduction step when the Prüfeinrichtung (36) egg NEN multiple removal of banknotes (70, 72) erfaßt in the last peeling step, and daß the discharge device (26) the last deduction step repeated.
4. Automatic cash dispenser according to claim 2 or 3, characterized in that daß on the transport device (42) a switch (46) is provided between a first operating position in which the banknotes (70, 72) of the output point (18) fed ührt be, and is adjustable to a second operating position in which the banknotes (70, 72) in the Rejektbehälter (38) overall are fördert.
5. Automatic cash dispenser according to one of Ansprüche 1 to 4, characterized in that the deduction steps daß zunächst be durchgeführt dichtestmöglicher in time sequence, the at least one daß Abzugsvor- direction (26) is stopped before the Durchführung a predeterminable, withdrawal step until all the banknotes have passed through the withdrawn Prüfeinrichtung (36), and thereafter daß still necessary deduction steps are durchgeführt. 6. Automatic cash dispenser according to claim 5, characterized in that the still necessary deduction steps daß be durchgeführt with another than the dichtestmöglichen time sequence.
7. Automatic cash dispenser according to claim 5 or 6, characterized daß, the deduction step lying before the last step is necessary deduction abhängig dictated by the statistical Häufigkeit the Mehrfachabzüge, wherein a multiple removal statistics in the control unit (50) Found is ührt or stored therein determined as a table.
8. Automatic cash dispenser according to one of Anspr├╝che 1 to 7, characterized in that the da├ƒ Pr├╝fungseinrichtung (36) a mechanical Me├ƒeinrichtung with a Me├ƒtaster (58) of the at Me├ ƒeinrichtung vorbeigef├╝hrten banknotes (70, 72) rests under pretension and its displacement proportional to the thickness of the vorbeigef├╝hrten banknotes (70, 72) indicates. 9. Automatic cash dispenser according to one of Anspr├╝che 1 to 8, characterized in that the Pr├╝feinrichtung (36) da├ƒ an optical Me├ƒeinrichtung with at least one light source (56) and at least one of these gegen├╝berliegend arranged photosensitive sensor (60), between which the banknotes (70, 72) are hindurchgef├╝hrt wherein erfa├ƒten emitted from the sensor (60) of the Intensit├ñt from the light source (56) (by the banknotes 70, 72) extending light beam (70, 72) or the zus├ñtzlich L├ñnge a measured thickness portion can be determined the thickness of the vorbeigef├╝hrten bank notes.
10. Automatic cash dispenser according to one of the preceding Ansprüche, characterized by a along the transport path between the storage location (24) and the initial transfer point (18) arranged Längenmeßeinrichtung (48) for determining the Länge or the vorbeigeführten spacing of the banknotes (70, 72).
11. Automatic cash dispenser according to claim 10, characterized in that the daß Längenmeßeinrichtung (48) between the Prüfeinrichtung (36) and the output point (18) is arranged.
2. Automatic cash dispenser according to claim 10 or 11, characterized daß serves as Längenmeßeinrichtung (48) a light barrier, in which the banknotes (70, 72) are vorbeigeführt and daß the control unit ( 50) by means of the output from the photocell signals, the Länge of the banknotes (70, 72 determines) in Abhängigkeit of their transportation speed.
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