WO2019115537A1 - Automated teller machine - Google Patents

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WO2019115537A1
WO2019115537A1 PCT/EP2018/084381 EP2018084381W WO2019115537A1 WO 2019115537 A1 WO2019115537 A1 WO 2019115537A1 EP 2018084381 W EP2018084381 W EP 2018084381W WO 2019115537 A1 WO2019115537 A1 WO 2019115537A1
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Claus Baumann
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Keba Ag
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    • GPHYSICS
    • G07CHECKING-DEVICES
    • G07FCOIN-FREED OR LIKE APPARATUS
    • G07F19/00Complete banking systems; Coded card-freed arrangements adapted for dispensing or receiving monies or the like and posting such transactions to existing accounts, e.g. automatic teller machines
    • G07F19/20Automatic teller machines [ATMs]
    • G07F19/205Housing aspects of ATMs
    • G07F19/2055Anti-skimming aspects at ATMs
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    • G02OPTICS
    • G02FDEVICES OR ARRANGEMENTS, THE OPTICAL OPERATION OF WHICH IS MODIFIED BY CHANGING THE OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF THE MEDIUM OF THE DEVICES OR ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE CONTROL OF THE INTENSITY, COLOUR, PHASE, POLARISATION OR DIRECTION OF LIGHT, e.g. SWITCHING, GATING, MODULATING OR DEMODULATING; TECHNIQUES OR PROCEDURES FOR THE OPERATION THEREOF; FREQUENCY-CHANGING; NON-LINEAR OPTICS; OPTICAL LOGIC ELEMENTS; OPTICAL ANALOGUE/DIGITAL CONVERTERS
    • G02F1/00Devices or arrangements for the control of the intensity, colour, phase, polarisation or direction of light arriving from an independent light source, e.g. switching, gating, or modulating; Non-linear optics
    • G02F1/01Devices or arrangements for the control of the intensity, colour, phase, polarisation or direction of light arriving from an independent light source, e.g. switching, gating, or modulating; Non-linear optics for the control of the intensity, phase, polarisation or colour 
    • G02F1/13Devices or arrangements for the control of the intensity, colour, phase, polarisation or direction of light arriving from an independent light source, e.g. switching, gating, or modulating; Non-linear optics for the control of the intensity, phase, polarisation or colour  based on liquid crystals, e.g. single liquid crystal display cells
    • G02F1/1323Arrangements for providing a switchable viewing angle
    • GPHYSICS
    • G07CHECKING-DEVICES
    • G07FCOIN-FREED OR LIKE APPARATUS
    • G07F7/00Mechanisms actuated by objects other than coins to free or to actuate vending, hiring, coin or paper currency dispensing or refunding apparatus
    • G07F7/08Mechanisms actuated by objects other than coins to free or to actuate vending, hiring, coin or paper currency dispensing or refunding apparatus by coded identity card or credit card or other personal identification means
    • G07F7/10Mechanisms actuated by objects other than coins to free or to actuate vending, hiring, coin or paper currency dispensing or refunding apparatus by coded identity card or credit card or other personal identification means together with a coded signal, e.g. in the form of personal identification information, like personal identification number [PIN] or biometric data
    • G07F7/1025Identification of user by a PIN code
    • G07F7/1033Details of the PIN pad

Abstract

The invention relates to an automated teller machine, comprising a safe unit and an operating unit. The operating unit comprises a banknote module for the disbursement and/or depositing of banknotes and at least one input device for inputs from a user. The automated teller machine also comprises a number of filter devices having at least two operation types for a transparent viewing mode and a restricted viewing mode, which filter devices can be switched by means of at least one light source. In the restricted viewing mode, the filter device is transparent to the user only in a predefined, restricted angle range relative to a normal to the filter device.

Description

 MONEY MACHINE

TECHNICAL AREA

The invention relates to an ATM for paying out cash to a customer and in particular for depositing cash by the customer.

STATE OF THE ART

An ATM is a technical device for cash withdrawal in self-service at money and credit institutions. By default, such ATMs are equipped with a safe unit, with a payout module or banknote module, in particular with a special cash slot, and with a control unit which is adapted to a customer requested amount of money in the form of banknotes pay it out through the cash slot.

Conventional ATMs are in the documents GB 2 106 687 A, US 6,206,284 Bl, US 7,611,045 Bl, JP 5 342 448 A and EP 0 965 956 Bl described ben.

In order to achieve a high level of user acceptance and high throughput rates and thus sales with a cash machine, on the one hand the user management and, on the other hand, discretion at the cash machine is of great importance.

One of the most important moments when withdrawing money at the ATM is the input of the PIN code by the customer or user. In order to make it difficult for spies to spy on PIN codes, small privacy screens can be placed around the PIN pad. Such a solution is described in the document WO 2006/076882 A1. A similar solution can also be used for the entire screen and is in the document

DE 10229673 Al described. However, these solutions have the disadvantage that possibly larger people behind the ATM user could still spy on the pin code when entering the pin. Even a camera over the position of Benut zers when entering the pin code could be used for spying who the. Both are especially problematic for wheelchair users.

Furthermore, DE 101 16 567 A1 describes a screen, which consists of a plurality of cells and is mounted above an input keyboard. In this case, the side walls of the cells are opaque and thin-walled in relation to the edge lengths of the cell, wherein it consists only of the side walls and the cells thus formed are open at the bottom and top, which can be incorporated in a transparent, solid mass of glass or plastic ,

DE 102 29 673 Al shows a privacy for input and output ranges of data display devices and machines by three laterally interconnected ne ne opaque walls and a top cover, the screen is provided with a free-view restricting upper cover, which is the property owns that it is only from the viewpoint of the observer through and from a lateral view of the entrance or exit in front of gang only blurred or unrecognizable perceive.

DE 10 2014 113 220 Al describes a security device for Bankau tomatoes, which includes a display with privacy mask device and / or an eyepiece and / or a Sehschlitzvorrichtung and a dial-free accessibility aid in the form of an eye-tracking system, touchpad, trackball or joystick.

DE 299 22 187 Ul shows a device for protecting the input of data via a keyboard, in which a keyboard is provided as viewed from above and from the side protective cover, which on its underside upper half of the keyboard, a lighting device and a television camera on- indicates, wherein the captured by the television camera image is displayed on the screen of a display device which is fixed by a holder on the cover. WO 2006/076 882 Al relates to a visual protection element by which the possi bility of spying the PIN code is minimized by unauthorized third parties and at the same time represents no risk of injury. Due to the cap-shaped design of the screen element, a cavity above the control panel is formed, so that the panel can not be viewed when entering the PIN of third parties. By choosing a flexible plastic form the screen element is not rigid, but has a certain Nachgie bigkeit, so that the possibility of injury is minimized when abutting the screen element. Nevertheless, the screen element has a sufficiently high dimensional stability.

DISCLOSURE OF THE INVENTION

It is an object of the present invention to provide an improved cash ATM.

The object is achieved by an ATM with the features of claim 1.

Accordingly, an ATM is proposed which includes a safe unit and a control unit. The operating unit comprises a banknote module for paying out and / or depositing banknotes and at least one input device for inputs of a user. Furthermore, the ATM comprises a number of filter devices switchable by means of at least one light source with at least two operating modes for a transparent viewing mode and a restricted viewing mode, wherein the filter device in the restricted viewing mode for the user only in a predetermined, limited Angle range relative to a normal to the filter device is transparent.

For example, the filter device is disposed above or in front of the input device and acts as a screen for the input device at the input of the pin code by the user. By virtue of the fact that the filter device is only transparent in the restricted angle range in the limited viewing mode, the user can observe the input of his pin code in this restricted angle range and thus check another person outside this restricted angle range However, pin codes at the input device advantageously do not track. Outside the restricted angular range, the filter device is preferably not transparent in the restricted viewing mode. The filter device is for example plate-shaped. The plates shaped filter device may also have a curvature.

By the light source, the filter device may preferably be switched between the transparent viewing mode and the restricted viewing mode. The at least one light source is arranged, for example, on one side or on both sides of the plate-shaped filter device. Depending on energizing the at least one light source, the filter device can be switched from the transparent viewing mode to the restricted viewing mode. If the at least one light source is energized, it emits light and switches the filter device into the restricted viewing mode. If the at least one light source is not energized, it does not emit light and the filter device is in the transparent viewing mode. The at least one light source preferably comprises a number, in particular a plurality, of light-emitting diodes (LED).

The filter device can also be referred to as a visual protection device or as a privacy screen. The ATM can also be referred to as ATM, ATM or ATM. The ATM is a technical Einrich tion, which is suitable for cash withdrawal or in addition to the cash deposit with money and credit institutions, banks and savings banks. The money automat can also be designed in such a way that it allows the customer to withdraw cash from his own giro or credit card account even with foreign financial institutions in self-service. The ATM can operate as a front-load ATM, as a rear-load ATM or as a TTW.

ATM (TTW).

The control unit may also be referred to as a customer service unit or customer control panel and may include other modules or units besides the banknote module and the input device. Examples of further modules are a printer, one or more screens and also a module for depositing and / or paying out coins.

In particular, the operating unit comprises a portrait camera or on-line camera, a customer display with a touch screen, function keys, a barcode reader, a hand-to-money camera, a customer keyboard, a stereo speaker, a cash slot, a status display, a security mirror, a coin dispensing slot, a receipt, in particular a receipt printer, a hybrid card reader, a headphone jack, a contactless card reader and a PIN pad (EPP). In particular, the operating unit comprises a hollow housing, which is screwed to the safe unit and in wel chem, the components described above are receivable.

The safe unit comprises a plurality of storage units for depositing the banknotes and a number N, where N> 1, of transport units for transporting the banknotes between the banknote module and the storage units. The transport units and the storage units are located in the safe Unit arranged that the banknotes in the safe unit intersect a plane of symmetry which is parallel to two mutually opposite side walls of the safe unit. The safe unit can also be referred to as an all-in-one safe, since it can be used for the majority of different ATM configurations.

The banknote module can also be referred to as a top unit. The top unit, which includes the cash slot, is mounted in particular on a rail system and thus displaceable relative to the safe unit. The storage units include in particular temporary banknote storage and static banknote storage.

The Safe-unit may also be designated as a safe-Unit, safe or depository safe ¬ net. The banknote module may also be referred to as a pay-in / pay-out module or cash-slot module for depositing / paying out banknotes.

According to one embodiment, the filter device in the limited visibility for the user mode only in the predetermined, limited Win ¬ angle range is relatively transparent to an on the y-axis gravity axis of the filter device. Here, the limited angular range lies both in the c-axis and the z-axis between -20 ° and + 20 °, preferably Zvi ¬ rule -15 ° and + 15 °.

The angle range between -20 ° and + 20 ° is a suitable choice between comfort and discretion when entering the pin code. The angular range Zvi ¬ rule -15 ° and + 50 ° is even safer.

According to a further embodiment, the filter device comprises a light guide with distributed scattering particles. In this embodiment, the scattering particles are integrated in the light guide and the light emitted by the at least one light source can be scattered by these scattering particles. According to a further embodiment, the filter device comprises a light guide and coupled to the light guide coupling-out structure with ver scattered scattering particles.

In this embodiment, the scattering particles are integrated in the coupling-out structure. The integration of the scattering particles in the externally provided to the light guide coupling-out structure has the advantage that any glimmer can be avoided. In particular, the coupling-out structure is arranged in the direction of viewing of the user directly below the filter device. According to a further embodiment, the scattering particles are distributed in terms of their density and their orientation relative to the center axis of the filter device such that the filter device only in the limited Win kelbereich between -20 ° and + 20 °, preferably between -15 ° and +15 °, is transparent in the c-axis as well as in the z-axis in the restricted viewing mode.

According to a further embodiment, the filter device comprises a light guide with a specific pattern of scattering particles. According to a further embodiment, the filter device comprises a

Optical fiber and coupled to the light guide coupling-out structure with a specific pattern of scattering particles.

Due to the specific pattern of scattering particles and the controllability of the filter device by the at least one light source, a user guidance of the user when operating the ATM, for example in the case of cash take off, be provided by the filter device, since these Streuparti angle can be seen from all directions.

According to a further embodiment, the light source has a plurality of different LEDs for coupling light of different wavelengths into the light guide.

The different LEDs are in particular different colored LEDs. As a result, the user guidance can be optimized by the different colored LEDs and by the specific pattern.

According to a further embodiment, a control device for driving the light source is provided. In this case, the control device is equipped to operate the light source as a function of a sensor signal of a sensor arranged on the ATM, a user input at the input device.

To control device and / or stored in a memory of the ATM program.

The program stored in the memory of the ATM can, for example, map a predetermined user guidance of the user when operating the cash dispenser. The sensor may, for example, be a proximity sensor or a gesture recognition sensor, by means of which sensor signals the light source and thus the filter device are controlled by the control device. Depending on a user input of the user and / or a sequence of user inputs, the filter device can in particular be driven towards the user interface.

In accordance with a further embodiment, one of the number of filters is arranged in front of the input device as a privacy screen, in particular in a viewing direction of the user when using the input device. For example, the filter device designed as a visual screen can also be mounted on the side walls acting as a side view screen.

According to a further embodiment, the input device comprises a keyboard. Here is one of the Filtervor respects as a screen in front of or above

Keyboard arranged.

According to another embodiment, the keyboard is out as a PIN pad forms.

According to a further embodiment, the filter device designed as a visual screen in front of the inlet device forms a hood over the input device. The hood may also be referred to as a vault and in embodiments represent an optimized privacy screen for the input device.

According to a further embodiment, the input device has a capacitive touchscreen comprising a capacitive sensor, a screen and a backlight for the screen. In this case, a light guide with scattered scattering particles is arranged above the screen, wherein the capacitive sensor of the touch screen is arranged above the light guide, and where a protective glass of the ATM is arranged above the capacitive sensor.

According to a further embodiment, the input device comprises a capacitive touch screen comprising a capacitive sensor, a screen and a backlight for the screen, wherein over the screen image a coupling-out structure with scattered scattering particles and a light guide are arranged, wherein over the light guide, the capacitive sensor of the touch screen is arranged, and wherein over the capacitive sensor, a protective glass of the ATM is arranged. The above two embodiments are particularly advantageous in the limited viewing mode for masking spies outside the predetermined restricted angle range and for user guidance within the predetermined restricted angle range.

According to a further embodiment, a control device is provided, which is configured to switch on only the screen in a first mode, in a second mode to switch on only the light source for coupling light into the light guide and in a third mode both the screen and image to turn on the light source.

In the first mode, when only the screen is on, light of substantially equal intensity is radiated from the screen to all beam angles.

In the second mode, when only the light source and thus the privacy screen are on, no light is emitted out only in the restricted angle range, whereas at all other angles outside the restricted angle range, high intensity light is emitted by the filtering device. Outside this restricted angular range, an observing spy is blinded due to the emission of high intensity light.

In the third mode, when both the screen and the light source are turned on, the intensity of the light of the screen is perceived undisturbed by the user in the restricted angle range. Outside this limited angular range, the light intensity of the screen is superimposed by the light intensity of the light scattered by the light source on the filter device. Thus, outside of the restricted angle range, only the light of the privacy screen by the filter device for a third party, such as a spy, perceptible. According to a further embodiment, a plurality of Sichtschutzwän ¬ is laterally and / or behind the input device, wherein one of the number of filter devices is connected as a cover over the input device with at least one of the screen walls.

This embodiment with the lateral screens, for example, made of opaque plastic, and the filter device as a cover is back ¬ visual protection for the user when entering the PIN code particularly advantageous.

According to another embodiment which is designed as lid Filtervor ¬ direction via the input means is plate-shaped or hood-shaped forms ¬ out. According to a further embodiment, a Diskretionswange is arranged as a screen on each side of the control unit, wherein each of the discretion cheeks has one of the number of filter devices.

The discretion cheek can be activated by means of the light source as a privacy screen. In certain cases, the discretion cheek can also be disabled as a privacy screen. For example, if a bank adviser teaches a customer when using the ATM, the bank advisor may disable the privacy of the discretion bar. May be it is also different colored light ¬ medium, such as different colored LEDs be arranged cheeks on the sides of for discretion, so that different colors to display your messages or to indicate different status. For example, the status as to whether the ATM is currently idle, in operation (for example, via green flashing), in use (for example, over blue light), or just out of service (for example, via red light) may be displayed. According to another embodiment, one of the number of filters is designed as a flap of a module for depositing and / or paying out coins. According to a further embodiment, the ATM comprises a switching unit for switching on and off the light source for switching the Filtervor direction.

In accordance with a further embodiment, the switching unit comprises an approach sensor for detecting an approach of a hand of the user to the input device and / or a physical switch for the user for switching the light source on and off.

For example, as the user's hand approaches, the proximity sensor may trigger the switching unit to turn on the light source and thereby activate the filtering device. The ATM can additionally or alternatively also a physical switch or button aufwei sen, with which the user can turn on the light source and thus the filter device.

According to a further embodiment, the safe unit comprises a floor, a ceiling opposite the floor, a front side, a front side opposite the opposite ge and two opposite side walls. The front or the back is designed as a safe door. The ceiling of the safe unit has a single slot for transferring banknotes between the safe unit and the operating unit. The slot is arranged in the ceiling such that it intersects the symmetry plane of the safe unit. The ceiling can also be called the top of the safe unit. The front can also be called the front wall and the back can also be called the back wall. According to a further embodiment, the banknote module can be pulled out of the operating unit by means of a rail system.

The respective unit, for example the control unit, can be implemented in terms of hardware and / or software technology or as a combination of the two. In a hardware implementation, the respective unit can be designed as a device or as part of a device, for example as a computer or as a microprocessor. In a software implementation, the respective unit or a part of the unit can be designed as a computer program product, as a function, as a routine, as an independent process, as part of a program code and / or as an executable object. The above-mentioned respective units can also be implemented in several independent processor cores within a common integrated circuit or can be implemented therein.

According to another aspect, an ATM is proposed which has ei ne safe unit and a control unit. The operating unit comprises a banknote module for paying out banknotes from the safe unit and / or for depositing banknotes into the safe unit and at least one input device for input by a user. In addition, the includes

ATM, a number of switchable by means of at least one light source filter in mind with exactly two modes for a transparent view mode and a non-transparent view mode. In this case, a discretion cheek is arranged on each side of the operating unit as a privacy screen, wherein each of the discretion cheeks has one of the number of filter devices.

Further possible implementations of the invention also include combinations not explicitly cited of features or embodiments described above or below with regard to the exemplary embodiments. The skilled person will also add individual aspects as improvements or additions to the respective basic form of the invention. Further advantageous embodiments and aspects of the invention are subject matter of the dependent claims and the embodiment described below embodiments of the invention. In the following, the invention will be explained in more detail by means of preferred embodiments with reference to the enclosed figures.

Fig. 1 shows a schematic side view of a first embodiment of an ATM!

Fig. 2 shows a schematic view of a first embodiment of a

 Input device with a filter device of an ATM!

FIG. 3 shows a schematic view of the first embodiment of the input device according to FIG. 2 with the filter device in the restricted viewing mode.

Fig. 4 shows a schematic view of a second embodiment of a

 Input device with a filter device of an ATM!

Fig. 5 shows a schematic view of a third embodiment of a

 Input device with a filter device of an ATM! and

Fig. 6 shows a schematic side view of a second embodiment of an ATM.

In the figures, identical or functionally identical elements have been given the same reference numerals, unless stated otherwise.

In Fig. 1 is a schematic side view of a first embodiment of an ATM 1 is shown. The cash machine 1 has a safe unit 2 and a control unit 3. The Be dien- unit 3 comprises a banknote module 4 for paying out banknotes from the safe unit 2 and / or for depositing banknotes in the safe unit 2. In addition, the operating unit 3 comprises an input device 5 for inputs of a user. The input device 5 includes, for example, a keyboard.

Above the input device 5 of FIG. 1, a filter device 7 which can be switched by means of at least one light source 6 is arranged. The filter device 7 has two modes of operation for a transparent viewing mode and a limited viewing mode. In this case, the filter device 7 is transparent in the restricted view mode for the user only in a predetermined, restricted angle range a (see FIG. 3) relative to a normal to the filter device 7. The limited angular range a is in particular between -20 ° and + 20 °, preferably between -15 ° and + 15 °, to the normal to the filter device. 7

For example, the filter device 7 comprises a light guide with distributed scattering particles. Alternatively, the filter device 7 comprises a light guide and coupled to the light guide coupling-out structure with distributed Streupar particles. Details of this will be explained with reference to FIGS. 2 and 3.

2 shows a schematic view of a first embodiment of the input device 5 with a filter device 7, for example for the ATM 1 of FIG. 1. The input device 5 of FIG. 2 comprises a capacitive touch screen 13 comprising a capacitive sensor 14, an image screen 15 and a backlight 16 for the screen 15. Above the screen 15, a decoupling structure 9 with distributed scattering particles 10 and a light guide 8 are arranged. On the side walls of the light guide 8 are light sources 6, for example light-emitting diodes (LEDs) arranged. The scattering particles 10 in the coupling-out structure 9 may have a specific pattern. The In particular, the pattern is distributed with respect to the distribution of the scattering particles 10 and the orientation of the scattering particles 10 relative to the normal of the filter device 7 so that the filter device 7 only in the limited angular range a between -20 ° and + 20 °, preferably between -15 ° and + 15 °, both in the c-axis and in the z-axis is transparent, when the heavy-point axis of the filter device 7 is located on the y-axis and the modest th viewing mode is activated.

The capacitive sensor 14 of the touch screen 13 is arranged above the light guide 8, wherein a protective glass 17 of the ATM 1 is again attached above the capacitive sensor 14.

Furthermore, a control device may be provided (not shown). The control device is preferably configured to switch on only the screen 15 in a first mode, to turn on only the light source 6 for coupling light into the light guide 8 in a second mode and to turn on both the screen 15 and the light source 8 in a third mode ,

Furthermore, FIG. 3 shows a schematic view of the first embodiment of the input device 5 of FIG. 2 with the filter device 7 in the limited viewing mode.

In the example of Fig. 3, the center of gravity axis SA of the filter device 7 is on the y-axis. Thus, in the restricted viewing mode for the user, the filtering device 7 is transparent only in the predetermined restricted angle range α relative to the centroid axis SA of the filtering device 7, with the restricted angular range α in both the c-axis and the z-axis in the example of Fig. 3 is between -15 ° and + 15 °. Fig. 4 shows a schematic view of a second embodiment of an input device 5 with a filter device 7 for an ATM 1. Die Input device 5 of Fig. 4 has a keyboard 11, which beispielswei se is designed as a PIN pad.

Side of the keyboard 11 privacy screens 18 are provided. About the Tasta structure 11, a filter device 7 is arranged as a lid. The filter device 7 - and thus the lid - acts as a visual screen when entering the PIN code. The lid of the filter device 7 may be plate-shaped or hood-shaped.

5 shows a schematic view of a third embodiment of an input device 5 with a filter device 7 for an ATM 1. As in FIG. 4, the input device 5 of FIG. 5 also comprises a keyboard 11 which can be used, for example PIN pad is formed. In the example of FIG. 5, the filter device 7 is formed as a hood 12 above the keyboard 11.

FIG. 6 shows a schematic view of a second embodiment of an ATM 1. The ATM 1 of FIG. 6 is shown very schematically and shows that the discretion cheeks 19 of the ATM 1 are designed as a respective filter device 7. For reasons of clarity, only the light guide 8 and the disengaging structure 9 of the filter device 7 are shown in FIG. Of course, the filter device 7 may also comprise further features as described above.

The filtering device 7 of FIG. 6 may comprise two modes of operation for a transparent viewing mode and a restricted viewing mode.

Alternatively, the filtering device 7 of FIG. 6 may also include a transparent viewing mode and a non-transparent viewing mode. By means of the light source 6, the filter device 7 can then be switched between these two modes of operation-transparent viewing mode and non-transparent visual mode. Although the present invention has been described in terms of embodiments, it is variously modifiable. In particular, features of the Implementing ¬ approximately shapes on a Non- cash machines, such as a money transfer machine or a bank account statement printer applicable.

LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS

1 ATM

 2 safe units

3 control unit

 4 banknotes module

5 input device

6 light source

7 F ilter device

8 light guides

 9 decoupling structure

 10 scattering particles

11 keyboard

12 hood

13 touch screen

 14 capacitive sensor

15 screen

 16 Backlight 17 Protective glass

18 screen

19 Discretion cheek a Angle range

 SA axis of gravity x x-axis

y y axis

z z axis

Claims

1. ATM (l), with
 a safe unit (2),
 an operating unit (3) which has a banknote module (4) for paying out banknotes from the safe unit (2) and / or for depositing banknotes into the safe unit (2) and at least one input device ( 5) for input from a user, and
 a number of switchable by means of at least one light source (6) filter devices (7) with at least two modes for a transparent viewing mode and a limited viewing mode, wherein the filter device (7) in the restricted viewing mode for the user in one vorbe vorbe, restricted Angular range (a) relative to a normal to the filter device (7) is transparent.
2. ATM according to claim 1,
characterized,
the filter device (7) in the restricted viewing mode for the user is transparent only in the predetermined limited angular range (a) relative to a center axis (SA) of the filter device (7) lying on the y-axis, the limited one Angular range (a) in both the x-axis and in the z-axis between -20 ° and + 20 °, preferably between -15 ° and + 15 °.
3. ATM according to claim 1 or 2,
characterized,
in that the filter device (7) has a light guide with distributed scattering particles or an optical waveguide (8) and a decoupling structure (9) coupled to the waveguide (8) with scattered scattering particles (10).
4. ATM according to claim 3,
characterized, in that the scattering particles (10) are distributed relative to the center of gravity axis of the filter device (7) in terms of their density and orientation such that the filter device (7) is preferred only in the restricted angular range (a) between -20 ° and + 20 ° between -15 ° and + 15 °, is transparent in both the c-axis and the z-axis.
5. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 4,
characterized,
in that the filter device (7) has a light guide with a specific pattern of scattering particles or a light guide (8) and a coupling device (9) coupled to the light guide (8) with a specific pattern of scattering elements (10).
6. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 5,
characterized,
in that the light source (6) has a plurality of different LEDs for coupling light of different wavelengths into the light guide (8).
7. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 6,
characterized,
in that a control device is provided for activating the light source (6), wherein the control device is adapted to control the light source (6) as a function of a sensor signal of a sensor (1) located at the ATM (1), a user input to the input device (5) ) and / or a stored in a memory of the ATM (l) program.
8. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 7,
characterized,
in that one of the number of filter devices (7) is arranged as a screen in front of the input device (5), in particular in a viewing direction of the user when using the input device (5).
9. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 8,
characterized,
that the input device (5) has a keyboard (ll), wherein one of the Fil tervorrichtungen (7) is arranged as a screen in front of or above the keyboard (ll).
10. ATM according to claim 9,
characterized,
the keyboard (II) is designed as a PIN pad.
11. ATM according to one of claims 8 to 10,
characterized,
in that the filter device (7) designed as a screen in front of the input device (5) forms a hood (12) over the input device (5).
12. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 8,
characterized,
in that the input device (5) has a capacitive touchscreen (13) comprising a capacitive sensor (14), a screen (15) and a background illumination (16) for the screen (15),
wherein a decoupling structure (9) with distributed scattering particles (10) and a light guide (8) are arranged above the screen (15),
wherein over the light guide (8) of the capacitive sensor (14) of the touch screen (13) is arranged, and
wherein over the capacitive sensor (14) a protective glass (17) of the ATM (l) is arranged.
13. ATM according to claim 12,
marked by
a control device, which is set up to switch on only the screen (15) in a first mode, in a second mode to switch on only the light source (6) for coupling light into the light guide (8) and in one third mode, both the screen (15) and the light source (8) to turn it on.
14. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 13,
characterized,
in that a plurality of screening walls (18) are arranged laterally and / or behind the insertion device (5), wherein one of the number of filter devices (7) covers the input device (5) with at least one of the screening walls (18) is connected.
15. ATM according to claim 14,
characterized,
in that the filter device (7) designed as a lid is plate-shaped or hood-shaped above the input device (5).
16. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 15,
characterized,
a discretion cheek (19) is arranged on each side of the operating unit (3) as a privacy screen, each of the discretion cheeks (19) having one of the number of filter devices (7).
17. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 16,
characterized,
in that one of the number of filter devices (7) is designed as a flap of a module for depositing and / or paying out coins.
18. ATM according to one of claims 1 to 17,
marked by
a switching unit for switching on and off the light source (6) for switching the filter device (7).
19. ATM according to claim 18,
characterized,
the switching unit switching a proximity sensor for detecting a Annähe ¬ tion of a hand of the user to the input device (5) and / or a physical switch for the user to turn on and off includes the light source ¬ (6).
20. ATM (l), with
 a safe unit (2),
 an operating unit (3) which has a banknote module (4) for paying out banknotes from the safe unit (2) and / or for depositing banknotes into the safe unit (2) and at least one input device ( 5) for input from a user, and
a number of filter devices (7) switchable by means of at least one light source (6) with exactly two operating modes for a transparent viewing mode and a non-transparent viewing mode,
 wherein on each side of the control unit (3) a Diskretionswange (19) is arranged as a visual screen, wherein each of the discretion cheeks (19) one of the number of filter devices (7).
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