The 8" monitor screen is an LCD type. It is bright, crisp, and viewable when the sun might be a problem. It is ready for custom advertisements. The Genmega G1900 has eight available advertising screens, these can be used to promote anything you want. It has a thermal printer, so there is no ink or ribbon, and paper is not a problem. We will send you a few rolls that should last a while. The G1900 has a reliable dual-head swipe card reader (upgrade to DIP and EMV). Meaning the customer swipes the card to initiate the transaction. A DIP reader is where the customer inserts his/her/their card fully into a slot, then removes the card. The G1900 Series cash vault has been reinforced along the door edge, and a flashing security LED light added to help prevent physical attacks. Flexible dispensing options are offered by Genmega, including drawer, cassette, and multi-cassette devices. The Genmega G1900 series supports several other popular dispenser models including the De La Rue SDD© and the Puloon LCDM1000©. These excellent cash dispensers are available as an option to upgrade the G1900. These cash dispensers are found in many high end machines. The cash dispensing unit (CDU) is the most expensive part of an ATM to replace. They are very reliable these days, but a CDU has moving parts. And anything with moving parts will eventually show their age. That said, we do have machines over 10 years old out there that are still dispensing cash!
The Genmega G1900 ATM is a good entry level ATM to start out with. If your budget limits the purchase of an ATM to the price of a G1900, then you are going to get a lot for your money. For instance the G1900 comes with an 8 inch LCD screen.
Pictured above, this G1900 is shown with the top slightly ajar to show how it slides open for service. You would open the top to replace receipt paper too. The vault is in the lower cabinet behind two locks. One is a key, the next is a spin combination lock.
This close up photo of a G1900 that ATMmachine.com sold shows the monitor and directional buttons for making menu selections.
This photo of a Genmega G1900 ATM shows the swipe type card reader seen at the top right corner. ATM manufacturers can either use a swipe type card reader like this one or a DIP style where the card is inserted instead of swiped.