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OryOne U.M.S. UN1

Sturdy and reliable note validator with magnetic sensor for double validation of banknotes. Available with 300 or 600 bills stacker.

The OryOne U.M.S. UN1 note validator has been developed to grant an excellent selectivity, a remarkable speed validation, high security levels, a simple use and easy maintenance.

Equipped with a stacker to stack up to 600 banknotes, OryOne U.M.S. UN1 provides a very high acceptance rate, together with a remarkable security level against fraud attempts.

High reliability thanks to the double validation through an IR spectrograph system and chromatic sensors, and to the sensor for the detection of magnetic ink, ensuring a high rate of acceptance of valid banknotes and providing at the same time an important level of security against forgeries. It can communicate through different protocol interfaces so as to be mounted on several kind of machines. 

Installed on any type of cabinet, this note validator efficiently signals its presence through the multicolor effects of the front panel's L.E.D. backlighting. Its solid structure and the quality materials used grant high resistance and a long lifetime.

  • Protocol interface: ccTalk, Pulse, MDB or SAS, programmable by dip-switch set up
  • Removable stacker to stock up to 300 or 600 pieces
  • Efficient ant-fishing device to prevent fraud attempts
  • Acceptance rate > 95% (acceptance tolerance can be changed by setting the dip-switch row)
  • The bill is driven by silicone rollers, so as to provide high security against break-ins
  • Validation speed: 2 seconds, in any of the 4 insertion directions 
  • Compatible banknotes: up to 83 mm width
  • It can be programmed in several values
  • Validation by IR spectroscopies and chromatic sensors to combine VHR transparency-based scanning techniques to reflection-based detection systems and sensor for the detection of magnetic ink
  • One-touch automatic buttons provide prompt release from bracket or comfortable access to internal parts
  • Easily updating thanks to the Programming Kit/USB
  • Front-plates
  • Interface for note validator 
  • 6 OUT Adapter board [AL031D]
  • Calibration card
  • Universal Programming Kit [K-P1C-000009]
  • USB Kit [K-P2C-000003]
  • 300 pieces stacker
  • 600 pieces stacker


300 pieces stacker version

Quote OryOne UN1 300


600 pieces stacker version

Quote OryOne UN1 600


Size (l x h x p/d) and Weight

with 300 pieces stacker 120 x 231,7 x 198 mm / 1,434 Kg

with 600 pieces stacker 120 x 231,7 x 238 mm / 1,507 Kg

Power supply +24V (+/- 5%)
Current draw 250 mA (stand-by) - 500 mA (oper., max 1,2 Amp)
Banknote size 62 - 83 mm (width) x 120 -160 (length)
Operating temperature 0°C - 50 °C  (without condensation)
Validation speed approx. 2 sec (any of 4 directions)
Stacker capacity 300 or 600 banknotes
Interface ccTalk / Pulse / MDB / SAS
Acceptance rate > 95%
Scan technology Magnetic sensor, VHR transparency and reflection (IR and colour sensors)

OryOne U.M.S. UN1 note validator is available with 300 or 600 banknote stacker:

with 300 banknote stacker LM-MU12
with 600 banknote stacker LB-MU13


  • Manual-ENG-OryOne-UN1-ARM 3
  • Documento PDF (2.14MB)
  • Manual-ENG-OryOne-UN1-ARM-2-quick-guide
  • Documento PDF (1.04MB)
  • Software - Upgrader BillyOne/OryOne
  • Documento ZIP (816.39kB)
  • v2.5 [28/07/2020]
  • Firmware - BillyOne/OryOne
  • Documento ALB (1.48MB)
  • [10/11/2020]
  • Instructions-ENG-BillyOne-OryOne update
  • Documento PDF (1.08MB)
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40024 Castel San Pietro Terme (BO)
Tel. +39 051 944300 / Fax +39 051 944594

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