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Title:
AUTOMATIC COIN COUNTER DEVICE
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2009/055885
Kind Code:
A2
Abstract:
Automatic coin counter device contains a coin safe (2) with a counting device (3), allowing the user to count the entry and exit of deposited values (1) on the coin safe (2), a counting device (3), an entry hole for coins (4), a canal (5) with a value reader (6) that recognises the coin (7) and value, transmitting the information to the chip (8) that has a program that adds and substracts values deposited (9), displaying on the visor (10) the complete amount deposited (n). Furthermore an exit hole (11) fires the sensor (12) that reads the value, substrating from the total amount through the program of the chip (8).

Inventors:
ANDERSON, Romano (Rua Doutor Homem de Melo, 1109, -002 São Paulo - SP, CEP-05007, BR)
SALMEIRÃO, Venâncio Paulo Renato (Rua Doutor Homem de Melo, 1109, -002 São Paulo - SP, CEP-05007, BR)
Application Number:
BR2008/000293
Publication Date:
May 07, 2009
Filing Date:
September 23, 2008
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Assignee:
ANDERSON, Romano (Rua Doutor Homem de Melo, 1109, -002 São Paulo - SP, CEP-05007, BR)
SALMEIRÃO, Venâncio Paulo Renato (Rua Doutor Homem de Melo, 1109, -002 São Paulo - SP, CEP-05007, BR)
International Classes:
G07D1/04; G07D3/14; G07D3/16; G07D9/00; G07F5/24; G07G1/00
Domestic Patent References:
WO2005119604A1
Foreign References:
DE19517303A1
US5813510A
JPH08180247A
US5781444A
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Claims:
CLAIMS 1st) "AUTOMATIC COIN COUNTER DEVICE AND SIMILARS" is characterized by having a coin safe with a counting device, allowing the user to count the entry and exit of deposited values (1) on the coin safe (2), a counting device (3), an entry hole for coins (4), a canal (5) with a value reader (6) that recognizes the coin (7) and value, transmitting the information to the chip (8) that has a program that adds and subtracts values deposited (9), displaying on the visor (10) the complete amount deposited (n). An exit hole (11) fires the sensor (12) that reads the value, subtracting from the total through the programming of the chip. 2nd) "AUTOMATIC COIN COUNTER DEVICE AND SIMILARS", according to claim 1, is characterized by having, internally, a converging canal and a descendant canal (5) for the coins (7) to be stored in a lower plane base (13), allowing to retrieve them through the lower door (14); the set is fed by batteries (15) stored on the lower face (16).

Description:

Title: "AUTOMATIC COIN COUNTER DEVICE AND SIMILARS" DISCLOSURE OF THE PATENT Refers the present model to a new and functional coin safe provided with a counter device, allowing the user to count the entry and exit of deposited values on the coin safe. Through a chip connected to the device that displays in an external visor the total amount of the value deposited. The present object is destined to allow the users that store coins to know the exact amount they have deposited on the coin safe without the need of opening and counting the coins. It is common that people save and store change, especially coins, for exchanging them later for bills or other uses. There are some that rather saving coins of a determined valor; others, that save coins of other countries and so on. Mainly, saving coins is common in any country. Though, there is a nuisance in this hobby or practice, which is counting the coins or gathering some for an exchange since, generally, there are coins of different values deposited and the user must first arrange them by value and then count. With this in mind, the present object was developed. An efficient, practical and secure way for the user that has the hobby or practice of saving coins where one will always know the exact amount of the value stored inside the coin safe. With an counter device stored inside the coin safe, the user inserts the coin through the entry hole that descends through a canal that reads the value and recognizes the coin and value, transmitting the information to the chip that is programmed to add the value to the total value deposited in the safe, indicating on the visor the complete amount. The visor ma be activated at any time by the user to verify the value deposited. The chip will have a software that adds and subtracts, since the reader may be activated when the user wishes to retrieve coins, leading to a reverse process when the coin goes through the exit hole and activates the sensor that

will read the value and subtract it from the total amount through the chip programming. Therefore, it was developed an object that allies swift retrieval of information and low-cost safety, with great industrial workability. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS For a better preview and understanding of the "AUTOMATIC COIN COUNTER DEVICE AND SIMILARS", present object, follows a series of illustrative drawings, where: Fig. 1 - shows a frontal view of the object; Fig. 2 - shows a transparent view of the object; Fig. 3 - shows a view of the inner face of the object; Fig. 4 - shows a view of the inner face of the object with the compartments open. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PATENT According to the illustrations and its details, the "AUTOMATIC COIN COUNTER DEVICE AND SIMILARS", present object, is characterized by having a coin safe with a counting device, allowing the user to count the entry and exit of deposited values (1) on the coin safe (2), a counting device (3), an entry hole for coins (4), a canal (5) with a value reader (6) that recognizes the coin (7) and value, transmitting the information to the chip (8) that has a program that adds and subtracts values deposited (9), displaying on the visor (10) the complete amount deposited (n). An exit hole (11) fires the sensor (12) that reads the value, subtracting from the total through the programming of the chip. Internally, the coin safe (2) has a converging canal and a descendant canal (5) for the coins (7) to be stored in a lower plane base (13), allowing to retrieve them through the lower door (14); the set is fed by batteries (15) stored on the lower face (16). For the advantages it offers and by possessing truly innovative features, the "AUTOMATIC COIN COUNTER DEVICE AND SIMILARS" gathers all necessary conditions for earning the Utility Model Patent.