SKU: D63 Compact UV and Watermark Detector D63
- Compact and Portable Design
- Powerful Ultraviolet light detector (UV)
- Large Watermark Detection Screen (WM)
- Preferred file format is vector images created in Adobe Illustrator. Please convert all text to outlines. These are file names ending in .ai or .eps
- We will accept files ending in .tif, .jpg or .psd ONLY if these are high-resolution files
- Low resolution files are not accepted (i.e. website images, email signatures or low resolution .pdfs are not useable as art files)
- As a guide, high-resolution is 300 dpi (dots per inch)
THREE YEAR WARRANTY
Protect your money with this dual compact counterfeit detection system. Check for counterfeit banknotes while simultaneously using ultraviolet and watermark detection systems. This portable counterfeit detector is equipped with two 9-Watt UV lights specifically designed to protect the user from direct eye exposure to the UV rays. Clearly visualize the fluorescence of the security thread in U.S. notes or fibers and other features present in other currencies, credit cards, special documents, etc. Compare the bill’s security features alongside our easy-to-read security features guide conveniently placed right on the machine itself. The enhanced watermark screen allows for easy verification of hidden illustrations. The compact and small design of the detector saves space on your desk or counte
Great for banks, bars, nightclubs, restaurants, movie theaters and anywhere where fast and low lit cash transactions take place.
Options: UV and Watermark
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Size: 7W x 4.25D x 4.75H
Artwork Specs, Product .pdf's and Docs
High Image Resolution - High Contrast Black & White ImageAll photos and logo artwork should be at least 300 dpi to ensure that they print clearly. Anything lower than this may result in blurry, bit-mapped or pixelated quality. Many times artwork will look good on your screen but images used from the web are only 72 dpi, they are not appropriate for commercial quality printing.
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