ATMs (Automated Teller Machines)

ATMs (automated teller machines) integrated circuits and reference designs


Our integrated circuits and reference designs will help you jumpstart your automated teller machine (ATM) project through sensors able to detect the inherent characteristics of banknotes, an efficient power management design and precise motor control.

    Modern ATM designs usually require:

  • Ultraviolet, infrared and magnetic sensing detection techniques to verify the inherent characteristics of banknotes.
  • Motor drivers to control the bill roller, cash transport belt and note aggregation.
  • PMICs to provide the ATMs with a solution to generate and regulate core, memory and IO power.
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Application notes & user guides

Application Notes (1)

Title Type Size (KB) Date
PDF 48 KB 09 Dec 2019

User Guides (2)

Title Type Size (KB) Date
pdf 238 KB 27 Feb 2020
pdf 142 KB 08 Dec 2017

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White Papers (3)

Title Type Size (MB) Date
PDF 3.74 MB 02 Jul 2019
PDF 1.32 MB 26 Feb 2019
PDF 775 KB 25 Aug 2016

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