ATMs (Automated Teller Machines)

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ATMs (Automated Teller Machines)

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Overview

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.

Design requirements:

    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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Technical articles Ditch the NTC thermistor: use an analog temp sensor instead 31 May 2013
White paper Bringing deep learning to embedded systems (Rev. A) 28 Feb 2019
White paper Bringing Wireless Scalability to Intelligent Sensing Applications (Rev. B) 25 Aug 2016
Technical articles How to spin your stepper motor more efficiently – Part 2 22 May 2015
Technical articles Don’t miss out: New product demos featured at SPS IPC Drives 2015 18 Dec 2015
User guide Powering the AM335x, AM437x, and AM438x with TPS65218D0 (Rev. B) 11 May 2020
User guide TPS65910Ax User's Guide for AM335x Processors (Rev. F) 11 Dec 2017
White paper Enabling modern retail and logistics automation 09 Jun 2021
Application note Powering the NXP i.MX 7 Processor with the TPS6521815 PMIC (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 07 May 2022
Technical articles A user interface that says "hello" 05 Nov 2014

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