System and method for receiving deposits in cash-dispensing automatic teller machine

FIELD: automatic teller machines.

SUBSTANCE: in accordance to the invention, automatic teller machine contains mechanism for receiving objects being deposited. Objects being deposited may be inserted into teller machine in envelopes, which are firstly dispensed to the user from the envelope storage area in teller machine by a transportation device and then dispensed to the user through an aperture. The device for storage and dispensing of envelopes only gives one envelope to a user. Then the user may place deposited objects into dispensed envelope. Deposited objects pass through an aperture and are positioned in container for deposits. Deposited objects may be marked by markings, corresponding to transaction or properties of deposited objects, when an envelope is originally given to the user for placement of deposited object inside it.

EFFECT: creation of automatic teller machine, providing recording of information about properties of objects being deposited, including measurement and recording of thickness thereof.

10 cl, 70 dwg

 

The technical field

The invention relates to ATMs. In particular, one example of the present invention relates to systems and corresponding methods for receiving objects deposited in the ATM machine that dispenses cash, and also to provide users of ATM objects such as an empty Deposit envelope, which can be useful for carrying out the transaction.

The level of technology

ATMs are known in the prior art. The usual type of ATM is an ATM / cash machine, perform banking transactions (ATM). ATM is used to perform banking transactions on the principles of self-service. ATM can give cash to the users with their accounts. Some ATM can accept deposits. Other ATM can perform functions such as issuing coupons, printing tickets, issuing receipts on the adoption of Deposit, check cashing, printing payment orders and other types of transactions. For purposes of this description, any machine that performs a transaction involving the transfer of values, is considered to be a cash machine.

For ATMs that accept deposits, often requires that users enter the Deposit in the machine, in which the object is processed and/or stored for subsequent removal by authorized persons. Sometimes the Deposit may be what Everton or other container, containing the contents of the Deposit. This content may include such securities and instruments as cash, checks, money orders, gift cards, coupons, coins, or other types of documents. If the deposited objects are placed so that the user sometimes must be entered using the input device in the ATM data indicating the value of this object. This is usually the total cost of cash, cheques or other content in the deposited object. ATM can remember information about a specified value and/or can print information about the cost deposited on the object together with the transaction number, account number or other information that will allow us to trace the Deposit back to the user and/or transaction.

In order to ensure the stated amount of the Deposit, the owner (operator) of the ATM often should then pick up the deposited objects from the storage area in the ATM. The operator opens the deposited objects and determines whether the content and the actual cost of the Deposit corresponding to the specified value. In most cases, the actual cost of the Deposit corresponds to the specified value, and then the user is credited accordingly. In other cases, detects a discrepancy between the actual price is Yu and specified value. In such cases, the user may be notified of the amount of the loan, which he will receive for the Deposit, instead of the indicated values are presented for cash.

Sometimes, when the deposited objects taken from the ATM, they can be damaged. This damage can be in the form of broken or otherwise open the envelope. In some cases, the object or its broken form may not have any content. In some cases, the content may be scattered in the storage area of the ATM. In other cases, the content may not be detected at all.

The deposited objects sometimes take from the ATM in the container containing deposits, the execution of which provides an indication of unauthorized attempts to open, and transported to a remote location for verification. In other situations, the deposited objects can be placed in a package or other container in place of this ATM. These objects can be taken in a remote location to verify the contents of the deposited objects.

In some circumstances in a remote location contents are damaged or open the deposited object may not be detected. This can happen if the user intentionally put blank or invalid envelope into the ATM. An alternative may be a question, n is taken as to whether the content of the Deposit of cash persons, responsible for the withdrawal of deposits from it. Finally, the question may arise about the loss or misappropriation of the deposited object persons responsible for verifying the amount of the Deposit. In some circumstances, because the responsibility for the lack of content cannot be set, the operator of the ATM may credit the user to the specified value of the Deposit, even if the content of the Deposit will never be found. In some circumstances, the user could commit fraud, intentionally trying to make as Deposit damaged deposited object.

The deposited objects can get damaged because of several factors. Due to the fact that the Deposit will be different deposited objects, such as envelopes containing folded banknotes or sheets or coins, these objects can have an irregular shape. The envelopes of these objects may tear due to its uneven contour. The gap of these are irregular in shape envelopes may also make doubts regarding the contents of the Deposit envelopes.

Another possible issue in relation to deposits is that the user of the ATM, wishing to make a Deposit, you may not have the envelope. Although stocks of envelopes can be provided, but these open resources may be damaged and/or can the law is Itsa. These open stock envelopes can cause contamination of unused envelopes region near an ATM, marring the appearance of the place where he is.

There may be other issues associated with the inability to label the corresponding marking on the Deposit envelope. Although for marking these envelopes are used by different printers, they often malfunction, resulting in illegible print information on the envelopes.

Also often there are difficulties in the issuance of Deposit envelopes. Sometimes they are motivated by a desire to give envelopes with peelable or spread adhesive strip to hold the flaps of the envelope in the docked state. This peelable or other adhesive strips can eliminate the need for the user licked the envelope or otherwise provided moisture for its sealing. The use of such envelopes may be desirable to ensure sanitary conditions at a higher level. But the presence of these adhesives can create difficulties during transportation and delivery of empty envelopes users ATM.

The deposited objects often have a significant cost. For this reason, criminals may try to use fraudulent means to obtain the deposited amount is mswb. For example, they may try to place in the receiving hole of the subject to capture the deposited objects that they could withdraw. Alternatively, criminals may try to use some device to pull the deposited objects already placed in the storage area at the ATM.

Deposits in the ATM fraught with other difficulties. Some depositories can be difficult repaired or difficult to replace. In addition, containers for placing the deposited objects can be subjected to improper treatment or illegal autopsy.

Other features available today depositories and systems ATMs can benefit from their improvements.

The invention

The task presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide a cash machine.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide an ATM, which records information about the properties of the deposited objects.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide an ATM, which measures and records the thickness of the deposited object.

Another challenge presented implementation of this izobreteny who is in the provision of ATM which records information about the properties of the deposited objects for subsequent comparison and validation.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide a way of checking deposits at the ATM.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide a method for recording the properties of the objects deposited in the machine.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide a method for determining the thickness of the object deposited in the machine.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide a method for determining liability for lost content objects deposited in the machine.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide storage that is used in conjunction with ATM.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide storage, which provides the user with the envelope, when he wishes to make a Deposit.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention Zack is udaetsya in providing storage for cash, which reliable way to manipulate the envelopes, paths which are uneven.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide storage for cash, providing an increased level of security.

Another challenge presents a variant implementation of the present invention is to provide storage for use in conjunction with ATM, which provides greater reliability of printing labels on the deposited envelopes or other objects.

Other tasks of options presented implementations of the present invention follow from the following the best embodiments of the invention and from the accompanying claims.

Some of the enumerated above objectives of the invention are realized in the present embodiment, the ATM that accepts such deposited objects, such as envelopes. According to an exemplary variant implementation, the user enters the information by using one or more input devices of the ATM user identification and/or account(s). Data entered mentioned devices of the ATM may also contain a specified value of the deposited object.

According to a rough version done by the means of the invention the Deposit is accepted by the ATM, and is determined by its thickness and/or other properties in one or more places on the deposited object. Information about the thickness and/or other properties are recorded. In some embodiments, the implementation of the information about the thickness, or other specific parameters can be written, printed or other means directly deposited on the object. Alternatively, in some embodiments, the implementation of the information recorded on the deposited object, can be correlated with the thickness and/or other information recorded in the storage device by the computer.

According to an exemplary variant of the implementation of the deposited object is stored with other deposited objects in the storage area at the ATM. Then the Deposit is removed from the ATM by an authorized person opens or validated otherwise. Data on the thickness and/or other parameters of each of the deposited object can be tested to determine its contents at the time of Deposit. For example, information about the thickness recorded for open or damaged at the time of inspection of the envelope will indicate whether contained in this envelope materials during deposition. This can be done, for example, by comparing the measured thickness of the damaged envelope with information about the recorded thickness. Similarly, information about the thickness of the other parameters, recorded relative to the envelope, which is not damaged, but is open at the time of the inspection, indicate whether contained envelope any objects during escrow. Similarly, envelopes, damaged or open at the time of inspection, can be checked by comparison with stored data to determine whether objects will be removed after the Deposit in the machine. Depending on the specific system or type of the deposited objects scan methods can be different.

According to another presents variants of the invention presents a depositing mechanism, which has a store deposited envelopes or other suitable deposited containers inside the ATM. When the user wishes to make a Deposit, ATM / cash machine separates one deposited the envelope stock and sends it to the user. After this, the user can attach objects to the deposition in an envelope and put it in the machine through the same hole from which it was issued envelope.

According to an exemplary variant of the invention provides a transporting device that transports the empty envelopes and also transports filled with normal or irregular in shape envelopes containing the deposited material to the storage location. Also presents some options realized what I presents remedies to minimize the risk of unauthorized access by criminals deposited objects through the conveying device. Some presents variants of the implementation of measures to ensure more reliable printing markings on the deposited envelopes due to the fact that excess paint or other material is removed from the deposited objects and/or by ensuring proper maintenance of the device, which prints the label on the deposited envelopes.

It should be clear that the devices, systems and methods described here are provided as an example that the present principles may be applied to other systems and/or that can be used additional characteristics and functions.

Brief description of drawings

Figure 1 - schematic view of an ATM in operative connection with the network ATM transaction.

Figure 2 - schematic view of the transporting device for the deposited objects, and components for the measurement of the properties of the deposited objects and for recording marks on an object.

Figure 3 is cited as an example of an implementation option of the deposited object on which the markings corresponding to the thickness and specific transaction.

4 is a graph representing the ratio of the thickness of the deposited object to rasstoyaniyami time during the passage of the object past the sensor, an approximate version of the implementation.

5 is a schematic top view representing the detected means a sample of the deposited object containing the documents, such as checks.

6 is a schematic view of the deposited object printed with machine-readable markings that characterize the properties of this object; and a reading unit that reads the machine-readable marking and obtains information about the properties of the deposited object from the storage device.

7 is an isometric view a sample of the deposited object that has the damage, and which has recorded thereon the information about the thickness, which suggests that this object was empty when its introduction in the machine.

Fig - schematic side view of an alternative depositing mechanism that blank envelopes for Deposit to the user of the ATM.

Figure 9 is an isometric view of the node issuing envelopes in the depositing mechanism, shown on Fig.

Figure 10 is an alternative isometric view of the mechanism of delivery of the envelopes.

11 is a right side view of the mechanism of delivery of the envelopes.

Fig - view from the end of the mechanism of delivery of the envelopes.

Fig - right side view of the mechanism of delivery of the envelopes in position for the issuance of the envelopes.

Fig - view from the end of the dispense mechanism of the envelope, the position of the issuance of the envelopes.

Fig - right side view of the mechanism of delivery of envelopes, which acts to minimize the risk that the extra envelopes will be out of stock together with the first selected envelope.

Fig is a schematic view of the Foundation node used in conjunction with an exemplary mechanism of delivery of the envelopes.

Fig - isometric view, optionally showing node bases and supply of envelopes and levers actuator maintenance printhead used in an exemplary embodiment, the mechanism of delivery of the envelopes.

Fig is a schematic view of a curved portion of the conveying device of the envelopes used in the exemplary embodiment, the depositing mechanism.

Fig is a schematic view of part of the conveying device of the envelopes shown on Fig, with the envelope in it, and a schematic representation of the forces acting on the envelope.

Fig is a top view of the conveying device shown in Fig along the conveyor belt with rollers used in conjunction with it.

Fig is an isometric view of the components near the outer end of the transporting device to which Vertov, including tape and rollers near him.

Fig - right side view of the outer part of the conveying device, including the valve in the open position, allowing the issuance of objects from the conveying device or placing them on it.

Fig - schematic view of the movement of the rollers near the outer end of the transporting device, which may occur when receiving a deposited object is of the correct form.

Fig is a top view of the outer end of the transporting device with the flap in the open position.

Fig - schematic view of the outer end of the transporting device, showing the reception of the envelope with the wrong form, containing coins.

Fig view of the outer end of the transporting device; receiving the envelope of irregular shape with a Deposit, which contains leaves, and showing the displacement of the shaft of the roller corresponding to this technique, similarly Fig.

Fig is an isometric view of the roller and the supporting shaft, which can be used to approximate option depositing the envelope system.

Fig is a cross section of the rollers shown on Fig.

Fig - schematic view of the installation shown on Fig rollers on the shaft.

Fig is an isometric view of an alternative roller mounted similarly to the rollers on Fig-30.

Fig is an isometric view of the alternatives is the second design of the output end of the system for transporting envelopes, including elements that receive objects with the wrong path for transporting the device.

Fig - side view of the structures shown on Fig.

Fig - alternative construction the outer end of the transporting device containing transversely spaced guides for envelopes, facilitating the move to the outside of the envelope, which may not be aligned on a transporting device.

Fig is another isometric view of the outer end of the conveying device shown in Fig, including guides for envelopes.

Fig - view from the end showing the action mentioned guides with unevenly placed the envelopes.

Fig - schematic top view of the outer end of the transporting device with envelope, which is unevenly placed toward him.

Fig is a top view of the conveying device with the guides, showing roughly a sleeve that is moved further in transporting the device.

Fig is a top view of the outer end of the transporting device with unevenly located in its envelope; here the transporting device does not have the guides shown on Fig.

Fig is a top view of the conveying device of the envelopes shown on Fig, with envelope, moved later in transportation is chirouse device.

Fig - view from the end of the conveying device shown in Fig, showing a condition that may occur when the rejection unevenly positioned envelope, or when issuing unevenly positioned envelope, if you do not use the guides shown on Fig.

Fig is an isometric view of the construction of the supporting base to the outer end of the transporting device.

Fig - isometric bottom view showing the components node of the base used in the outer end of the transporting device.

Fig - side view showing the assembled elements of the basis of the outer end of the transporting device.

Fig is an isometric view showing the outer end of the conveying device containing placed above the frame and the movable parts of the valve.

Fig is an isometric view schematically showing components associated with the movement of the valve, which selectively blocks access to the transporting device.

Fig - side view of the valve transporting device in the fully open position.

Fig - side view, similar Fig, showing the valve in a partially open position.

Fig - side view, similar Fig, showing the valve transporting device in the open position.

Phi is .50 - similar to Fig, with the valve in fully closed position, in which it interacts with adjacent structures to minimize the risk of unauthorized access to the transporting device.

Fig - side view showing an exemplary implementation of the part of the transporting devices that contain inkjet printer, and also collects the paint device or tank for removing excess ink from the printing device.

Fig is an isometric view showing the collecting paint device according Fig; access door to him is shown in the open position.

Fig - isometric view, similar Fig, but collecting paint the device is shown with the access door thereto in the closed position; shown schematically her removable swivel installation.

Fig - side view of the mechanism for maintenance of nozzles of an inkjet print cartridge approximate variant implementation through wiping.

Fig - side view showing the ink cartridge approximate variant implementation, together with a movable wiping element with washing part for such wiping action.

Fig is an isometric view schematically showing the wiping element on the printhead.

Fig is another isometric view showing the wiping element and the print head./p>

Fig - exploded view of the removable containing the deposited objects container, and mechanism for rolling doors, used in the exemplary embodiment.

Fig an enlarged isometric view of the upper part of the container and the corresponding mechanism of the movable door.

Fig - isometric section view showing the construction of the mechanism for rolling doors, used in the exemplary embodiment.

Fig is an isometric view containing the deposited objects container, and mechanism for rolling doors approximate variant of implementation, including the elements that enable the replacement of rolling doors.

Fig - isometric top view showing the locking mechanism used to lock the movable door containing the deposited objects container according to an exemplary version of the implementation.

Fig is an isometric side view showing an installation containing the deposited objects of the container and showing the lock used in exemplary embodiments of the exercise, to prevent access to the depositing mechanism when the container is in the working position.

Fig is another isometric view showing an exemplary locking mechanism with containing the deposited objects container in the operating position.

Fig - the one school isometric view, showing a locking mechanism for moving the depositing mechanism when the container is moved from the working position.

Fig - right side view, similar Fig indicating that the container is removed, and the lock, allowing the movement of the receiving deposited objects.

Fig is a top view, similar pig, but with an exemplary locking mechanism in position, allowing the door is opened containing the deposited container objects.

Fig - right side view showing an exemplary sensors that provide an increased level of security against unauthorized opening of the depositing mechanism and unauthorized access.

Fig is an isometric exploded view showing the interaction between exemplary outer end of the depositing mechanism with remote front part mounted for movement relative to the front of the ATM.

Fig - isometric front view showing the frame of the outer end of the depositing mechanism that interacts with a movable front part of the ATM.

Preferred embodiments of the inventions

On the drawings and in particular figure 1 schematically shows a first variant implementation of the ATM, indicated in General position 10. The first rough version of the exercise machine is the ban is amatom, who carries out such banking operations as cash and pick up objects. It should be noted that the principles of the present invention can be applied to other types of ATM, perform other or additional functions.

The ATM 10 includes a housing 12. The housing 12 in the embodiment includes the storage portion 14 and upper portion 16 (upper case). And the storage portion, and the upper body, which may herein be called a wardrobe available to authorized persons through the appropriate access doors that are managed with the help of locking mechanisms. Schematically it is shown that the storage part is the door with the safe combination lock 18 to provide access to only authorized persons. (the Upper part is opened with a key lock (not separately shown) in operative connection with a door movable relative to the housing and allowing access to authorized persons inside the top. Of course, in other embodiments, the implementation can use other mechanisms for access control and locking mechanisms.

The ATM 10 also includes input devices. Input devices in the ATM have a keyboard 20, through which the user can manually enter data. Another input device in the embodiment represents the t of a device 22 card reading. In some embodiments, the implementation of reader cards can be made with the possibility of reading cards with magnetic stripe and/or smart cards (smart cards), having a programmable storage device. Of course, in other embodiments, the implementation can be used such devices card readers that read contactless cards, or other devices.

In the shown embodiment also includes a device 24 records the image. In some embodiments, the exercise device recording image can contain, for example, a camera that records one or more images of persons working with this ATM. In other embodiments, the exercise device, the image capture may contain biometric reader such as a scanner iris, the input device for the system identification of a human face or other similar device, which serves as an input device for user identification. Of course, referred to here input devices are only examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation can use other input devices, such as fingerprint, retinal scanners, system voice recognition, touch screens, system speech input and the other is the IPA device, which take the input data to identify the user and/or account, or which can give commands to the ATM or from him.

Presents the ATM 10 also has an output device. These output devices have a display 26. The display 26 can issue commands to the user regarding the use of ATM, and also to provide the user with relevant information. The ATM also includes a printing device 28 also serves as an output device. Printing device 28 in some embodiments, the implementation may contain a device for printing receipts issued to the user to document the transaction executed by the ATM. In other embodiments, the implementation can be used, and other types of printing devices. For example, devices that print tickets, time of receipt of acceptance of Deposit, money orders, checks, vouchers or other documents.

It should be noted that these outputs are mentioned as an example and that other variants of the implementation can be used with other types of output devices. For example, other options for implementation may include voice instruction system, the communication interfaces for the implementation of the message with such wireless devices as personal digital device to blunt or cell phones, electrical connectors for connection to headphones or similar devices, or other devices to provide user output.

In the present ATM 10 users can obtain cash and also to make a Deposit at an ATM. Presents the ATM includes a mechanism 30 cash. The cash advance mechanism includes a mechanism 32 and 34 of the capture of banknotes, which captures the banknotes of one or more storage of banknotes from an ATM. For example, U.S. patent No. 4664369, the contents of which are incorporated herein by reference, discloses examples of mechanisms of capture of banknotes that can be used in some embodiments to implement the present invention. Of course, in other embodiments, the implementation can be used with other types of gripping mechanisms banknotes.

The mechanism 30 cash also includes conveying device 36 for banknotes, which moves the banknotes in the stacking and issuing mechanism 38. For example, U.S. patent No. 5342165, the contents of which are incorporated herein by reference, discloses a mechanism type stacking and issuance of banknotes that can be used in some embodiments to implement the present invention. The mechanism of cash advance delivers banknotes to the user through the hole 40 in the villas of cash. Schematically it is shown that the corresponding flap, or other blocking mechanism 42 is located near the hole for cash and prevents the access of unauthorized persons to the mechanism of the cash advance. Presents flap 42 is moved by motors, solenoids or other relevant governing movement mechanisms, which in this document may be referred to as actuators, provides cash to the user of the ATM from the stacking and issuing mechanism and blocks access at another time.

Shows a variant implementation of the ATM 10 also includes first depositing a system that has mechanisms for receiving and storing the deposited objects. In the present embodiment, the deposited objects are envelopes. But in other embodiments, the implementation can take other types of deposited objects, such as checks, money orders, tickets, coupons, packages for deposition containing Deposit holders and other types of deposited objects. The ATM 10 has a hole for the Deposit, which may herein be called the inlet and which is made in the case and size suitable for the reception of such deposited objects, like an envelope. Corresponding bolt 46 is installed with the option of its travel near the inlet for the Deposit. The valve 46 moves through the solenoids, electric motors and other relevant moving devices to prevent access to the interior of the ATM through an inlet opening for the Deposit, in addition to the time when the ATM is in the correct receiving mode of the deposited objects.

In an exemplary embodiment, the deposited objects move along the route of the Deposit using a transporting device 48. Conveying device 48 moves the envelopes deposited by the user, from the area near the inlet for depositing in the storage area 50. In some embodiments, the implementation of the conveying device may be a device described in U.S. patent No. 4884679, the contents of which are incorporated herein by reference.

In the first presents the embodiment, the region of 50 limited storage removable containing the deposited objects container 52. The container has an internal storage area that contains the deposited objects 54. Containing the deposited objects container 52 can be removed from the ATM authorised persons and transported to another location for testing of the deposited objects. This may be accomplished, for example, in the form of a self-indicating the unauthorized the new opening of the container, detail below, and which is locked when it is removed from the ATM and opens properly authorized persons in another place. Alternative containing the deposited objects container can have such a performance, according to which the persons authorized to access the storage unit 14, may separately collect the deposited objects from it and check the contents or at an ATM, or in another place. Alternatively, depending on the type and nature of the deposits, you can use other methods to verify the deposited objects.

Presents the ATM 10 also includes at least one computer 56, which in this document may also be called by the controller. A controller operatively connected to at least one of storing data or storage device 58 that contains the programming commands, transaction information, linking information, and other data used in the operation of the ATM. The controller 56 is operatively connected to the ATM devices that perform transactional functions, and manages their work in accordance with the programmed commands.

The controller 56 is operatively connected to at least one device 60 connected. The communication device allows presented to the ATM to communicate with at least one udalen the m computer and information Bank for the transaction. According to the schematic diagram in figure 1, the ATM 10 is operatively connected to the network 62. A network operatively connected to the computers in financial institutions 64 and 66 which control systems, authorizing and recording information about the transactions you undertake through ATMs. This method using the banking network is given as an example and in other embodiments, the implementation can be used and other means of communication and/or authorized institution.

Figure 2 schematically shows the conveying device 48 for the deposited objects used in the present ATM 10. In this embodiment, the deposited objects in the form of a sleeve 68 is moved along the route of transportation in the direction of arrow D from the inlet to Deposit in the storage area. When moving the deposited objects on the route of transportation are determined by the properties of the deposited objects. In the present embodiment, is determined by the thickness of the deposited objects by means of the sensor 70. In the present embodiment, the sensor 70 is a contact sensor that is physically in contact with the deposited object 68 to determine its thickness. For example, according to figure 2 the contact roller 72 has an axis which is moveable in the than the thickness of the envelope, and moves in contact with the deposited envelope as it passes along the route of transportation between the contact roller and the reference roller surface 74 with a fixed axis. The displacement of the contact roller 72 from its reference position characterizes the thickness of the deposited object along its length. The displacement of the contact roller generates one or more signals from the sensor 70, which are transmitted to the controller and used in the referenced below.

It should be mentioned that although presents an implementation option contact sensor is used to determine the thickness in other embodiments, the implementation to determine the thickness or other properties of the deposited object can also be used and proximity sensors. For example, proximity sensors disclosed in U.S. patent No. 6101266, 6242733 and 6241244, the contents of which are incorporated here by reference, can be used in order to determine the thickness or other properties of the deposited object. These proximity sensors can be used instead of the contact sensors, or in addition thereto, to determine the thickness of the deposited object.

Additionally or alternatively you can use other types of sensors such as magnetic sensors, for detection and/or determination of the content of the envelope. Magnetic sensors can be used, e.g. the measures to determine whether magnetic ink on checks, coins, currency or other documents placed in the Deposit envelope. Such proximity sensors 76 is schematically presented in figure 2. It should be noted that in some embodiments, the implementation of the thickness or other properties of the deposited object can be determined on the same area of detection on the path of the envelope or along this stretch. In other embodiments, implementation of the detection can be performed across the entire width of the deposited object or its part. Thickness as such or other properties of the deposited object, defined and used in a particular embodiment may depend on the type of the deposited object and on the needs of the operator of the ATM.

According to figure 2, one or more recording devices 78 are located near the route of the Deposit. In the present embodiment, the recording device may include a printer that can print marks deposited on the object. These printers can be, for example, dot matrix, stamps, ink jet printers, and other suitable devices for applying labels on the Deposit. In other embodiments, the implementation can use the labeling system of the deposited object according to U.S. patent No. 4435243, the content of which is included here for the reference.

In the present embodiment, the recording device is applied on the deposited object marking, which correspond to the properties of the object being sensed. This can be, for example, applying the numerical markings on the deposited object indicating the thickness of the envelope, at one or more locations of the object. In other embodiments, implementation of the recording device can record identifying a pointer, such as an account number or transaction number on the envelope. These identifying markings can then be correlated with the thickness or other properties of the deposited object, accessing data in a storage device of the ATM or other device, operatively associated with the computer. Alternative or additionally, the marking applied on the deposited object may include the price corresponding to the amount specified by the user of the ATM and which has or is deposited in the object.

Figure 3 shows an example of the deposited object 80, passed through the store just to clarify ATM. To do this, the deposited object drawn on it marking include the identification number 82 transactions. Identification number of the transaction may correspond to, for example, a transaction executed by the ATM, and m which may correspond to the information, stored in a storage device, such as the identity of the user that performed the operation of escrow. This presents the embodiment, the deposited object 80 also includes, in addition to the markings specified value 84 deposited object. This specified value may include, for example, a certain value that the user specified as deposited value by input from an input device of the ATM data deposited on the object. The inclusion of the specified value with the recorded marks can facilitate verification of Deposit (deposited object) when it is taking from the ATM according to the below description.

For the deposited object 80 marking, the corresponding thickness is recorded at this facility. Marking 86 thickness includes a numerical indication of the thickness of the envelope with the Deposit in various places on the envelope at the time of Deposit. These different places in the illustrated embodiment, are spaced apart in the longitudinal direction of the seats on the same longitudinal line near the center of the envelope during its passage through the conveying device. This presents the embodiment, marking the thickness of the print near the transverse edges of the envelope, so as not to disturb others who Picatinny markings on it. Obviously, in other embodiments, the implementation can be used in other ways.

According to the below description, labeling, thickness, and other marks related to this envelope can be used during subsequent opening of the envelope to check that the envelope contained these deposited during the deposition, and/or to verify the type of these deposited objects.

6 shows an alternative form recorded marks deposited on the object 88. This presents the embodiment, the recorded marking the deposited object includes a machine-readable marking 90. In this embodiment, a machine-readable marking contain a bar code or similar machine-readable encoding scheme.

Machine-readable markings match the specific numerical or other pointer corresponding to the data relating to this Deposit, such as the identity of the client or specify the value of the Deposit. In the present embodiment, the marking is also consistent with the data about a particular Deposit, for example, data on the thickness and/or other properties. These data, recorded with contact or contactless sensors in ATM, is correlated with a machine-readable marking 90. These data can be accessed and the information warehouse ATM. Alternatively, these data can be transferred to another information warehouse, to make sure that you specify the value of the Deposit corresponds to the actual value of the Deposit contained in this envelope.

Reader 92 reads the machine-readable marking after removal of the deposited object 88 of the storage area in the ATM by an authorized representative of the operating cash of the company. Reader 92 operatively associated with a computer or other device 94, which itself contains or has available for data in the information warehouse 96. Information warehouse 96 preferably contains information such as show the value of the Deposit, the user's identity and the individual properties of the deposited object, certain sensors in the cash Deposit. With this information, the person conducting the deposits can be sure that the contents of the envelope is at the moment of checking the actual value of the Deposit corresponding to specify the amount of the Deposit. In case of discrepancies between the person conducting the Deposit, you may use the thickness or other data recorded for a given deposited object to determine whether the Deposit contained objects having projections thickness and/or other Holy is istwa during escrow. This will enable the person responsible for verification of Deposit, it is best to determine what objects are not contained in the deposited object during escrow, or determine that the content of the deposited object was lost or misappropriated after the Deposit. This information is needed when making decisions on crediting the customer's account to show the value of the Deposit, as described below.

4 and 5 show exemplary types of data related to the deposited objects that can be represented by the markings applied on the deposited objects. For example, figure 4 graphically represents the thickness of the deposited object over time or over distance, when the deposited object moves along the route of the Deposit at the ATM. Line 98 corresponds to one or more signals from the sensor to characterize the thickness. Different ways of implementation, such as, for example, depositing system used for object 80 figure 3, record the thickness of many of the discretely separated from each other regulations 100. In the present embodiment, the movement of the envelope can be adjusted by a motor with adjustable speed, stepper motor or other device controlled movement to the marking that indicates the thickness at each position, with the replied relatively close to a specific area on the deposited object, which is determined by the thickness. Suitable circuit so that when the marking corresponds to the thickness, as shown in figure 3, is a fairly accurate representation of the thickness in different positions during the Deposit envelope. In the variants of implementation, in which the deposited objects move with a predetermined and essentially constant speed, the thickness can be determined upon detection of the front edge of this envelope. In other embodiments, the implementation can use the position sensors or other distance sensors for the direct measurement of the displacement of the envelope. The graph in figure 4 can characterize the output signals of both kinds of systems.

In some embodiments, may not be a sufficient condition to labeling was characterized by the maximum thickness of the deposited object, as shown in figure 4 maximum 102 line 98. Maximum specifies the maximum thickness of the envelope, and in many cases implementation that may be enough to indicate the type of its content. For example, in systems, in which is recorded the maximum thickness that can be written on the envelope only markings that correspond to a single numeric value, and/or stored in storage device as appropriate markings written on the envelope.

In other the options exercise can be an important correlate of the deposited object number, characterizing the volume of the object. This may correspond to a region 104 below the line 98 in figure 4. It is seen that the region 104, a component of the total thickness measured by the thickness gauge can be characterized by the total contents of the envelope.

Figure 5 shows another set of data that can be recorded for a given deposited object. For example, some contact and non-contact sensors can determine the detailed profile of the deposited object, including the thickness associated with wrinkles, folds and objects contained in the envelope. Proximity sensors can also define other properties such as magnetic properties, and the presence of paint or other pointers to the content or in it.

For example, figure 5 shows the deposited object 106. Proximity sensors mentioned above can use radiation to determine the thickness and to determine the boundaries of the envelope and also additional areas of thickness associated with such signs of the envelope as the bends and folds 108. In addition, these non-contact sensors may determine additional thickness at the areas 110 and 112 in the envelope. In areas 110 and 112 additional thickness due to the presence of sheets of the documents in the envelope. Radiation sensors, which determine the characteristics of the radiation absorption can identify areas objective is Oh in the envelope, on which it was printed. Additionally or alternatively, the magnetic sensors can identify areas of magnetic activity, represented by regions 114. This magnetic activity might correspond to the areas on which are printed in magnetic ink on checks or other documents.

It should be noted that some embodiments of can provide a detailed profile of the deposited property and its contents. This profile can be correlated with the marks recorded on the deposited object to the person conducting the deposits have been able to determine whether the contents of the deposited object during the test content at the time of its Deposit.

According to an exemplary variant of implementation, to perform banking operations with the ATM 10 are working. Thus, for example, the user provides the device 22 reads cards debit card having a magnetic strip. This magnetic strip may contain information that is personally identifiable user and/or account, such as a primary account number (PAN) of the user. The user is also able to prove their identity by presenting the ATM personal identification number (PIN) using the keyboard 20. If the entered PIN matches the data written on the card, then the user who may be granted permission to conduct transactions at the ATM. It should be noted that the use of these data input by the user at the ATM to identify the user's identity is stated as an example and that other variants of the implementation, you can use other input data that is relevant for identification of a user or account.

The user also provides one or more inputs using the input devices in the ATM to indicate the type of transaction that it wishes to pursue. If the user provides one or more inputs indicating that it wishes to perform a transaction escrow, the controller in the ATM will act in accordance with its program and will provide the user guidance on the display 26 or other output device, prompting the user to indicate the amount of the Deposit of the object(s)that he wants to Deposit. After you specify the amount of the Deposit the ATM controller opens the valve 46 for transporting the device 48, to allow the user to enter a Deposit. When a user enters a deposited object, it moves with the conveyor device 48, and at the same time, you define the properties of the deposited object. According to the presented variant implementation, you define a thickness and/or other properties of the deposited object is according to the above. The controller 56 also operates a recording device 78, for example one or more printing devices, for applying markings deposited on the object, which correspond to the measured specific properties or characteristics. After recording marks deposited on the object, the object enters the storage area 50, where it is contained in the ATM for further review.

Periodically, the owner of the ATM or other authorized person accesses the inner part of the ATM to withdraw cash from the ATM of the deposited objects and their validation. This is done according to an exemplary variant of implementation, in accordance with the following steps: open lock 18, and moves the door storage part and get access into the storage portion 14 to take-containing deposits the container 52. In some embodiments, the implementation of the deposited objects can be taken from containing deposits of the container in the cash and open them to check near the ATM. Alternative containing deposits the container can be locked and sent to the remote location for verification of deposits.

In an exemplary embodiment, containing deposits the container is transported to a remote location, and an empty container is placed in the ATM to make subsequent deposits. Then this cash returns to her about CNY mode. The deposited objects taken from the containing deposits of the container for remote maintenance and verification of its contents. Content can include cash, checks or other deposited objects that summarize for each of the deposited object to determine the actual cost of the Deposit. The actual cost of the Deposit is then compared with the specified value of the Deposit to determine whether there is a divergence between them. If the actual value and set value are different, it is possible that the user of the ATM made a mistake in specifying the cost. Alternatively, it is possible that the user has committed fraud, incorrectly specifying the value of the Deposit. Alternatively, it is possible that the deposited objects misappropriated by persons having access to the deposited objects either in cash, or during transportation, or on the spot checks deposited value.

The actual value of the Deposit can be compared with the specified value of the Deposit, checking numerical marking, the corresponding thickness is recorded on the deposited object, for example, the object shown in figure 3. Alternatively, these numbers transaction or machine-readable marking can electronically compare with the specified amount of the Deposit. Of course, in cases where the actual cost of the TB Deposit corresponds to specify the amount of the Deposit, the user has made a specified amount, and then the user's account or other appropriate organization to lend to specify the value of the Deposit.

But in some circumstances specified amount of the actual cost of the Deposit of the given object. On site verification of deposits relying on his face can check deposited objects for damage. Injuries can be, for example, a torn envelope with the Deposit or unsealed envelopes, or, apparently, cut or otherwise open the envelopes. Example invalid envelope with the Deposit indicated by the position 116 7. Damaged or otherwise open the envelopes may not be content, or it can contain objects. If the objects you see, the question arises whether all the objects are deposited in the damaged object.

When persons checking deposits, discover damaged or otherwise open the deposited objects, such as envelopes, then the question may arise whether the damaged objects and/or whether they were empty at the time of Deposit of, or the content has been lost or stolen after the Deposit of the object in the machine. These questions often can be answered on the basis of marks deposited on the deposited object and the corresponding t is line and/or other properties.

For example, if the Deposit was empty at the time of Deposit, the recorded information on the thickness of this object can be used to check the thickness of the blank envelope while checking this thickness according to the thickness recorded during the deposition. This is shown by the example of invalid envelope 116 according to Fig.7: information about the thickness of the deposited object in many places constant and correspond to the thickness of the blank invalid envelope. It says, for example, that the user may have attempted to defraud, knowingly making empty damaged envelope, then to say that the envelope was appropriate, specify the amount of the Deposit. In cases where the recorded thickness or other properties show that specify the value of the Deposit was specified incorrectly, the owner of the ATM will not credit the account of the user to specify the value of the Deposit.

In other circumstances, open or damaged, the Deposit may have an appropriate thickness, or be consistent with other data showing that the Deposit during the Deposit of the contained objects, which are not found during the scan. In these cases it will be clear that these objects disappeared after the Deposit. Then the owner of the ATM may creditwhat the account user to specify the value of the Deposit, as will be documented that at least some of the deposited objects, appears to have been lost because of errors or misappropriation.

Of course, in some embodiments, implementation, when data on the deposited objects contain information about the magnetic sensors and on detailed profiles, stored in the storage device, data can be obtained relatively accurate data on the type and number of the deposited objects. These data, in some embodiments, the implementation can be obtained directly from the information warehouse ATM. Alternatively, data from the ATM can be transferred over the network to other computers that can be accessed on the spot verification of deposits. In the framework of the present invention can use many methods, depending on the capabilities and needs of this system.

For the function test, it can often be successfully implemented by manual opening of the envelopes and inspection of the deposited objects. Alternatively, the test function can be implemented by devices similar to the devices of the ATM to measure the thickness of the envelope and the determination of other properties of the deposited objects. For example, the deposited objects can pass through these devices prior to their opening, to determine whether there was any change properties on which the target between the moment when it was deposited, and the time when he was brought to the place of inspection. This can be done as part of the process for inspection of the deposited object damage detection. If the deposited objects are machine-readable marking, the reader and indicates the thickness (or defines a different property) device on the spot checks can be used for comparison and identification of the deposited objects, if the properties of the object has changed since the time of its Deposit. In addition, if the Deposit is damaged during transportation or opened, then the properties of the deposited object at the moment of its reception by the ATM can be used to determine which open or scattered objects containing deposits the container correspond to a particular requirement object. As part of this invention and in accordance with its essence, you can use a variety of methods.

In alternative embodiments, the implementation of the ATM can detect situations when a user tries to Deposit corrupted or empty envelope or other object. In such cases, the ATM may refuse to accept such object on the Deposit. These systems can prevent attempted fraud, if the user has forgotten to put in to nvert alleged objects of the Deposit.

Some ATMs for the convenience of the user is provided with envelopes. U.S. patent No. 5590609, the content of which is incorporated here by reference, discloses an ATM, which provides the user with envelopes, in which you can nest objects of the Deposit. In some embodiments, the implementation of the provided envelopes can have a fixed size and/or thickness. Sensors on the receive path of the envelopes for the Deposit can determine the size and/or thickness; and the computer is operating in the ATM can be programmed to rejection and return to the user of the envelopes to Deposit, do not meet acceptable parameters of size or thickness. This can be accomplished, for example, in the ATM controller, which reverses the direction of transport.

For example, the ATM may determine that the thickness of the envelope exceeds a known blank thickness provided by the ATM envelopes for Deposit. ATM / cash machine can be programmed to issue for users, teams, according to which they must place your Deposit issued by the ATM envelope, even if the user wanted to use your own containing the Deposit envelope. The ATM may allow the user to place your custom envelope inside issued by the ATM envelope. This is m the embodiment, if the sensors determine the thickness of the deposited envelope, do not detect a thickness that exceeds the thickness of the standard issued by the ATM envelope, the ATM may return the envelope to the user, and may give the user a request to place objects of Deposit in an envelope and/or use one of the envelopes issued by the ATM. This will reduced the risk of getting a cash empty envelope.

According to another variant of implementation, the ATM may have sensors that determine the size, area, and/or border around the edges of the deposited envelope. Therefore, if the Deposit envelope does not match the expected configuration standard issued by the ATM envelope, the deposited envelope may be rejected by the mechanism of Deposit.

According to other variants of implementation of the present invention the objects of the Deposit may have common properties. For example, the Deposit may represent coins, bills of exchange and cheques, which have magnetic properties. Magnetic properties issued by the ATM envelopes may be missing or may have values within certain limits. The ATM may determine higher magnetic properties of the deposited envelope and thereby indicate that they invested cash or cheques. Envelopes without such high magnetic properties can in order to cracoviensia. Of course, in some cases, the ATM may determine other or additional properties and to use them as a basis for decisions on acceptance or rejection of such Deposit.

It should be mentioned that in some embodiments, the implementation of the ATM may determine the combination of properties and can be performed with the opportunity not to take the envelope, if one or more properties do not meet the specified limits. In some embodiments, the implementation of the envelopes containing rejected deposits may be returned to the user. In some embodiments, the implementation of suspicious deposits can linger in the ATM for analysis and/or as evidence.

In other alternative embodiments, the implementation of the ATM may produce an empty envelope to the user for use that does not have a specified thickness, size, magnetic or other properties. In such scenarios, the implementation of the desired properties can be measured by sensors in the ATM, when empty envelope is given to the user of the ATM. The desired properties of the envelope can also be measured when the user enters in the ATM envelope with the objects of the Deposit. If the expected change (or lack thereof) of thickness, size, magnetic properties, or other defined properties is not detected when the user again enters the type field is ATM, this Deposit may be rejected.

Alternative or additionally, the marking corresponding to the desired properties can be printed on the envelope by the ATM before issuing an empty envelope or at the time of its issuance. Additionally or alternatively, this information can be stored in the database. This information can then be compared with information for the deposited envelope. This can be done during escrow and used as the basis for rejection of Deposit cash, or it can be done after checking the contents of the envelopes for Deposit. Of course, depending on the system and requirements of the owner may apply other methods.

Fig schematically shows an alternative depositing mechanism for receiving deposits, such as envelopes, ATM. This depositing mechanism 120 includes an outer end 122 having a hole for the Deposit, through which accepted the deposited objects. Access through the opening in the outer end 22 is regulated by the shutter mechanism described below. The objects passing in depositing mechanism 120 through the opening for Deposit in the outer end 122 are moved transporting device 124. Adopted by the transporting device objects are moved past the recording device 126, which in the present embodiment, realized is I is an inkjet printer. The deposited objects are moved transporting device 124 containing deposits the container 128. According to the following detailed description presents some options for implementation containing deposits the container may be made in the form of a removable container, with the possibility of its removal is installed in the storage part or in another protected area ATM. In the present embodiments, the implementation of the dividing wall 130 may serve as part of the upper wall, limiting the storage part or separating it from the Cabinet with drawer. This is useful in those variants of implementation, in which the container is empty envelopes or part thereof, serving a stock envelope available for individuals who do not have access to a secure store. Of course, this method is provided only as an example and in other embodiments, the implementation can use other methods.

Presents the option of depositing mechanism 120 also contains a region 132 storage envelopes, also called a container for empty envelopes. Region 132 storage envelopes is operatively associated with the device for selective capture, and a separate envelope from the foot of the envelopes located in the storage area of the envelopes. This captured the envelope is then transported t is onsortium device 124 and delivered to the user of the ATM through the hole to Deposit on the outer end 122. It should be noted that in some embodiments, the implementation is displayed to the user envelopes and/or accept envelopes can be labelled mentioned above. Alternatively, in other embodiments, implementation of the marking is not done or made alternative forms of marking.

The mechanism of storage and shipping envelopes used in the presented variants of implementation, is described with reference to Fig.9-18. Presents an implementation option provides a device 134 for storage and delivery of envelopes, also known as a mechanism of delivery of envelopes and shown in figures 9-11. Storage device and outputting the envelope has an area of 132 storage envelopes, limited moveable floor 136, which serves as the supporting floor, and overlying the top of the clamping plate 138. The clamping plate 138 is made with possibility of vertical movement in a pair of spaced apart slots 140 in supporting connection with the housing of the mechanism of acceptance of deposits. The clamping plate 138 is also made to rotate on the hinge 142. This ensures the rotation of the pushing plate from deflecting position, bias stack of envelopes down into deflecting position in which the clamping plate is held outward from the storage area, resulting in envelopes and other deposited which has been created objects can be conveniently inserted or removed from the area 132 of storage. The clamping plate 138, back in the deflecting position in the storage area, exerts a downward force to the envelopes in the storage compartment of the envelope.

Floor 136 rests on the base 144. Floor 136 is also configured to rotate on the hinge 146, which serves as a movable support and which is positioned near the rear area of the floor 136. The floor is also located near it vertically passing through the guide plate 148, which limit the container to empty envelopes and hold the stack of envelopes for Deposit in supporting connection with the floor.

On the submitted floor 136 is a pair of speakers up guide 150, which are designed to reduce the surface resistance efforts that provide resistance to movement of the envelope on the floor. Three slits 152 are in the floor at one end, spaced from the hinge 146. Each slot 152 is aligned with the corresponding gripper tape, which acts as a movable gripping element. The Central slot is aligned with the tape 154, which is Central with respect to the floor. Each of the slots 152 on both sides of the tape 154 aligned with gripper tape 156. Tape 154 and 156 are selectively driven in response to the signal controller. Gripper tape passing between the rollers 158, 160, mounted on the shafts 162, 164 in the OPE is exploring the connection with the floor 136. Near the end of the floor 136, spaced from the hinge 146 is a pair of transversely spaced lugs 166. (See 11). According to the following more detailed description of the Cams 166 act as part of the mechanism that rotates the floor around the hinge 146 and moves up and down relative to the upper surface of the gripping strips 154, 156.

Passing vertically wall 168 limits the front side 132 of the storage envelopes. Wall 168 has a relieving element 170 in supporting connection with her. Element 170 movably mounted in supporting connection with the wall 168 and is arranged to move in response to operatively connected to the actuator. In the present embodiment, removing the element acts as a stripper to ensure that the movement of the foot only one envelope, under spring load by means of a spring 171, which acts as move down the device in the below order. Under 11, 13 and 15 knot puller includes a pair of angled friction pads 172. In the present embodiment, the friction pads 172 are made of elastic material and are angled to provide an elastic strip surface, passing down slightly, with increasing distance from the foot. It should also be noted that in the present embodiment, the end of the La 136, remote from the hinge 146, passes forward, resulting in the slots in it are lower friction pads 172 of the elastic strip surfaces. In the present embodiment, the pads 172 selectively moved under the action of the spring load of the node 170 puller.

In the present embodiment, the shaft 162 is installed a pair of pressure rollers. Pinch rollers 174 adjacent to the conveyor leading to the rollers 176 (Fig), which rotate on a shaft 178 which is in force from the actuator (not shown). Transporting the drive rollers 176 are provided in the direction of the arrow T shown on Fig and 15, at the time of issue envelopes. On each of the transporting drive roller 176 is transporting the tape 180. Moving the transporting drive roller 176 and the transporting belt 180 provides engagement and rotation of the pressure rollers 174. Of course, this method is an example, and in other embodiments, the implementation can be used other ways.

According pig and 16 of the conveyor drive belt 180 is operatively connected to the idler pulley 182. Tension roller 182 is mounted on the tensioning lever 184 which is operatively connected to the spring or other deflecting device to deflect the tension pulley counterclockwise on the pivot 186, Fig. Mesh stretch ro is the IR conveyor belt 180 stretches transporting the tape over the gap 188. The gap 188 is formed between the guide rails 190, 192. According to the below description envelopes deposited in the machine, move the conveyor belts in the gap 188. After passing through the gap, the envelopes pass through the hole 189 for the Deposit envelopes and through the separation wall in the storage area within the containing deposits of the container 128.

According pig and 18 base 144 includes a pallet 194 and the guide wall 196, also called a plate. Guide wall 196 movably mounted in supporting connection with the pallet and made with the possibility of sliding movement thereon in the direction of the arrow U (Fig). In the present embodiment, the guide wall 196 is moved by driving a screw 198 which is selectively provided in response to a controller command, in both directions of rotation of the drive 199 and pulley 200.

Guide wall 196 has a through opening 202. Pallet 194 has a corresponding aperture 204. The aperture 204 of the tray corresponds to the position of the holes 189 for depositing the envelopes in the dividing wall, limiting the storage part, when the engine 120 is in the operating position. The aperture 204 of the pallet is located essentially under the gap 188. In accordance with the electoral action of the actuator 199 aperture 202 can selectively move to Firawn is of the opening in the guide wall with the opening in the pallet. While the envelopes, which are held in the gap 188 can be moved in containing deposits the container 128. Similarly, when the guide wall is moved by the actuator so that the opening in the guide wall defended from an aperture of the pallet, the access containing deposits the container is blocked. Thus, the portion of the guide baffle or plate 196, which moves to block access through the gap to the hole for depositing envelopes, acts as a damper.

Guide wall 196 also includes a pair of slots 206 for Cams. According Fig slot 206 is combined with the Cams 166, located under the floor 136, and have a corresponding shape and size. Therefore, the movement of the guide walls relative to the pallet also allows the floor to selectively move up and down in the area adjacent to the gripping tapes at the end, spaced from the hinge 146. It is a mutual connection causes the movement of the supporting floor-supported foot envelope with a portion of the guide wall, which serves as a damper.

Guide wall 196 is also operatively connected with the actuating roller 208. The roller 208 in the present embodiment, operatively connected with the Cam element which is in contact with a Cam part on the lever 210. The lever 210 is movable in the of made on the pallet by means of the pivot point 212. (See Fig). According to the below detailed description of the movement of the lever 210 by contact of the roller 208 and Cam ensures proper working condition inkjet printhead used in the present embodiment.

According pig and 16 of the transporting belt 180 in the area of the pulley 182 is located near the transporting device, which contains the plate 214. Transporting belt 180 also grabbed a pair of timing rollers 216, which pass through holes in the transporting plate 214. Toothed rollers are rotated in concert with the transport belts to transfer the envelope.

According Fig-21 transporting plate 214 in the present embodiment, has a surface with a curved section and is held in section 218 of delivery, which lies near the outer end 122 of the transporting device. The plate 214 is supporting the object surface with a curved section 215, which made many of aligned holes through which pass freely rotatable supporting belt rollers 220. Supporting belt rollers 220 are arranged in such a way that the transporting belt 180 is moved over them.

In the present embodiment, the elastic transporting belt 180 pass around the output is x rollers 222, which rotate on a movable output shaft 224, as will be explained below. Who exert pressure rollers 226 shift plate spring 227 and provide downward pressure on the conveying belt section 218 of delivery. Bias action of the rollers 182 and 226 serves to bias the adjacent flights of the belts 180 in engagement with the curved section 215. Guide rollers 228 direct return flights transporting tapes 180 between the transport drive rollers 176 and output rollers 222.

In the present embodiment, depositing mechanism 120 when the ATM is open for the transaction of the Deposit, the controller gives a command to the issuance of the envelope of the region 132 and shipping it to the user of the ATM through the opening in the outer end 122 of the transporting device 124. The device of giving envelopes in ATM blank envelope. According to a variant implementation, the controller includes an actuator 199 to the slots 206 for a Cam in the guide wall 196 moves to the Cams 166, located under the floor 136, moved down into engagement with the slots 206 for Cams. As a result of this gripping tape, which act as gripping means are located above the floor surface and guides and gear limit envelope limiting dims the second end of the foot 207 envelopes. The drive shaft 178 of the motor rotates in the direction of the arrow T, and gripper tape 154, 156 move the envelope of the lower end of the foot 207 in the first direction to the wall 168. When this node 170 puller is located at the bottom, resulting in angled friction lining 172 depart downward, and therefore, on the side facing the foot, they are at approximate distance of the thickness of one of the envelope above the plane descended a floor 136 (Fig).

Gripper tape 154, 156 move the envelope to the right, according pig, in engagement with the inclined downward elastic strip surface on the friction pads. This engagement resists the movement of the envelope through engagement of the side of the envelope opposite the gripping tapes, and, as a rule, separated from the foot, the lower end of the envelope.

The gripping force of the tape and, in particular, areas of elevated convex contact surface 234 on the gripper belts 156, which serves as a gear part, gears lower end surface of the envelope and brings it to the front edge in place of the engagement, band formed tape 180 resting on the rollers 176 and pressure rollers 174, rotating on the shaft 162. Engages the front edge of the bottom envelope in place of the grip formed by the rollers, causes the movement of the envelope spans tapes is via the gap 188 and engages with a toothed rollers 216.

On Fig most clearly shown that the presented configuration relieving element 170 and installed at an angle relieving pads 172 gives the lowest envelope 230 ribbed configuration. The deformed configuration of the envelope also promotes the separation of the bottommost envelope in the foot from the rest of the envelopes.

Another sign presents a variant implementation of the mechanism of delivery of empty envelopes is that there is the possibility of using an empty envelope having means sealing a user of the ATM. For example, empty envelopes with peelable strips can be placed in empty envelopes containing the container so that the said strip facing downwards to the floor. Because these peelable adhesive closing strips are usually located on the transverse edges of the envelope, the envelopes can be moved through engagement of the gripping belts, not catching peelable strip. This circumstance allows us to take the envelope without damaging the peelable strips and without the occurrence of significant differences in the characteristics of friction, which can lead to distortion of the envelope and to their jams. These envelopes with peelable strips may be desirable because the users don't have to lick or otherwise see the account envelope for Deposit to reseal them after attachment materials. Alternatively, for empty envelopes to Deposit you can use other methods of sealing. For example, you can use folding valves or other means to open the adhesive material used to seal the envelope after the user has placed in them. The submitted version of the mechanism of delivery with the spans of the belt and the toothed part serving as a gripping means and arranged at an angle above the elastic surfaces, serving as a stripper, well adapted for the separation of the envelopes one at a time. Of course, the design described above is provided only as an example and in other embodiments, the implementation can use other methods.

According pig and 16 captured envelope 230 moves the conveyor belts 180 over the gap 188, and the leading edge of the envelope engages the toothed rollers 216. Toothed rollers guide the leading edge of the envelope engages between the surface of the conveying plate 214 and the opposite surface of the plate facing the stairs conveyor belts 180, which it is adjoined. The sensor 232 envelope contains moving parts that pass through many of the slots in the plate and define the leading edge of the envelope in connection with conveyor belts near the plate. In response to this determination is of the envelope, the controller in the present embodiment, causes translational movement of the guide walls 196 relative to the pallet and the nomination Cams 166 of the slots 206. This floor 136 rises in the region of the friction lining 172. In the present embodiment, because the puller 170 is offset relative to the wall 168, downward clamping force is applied to captured the envelope, when he continues to run from the foot under the action of the attached driving efforts conveyor belts and pressure rollers 174. In the present embodiment, the clamping force acting on the moving envelope, also contributes to the separation of the end of the envelope from the bottom of the foot from the other envelopes when they are pushed together with the data captured by the envelope. While raising the floor 136 causes re-alignment of guides on the surface of the floor above the moving gripper belts. Due to this gripping tape detaches from the other envelopes in the foot, thereby reducing the risk of capture additional envelopes.

After moving the captured envelope 230 of the foot and after he will withdraw from the point of the clamp formed by the conveyor belts and pressure rollers 174, envelope engages with TransportRule the ribbon between the surface of the conveying plate 214 and the supporting belt rollers to the output rollers 222. When this valve is near the hole in the outer end 122 opens explained below, and the envelope is pushed further to the sensors determine its passage through the hole, and output to the user; and at this point, the controller stops moving conveyor belts.

Presents an implementation option of issuing mechanism is that the envelope reliably removed by means of removable steps angled friction linings and also wavy ribbed contour, which is attached to the envelope gripping and removing elements. Reliable removal of the lower end of the envelope from the other envelopes in the foot is usually guaranteed clamping action, which occurs as a result of raising the floor 136 after removal of the envelope from the foot at a sufficient distance.

Another worthwhile aspect of the present invention is that it removes the element is shifted by the spring, but is arranged to move in response to excessive thickness. Thus, if for any reason a significant number of envelopes cannot be separated from each other, then the whole foot can be moved by removing the element and the transporting device to the user. This fact excludes non-operation of the ATM and vyvedeni is it from action, when such circumstances arise. In the present embodiment, removing the element provides the passage, without locking, envelope thickness of about 3.5 mm, This value represents a significant number of envelopes and may reduce the risk of malfunction of the ATM.

Another worthwhile aspect explained above variant implementation is that the mechanism is made with the possibility of working with envelopes having a peelable strip of waxed paper on the sides or edges of the envelope. These peelable strip can be loaded into the storage area of the envelope so that the strip facing downwards. Since this implementation does not provide any elastic siteplease surface, which would opposing efforts and which can facilitate the removal of the peelable strips with the envelope when the separation of the end of the envelope from the foot, each envelope can be moved to the user with undisturbed peelable strip on the bottom side of the envelope.

Another worthwhile aspect of the presented implementation is that of a gripping tapes contain rising segments 234, which serve as gear parts, creating increased force. Figure 10 and 11 clearly shows that the towering segme what you're gripping the tape 156 consist of enlarged convex parts of the contact surface, above the rest of the contact surface. In the present embodiment, towering segments 234 are located on the gripper tapes orientation differing by 180 degrees. These gear parts provide additional friction and pushing force to move the lower envelope of the foot.

Another worthwhile aspect presents a variant of implementation with regard to the capture of the envelopes is that used stepper motor to drive the rollers and belts. In the present embodiment, the stepping motor operatively connected with the control circuit that, in response to commands from the controller, provides the motor in the vibrational mode. In some embodiments, the implementation of the motor can operate in a vibration mode with a certain frequency of vibration, but always with the desired final movement of the envelope forward. Are the result of vibrations with the necessary moving forward and backward, which also contributes to the separation of the envelope from the foot of the envelopes. For example, in the embodiment, the controller can be programmed to determine that defined the leading edge of the envelope has reached the sensor 232 at a certain time after the capture of the envelope. If the controller does not detect the envelope within the required time, then he shall act command to the motor to start work in vibrate mode. This work in vibrate mode, and these moshing and oscillatory movements of the parts interacting with the envelope, end with the capture of the bottom of the envelope. It should be noted that other repetitive actions such as drive belts and rollers back and forward, and also moving the guide walls back and forth for raising and lowering the floor containing the envelopes of the container, may also be implemented to facilitate the separation of the end of the envelope.

In the present embodiment, the stepping motor and the other drive is also used to provide an audible indication in response to the signal controller. For example, the controller actuates the stepping motor mode vibration to the motor and connected components could be heard. Due to this, you can eliminate the need of providing some ATMs separate device audio output signal. For example, the controller can be programmed to indicate to the user of the ATM that empty envelope captured and moved through the conveying device and through the hole for the Deposit and ready to take it by the user. Defining an empty envelope in this position, the controller may include a stepper motor to vibrate mode is to give a beep or give periodic sound signal, to indicate to the user that he needs to take appropriate action. Audio signals can also be provided in other circumstances to indicate the malfunction. In some embodiments, the implementation of other audio signals can be created using vibration. Of course, these methods are given as an example.

Another worthwhile aspect of the presented implementation is that the floor 136 normally holds the bottom envelope from gripping contact with the tape when grabbing the envelope do not exercise. This helps to maintain the desired contour for the bottom of the envelope to facilitate his capture, when the floor is lowered. It should be mentioned that the signs described in connection with the capture of the envelope, are also applicable to capture such other types of funds, such as leaves.

Another worthwhile aspect of the presented implementation is that part of the guide walls, serving as a valve, designed to ensure the security lock access-containing deposits from the container through the gap 188 at the appropriate time, when the envelope is delivered to the user. This circumstance also provides additional protection to minimize the risk that the deposited objects criminals will be able to pull out and the container. Using the principles presented implementation can also get other additional benefits.

In the present embodiment, the section 218 of delivery, adjacent to the outer section 122 made with the possibility of delivery of empty envelopes the user of the ATM and to receive envelopes for Deposit into the ATM. These accept envelopes can have uniform or non-uniform contour. According pig output rollers 222 is installed on the output shaft 224. In the present embodiment, the elastic transporting belt 180 pass around the exit rollers 222. Supporting belt rollers 220 pass through the apertures in the surface of the base plate section delivery and adjacent to the output rollers 222, when the envelope is not among them.

In the present embodiment, the section 218 of delivery contains the side walls 236, which in the transverse direction limit conveying device. The side walls 236 contain passing essentially upward angled slots 238. Angled slots 238 are made to accept that they can move opposite ends of the output shaft 234. All the guides 240 on the output shaft 224 provide the ability to move the outer shaft 224 relative to the slots. T is the train in the present embodiment, the slots 238 are located at such an angle, that tension, attached elastic conveyor belts 180, shifts the output rollers 222 and the output shaft 224 to the lower end of the slot. This ensures the contact of the conveyor belts and rollers with an envelope.

According pig in the present embodiment, the outer end 122 of the transporting device has a closing body, here called rim 242 having a hole 244 through which pass the envelope to the user and from him. The frame 242 operatively connected with section 218 of delivery. Under the frame in the present embodiment has a movable sealing element 246 explained in more detail below. According pig of the sealing element 246 is shown in the open position. According pig in transporting the device inside of exit rollers 222 a sensor 248. In the present embodiment, the sensor 248 contains many moving parts or fingers that are movable and pass through transversely spaced slits in locations across the conveying device. These elements are moved in the slots in response to the presence or absence of envelopes in this position. Fig shows many elements of the sensors related to the sensor 248 and located transverse to the transporting device. This ale is, for example, the sensor is configured to facilitate movement of the envelope by reducing the surface resistance between the envelopes and the substrate transporting device. In the present embodiment, the sensor elements are in operative connection with an electric switch, a photo interrupter or other sensor that provides adequate signal for the controller. The Central rib 250 is also provided near an exit in order to reduce the surface resistance and ensure the movement of the envelopes.

Fig illustrates the advantageous properties of the presented example of the mounting of the output shaft 224 and output rollers 222. The ability of the shaft to move in angled slots 238 in response to the presence of envelopes of different thickness ensures their compliance with the height of the envelope, resulting in a transporting belt 180 can hook envelopes sufficiently effective to move the envelopes. When this elasticity transporting tape in combination with spaced angled slits 238 determines the offset of the output rollers 222 together with the conveyor belts in engagement with the envelopes. Fig shows an example of an envelope with coins 252. In the envelope coins 252 are located on one side. Provided on the transport device, the interval will contain coins of the envelope to move through conveyor belts in the conveying device. Another envelope shown in Fig. This envelope 254 contain what it folded banknotes, entered transporting device and under output rollers 222. According pig output rollers and conveyor belt can move and ensure the passage of the envelope, while remaining in contact with the envelope. Due to this, the envelope can be transported without damage or discovery.

According pig and 20 character offset applied pressure rollers 226, which in the present embodiment is installed with the possibility of their displacement on a curved plate spring 227, and facilitates communication conveying belts with envelopes after moving the envelopes past the exit rollers 222. However, the installation of the pressure rollers 226 with the possibility of the elastic displacement allows the passage of envelopes of different paths and different thickness. In addition, the curved part 215 of the plate 214 and the efforts above the conveyor belts hold the conveyed envelope in the nip between the surface of the plate carrying the tape rollers and tapes, providing the movement of the envelope. The force applied by the tape and vectors are represented by arrows efforts on Fig and 20, provides that the engagement of the envelope. In the present embodiment, this technical solution allows the envelopes with rough contours to navigate safely in the region of the gap 188, from which the envelopes may be held in the containing deposits the container 128. Of course, these methods are given only as an example. However, these principles can be applied in many implementation options for transporting envelopes or other means or stop them with the correct or incorrect paths.

In the present embodiment, the rollers used for the output rollers 222 transporting device, and the output shaft can be design according Fig-30. According to these drawings, the rollers 222 are shown without the outer cover in contact with the conveyor belts, rollers work. In some embodiments, the implementation of exit rollers 222 freely rotate relative to the shaft. In some embodiments, the implementation is desirable that the rollers rotate in both directions, with a small friction resistance, so that they can be easily installed on the shaft and is reliable from the point of view of securing engagement with the shaft and from the point of view of preserving its position relative to the shaft. In the present embodiment, this requirement is ensured by the fact that the rollers are formed with a housing having a built-in sleeve portion 256. The stub portion 256 ends at the end of the inner side of the annular flat surface 258. Annular flat poverhnosti made with the possibility of its sliding movement toward passing in the radial direction of the surface 260 of the annular ledge on the shaft. Engages the annular flat surface passing in the radial direction surface of the ledge restricts axial movement of the roller relative to the shaft.

Presents the stub portion 256 has a ring on the end opposite to the annular flat surface, many passing radially inward of deformable pins 262. In the present embodiment, passing radially inward pins have outer edges that are radially inward relative to the hole 264 which receives the shaft and which passes through the stub portion. In the present embodiment, passing inside the pins 262 and the stub portion is made of essentially rigid but resilient material, resulting in passing inside the pins can be deformed, but quickly recover its original passing inside the loop.

The shaft 224 in the present embodiment, has an annular recess 266. The annular recess 266 in the axial direction distant from the surfaces of the ledge at a distance essentially corresponding to the axial distance between the annular flat surface 258 and passing inside the pins. The size and the distance between the surface of the ledge and annular grooves is such that in some embodiments, the implementation of the rollers 222 are free to rotate otnositel the shaft, if the roller is installed on it so that passing inside the pins are in the ring adjacent the recess and moved into them.

Another advantageous aspect of the presented implementation is that the rollers 222 can be mounted on the shaft 224 without the aid of tools or fasteners. According pig and rollers 30 are mutually axially moved on the shaft, causing the shaft goes into the hole 264 of the sleeve part. Passing inside the pins 262 temporarily deformed from its initial position when the roller is moved in the axial direction inside the shaft. But after passing inside the pins reach the annular grooves 266, pins restore its normal shape. This engagement of the pins with the annular grooves promotes the retention of the rollers in the desired position relative to the shaft. Thus, when the roller is moved in the axial direction, and the pins went into the annular recess, then the annular flat surface abuts against the annular surface of the ledge on the shaft. Such engagement prevents further axial movement of the roller, whereby the pins can exit the ring grooves. After an additional axial force that moves the roller, will cease to operate, then the engagement of the pins in the annular recess will provide the seal ring flat is th surface in the present embodiment, to the annular surface of the ledge, but at some distance from it, to allow essentially free rotation of the roller relative to the shaft. In this position, the annular flat surface 258 of the roller will be located close enough to the corresponding surface 260 of the ledge, and therefore, the roller can freely rotate relative to the shaft, but essentially will not be able to move further axially inward by contact with the surface of the ledge. In this embodiment, a cone-shaped path passing through the inside of the pins 262 resists efforts that seek to move the rollers in the axial direction of the output shaft through engagement of the outer ends of the pins from passing radially outward surfaces on the axial outer side of the annular grooves 266. It should be noted that this technical solution and method provide a convenient, low friction, the installation of the rollers relative to the shaft and reliable, with low friction, positioning and rotation of the rollers relative to the shaft.

In the present embodiment, the principles set out in relation to the installation of external rollers 222 can also be applied to other rollers. Fig shows cited as an example of the implementation guide rollers 228 used in the transportation direction of the returning flight conveyor belts. Direction of the Commissioner, the rollers 228 mounted on guide shaft 268. Guide rollers 228 have a construction similar to the construction described in connection with rollers 222, to ensure easy installation and rotation of the rollers relative to the shaft. Of course, these methods are given as examples, and in other embodiments can use other ways. In particular and without limitation, in some embodiments, the implementation with certain characteristics can be provided for the rollers, hard mesh, and in this case, the rollers will rotate together with the drive shaft. This can be accomplished, for example, using vzaimostsepljaemost protrusions and grooves on the rollers and the shaft. They may contain passing in the axial direction or the radial direction of the protrusions, or both protrusions in combination, depending on the nature of the equipment and the nature of the transmitted forces. Experts in the art may devise various ways of ensuring the desired level of transmission of force between the rollers and the shafts.

In some presents variants of the implementation mechanism 120 deposits some of the difficulties can create envelopes, incoming or outgoing from the transporting device, if they are parallel relative to the direction of movement of conveyor belts 180. For example, according Fig sleeve 270 has the edge, bent at right with the Auron transporting device due to the skew of the envelope. This may occur, for example, if the envelope 270 twisted in transporting the device at the time of issue and moved out by the transporting device in a skewed position. Alternatively, the bias can occur for the reason that the user has entered an envelope in a skewed position. Fig in horizontal projection shows an envelope with a rounded edge in the transporting device, and the other envelope is attached to the output shaft 224. Fig shows the envelope 270 included in conveying device crooked.

On Fig clearly presents that in this embodiment, the skew of the envelope may impede the operation of the ATM. These problems can occur during delivery of envelopes, and when receiving envelopes. For example, if the envelope is given to the user skewed according pig, the bent end of the envelope may, at his passing out to encounter an obstacle in the form of the output shaft 224. If this happens, the mash will be determined near the exit and/or the envelope may be torn or damaged upon receipt to the user. Similarly, skewed envelopes can also create a problem when the receive operation of the Deposit. For example, the envelope may be adopted transporting device, and then - because the envelope has certain measured parameters, because of the which it must be returned to the client - the controller reverses the transporting belt 180 to return the envelope back to the user. If the envelope is distorted and the rear end will move in the conveying device by the output shaft 224, then bent the end of the envelope may cling to the shaft. This can lead to the fact that the envelope cannot be returned and/or envelope is torn or damaged.

In some alternative embodiments, the implementation problems associated with skewed envelopes, can be solved using the guide for envelopes. These guides envelopes can cause distorted envelopes to return to their specific contour or configuration, with the result that they will be able to pass in transporting the device or from without contact with other structures, which can cause damage, paper jams or rupture of the envelope. Shows a variant implementation of these guides presented on Fig-37. Rails 272 and 274 envelopes are installed on opposite sides of the conveyor belts in supporting connection with the side walls of the transporting device. Of course, according Fig transporting tape the left side is not shown for simplification. In the present embodiment, the guides envelopes are set firmly against Boko is a diversified walls 236, but in other embodiments, the implementation of these guides can be installed with the possibility of their moving and/or spring loaded condition.

Because rails 272 and 274 envelopes are mirror images of each other, and therefore describes only guide 272. Guide 272 contains essentially vertically passing surface 276. In the present embodiment, the vertical guide 276 passes through the creature inside expandable inside relative to the transporting device closer to the output shaft 224. Presents the shape of the guide 272 the envelope also contains a surface 278, essentially facing down. Facing down the surface 278 is tapered to be closer to the surface of the plate transporting device closer to the output shaft. Due to this technical solution, the objects will be forced to move under the output shaft. Of course, the presented implementation guide 272 the envelope is held upright end surface 280, which is sufficiently separated from the output shaft 224 so as not to interfere with his movement. This is shown in Fig.

On Fig and 36 clearly shows that the envelope 282, skewed relative to the transporting device has the capacity the to move with greater ease in and out past the exit rollers 222. This is because if the envelope is thrown and twisted, as shown in Fig the forward folded edge of the envelope in contact with downward by the guide surfaces for envelopes and therefore is deformed so that the folded edge of the sleeve can move underneath the output shaft 224. It also shows the relationship between the downward surface 278 of the guide, which is essentially at the same level with the bottom of the undeformed position of the output shaft 224. Therefore, as the envelope is moved toward the outside folded edge passes under the output shaft and not stuck on it. It should also be noted that the surface passing inside vertical guide provide the envelopes, which can greatly outweighed, the ability to move so that bent their edges engage the rollers, and by the action of the rollers move with deformation and are under the output shaft.

The same principles can be applied in cases when the envelope is introduced into the transporting device in a skewed condition is presented on Fig. In these circumstances skewed envelope will tend to deform and bend to pass the output rollers 222. But if you want to reject the Deposit envelope, the guides will deform KRA is, resulting envelope will be able to go out under the output shaft. These solutions provide reliable moving envelopes in conveying device and from it, despite the fact that the envelopes warp, and these solutions can eliminate the possibility of envelopes and improve the reliability of operation of the device. Of course, these methods are given as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation can be used other ways.

In some embodiments, implementation, users may encounter difficulties with the introduction of relatively large and/or having uneven contours of the envelopes at the ATM to Deposit. In some cases, these envelopes may not be taken easy because movably installed output rollers 222 and the transporting belt 180 on them may not be easy to move up sufficiently in response to contact with the envelope, to admit between them the envelope of increased thickness. This difficulty may occur in situations when the use of relatively thick or having uneven contours envelopes made from a material with a low coefficient of friction. In these cases, the transporting of the tape may not provide sufficient engagement of the envelope due to friction, so that the envelope was able to move into the gap Mezhdunarodnye rollers 222 and the respective conveyor belts and rollers 220. Because of these shortcomings users may try to force you to enter the envelope conveying device. As a result of this increases the risk of damage and/or jamming of the envelope.

To the envelopes of increased thickness and/or low coefficient of friction could be easier to enter the outer end of the transporting device, some alternative embodiments of the invention may provide designs presented in Fig and 33. In this embodiment, the outer rollers 222 are set relative to the output shaft 224 so that the rotation of the outer rollers relative to the conveyor belts 180 will cause rotation of the shaft 224. This can be done, for example, in a manner analogous to the above, to create SitePlayer connection between the output rollers 222 and the shaft. Of course, to record the output of the rollers on the shaft for joint rotation can be applied and alternative means.

In this embodiment, convex (bumpy) rollers 284 mounted on the output shaft 224 and rotate with it. In this description of the convex rollers are rollers, the outer surface having protrusions, providing increased thrilling action. In the present embodiment, the convex rollers 284 are mounted so that have the same position on the shaft IU the DN output rollers 222, and on each outer side between the output rollers 222 and the inner wall 236. In the present embodiment, the convex rollers is made of a firm but resilient material in engagement with the envelope. This area is gearing also made of a material having sufficient gripping frictional properties to catch and move the envelopes. In the present embodiment, the convex rollers 284 are essentially cross-shaped, essentially with curved outer surfaces 286. On Fig clearly shown that in the form of convex rollers curved surface 286 undergo several further radially outwards than the surface of the conveyor belts 180 on the output rollers 222. But the outer surface 286 are arranged so that when the output shaft 224 is at the bottom of the angled slots 238, the outer surface 286 may skip the surface of the substrate transporting device without snagging.

In this alternative convex rollers 284 rotate the output rollers 222 and conveyor belts 180. When engaged with the sleeve outer surface 286 of convex rollers make extra traction force to the envelope, forcibly moving it to the transporting device to about speciate movement of the output shaft 224 up. In addition, in the present embodiment, the arcuate recess 288, which are held between the outer surfaces 286, provide additional siteplease effort in areas leading to the outside, and this fact also helps the shaft to move forward and push the envelope past the output shaft 224. Due to this action alternative conveying device can operate with envelopes increased thickness or with irregular contours, without damaging the envelope. It can also be noted that the nature of convex rollers 284 is such that the rollers provide a similar traction when moving the envelopes in an outward direction by the transporting device. This technical solution can facilitate the rejection of envelopes in transporting the device that you want to return to the user. Convex rollers can also facilitate the movement of the transporting device of feet of empty envelopes that because of a fault when loading grappled and which may be removed from the transporting device only as part of the foot. This may occur, for example, with certain types of envelopes, with the reeds, and who accidentally mutually grappled or due to contamination or due to faulty workmanship stuck to each other. Of course, it should be noted that the reconstruction, described in connection with the convex rollers, are provided as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation can be used other ways.

Another advantageous aspect of the presented implementation mechanism 120 receiving envelopes is that the mechanism can be more easily performed with the use of different types of ATMs. This is achieved by allowing the passage of section 218 of delivery horizontally next curved part 215 by changing distances. This solution may be appropriate to use the mechanism in different types of ATMs, in which the position of the components in the ATM relative to the holes of the outer end may vary. Fig-44 shows an example of the design used to implement the invention, to provide different lengths of section 218 of delivery.

In the present embodiment, the section 218 it consists of two mutually siteplease sections 290 and 292. Section 292 of delivery in this embodiment, is located near the outer end 122 and has a structure related to the outer rollers and the shaft. Section 292 includes side walls 236 positioned at the angle of the slots 238. Also on Fig and 43 shows that section 292 has a surface 294 of the base plate with openings 296, which is equipped with support rollers 22 of the tape, under output rollers 222. In the present embodiment, the surface 294 has the opposite transverse ends, forming a supporting shaft pockets 298, which are part 299 shafts (Fig), and on these shafts are rollers which are held in the above-mentioned openings in the assembled host. Section 292 also has a slot 300, through which the movable contact fingers relating to the sensor 248 envelopes. Section 292 also contains located at an angle introductory surface 302. Introduction surface 292 in this embodiment, serrated to cooperate with the sealing element 246 described below.

Section 290 also has side walls 304 and the surface 306 of the base plate. Surface 306 has openings 308, which includes supporting belt rollers, and also supporting shaft pockets 310, similar pockets 298. In the present version of section 290 of the surface 306 also has a slot 312 to enter them in your fingers relating to the sensor envelope, in the middle of the transporting device and passing through these slits. Sections 290 and 292 also have mounting holes 214 that is used for installation of other structures, such as the rib 250. Of course, these designs are just an example, and you can use other ways to implement or others is in many designs.

According pig section 290 has a front end, passing down the wall 316 with the location of the installation petals 318. Between the installation petals 318 is made of a hollow. Section 292 is held down U-shaped wall 320. U-shaped wall 320 has cutouts 322. U-shaped wall 320 has such a configuration, according to which side of the U-shaped wall are separated from each other by a sufficient distance to accommodate between them the wall 316 section 290. The notches 322 are of such a size and are arranged in such a way that the petals 318 are aligned with them and hook them. This is shown in Fig. When the petals and cut-outs are in mutual engagement, the walls 236 and 304 of sections 290 and 292 are essentially aligned, and the adjacent part surfaces 294 and 306 of the base plate. According pig in this embodiment, where the converging section, rounded to allow movement of the envelopes or other means in this connection to the land, thus minimizing the risk of jams.

Also in the present embodiment, section 292 has eyelet 324. The eyelet 324 has a hole 326. Hole 326 is aligned with the hole 328 of the side wall 304, when the sections 290 and 292 are in assembled position. The mounting device (not separately shown) passes for a contact hole 326 and the holes 38, to hold the sections in a fixed position.

Also according pig section 290 contains one curved portion 330 wall with openings 332 in it. Section 290 also has lugs 334 with holes 336. These designs are similar to the structures used to connect sections 290 and 292, and you can use them for engagement section 290 with another conveyor section, for example with a horizontal section or with the upper end of the curved plate 214.

In this embodiment, section 218 of delivery, which passes horizontally outward between the face of the ATM and the curved part of the transporting device can have a different length depending on the length and number of sections. Therefore, depositing the envelopes mechanism in the present embodiment can be used in several types of ATMs. And used construction easily assembled and minimize the risk of jamming of the envelopes as they travel between sections of the conveying device. Of course, these designs are just an example, and in other embodiments, the implementation can use other structures.

In the present embodiment, depositing mechanism 120 is used the sealing device in order to minimize the risk of unauthorized access to the protractor is usamu device and to the inner volume of ATM to access there are valuable objects. In the present embodiment, the shutter (shutter) is located near the outer end 122 and controls access through the opening 244. In the present embodiment, the valve operates in such a way that provides access through the opening only when the controller instructs the ATM to issue envelope to the user, or when the ATM conducts the transaction, in accordance with which the envelope is deposited in the machine. Of course, the described structures and methods are given as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation can be used other ways.

According Fig-50 of the sealing element 246 is configured to rotate on the hinge 338. The hinge 338 rests on the side walls 236 transporting section 292. The sealing element 246 and the hinge are located behind the frame 242. In this embodiment, the frame 242 contains forward wall 340 and the side wall 342. Here, the side walls are held back from the front wall and over the flap and the outer end of the section 292 to minimize the risk of unauthorized access attempts at the ATM. The frame 242 has an upper wall 344 and the bottom wall 346. Top and bottom walls are also located above the valve and the end of the section 292 to minimize the risk of unauthorized pop the current access to the ATM. Of course, these designs are just an example, and in other embodiments, the implementation can be used other ways.

In the frame 242 are wall 348, 350, limiting hole 244 on the upper and lower sides, respectively. Rim 244 also has side walls 352, tapered towards the inside. Wall 348, 350 and 353 form a constriction in the form of a funnel to facilitate the movement of the envelopes in the hole 244 and out. Another front wall 340 of the frame has a hole 354. In the present embodiment, the hole 354 allows you to see the user such illuminated devices, such as LEDs, which selectively illuminate the actuating signals of the controller. The controller lights the lighting device so that the user paid attention to the opening 244 at appropriate times during the transaction. This may occur, for example, when the device generates an envelope to the user and/or when the user must enter the envelope in the device. In some embodiments, the implementation of a lighting device can light up a different color and/or can erupt with varying frequency actuating signal of the controller. This can help to direct the user's attention ATM at appropriate times. Of course, these methods Pref is brought as an example.

According pig presents flap 246 is passing out part 356. Passing out part 356 in the closed position of the valve, according pig, is located on the inner side of the top wall 348 of the frame. Due to this reduced the risk of unauthorized access to the interior of the ATM, when the shutter is closed.

According Fig flap 246 also includes a lower passing inside part 358. Passing inside portion 358 has a multitude of spaced transverse grooves, representing essentially a toothed surface in the present embodiment. This surface is mutually engaged with many ledges, elongated in the direction of movement of the envelopes, for transporting the device, and also referred to here as the zippers 380. In the closed position of the valve the tabs pass through the tooth introducing surface 302 of the base 294. This presents the embodiment, the mutual engagement of the protrusions, teeth, passing inside part 358 and gear introducing portion 302 in the closed position of the valve 246, helps minimize the risk of unauthorized attempts of penetration into the ATM. This is possible due to the fact that the deformation of the damper when attempting unauthorized penetration can cause the locking flap and stuttering adjacent structures to prevent opening this WA the and. The design presents a variant implementation reduces the possibility of obtaining access to the interior of the ATM using hacking tools and other devices.

In the present embodiment, the actuating element 360 is movably mounted in supporting connection with section 218 of delivery, Fig. The Executive element 360 in this embodiment, is arranged to move back and forth essentially transversely to the direction of movement of the damper along the lines of arrow V by the action of mutually siteplease pins and slots 362. In this embodiment, the slots 364 have extended the rounded end, through which you can maintain the enlarged heads of the pins 366. The configuration of the extended end portions of the slits is such that the actuating element can engage with and out of engagement by pins in certain positions. The result is reduced risk that the Executive member may withdraw from engagement with its supporting pins in any position during its operation.

In the present embodiment, the actuating element has a slot 368 for a Cam adjacent to its front end. The slot for the Cam is limited in the Executive element is a curved surface. Cam followers element 370 is connected with the valve 246 and n is located in engagement with the slot 368 in the Cam. Also in this embodiment, the slot 368 has an expanded section 372 at the far end. Extended section 372 is a slot for a Cam located behind the place in which the Cam followers the item is, when the valve is moved between open and closed positions. Extended section is used for ease of Assembly by providing access to the head 370 spy Cam element to pass into the slot for a Cam. As is the case with other designs of pins and guides when the head is shifted from the extended area in the slot for a Cam, as it always happens during normal operation of the mechanism, the enlarged head can not exit slits for the Cam.

According Fig Executive element 360 has a toothed section 374, with which it is operatively connected. Gear section engages with the rotary gear 376, driven by a drive (not separately shown). The actuator rotates the gear wheel selectively in both directions, the actuating signal of the ATM controller. In the present embodiment, the state of the valve is determined by monitoring the position of the element.

During operation of the ATM, when the sealing element 246 to open the actuating element 360 is moved perednia position, shown on Fig. In the result, the Cam followers element 370 slot 368 in the Cam moves in a relatively low position in a substantially horizontal end portion of the slot in the Cam. Since the Cam followers element is located on the opposite side of the hinge 338 passing inside part 358 of the valve moves up next hole 244. This position of the valve shown in Fig and allows objects passing on the conveyor device.

The moving element 360 back moves the Cam followers element 370 in an intermediate position in the middle part of the slot 368 (Fig and 48). In this position the valve 246 is located between the open and closed positions. A further shift element 360 back from the position indicated on Fig and 48, moves the Cam followers element through engagement with a curved surface bounding the slot, essentially horizontal upper end portion 378 of the slot 368 in the Cam. In this position the valve is moved in the forward closed position (Fig). According pig and 47 of the upper end part of the slot in the Cam runs essentially horizontally and is directed slightly downwards orientation. In the present embodiment, this reduces the risk that satorialist can be open, forcing to move the actuating element 360. This is because the external force applied to open the valve, not causes Cam followers element 370 is to apply pressure to the Executive element 360, a progressive move it in the direction of the arrow V. of Course, these solutions are given as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation you can use other technical solutions.

As mentioned above, in the present embodiment, the frame includes protrusions that are with her in operative connection and called zippers 380. Zipper 380 in this embodiment, are engaged in the notches in passing inside part 358 of the sealing element 246 and the gear input surface 302 of the base 294. Zipper 380 pass in the direction of transportation and locked between the holes in the elements when the door is in the closed position. These zippers can also provide resistance to deformation and to prevent unauthorized opening of the sealing element. Of course, these designs are just an example, and in other embodiments, the implementation you can use other technical solutions.

Also in the embodiment, for situations that may cause the diamonds in the ATM and which otherwise may create problems or withdraw cash from the system, you can use the controller circuitry or programming of the controller. These situations can sometimes arise when users leave the fingers or other objects in the hole transporting device when the flap should move from the open position to the closed. Other possible situations can be caused by moisture in the vicinity of the valve, with subsequent freezing, if the ATM is located outside the room. In this case, the ice can prioroity valve. Another situation: envelope issued from the mechanism to the user, or envelope, the introduction of which could be initiated by the user, remained in the opening under the flap.

In the present embodiment, the controller and their respective controls at least one parameter of the moving valve depending on time. In the embodiment, the controlled parameter is current, and the controller compares a normal characteristic of current versus time for normal opening and/or closing of the valve with the profile of current versus time available for each opening or closing of the valve. In the present embodiment, this is accomplished by controlling the current selection in time for the actuator that moves the gear 376. These comparisons performed during the opening and closing paragraph which help identify unwanted or unusual condition, the controller operates in accordance with its program to eliminate the malfunction or minimize damage due to these conditions.

For example, if the valve is frozen onto closed due to frozen water or for any other reason, the profile of current versus time available when the controller opens the shutter, will show a strong current within a short period of time after issuing the command to open the valve. Executed by the processor, the comparison of the profile of the current on time with the expected profile will show this abnormal condition to the controller, which then will act according to the programmed commands to cancel subsequent attempts to open the shutter, and/or indicate the problem to the user and/or service personnel. In some embodiments, the implementation of the program controller can give ATM is the ability to perform the transaction, even if the deposition cannot take place. In some embodiments, the implementation of the controller can also act in accordance with its program to execute such further corrective action as the transfer drive gear of the actuator to vibrate mode described above using stepper motors to eliminate the hindrance of movement. Alternative or additionally, con the roller may include heaters, enter defroster zone valves or perform some other action that may be relevant to the return of cash in the normal operation condition. The controller can continue to work after you perform a corrective action or to repeat corrective action, or take other corrective action, if the problem is still not resolved.

In other exemplary cases, the user may not remove his fingers from the area of the open valve or to leave other objects. In these cases, the scheme and/or a processor that compares the profile of current versus time available to drive the moving element, detects a difference between really existing profile and normally expected profile. In these cases, the controller can act on their programs: causing a reversal of the moving element in the opposite direction to open the valve. Alternative or additionally, the controller can act on their programs to eliminate congestion. Alternative or additionally, the controller may operate the conveyor belt and/or issue and/or to take back one or more envelopes from the transporting device to eliminate obstacles.

Alternative or additionally, the controller is in ATM, comparing available in this situation, the profile of the current on time with expected under normal circumstances, profile, can according to their own program to perform the steps of selectively depending on the nature of the existing profile. For example, the existing profile of current versus time indicates a moderate and/or gradually increasing the current selection when the door assumes the closed position, it may indicate the presence of the fingers, envelope, or other essentially soft material. Alternatively, if there is a rapid increase of the current selection, then this may indicate that the transporting device introduced solid or tool. This may indicate an attempted break-in or other problem, what you need will be reported to the appropriate institution. This can be accomplished by the method according to U.S. patent No. 5984178, the content of which is included here as a reference. Alternatively, an ATM or a corresponding device can capture and record images of the user and/or ATM. This can be accomplished by the method according to U.S. patent No. 6583810, the content of which is included here as a reference. The controller can perform actions according to its program in response to this profile.

In some embodiments, the implementation of the control profile of current versus time in this situation is its comparison with the expected profile of current versus time can be combined with other measured characteristics, as the position where the flap meets the obstacle, the definition with the obstacle area of the valve, the temperature of a given area of the valve; or to combine with other sensors to the controller was able to make electoral decisions taken action. Of course, these solutions are given as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation may use other or additional technical solutions.

According to the above, in the present embodiment uses a recording device having an ink jet printer. According pig in this embodiment, the inkjet printer 382 has a removable cartridge, which is installed with the nozzles of the printhead near the plate 214. During operation of the inkjet printer ink vipyskaetsia of the printhead nozzles for applying the system of markings on the envelopes that pass through the transporting device in supporting connection with the plate 214. In the present embodiment, inkjet printer deals labeling, directing the paint through the hole in the described below wiping device 384.

In the present embodiment, provides a mechanism to capture the excess paint is not applied to the envelope, and which also helps to keep the envelope you want the position. In the embodiment, this is accomplished by using a manifold 386 paint. Shows the performance of the collector paint performs the role of capacity and is essentially hollow body 388 and the cavity 390 in it. The cavity 390 has a hole 390. Hole 392 is located above the nozzles of inkjet printer 382 in the working position of the collector (Fig). With this paint, the output of the printhead nozzles can be arranged in the cavity 390 in the housing 388 through hole 392, if the envelope or other object is not present between them in transporting the device.

Presents the execution collector 386 has a head part 394. The head portion 394 has a pair of directed outward shoulder 296, ending with articulated fingers 398. In the embodiment, the fingers 398 removable manner engage with the opposite walls bounding the area above the curved plate 214 to provide the hinge installation. In addition, the fingers 398 engage with these walls, so that the collector had the ability to rotate them in well below the goals and the possibility of offset holes 392 to the location of the nozzles.

In the present embodiment, the housing 388 operatively connected to the swinging door 400 in the role of the element of access to the internal cavity in the manifold. The door 400 is configured to rotate the hinge 402 to access p is lost 390. The door 400 in the present embodiment, is made integral with it the locking protrusions 404, which undocking engage with receiving grooves 406 in the side walls of the housing 388, bounding the cavity 390. The door 400 provides convenient access to the interior cavity to clean it from paint.

In the present embodiment, the collector 386 housing 388 includes a Cam surface 408. The Cam surface 408 due to its shape forcibly moves the envelope and other objects inside in supporting connection with the plate 214 to move to the nozzles of an inkjet printer 382. Case 388 also includes a Cam surface 410. The Cam surface 410 due to its shape forcibly directs the envelope or other objects moving outward past the inkjet printer to the plate 214 and to the nozzles of the printer. In the present embodiment, essentially flat surface 412, which has a hole 392, passes between the Cam surfaces 408 and 410. Of course, this design is cited as an example, and in other embodiments, the implementation can be applied to other technical solutions.

In the present embodiment, the collector 386 cavity 390 includes a part which is below the hole 392. Therefore, the paint, which can pass into the cavity through from Artie, flows from the inner side of the cover and the walls bounding the cavity, and is collected in the bottom under the opening. In the embodiment, according pig on which the cavity is shown in cross-section, the cavity is made the threshold 414 so that the paint accumulated in it on the bottom side of the threshold at a certain distance from the hole 392 to a level vertically higher than the hole 392. This design provides a longer action of the collector prior to its cleaning or replacement.

The paper presents options for implementation may encounter situations when the command controller ATM will print marking on the envelope, when no envelope will not be on it. In this case, the paint comes out of the nozzle through the opening 392 and is captured in the cavity 388. Otherwise, the ink may accumulate on other surfaces in the device and may cause it to malfunction. Additionally or alternatively, aimed the wrong paint can accumulate on envelopes, rollers or other surfaces that may interfere with the proper labeling envelopes. In addition, the inkjet printer must be checked periodically and will need to clean the inkjet nozzles for ink, which can become clogged. In the presented variants of designs this check can be done when the OTS is accordance envelopes, as the paint can be trapped in the cavity design of the collector. In addition, this design also eliminates the need to use cotton swabs or other similar means, is sometimes used in printers to remove excess paint, which can be captured in the absence of any object. In alternative embodiments, the reservoir can include sensors or on its inner or outer surface to define the operational characteristics of the printer.

Another useful aspect of the exemplary design of the collector is that the body shifts to the pins up with respect to the nozzles of the printhead cartridge. In this case closes the jet nozzle and reduces the risk of accumulation of dust on them from the air. In addition, the Cam surface 408 and 410 are sent envelopes and/or other objects by an inkjet printer in an appropriate position near the inkjet nozzles for printing on them. Another useful aspect of the presented implementation is that the design of the pins and shoulders allow easy disconnection of the body from the mechanism to allow replacement or cleaning. In addition, the folding door, bounding the cavity also provides the ability to collect paint and more convenient cleaning its internal surface is resti. Of course, we explain here the technical characteristics are given as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation may use other or additional characteristics.

Also in the present embodiment, the service nozzles inkjet printer 382 is performed by moving the wiping device 384. As mentioned above, in the present embodiment, wiping the device overlaps the area of the nozzles of inkjet printer 382 and has openings through which may vypuskajutsa ink from the nozzles. This is shown in the operative position of the element 384, shown on Fig. Wiping the device 384 is elastic wiping part 416, held down, and is in contact with the surface of the ink-jet printer having a nozzle for paint. A pair of opposed pin elements 418 passes out from the wiping device 384 to the back and over the cleaned part.

According pig and 54, the front end 420 wiping device 384 operatively connected to the lever 210. In the present embodiment, wiping the device can be easily detached from the lever by means of a connection consisting of a shaft and latches. The lever 210 is rotated in response to movement of the guide walls 196, with the drive unit 200. This is due to the action of the cleaning roller head 208, the action is the future on the Cam surface, operatively connected with the lever 210.

According Fig wiping device 384 is arranged to move in the slot 422 of the plate 214. Near slots, pins 418, installed a pair of inclined portions 424. Originally wiping device is essentially flush with the located on the plate surface engagement with the deposited object. Actuating movement of the guide walls 196, the roller 208 Cam gears on the lever 210. The lever 210 is moved and moves the wiping device 384 to the right, shown in Fig-57. When moving a wiping device 384 it goes and stays in the slot 422. When wiping the device 384 is moved forward, the pins are moved upward into engagement with the inclined portions 424. As a result, the pins 418 are moved up and on the upper surface of the plate 214. In this position the cleaned part 416 continues to pass into the slot.

When moving forward wiping device 384 washing a part 416 is moved forward through the jet nozzles. Then wiping force is attached to the cleaned part by contacting wiping device 384 surface 412 located on top of the casing 388 collector 386. After wiping the device 384 moves to the fully forward position, the controller drives the action Pref is on, to return the guide wall 396 in its original position. While wiping the device 384 is moved to the left, resulting in a cleaned part 416 again wiping the inkjet nozzle. Wiping the device finally returns to the position in which the upper surface is flush with the plate. This wiping action eliminate the accumulation of ink near the nozzles and retain their proper working condition. Also in the present embodiment, these steps ensure the proper performance of the jet nozzles, are performed together with the movement of the guide walls, which provides for the capture of empty envelopes and receive envelopes containing deposits the container. Therefore, because of the relationship between the valve functions taking envelopes and care of head of action on care of the nozzles of the head are performed when the ATM uses the printer. Of course, this solution is given as an example, in other types of exercise you can use other technical solutions.

In the present embodiment, maintenance procedures you can perform to service and/or replacement inkjet cartridge, manifold paint and/or wiping the device. In the embodiment, the service begins with unlock lock the La access to the Cabinet with drawer, which is transporting the unit. According to the article below for the explanation in the embodiment, the base 144 depositing mechanism adjustably mounted on the carrier, so that it can be protruded from the ATM for easy maintenance. According to the following more detailed explanation of this movement regulate, to minimize the risk that staff or persons having access to the Cabinet with drawer, will receive improper access to the deposited objects. Therefore, in some embodiments, the implementation of staff having access to the storage portion of the cash machine and who is allowed to delete contains deposits the container to move the depositing mechanism from an ATM, it can be done, resulting in the carrying out of maintenance work is facilitated even more.

In the present embodiment, the collector 386 can be performed with a fast off from supporting connection with the housing by detaching the pins 398, passing on the head part, from SitePlayer grooves on the housing. Therefore, the collector can be removed from the nozzles of an inkjet printer and from the ATM. Then the staff can open the door 400 on the manifold to get access to the internal cavity and remove gathered in her CR is of the SSI. Alternatively, staff can replace the reservoir with paint another collector, in which there is accumulated paint. Service personnel can then place exempt from the ink manifold or a replacement manifold in operative connection with the housing of the ATM by engagement of its pins with the case.

In addition, preferably simultaneously with the removal of the collector from the ATM service personnel to clean or replace the wiping device. This can be done by disconnecting the wiping device 384 of the lever 210. This disconnect will allow wiping the device, including the washing part, to move out of the holes in the plate 214, which is usually wiping the device. After removal of the wiping device staff can clean and/or inspect wiping the device, place it in the specified hole and then connect wiping the device with the lever. Alternatively, staff can replace the wiping device to a new. In this case, will be installed replacement wiping device into the hole of the plate, and the lever is again connected. Usually it is better to replace the wiping device when removing the collector; the collector will be re-installed in the movable sacal the Institute with the case after re-installation of the wiping device.

Alternative or additionally, during maintenance of the collector and/or wiping devices you can replace the cartridge 383 inkjet printer. As mentioned above, the printer cartridge is installed with the possibility of its removal in supporting connection with the housing. This setting is preferably done by using a deformable elements that provide for engagement of the cartridge and provide otmelivaetsja detach from the body and also from the electrical connections to the cartridge. Replacement cartridge can then be set in engagement with the housing. According to some methods of maintenance personnel can replace the cartridge without removing the manifold or wiping the device or may remove and/or replace some objects without replacement of other objects. This will depend on the specific circumstances and reasons for the maintenance.

Usually after the service staff includes the ATM to test the transporting device and the printer. This can be done, for example, by passing the envelope through the conveying device and print markings on it. In the present embodiment, staff does at the ATM one or more inputs to the controller gave the command to the printer to print the check m is Kirovka to verify proper operation of the printer. After you have checked the printer and the action of the transporting device, the case can be closed and return the cash machine in operation. Of course, these methods are given as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation can be used other ways.

Containing deposits the container 128 and its corresponding structure used in the present embodiment, further described with reference to Fig-66. According to the presented variant of implementation, the container 128 has a body 426, usually made of hard plastic. The housing 426 has a couple passing in the outer direction of the edge parts, which is the locking edges 428 and horizontally when the container is in the working position. The protruding portion 430 passes through the container essentially vertically above the edges 428. In this embodiment, the protruding portion has many holes 432.

The dimensions of the frame 434 is selected such that the hook protruding portion 430. Frame 434 has a protruding locking elements is arranged to mesh with holes 432 serving part. According pig frame 434 has a surface located above and under the protruding part 432.

Essentially flexible louvered door 436 engages with the frame 434. Louvered door 436, prepact the tion is made of plastic and is essentially rigid end portion 438 and essentially flexible portion 440. Flexible portion in this embodiment consists of the United transversely passing valves (LPS). The end part 438 is essentially hard passing up the ledge 442, the purpose of which is explained below. Cross the ends of the flexible part 440 have a lot of T-shaped closing protrusions 444. According pig frame 434 is performed in-depth track 446 on each lateral side. The protrusions 444 included in the track and can move in it.

Cover 448 is attached with snap on frame 434. Cover 448 has a track 450, which corresponds to the track 446 and is located above the tabs 444. The tracks form a surrounding track, which limits the movement of the protrusions of the cover. Cover 448 engages with the frame 434 is fixed, so that after their mutual connections cannot easily be separated, and therefore, the protrusions 444 attached to the louvered door can slide in the tracks 446 and 450 for selectively opening and closing the louvered door openings 452, which passes through the cover. When moving the louvered door is in the open position the flexible portion of the door moves into the container. In the present embodiment, the cover 448 also has a hole 454 to install therein a cylindrical tperemoga key lock. Otheremail key lock in the hole 454 can be used on lesofat in the below order. Also in the present embodiment, the arm 456 pivotally mounted in connection with the eyelets 458, which are molded in the housing 426.

In the present embodiment, contains deposits the container 128 with the possibility of its removal is installed in the storage part of the ATM. When this option implementation in the storage part may have access to only authorized persons. However, in this embodiment, other components of the depositing mechanism, such as components on the basis of 144, installed in the storage part and beyond. Although this implementation facilitates the maintenance of these components outside of the storage part, it may pose some risks. Non-accredited individuals who have access to the ATM outside the storage part can attempt to gain access to the inside contains the deposits of the container through the opening 204 of the pallet, which corresponds to the opening in the separating wall, bounding from above the storage part. This can be done by moving mechanisms that provide envelopes and move the envelope in the outer end 122 and out of it. In the variants of implementation, according to which the mechanisms established in supporting connection with the storage part so that impede removed the Y. these mechanisms, this technical solution can provide the appropriate protection.

In other embodiments, the implementation may be desirable to facilitate maintenance depositing mechanism installed above the protected storage part. In some embodiments, implementation, this is done by inserting the base 144 in movable supporting connection with the carrier 460 (Fig). In the present embodiment, the rails are in supporting connection with the separation wall, and can be used to move the substrate and depositing mechanism, and components on them from the working position to facilitate their maintenance. In some embodiments, the implementation of the access door for maintenance behind the ATM, leading to the wardrobe, you can unlock and open, and the base and other relevant components can be moved on the carrier 460. Because these variants implementation there is a risk that unauthorized persons may gain access to the area above the storage part and to move the mechanism to access the hole in the envelope at the top of the storage part, it may be advisable to provide a mechanism to reduce this risk. In the embodiment, this is done by means of the locking mechanism shown in Fig-66.

According to the presented variant of the block is its mechanism, the container 128 is installed in the secure storage portion by engagement of the lower side of each edge 428 along each marginal side of the container from passing inward protrusion 462, located on each side of the container (see Fig). Due to the protrusions 462 container can be entered into operating position and out when the door is protected storage part unlocked and opened. In the present embodiment, the orientation of the container and door storage part such that the container cannot be inferred from the operating position until the door is opened storage part. Latch 464 locking mechanism, is pivoted on the hinge 466 has a protrusion 468. The protrusion 468 aligned with an opening 470 in the separation wall, limiting the storage portion, and in contact with the opening 472 in the base 144, when the base is in the working position.

When containing deposits the container 128 is installed in the working position into the storage portion, the latch 464 engages with the cover 448, resulting in the protrusion 468 goes all the way up and engages with the hole of the base 472. This is shown, for example, on Fig and 64. In this position, the protrusion 468 base 144 may not move in the carrier 460 the maintenance position, in which the depositing mechanism is moved from the opening of the envelopes. Therefore, when containing deposits the container is in the storage part so that it can contain deposits that unauthorized persons having access to the closet, basically can not move the core is a cation, to gain access to the hole in the storage part for subsequent deposits.

But in the circumstances, when the storage part is opened and contains deposits the container is removed from it, indicating that the authorized person has gained access to these deposits, the base can be moved in connection with the carrier 460. It becomes possible for the reason that contain deposits cassette drops latch 464, removing the protrusion 468 from the hole 472. This ensures move to the base 144 in supporting connection with the carrier 460 in the position in which the depositing mechanism passes out of the housing. Of course, we must mention that this method is cited as an example, in other types of exercise you can use other locking mechanisms.

Another advantageous aspect of the invention is to automatically open the louvered doors, when containing deposits the container is introduced into the working position, and automatic locking louvered doors, when containing deposits the container is removed from the ATM. In the present embodiment, this is done by using the locking mechanism 476 shown on Fig and 67. The locking mechanism 474 has a rotary element 476, which is operatively connected with operamin key cylinder and to the activities performed can be rotated from the outside of the cassette with the appropriate key in amperima key cylinder. The rotation element 476 counterclockwise according Fig causes the engagement and the clockwise rotation of the latch 478 on the hinge. Latch 478 has a locking protrusion 480. After it is moved to the open position the locking protrusion being temporarily held in her dog 482. Dog 482 has continued 484, which holds the latch 478 in the unlocked position, counteracting the deflecting force of the spring 486, which forcibly moves the latch 478 in the counterclockwise direction.

In the embodiment, access to the latch 482 is carried out through the opening 488 in the frame 434. The flat part 490 dogs 483 shifted to the doorway under the bias force of the spring 492 (shown schematically).

The trailing ledge 494 performed on the inner surface of the end portion 438 louvered doors 436. The ledge 494 gears locking protrusion 480 on the latch 478, when the latch 478 is in the position shown on Fig. In the present embodiment, due to this it is possible to place the louvered door and holding it in closed position. According pig and 67, after opening the key lock latch 478 held in position according pig dog 482 in engagement with it. In this position the louvered door can be opened and closed, because the trailing ledge 494 can freely move is rotated in the region near the locking protrusion 480 and out of him.

Then, if the door is ready to be locked by moving the dog 484, the latch 478 will move under the bias force in the position shown on Fig. This is usually done by introducing a lever pin or other protrusion through the hole 488 to hook flat portion 490 dogs. After the latch 478 is moved to this position, then close the louvered door will cause the engagement of the trailing ledge 494 with latch 478 and hold it in engagement with him, while the rotary element 476 is not rotated counterclockwise through tperemoga key lock. This is done in accordance with the embodiment of the present invention to provide the possibility of introducing containing deposits of the container in its working position; and then as a result of this louvered door containing deposits of the container is automatically closed and will be locked when it is deleted.

According Fig passing down siteplease lever 496 gears upward protrusion 422 louvered doors when you move the container into position in the ATM. When moving containing deposits of the container in position and when the lock is in otokoto position, louvered door opens through sliding movement, you need to install it in place. In the present variant is NTE implementation containing deposits the container can be set open or closed louvered door and if the door is closed, it will be opened during installation. And siteplease lever according to a variant implementation is in recess 498 made in the end portion 438 louvered doors (see Fig). Due to this siteplease lever gears louvered door in the recess 498 so that when containing deposits the container is removed from the ATM, then the louvered door is moved to closed position. Then the additional force applied to the container, moves siteplease lever 491 of deepening and allows you to delete the containing container deposits from the ATM.

Also in the embodiment, the pin is installed in the appropriate position relative to the containing deposits of the container in the housing of the ATM so that when containing deposits the container is fully inserted into the working position, the pin passes through the hole 488 and moves the pawl 482. Therefore, although the locking mechanism 474 is initially in the open position according Fig when the container is inserted into the ATM, the tripping pawl moves the lock in the position shown on Fig when the louvered door is open. Then, when containing deposits the container is removed, the locking protrusion 489 gears trailing ledge 494, holding the louvered door in the closed position to protect the deposits in it, until the container or road which is unlocked by the staff, with the appropriate key. Due to this simplified treatment of the deposited objects and minimizes the risk of loss. Also in the embodiment, because the components of the container are described above construction, the attempts of unauthorized access to deposits in the container will leave immediately noticeable signs of receipt of unauthorized access. Of course, these solutions are given as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation you can use other technical solutions.

Another useful aspect presents case for containing deposits of container is that, although the design is such that indicate the fact of attempted penetration, however, authorized personnel can replace the louvered doors if that is worn or otherwise needs replacement. According pig and 61 presents an implementation option track 446 in the frame 443 has on its lower part brittle part, as specified section 500. The cover 448 has a recess 502 in an edge above the track 450 corresponding to the breaking portion 500. Of course, it should be noted that although these features are shown on only one side of the container, options for implementation have these signs in tracks located on each side.

According Fig brittle section 500 can break on the od of the Oh side when the door is opened, and then became the movable part moves up on one side in the recess 502. The result will be facing the inside of the hole in the track. Then by moving the louvered door in the direction of the arrow X and down inside the container, roll-up door can be separated from the tracks by moving the projections of the tracks. After it is separated from the tracks, the louvered door can be removed from the container through the hole and install a new louvered door with protrusions 444 passing in the tracks. Then brittle section can be returned to its original orientation, limiting the track, and a new louvered door will operate according to the method mentioned above. Next door, you can move previously broken section 500 in the recess. Thus, in the embodiment, the louvered doors that can break, wear out or be damaged, can be replaced by authorized persons without disassembly and reassembly of upper parts of the cassette. Due to this facilitated the implementation of embodiments with providing essentially permanent attachment of the various components; and it provides stated above properties by providing guidance in fact attempt to discover the containing deposits of containers. Also in alternative embodiments done by the means of frangible section can have its own section limiting the track and movable, but which does not need the initial failure surface bounding the track. In this description of "breaking section" is the section made with the possibility of deformation of separation from adjacent surfaces to allow the louvered door to separate from the track regardless of whether the damage to the item. Of course, these signs are just an example, and in other embodiments, the implementation you can use other technical solutions.

As mentioned above, in the present embodiment, the base 144 on which components are installed depositing mechanism located outside the storage part movably set in supporting connection with the carrier 460 of the housing. Due to this, a depositing mechanism can be removed from the enclosure for maintenance and then return mechanism back into position. In these embodiments, the implementation of the frame 242 on the outer end 122 of the transporting device must be aligned with the corresponding hole on the front of the ATM. When it is necessary to ensure the alignment of the frame with these holes in the front side. To minimize the need for precise alignment of the front side in some embodiments, the implementation section of the front side in the track with which the Association with the body, made with the possibility of their movement in relation to other parts of the front side. This is shown in Fig and 70 in connection with the exemplary face plate 504. The front plate 504 is in operative connection with the outer face of the ATM. The plate is mounted so that it is movable in two (2) measurements in relation to him. This interaction is achieved in the present embodiment, due to the structure of a sandwich, but can also be used and other technical solutions.

According pig rear part of the front plate 504 includes a pair of side rails 506 and a vertical guide 508. Also in this embodiment, the front plate 504 includes protrusions 510, forming a recess, in which the frame 242 may be placed in the alignment.

As a result, when depositing mechanism is moved from the maintenance position, in which it emerges from the ATM on the guides 460 in the working position, the frame 242 gears rails 506, 508 and 510 and moves the front plate 504 relative to the front side in the correct position, resulting in hole 512 in the front plate corresponds to the location of the rim and the hole receiving deposits in a frame. It should be noted that this implementation eliminates the need to provide technologyreview relative position between devices and face, as the movable front plate can compensate for minor misalignment. Of course, it should be noted that these characteristics can be applied to other devices that need to match with the face of the ATM. Of course, it should be noted that these structures are explained in connection with the depositing mechanism, are exemplary, and in other embodiments, the implementation you can use other technical solutions.

Presents implementation options allow the controller and other circuits of the ATM to determine the conditions that may indicate the status and problems depositing mechanism or other components of the ATM. In this embodiment, this is accomplished by sensors, schematically shown on Fig. These sensors in the embodiment, contain the output sensor 248, which determines the envelope or other objects near the outer end 122 of the transporting device. In addition, this embodiment of the invention has a sensor 514 mid-transporting device, similar to the sensor 248, which determines the envelopes or other objects in the transporting section and which can be used in conjunction with the detecting fingers, which are driven according to the above explanation in the slots 312 in section 290. The above-mentioned sensor 232, which also can the t to be similar to the sensor 248, specifies the envelopes or other items on the plate near the gap 188. The sensor 516 position of the valve determines the position of the valve position actuator 360. Internal sensor 518 valve determines the position of the guide plate 196 relative to the base 144. In the embodiment, at least two (2) sensor used to help define the guide walls in different positions. The sensor 520 of fullness of the container is provided in a region through which the envelopes are held in the container to determine whether filled container. Also, the sensor 522 having a container is provided for determining a tape is inserted in proper position in the ATM. Finally, the sensor 524 printhead determines the position and other properties of the printhead. Of course, these sensors in their respective positions in the mechanism are given as an example. You can also use additional or other types of sensors. Also in connection with the exercise of these functions, you can use a different sensor types. For example, despite the fact that the contact sensors mentioned in connection with the output sensor 248, the sensor 232 and sensor 514 mid-transporting device, it is possible to use an alternative or additionally, other types of dates is of IKI, such as sensors, radiation sensors, inductive sensors, sound sensors, capacitive sensors, voltage sensors, current sensors, or other types of sensors.

The paper presents a variant of implementation, the sensors are usually monitored for state changes and send signals indicating to the controller or other circuits on any state change. Thus, when the controller does not give a command to the mechanism in the function that calls this event, an asynchronous event is celebrated by appropriate means of the software. The nature of this event is celebrated, and the controller may perform an action in accordance with its program to perform proper function. For example, if the object is defined in transporting device sensor the middle of the transporting device when the controller was not included in order to direct the object on the conveying device, the controller can be programmed to indicate an abnormal condition. The controller can inform the appropriate service organization or other institutions for possible unauthorized disclosure of cash.

Similarly, when the ATM will envelopes or envelopes, the controller operates in accordance with the program to determine, carried the t are the sensors the proper steps in the proper sequence and at the appropriate time. These events are compared during operation of the controller with the stored data in the information warehouse, corresponding to the sequence of events expected during these actions. If in the course of these actions results in abnormal event or an abnormal sequence of events, the computer will act in accordance with their programs to correct the abnormal event and/or to register unauthorized autopsy and report them. For example, if a user requests a transaction, Deposit, and if the valve is automatically moved to the open position, the presence of this object is determined by the output sensor on the transport device to determine the envelope sensor 514 mid-transporting device, it is likely that someone is trying to enter a hacking tool in conveying device. In these cases, the controller can give ATM command to move the guide wall 196 in closed properly position to prevent access to the containing deposits the container. Similarly, the controller can give the command according to its program to send the message to the appropriate staff notification of suspected unsealing. Additionally or alternatively, the controller can command the corresponding cameras or is trojstva alarm to give a message about this event and to record such information, as images showing men who worked with ATM during the event. Of course, these solutions are given as examples, and in other embodiments, the implementation you can use other technical solutions.

Presents ways to implement the described relative to the deposited objects, which are the envelopes, but the principles of the invention are not limited to these objects. The principles of the present invention can be applied for tickets, receipts, payment orders, bills and other types that can Deposit to enter into the ATM or to extradite them from him. In addition, the described principles can be applied to situations where the operators of such systems need to take cash deposits or other objects. Specialists in the art from the above descriptions will be obvious to many alternative technical solutions in the framework of the principles described here.

Thus, the described devices and methods to solve at least some of the above stated objectives, eliminate difficulties encountered during use of the devices and systems of the prior art, solve problems and provide the mentioned above results.

In the above description certain terms of use which were undertaken for the sake of brevity, clarity and explanation, but not followed by unnecessary restrictions, as these terms are used for descriptive purposes and involve a wide interpretation. In addition, provide descriptions and explanations are given as examples, and the invention is not limited to the shown and described in detail.

In the following claims any feature, specified as the tool to perform the function shall be construed as including any means known to experts in the art as capable of performing the referenced function, and it should not be regarded as limited to any particular means mentioned mentioned above in the description or its equivalents.

After presenting signs, erections and principles of the invention, the method of its creation and action, and the resulting advantages and expedient results non-novel and useful structures, devices, elements, arrangement, parts, combinations, systems, equipment, actions, methods and relationships are set forth below in the attached claims.

1. ATM / cash machine, comprising a housing; at least one input device in supporting connection with the housing and configured to receive at least one input from each user of the ATM; the mechanism of lending the cash in supporting connection with the housing; the container that contains the empty envelopes and in supporting connection with the housing; a container containing the Deposit envelopes and in supporting connection with the housing; depositing mechanism that moves the empty envelope containing a blank envelope of the container through the opening for the Deposit, passing through the body out of the ATM, and moves adopted in the hole for the escrow Deposit envelope in the container that contains the Deposit envelopes.

2. ATM / cash machine according to claim 1, characterized in that the frame includes upper Cabinet and secure storage portion under the upper Cabinet, and it contains an empty envelopes container access is in the upper Cabinet and containing deposits the container is located in a protected storage part.

3. ATM according to claim 2, characterized in that it also contains the door of the Cabinet movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing and configured to control access to the interior of the Cabinet, and also has a locking Cabinet, operatively connected to the Cabinet door and configured to move between a locked and odomknutim provisions, and in the locked position of the padlock Cabinet Cabinet door prevents access to the interior of the Cabinet.

4. ATM according to claim 3, characterized in that it also contains a door of the storage part, movably mounted in supporting the connection with the housing and configured to control access to the interior storage part, and also has a locking storage portion in operative connection with the door of the storage portion and configured to move between a locked and odomknutim provisions, and in the locked position of the padlock storage part of the door prevents access to the interior storage sections.

5. ATM according to claim 4, characterized in that it also contains a dividing wall in the housing, with the dividing wall separates from each other the inner space of the storage part and the inner space of the Cabinet, and the dividing wall has a hole for the Deposit, while depositing mechanism skips the Deposit envelope into the hole for the Deposit.

6. ATM according to claim 5, characterized in that the depositing mechanism movably mounted in supporting connection with the separation wall, and in the open position of the Cabinet door, depositing mechanism can move in supporting connection with the separation wall from the operating position to the position of the service, while depositing mechanism out of the case.

7. ATM according to claim 6, characterized in that the container is empty envelopes movably mounted in supporting connection with the separation wall.

8. ATM according to claim 7, characterized in that the container is empty envelopes mounted in supporting connection with the depositing mechanism, pricing position maintenance depositing mechanism, the container blank envelopes out of the body.

9. ATM according to claim 6, characterized in that the container containing the Deposit envelopes, movably mounted in supporting connection with the body.

10. ATM according to claim 9, characterized in that the container containing the Deposit envelopes, configured to move between a receiving position of Deposit, and Deposit containing envelopes container takes a Deposit the envelopes through the hole for the Deposit, and the designated position, which contains Deposit envelopes container is withdrawn from the hole for the Deposit, not to take a Deposit envelopes through the hole for the Deposit.

11. The ATM of claim 10, characterized in that it also contains a locking mechanism in operative connection with a Deposit containing envelopes container and depositing mechanism, depositing mechanism is protected from displacement in position of service, when containing Deposit envelopes container is in the position of receiving deposits.

12. ATM in claim 11, wherein the depositing mechanism movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing using at least one carrier, and in the position of taking deposits containing Deposit envelopes container excluded the possibility of moving in supporting connection depositing mechanism to position the EAC is uzywane at least with some of the sled.

13. ATM / cash machine on item 12, characterized in that the containing Deposit envelopes container is protected from movement in a given position, if the lock storage part not shown in otokoto state.

14. ATM / cash machine on item 13, characterized in that the containing Deposit envelopes container made with the possibility of operative engagement with the door storage part and is prevented from movement in a given position, if the door of the storage part is not moved, to allow access into the interior of the storage part.

15. ATM / cash machine on item 12, characterized in that the containing Deposit envelopes container is installed with the possibility of its removal in supporting connection with the housing, while containing Deposit envelopes container made with the possibility of his removal from the storage part, when the lock storage part takes otokoto position.

16. ATM in claim 11, characterized in that the blocking mechanism has a movable siteplease the element, who promptly gears containing Deposit envelopes container in the receiving position of the Deposit and is detached from the Deposit containing the envelopes of the container when the container is moved to the given position.

17. ATM / cash machine on item 16, characterized in that it also contains a movable flap, with the flap in the designs can be moved to selectively block the holes for the Deposit.

18. ATM / cash machine on item 16, characterized in that it also contains at least one controller in the housing and at least one actuator in operative connection with at least one controller and at least one controller is selectively into action to move the flap.

19. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the at least one controller operatively connected with a cash advance, the device cash advance gives cash in response to the action of at least one controller.

20. ATM according to claim 19, wherein the depositing mechanism also includes a print head, and depositing mechanism operatively connected to at least one controller and at least one controller gives a command to print the printhead markings on Deposit envelopes, roaming depositing mechanism between the hole for Deposit in the housing and the hole for the escrow Deposit envelopes in the dividing wall.

21. ATM in claim 20, characterized in that it also contains the mobile wiping device configured to communicate with the print head while wiping device mutually operatively connected with the valve, while wiping the device moves when you move the flaps

22. ATM / cash machine on item 21, characterized in that it also contains at least one roller, gear, at least one Cam, and the valve and wiping device operatively mutually connected through at least one roller and the Cam.

23. ATM / cash machine on claim 20, wherein the depositing mechanism contains the gripper is empty envelope made with the possibility of moving one at a time empty envelope from the container blank envelopes, in response to a controller command.

24. ATM / cash machine on item 23, characterized in that the gripper operatively interconnected with the valve; and when the valve moves, the gripper gears envelope and forcibly moves it from the container blank envelopes.

25. ATM / cash machine on point 24, characterized in that the container is empty envelope holding the foot of empty envelopes in supporting connection with the supporting floor; and when the flap is moved, the reference floor is also moved relative to the body.

26. ATM / cash machine on point 24, characterized in that it also comprises at least one Cam, and the valve and the gripper operatively connected via at least one Cam.

27. ATM / cash machine on point 24, characterized in that it also contains a movable wiping the device, and the mobile wiping device is in configured to communicate with the printhead, while wiping device operatively interconnected with the flap and the gripping device and the wiping device is moved while moving the flap.

28. ATM / cash machine, comprising a housing, at least one input device in supporting connection with the housing and configured to receive at least one input from each user of the ATM; cash advance mechanism in supporting connection with the housing; containing Deposit envelopes container in supporting connection with the housing, and containing Deposit envelopes container adapted to hold the feet of empty Deposit envelope and has a supporting floor, adapted for contact with an end of the envelope bounding the lower end of the foot; at least one movable gripping element close to the supporting floor, is arranged to engage and move the end of the envelope of the foot in the first direction from the Deposit containing the envelopes of the container; at least one releasing element, essentially prevents movement of the other envelopes in the foot, in addition to the limit of the envelope of the Deposit containing the envelopes of the container; at least one transporting device adapted to move the end of the envelope, which is moved in the first direction from the foot to the hole for the Deposit of the which passes through the housing, moreover, the envelope in the hole for the Deposit are accessible from outside the case.

29. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the supporting floor movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing, and the supporting floor is moved vertically relative to the at least one gripping element, whereby in the first vertical reference floor limit envelope is located vertically above the at least one removing member and the second vertical reference floor end sleeve engages at least one gripping element.

30. ATM / cash machine on clause 29, wherein the at least one gripping element forcibly moves the lower side end of the sleeve in the first direction, and at least one releasing element contains at least one elastic relieving surface, siteplease upper side end of the envelope and providing resistance to movement of the end of the sleeve in the first direction.

31. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one gripping element forcibly moves the lower side end of the sleeve in the first direction and at least one releasing element contains at least one elastic relieving surface, siteplease upper side end of the envelope and providing resistance AC is the envelope in the first direction.

32. ATM / cash machine on item 30, characterized in that it also includes a bias device, thus displacing device displaces downward elastic relieving surface.

33. ATM / cash machine on item 30, wherein the at least one elastic relieving surface has a tapered surface, an angled further down with increasing distance from the foot in the first direction.

34. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the at least one elastic relieving surface has a tapered surface, an angled further down with increasing distance from the foot in the first direction.

35. ATM / cash machine on item 30, wherein the at least one gripping element has many moving parts, transversely separated from one another with respect to the first direction, and at least one releasing surface is located between a pair of directly adjacent movable elements, with end sleeve, gear with at least one removes surface, attached to the transverse wavy configuration.

36. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one of the multiple gripping elements contains at least one serrated portion, and at least one serrated portion being gear with one end of the envelope, making further Wuxi is s, to move the end of the sleeve in the first direction.

37. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the set of gripping elements have the upper spans of the many endless transporting belts.

38. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a movable support, while supporting floor movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing by means of the movable bearing and the movable bearing is separated in a second direction opposite the first direction relative to the at least one removing member.

39. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a movable clamping plate configured to be placed in the storage area of the blank envelopes, and a pusher plate adapted to move the foot towards the support of the floor.

40. ATM / cash machine on 39, characterized in that the clamping plate movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing and configured to move between bias the position in which the clamping plate is held in the container is empty envelopes and slips a foot down, and the regulation of access in which the push plate out of the container blank envelopes, and in the provision of access empty envelopes suitable for input at least one container is empty envelopes or remove it.

41. Bunco is at on p, characterized in that when moving between the shifting position and the position of the access pusher plate is moved vertically and rotatable relative to the body.

42. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains the hole for the Deposit for the reception of the deposited material located in the housing and between the removing member and the at least one handling device, and the deposited material may be received in the hole for the Deposit and to move at least one conveyor device to the hole for the Deposit.

43. ATM / cash machine on 42, characterized in that it also has a containing the deposited material container mounted in supporting connection with the housing, and the deposited materials are moved to the hole for the Deposit through at least one of the movement conveying device containing the deposited material container.

44. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains containing the deposited material container mounted in supporting connection with the housing, and the deposited materials can be taken in the hole for the Deposit and move at least one of the movement conveying device containing the deposited material container.

45. Ban OMAT in 42, characterized in that it also contains a movable valve and actuator in operative connection with the valve, the actuator selectively moves the valve between a blocking position in which the valve blocks the hole for the Deposit, and an open position in which the deposited material can pass through the hole for the Deposit.

46. ATM / cash machine on 45, characterized in that the supporting floor operatively interconnected with the valve and moving the valve relative to the housing supporting the floor is moved between the first vertical position and a second vertical position.

47. ATM / cash machine on 45, characterized in that it also comprises at least one Cam in operative connection with the floor surface, the floor surface is moved in response to the action of at least one of the Cam.

48. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a plate element being movably mounted horizontally in supporting connection with the housing, with the plate element contains the valve in supporting connection with him, and the plate member has at least one slot, at least one Cam is moved in response to engagement with at least one slot.

49. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains minicamera one controller in the housing and at least one printhead, made with printed markings on Deposit envelopes in transporting the device, and at least one controller operatively connected to at least one of the printhead and the drive.

50. ATM / cash machine on 49, characterized in that it also includes a wiping element mounted for movement in supporting connection with the housing and adapted for contact with the print head while wiping device operatively connected with the plate element and the wiping element moves when you move the plate element.

51. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one carrier, while the plate element movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing using at least one carrier and

also contains containing the Deposit materials, the container is configured to move between a receiving position of the Deposit, where the Deposit materials can move through the hole for deposition in the inner region containing the Deposit materials of the container, and assigned a position in which the inner region is not accessible through the opening for the Deposit, and also contains a locking mechanism in operative connection with the plate element and the holding Deposit materials in a container, moreover, the moving plate element in supporting connection with the carrier is limited by a locking mechanism, when containing the Deposit materials container is in the position of receiving deposits.

52. ATM / cash machine on 51, characterized in that it also contains at least one controller and at least one stepper motor in operative connection with at least one controller and at least one stepper motor operatively connected at least with one of the many conveyor belts, and the controller gives a command to the stepper motor for the implementation of vibration of at least one tape.

53. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one controller and at least one stepper motor in operative connection with at least one controller, at least one stepper motor operatively connected to at least one gripping element and promptly responding to at least one controller to implement the vibration of the at least one gripping element.

54. ATM / cash machine comprising a housing; an input device in supporting connection with the housing, receiving at least one input from each user of the ATM; the mechanism of delivery of sheets in TNA is a word connected with the housing and configured to issue sheets from the ATM; the dispenser envelope having a surface supporting an empty envelope and adapted for supporting feet of empty envelopes; at least one gripping element is configured to move close to the supporting surface; a drive operatively connected with the supporting surface; and an actuator moves the support surface relative to the housing so that the limiting stop limit envelope resting on supporting surface which operatively engages one gripping element and moves relative to the foot; at least one conveying device for conveying end of the envelope after it is moved relative to the foot to the hole for Deposit in the housing and the envelope are accessible from outside the housing.

55. ATM / cash machine on item 54, characterized in that it also contains at least one removes the element at at least one gripping element, and at least one releasing element has at least one located at an angle relieving surface, and located at an angle relieving surface gears limit envelope and substantially prevents movement of the foot other envelopes, in addition to the limit of the envelope.

56. ATM / cash machine on item 54, characterized in that it also contains the opening for depositing the housing, when this limit envelope is moved into engagement with at least one handling device over the hole for the Deposit, and Deposit the envelope insertion into the hole for the Deposit to be deposited in the machine, is moved into the housing at least one conveyor device and move to the hole for the Deposit.

57. ATM / cash machine, comprising a housing; at least an input device in supporting connection with the housing, receiving at least one input from each user of the ATM; the mechanism of cash; transporting device configured to transport the Deposit of interest between the hole for Deposit in the housing and a storage area deposits in the body; a print head for printing markings on Deposit objects transported by the transporting device; wiping device movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing and configured to communicate with the print head; an actuator in operative connection with the wiping device; at least one controller in the housing, and at least one controller operatively connected to at least one input device, a mechanism for issuing cash handling device, the printhead and the drive, p. and this at least one controller gives a command wiping device for contact with the printhead.

58. ATM / cash machine on 57, characterized in that the wiping device has an elastic cleaned part, with the printhead has a nozzle for paint, and cleaned the part moves through the nozzles.

59. ATM / cash machine on 57, characterized in that it also contains a valve movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing, the valve configured to move between a blocking position in which it passes between at least one transporting device and the storage area of deposits, and an open position in which Deposit the objects can be moved from the conveying device in the storage area of the deposits.

60. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the damper operatively connected to the actuator, whereby the flap and wiping device operatively connected.

61. ATM / cash machine on 58, wherein the transporting device comprises a plate having a surface mesh of the object, and at least one adjacent span transporting tape near the surface of the mesh object, and when washing a part of the wiping device is not in contact with the nozzles, the outer surface wiping device passes essentially flush with the surface of the mesh object.

62. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that depositioned moved by the transporting device in the first direction, while wiping the device moves in the first direction, moving the cleaned part above the nozzles.

63. ATM / cash machine on item 62, wherein the plate has at least one guide surface in supporting connection with it, and at least one guide surface directs the cleaned part to move through the nozzles.

64. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a movable plate in supporting connection with the housing, thus wiping device operatively connected to the plate and moves in response to its movement, and the plate has a flap in supporting connection with her, with the valve in response to the moving plate moves between a blocking position in which the flap is held between the conveying device and the storage area of deposits, and an open position in which the valve does not pass between the conveyor device and the storage area of the deposits.

65. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains the dispenser is empty envelopes in the housing, the dispenser is empty envelopes selectively delivers a blank envelope from inventory empty envelopes at the ATM, empty envelope is delivered to the conveyor device in the hole for the Deposit.

66. ATM / cash machine on p different is eat, the dispenser is empty envelopes operatively connected to the plate and blank envelope in response to the movement of the plate.

67. ATM / cash machine on 58, characterized in that it also has a reservoir in operative connection with the housing, and the tank contains a hole opposite the nozzles, and the hole capacitance takes the ink out of the nozzles, which is not applied to the Deposit objects.

68. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that capacity also contains an internal cavity and at least one threshold, which is held in the internal cavity, and at least one threshold allows the collection of paint in the cavity, without escaping from the tank through the hole.

69. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the container has a movable element access is made to move relative to the vessel, and a movable element access provides access to the cavity in the container.

70. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that capacity movably mounted in supporting connection with the body.

71. ATM / cash machine on item 70, wherein the container movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing using a hinge.

72. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the nozzle is directed essentially up, when this capacity is located essentially above the print head, and the capacity for rotary offset e is movement around the hinge, and forces the openings of the containers to be located near the nozzles.

73. ATM / cash machine on item 72, wherein the container contains a first contour of the outer surface such that the Deposit objects moving from hole to Deposit to storage area deposits, hook the first contour of the outer surface and forcibly moved to the nozzles.

74. ATM / cash machine on item 70, wherein the Deposit objects moving from hole to Deposit to storage area deposits, hook and move the container relative to the body.

75. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains in the body of the dispenser is empty envelope, the empty envelopes are moved by the transporting device from the unit of issue envelopes to the hole for the Deposit.

76. ATM / cash machine on item 75, wherein the container has a second contour of the outer surface and the second contoured outer surface directs envelopes, moving on transporting the device to the hole to Deposit, to move between the nozzles and the opening of the container.

77. ATM / cash machine on item 70, wherein the capacity of the removable mounted in supporting connection with the body.

78. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the container passes over the nozzles, and the tank contains an internal cavity for paint, and the cavity is held vertically under the CTE is rstam capacity.

79. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that capacity movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing, and the container is in contact with a Deposit objects on the conveying device and is moved by them.

80. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also includes a tank having an internal cavity, and the capacity adjustably mounted in the support removable connection with the case, while the nozzles direct the paint on the creature up, and the tank has a hole, essentially aligned with the nozzles, and the ink from the nozzles, is not applied to Deposit objects, enters the hole of the container, and the container has at least one cavity, limited internal threshold, and the paint flowing into the container through the opening in the vessel, is retained in the cavity, and due to the threshold being excluded her the output from the tank through the opening in the tank, and the tank contains a mobile element access, and access to the paint in the cavity for removal is provided by movement of the rolling element when the tank contains at least one contoured outer surface, and at least one envelope of empty envelopes and Deposit objects moving in the first direction for transporting the device in contact with at least one to Tournai outer surface and as a result he is sent between the nozzles and the opening of the container.

81. ATM, containing cash advance mechanism; a printer having a nozzle; a transporting device transporting the Deposit objects in the ATM machine, and the printer prints marking on Deposit interest due to release ink from the nozzles, wiping the device installed in the ATM can be moved and adapted for wiping nozzles.

82. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the Deposit objects include at least one object of the following objects: Deposit envelopes, blank envelopes and sheets.

83. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a removable tank having an internal cavity for paint, and the hole capacity essentially opposite the nozzles, and the ink from the nozzles, is not applied to Deposit the objects passes through the opening in the container.

84. ATM / cash machine, comprising a housing; a cash advance mechanism in supporting connection with the housing; at least one input device in supporting connection with the housing and receiving the inputs of each user of the ATM; transporting device transporting objects between the hole in the housing, and access to objects in the hole exists on the outside of the ATM, and at least one storage area of interest in the case; transporting device having essentially smooth bearing surface having distorting Yanou part; at least one movable span transporting belt, a shift in engagement with the curved part of the bearing surface, while the objects move between the hole and at least one storage area being between at least one span of the transporting belt and the curved part of the bearing surface, forming a structure of a sandwich.

85. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also comprises at least one first bias roller movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing and movable from the bearing surface, at least one first bias roller displaces at least one flight transporting of the tape to the curved part of the bearing surface, and at least one first bias roller is located near the first end of the curved part of the bearing surface.

86. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also comprises at least one second bias roller movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing and configured to move from the bearing surface, and at least one second bias roller displaces at least one flight transporting of the tape to the curved part of the bearing surface, and at least one second bias roller is located near the second is th end of the curved part of the bearing surface, and the second end is located essentially opposite the first end.

87. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a spring, and at least one second bias roller is shifted to the bearing surface of this spring.

88. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the at least one second bias roller includes a pair of spaced apart rollers in contact with one span of the conveyor belt, each of the rollers is shifted to the bearing surface through the efforts of at least one plate spring.

89. ATM / cash machine on p, wherein the curved portion includes at least one hole, and at least one support roller is located in at least one hole.

90. ATM / cash machine on p, wherein the curved portion includes at least one hole, and at least one support roller is located in at least one hole.

91. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one hole is limited transversely by a pair of opposite recesses, each support roller operatively connected to opposite parts of the shaft, passing from them, and each of the parts of the shaft is located in the recess.

92. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one the hole is limited transversely by a pair of opposite recesses, each support roller operatively connected to opposite parts of the shaft, passing from him, and each of the parts of the shaft is located in the recess.

93. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the at least one support roller is aligned with at least one span of the belt gears and at least one flight of the conveying belt when the object is not on the transporting device between at least one flight of conveyor belt and at least one support roller.

94. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the bearing surface has a lot of transversely spaced slots, and many moving sensor elements, each sensor element is located for movement in each of the slots, and the objects moving on the transport device, gear, and move at least one of the sensor elements in the result are determined by the transporting device objects.

95. ATM / cash machine on p, wherein the bearing surface includes a multitude of transversely spaced slots, and many moving sensor elements, each sensor element can be moved is located in each slot, and moving on a conveying device objects hook and moves the t at least one sensor element, resulting defines objects for transporting the device.

96. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one output roller near the hole for the Deposit and at least one endless transporting the tape in supporting connection with at least one output roller, at least one endless conveyor belt has at least one section of tape.

97. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one output roller movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing and configured to move from the bearing surface.

98. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also comprises at least one support roller in supporting connection with the housing and beneath the at least one output video.

99. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one output shaft, and at least one output roller is in supporting connection with at least one output shaft, and at least one output shaft movably mounted and vertically, and a turning point in supporting connection with the body.

100. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a pair of spaced essentially vertical side walls, passing near the holes for the Deposit, and each is I the side wall has a slot, when the output shaft is configured to move in the slot and relative to the slits.

101. ATM / cash machine on item 100, wherein each slot is angled slot, and the slot is closer to the hole for deposition with increasing distance from the bearing surface.

102. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one rail in supporting connection with the housing, and at least one guide directs the objects moving on the conveying device, at least one output roller at least one output shaft.

103. ATM / cash machine on item 100, characterized in that it also comprises a pair of opposite rails, with each rail is in supporting connection with one of the side walls, while the guides direct the objects moving on the conveying device, at least one output roller at least one output shaft.

104. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also comprises at least one convex roller in supporting connection with at least one output shaft.

105. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a movable outlet valve movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing and selectively re usausausa to block access between the handling device and the outlet.

106. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one flight of conveyor belt is in supporting connection with at least one output roller near the outlet, and at least one output roller movably mounted and rotatable and vertically in supporting connection with the body.

107. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one output roller is in supporting connection with the output shaft; also contains at least one rail, and at least one guide directs the objects moving on the conveying device, at least one output roller underneath the output shaft.

108. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one output roller is in supporting connection with the output shaft; also contains at least one convex roller in supporting connection with the output shaft.

109. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains intermediate part, and an intermediate portion includes the outer part of the bearing surface, while the intermediate part with removable engaged with the transport device, and the output shaft is in supporting connection with the intermediate part.

110. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the conveying device content is t intermediate part, and continuing part with removable engaged with the transport device, while the intermediate part includes a part of the bearing surface.

111. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the storage area of interest contains a storage area of the Deposit envelope, and Deposit the envelope is moved into the housing from the opening in the housing for transporting the device in a storage area of the object.

112. ATM / cash machine on 111, characterized in that it also contains the dispenser is empty envelopes in the housing, and the empty envelopes are moved in transporting the device to the hole in the hull.

113. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a gap in the housing near the first bias roller and Deposit envelopes, moving along the transporting device is moved into the storage area of interest through the gap.

114. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that empty envelopes issued by the device issuing the ATM is moved through the gap and engage with a span of transporting tapes, and blank envelopes are moved by the transport device to the hole in the hull.

115. ATM / cash machine on 114, characterized in that it also contains a valve movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing, the flap is made with the discerning business is using its movement under the gap.

116. ATM / cash machine on 114, characterized in that the housing contains the storage part and the Cabinet, separated from each other by a dividing wall, and the hole for the Deposit is held in the separation wall under the gap and Deposit envelopes are moved through the opening for depositing in the storage area.

117. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains a movable containing deposits the container, a removable manner prescribed in the storage part, and containing deposits the container limits the storage area.

118. A method of operating an ATM, according to which

a) moving the Deposit envelopes at the ATM execute moving shaft mounted in the cylindrical hole of the roller supporting transporting the tape to move the Deposit envelopes for engagement and input, at least one passing radially inward of the deformable pin connected to the roller housing in an annular recess of the shaft to provide resistance to axial movement of the roller relative to the shaft; (b) turn the pulley to the shaft, at least one pin passing in the specified annular recess, so that the hook conveyor belt Deposit envelope into the ATM.

119. The method according to p, characterized in that c) the movement of the shaft is otnositelno cylindrical opening roller carried out near the second end of the housing opposite the first end for engagement of the annular flat surface of the housing of the roller with radially directed outward annular surface ledge on the shaft.

120. The method according to p, characterized in that the ring gear flat surface with the surface of the ledge at the stage (C), when at least one pin is introduced into an annular recess of the shaft at the stage (b).

121. The method according to p, characterized in that at least one pin is shifted inward in the axial direction outward from the first end of the cylindrical hole of the roller,

d) turn the pulley to the shaft, at least one pin is held in the annular recess.

122. The method according to p, characterized in that the housing has United with him many passes in the radial direction inside of the pin, and the step (d) is the set of pins move in the annular recess.

123. The method according to p, characterized in that also move the shaft relative to the at least one slot of the housing in response to engagement of the Deposit envelope with tape.

124. The method according to p, characterized in that hold the shaft in one cylindrical hole in another case one roller ATM; move the shaft relative to another one of the cylindrical openings for engagement with at least one other passing in the radial direction inside of the pin connected to one another in case one of the other annular recess of the shaft, and engages at least one other pin with one of the other annular recess of the shaft resists axial movement of one roller relative to the shaft.

125. The method according to p, wherein one another pin come near one another, the first axial end of one of the other corps and move the shaft relative to one another cylindrical openings for engagement with one another annular flat surface near one another the second axial end of one of the other of the first end, and one other passing radially outward annular surface of the ledge on the shaft.

126. The method according to p, wherein one of the annular flat surface of the roller gears one other surface of the ledge of the shaft, and at least one other pin goes to one another annular recess.

127. The method according to p, characterized in that in stage (b) the shaft is moved relative to the cylindrical hole in the first axial direction, the shaft move relative to one another cylindrical hole in the second axial direction, opposite the first axial direction.

128. The method according to p, characterized in that also turn one other roller relative to the shaft, at least one other pin in the ring groove.

129. ATM / cash machine, having a housing in which movably mounted shaft in supporting connection with the housing and transporting the tape in operative engagement with the roller,to move cash from the ATM, in the roller housing has a through cylindrical hole adapted to allow the shaft of the ATM, the roller has an annular flat surface opposite to the first end of the through cylindrical apertures near its second end, with the annular flat surface is arranged to mesh with the passing radially outward annular surface of the ledge on the shaft, and the roller is made to rotate in supporting connection with the shaft and is held in axial position relative to the shaft, lots of passing in the radial direction inside of the deformable pins in a rigid supporting connection with the housing near the first end of the through cylindrical holes when the pins are adapted to engage the annular grooves on the shaft and prevent axial displacement of the roller relative to the shaft.

130. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that each pin passes radially inward and axially outward in the first direction relative to the body of the roller, with the pins when engaged with the annular recess prevent the movement of the body in the first direction relative to the shaft.

131. ATM / cash machine, comprising a housing; a cash advance mechanism in supporting connection with the housing; a hole passing in the housing, and the objects move at measures which in the case and out through the hole; the valve movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing and configured to move between a closed position in which the flap closes the access from the outside into the housing through the opening, and an open position in which access into the housing from the outside through the opening; a frame made around the hole, and the frame and flap have at least one protrusion of mutual engagement and the recess in the closed position of the valve at least one projection is in the notch.

132. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains the Executive element having a curved surface; and the valve is moved between open and closed positions in response to movement of the control element.

133. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the damper when moving between the open and closed positions is moved essentially perpendicularly to the Executive element.

134. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the ATM also includes a conveying device, passing in the ATM near the hole, and transporting device is limited essentially vertically passing through the side wall, while the actuating element movably mounted in supporting connection with the side wall.

135. ATM / cash machine on p notable h what about the flap pivotally mounted in supporting connection with the side wall.

136. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the damper operatively connected to the side wall by at least one hinge and also includes Cam followers element in operative connection with the valve, while the Cam followers, the item is moved in engagement with a curved surface, and the flap is located on the first side of the hinge and Cam followers element is located on the second side of the joint opposite the first side.

137. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the curved surface restricts the slot in the Cam, through the Executive element.

138. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the slot for the Cam has an increased area, and Cam followers element through the slot in the Cam in the enlarged area of the slot in the Cam, when the Cam followers element is separated from the enlarged area of the slot in the Cam, the Cam followers can not detach from the slot.

139. ATM / cash machine on p, wherein the frame includes at least one side wall, and at least one lateral wall extends at least one hinge.

140. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the actuating element is moved essentially horizontally, and curved on Ernest contains at least two essentially horizontally passing the end part and at least one middle portion between the end portions, when this valve is moved between open and closed positions when the Cam followers of the element gears at least one middle part.

141. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the actuating element is moved essentially horizontally, and a curved slot has two passing essentially horizontal end parts and the middle part between the end parts, and the valve is moved between open and closed positions when Cam followers the item is moved to the middle part, while the enlarged part of the slot for a Cam restricts at least one of the end parts.

142. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also comprises at least one pin in supporting connection with the side wall, and the Executive element contains at least one Executive slot, and at least one pin extends at least one Executive of the slot and is arranged to move in relation to it, and the actuating element moves in supporting connection with at least one pin when moving the valve between open and closed.

143. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one Executive slot has an enlarged portion, and at least one STI whom t may pass through at least one Executive slot only in its enlarged portion and cannot detach from the Executive of the slot, when at least one pin is not located in an enlarged portion of the Executive of the slot.

144. ATM / cash machine on p, wherein when moving the actuating element of the valve between open and closed positions, at least one pin is not located in an enlarged portion of the Executive of the slot.

145. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the conveying device comprises at least one roller of at least one shaft, while the shaft is in supporting connection with the side wall.

146. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the side wall has at least one vertically passing through the slot of the shaft, the shaft movably mounted in the slot of the shaft.

147. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the conveying device moves the objects are essentially in the first direction, and at least one protrusion and the recess is made elongated in the first direction.

148. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the flap is held inside the part, and passing inside part has at least one notch.

149. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that at least one projection is in supporting connection with the frame near the lower side of the hole.

150. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the frame and passing inside part have a lot of co is but siteplease protrusions and grooves.

151. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the flap is held in the outward portion near its upper end, while in the closed position of the valve passes toward the outside part is over the hole and passes behind the rim.

152. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains contains deposits the container in the housing, and transporting device passes between the hole and containing deposits the container, causing the conveying device moves the Deposit envelopes to Deposit containing envelopes container.

153. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains contains Deposit envelopes container in the housing, and transporting device passes between the hole and containing Deposit envelopes container while transporting device moves the Deposit envelopes to Deposit containing envelopes container.

154. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains the dispenser is empty envelopes in the housing, permitting the blank envelopes, and blank envelopes are moved by the transport device to the hole.

155. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains the dispenser is empty envelopes in the housing, permitting the blank envelopes, and blank envelopes are moved n the transporting device to the hole.

156. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also comprises a gear portion in operative connection with the actuating member, the actuating element is arranged to move the toothed part.

157. ATM / cash machine on p, wherein the transporting device comprises a plate, the plate has a lot of slots, the slots are elongated in the first direction; also contains many elements of the sensor movably installed in the slots, resulting in the possible definitions of objects on the conveying device.

158. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one rail in supporting connection with the side wall, and at least one guide directs the objects moving to the shaft for transporting the device, underneath the shaft.

159. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one rail in supporting connection with the side wall, at least one guide directs the objects to the shaft for transporting the device, underneath the shaft.

160. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one controller in operative connection with at least one actuator, and at least one actuator moves the toothed portion p and the controller determines the characteristics of the power consumption of the actuator, applied to close the valve, and instructs the actuator to move the valve to the open position in accordance with a defined characteristic.

161. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains an actuator in operative connection with the valve and at least one controller in operative connection with the actuator, and at least one controller determines the resistance provided to the actuator moving the valve in closed position, and gives a command for opening the valve in accordance with defined thus resistance.

162. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one illumination device in supporting connection with the frame, and at least one lighting device operatively connected to at least one controller and at least one controller instructs the at least one lighting device to perform lighting at least at the time when the valve is in the open position.

163. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains at least one controller in the ATM; also contains at least one illumination device in supporting connection with the frame, and at least one controller controls the opening and closing of the valve and turning on at m is d one lighting device, when the damper is in the open position.

164. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains the face plate movably mounted relative to the housing, the rim engages with the front plate.

165. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the conveying device movably mounted relative to the housing, and the front plate has a front opening, the front plate is in operative connection with at least one front rail, at least one facial guide directs the frame in front of the hole, when the transporting device is moved relative to the body.

166. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that the front plate is moveable relative to the housing and vertically, and horizontally, with at least one guide directs the frame and vertically, and horizontally.

167. ATM / cash machine on p, characterized in that it also contains the face plate movably mounted in supporting connection with the housing; the front plate operatively gears frame and is moved relative to the housing due to this engagement.

168. A method of operating an ATM, according to which (a) move the flap near the hole of the cash containing device cash advance between the open position and acritum position using the actuator; moreover, in the open position at least one object may pass through the opening and in the closed position, the hole is blocked by the valve; (b) during at least part of step (a) control at least one parameter of the actuator; (c) analyzing at least one parameter controlled in the step (b) as a function of time, using at least one controller in the ATM; (d) actuating at least one controller, so that the ATM has performed at least one action in response to step (with).

169. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes a step for moving the flap.

170. The method according to p, wherein step (d) comprises the application to the vibration damper by means of the drive.

171. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes heating the valve.

172. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes the use of de-icing material for the flap.

173. The method according to p, wherein step (d) include notification to the third party remote from the ATM.

174. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes recording data corresponding to the at least one image created by the device capturing the image.

175. The method according to p, characterized in that toecap (d) involves the transfer of data, corresponding at least one image to a remote location.

176. The method according to p, characterized in that in step (d) at least one controlled parameter is the current selected at least one drive.

177. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes the step of determining at least one of the designated profile of the current time.

178. The method according to p, wherein step (C) includes comparing at least one specific profile with the expected profile, which corresponds to normal operation of the valve.

179. The method according to p, characterized in that in step (d) at least one ongoing action selected from a set of possible actions, reacting at least one action according to which at least one of the profile is changed relative to the expected profile.

180. The method according to p, wherein step (C) includes determining the relative location between the open and closed positions of the valve, when the movement of the valve is resistance.

181. The method according to p, characterized in that in stage (a), the valve moves from the open position to the closed position, and the step (C) includes determining the collision of the valve with hard or soft object in time move to the closed position.

182. The method according to p, characterized in that the damper controls access to the receiving the Deposit transporting device, and ATM / cash machine contains contains container deposits, while the movable flap is arranged to move in the ATM between the handling device and containing deposits the container, and the step (d) includes the step of moving a valve to block the area between the conveying device and the container.

183. The method according to p, characterized in that (e) determine the object at least one sensor near conveyors; (f) using at least one controller determines that the given object is not defined in expected sequence; when the valve is closed in step (d), depending on the stage (f).

184. The method according to p, characterized in that in stage (b) at least one controlled parameter is the current allocated at least one drive.

185. The method according to p, wherein step (C) includes determining at least one of the profile being defined at least one parameter depending on time.

186. The method according to p, wherein step (C) includes the step of comparing at least one defined profile with the expected profile, suitable for the normal operation.

187. The method according to p, characterized in that in step (d) at least one action select at least one controller from the set of possible actions that you can try, reacting at least one action according to which at least one of the profile is changed relative to the expected profile.

188. The method according to p, characterized in that in stage (a), the valve moves from the open position to the closed position, and in step (C) identify where the flap meets resistance between open and closed.

189. The method according to p, characterized in that in stage (a), the valve moves from the open position to the closed position, and in step (C) determine, does the valve when moved to the closed position with a hard or soft constraint.

190. The method according to p, characterized in that in step (d) take the action that is dependent on hard or soft constraint, which is determined at the step (C), facing the flap.

191. The method according to p, characterized in that a hole is a hole for the Deposit, after which the ATM accept Deposit interest, and prior to step (a), (e) open the valve for receiving the Deposit of object;

(f) using at least one sensor in the ATM Oprah is elaut, this Deposit input object passed to the ATM; and the step (a), the valve moves from the open position to the closed position.

192. The method according to p, characterized in that a hole is a hole to Deposit at an ATM, through which empty envelopes give users; and before stage (a) (e) open the valve to produce an empty Deposit envelope from the ATM;

(f) using at least one sensor in the ATM determines that an empty Deposit envelope taken from the ATM; and the step (a), the valve moves from the open position to the closed position.

193. The method according to p, characterized in that it also provided for transporting the device object in the ATM, and the objects move in the ATM at least either the hole using a transporting device, or from the hole, and in transporting device includes multiple sensors, and more

(e) determine at least one object in the ATM at least one sensor; (f) determine whether to wait the definition of the object during its defining at least one controller; (g) in response to step (f), where it is determined that the object is not expected to determine at the time of its determination, actuate at least one controller, h is usually used to perform at least one programmed action.

194. The method according to p, characterized in that the at least one controller gives a command to perform at least one transaction and has at least one sequence of events defined by the sensors when the transaction is executed, and in step (f) determines whether the given object in at least one other sequence.

195. The method according to p, characterized in that the ATM is inside containing deposits the container and a movable valve, the movement of which controls access to the container through the opening, and the step (g) includes a flap closure.

196. The method according to p, wherein step (e) comprises attaching the damper vibration from the drive.

197. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes heating the valve.

198. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes the use of de-icing material for the flap.

199. The method according to p, wherein step (d) include notification to the third party remote from the ATM.

200. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes recording data corresponding to the at least one image, the device capturing the image.

201. The method according to p, wherein step (d) includes data corresponding to at Myung is our least one image, in remote location.



 

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