Storage container for paper sheets and device for handling of paper sheets

FIELD: packaging industry.

SUBSTANCE: container is fitted with an external case, a door, attached with a possibility of opening and closing to the external case, lock, which locks the door in the closed condition with reference to the external case, and a part for fixing a seal, which seals a door closed with reference to the external case, indicating, that the door is closed with reference to the external case, and locks a door in closed condition with reference to the external case. Respectively, it is easy to confirm, whether there is a probability that the door was open irrelevantly, depending on, whether a seal is still fixed to a part for seal fastening at the moment of lawful removal of the seal. The door interlocking with a seal can be also kept even when the door interlock by the lock has been removed irrelevantly.

EFFECT: improvement of security protection of storage containers for paper sheets.

6 cl, 65 dwg

 

The technical FIELD TO WHICH the INVENTION RELATES.

[0001] the Present invention relates to a container for storing paper sheets and to a device for processing paper sheets, and accordingly applied, for example, to an automatic cash machine (ATM ATM), which performs transactions cash banknotes and withdrawals, and to a container for storing banknotes, a removable manner established in the automatic cash register.

The LEVEL of TECHNOLOGY

[0002] Conventional automatic cash register equipped with a removable containers for storing banknotes that hold or issue banknotes. In such cases, the container for storing banknotes attached door that can be opened and closed so that the container for storing banknotes can be removed from the automatic cash register and loaded banknotes employee in a special place of banknotes loading.

[0003] the container for storing banknotes attaches the lock to secure the door in closed position in order to protect the inside of the container banknotes, for example, when the container for storing banknotes is installed or removed from the automatic cash register or when it is transported between the automatic cash register and download location banknotes

[0004] One is about, as there are opportunities for people to work with a container for storing banknotes in the same condition when loaded inside of it banknote, for example, when installing or recess of the automatic cash register and during transport, the possibility of unauthorized opening of the lock, which locks the door cannot be ignored.

[0005] Accordingly, in the prior art as such containers for storing banknotes used configuration, such as shown in Fig. 48 and Fig. 49, in which it is possible to confirm whether there is a possibility that the door was opened in an unauthorized manner.

[0006] As shown in Fig. 48 and Fig. 49, is designed container for storing banknotes has a blocking section 300, which limits the opening and closing of the door, not shown in the drawings, and attached to the front plate of the container for storing banknotes.

[0007] the Locking section 300 includes a base 301. Lock 302 for zafiksirovany closed state of the door is attached to the base 301. Next, cover 303 is attached to the base 301 with the possibility of opening and closing in order to close or open the keyhole 302A lock 302.

[0008] Further, inside the base 301 is provided a locking plate 304 to lock the cover 303 so that the and able to turn. When the cover 303 is closed relative to the base 301, a blocking section 300 rotates the locking plate 304 under the influence of a spring, not shown in the drawings, so as to lock the cover 303 in the closed state.

[0009] in Addition, in the base 301 is provided an elongated hole facing to one side of the end 304A of the blocking plate 304. Long narrow keyhole 303A is formed in the lid 303 so that she was facing the elongated hole of the base in the closed state of the cover 303 relative to the base 301.

[0010] in Addition, in the blocking section 300 in the locked state of the cover 303 blocking plate 304 is rotated when the key to unlock 305, which is inserted through a keyhole 303A through the elongated hole in the base, moves along a keyhole 303A and clicks on one part of the end 304A of the blocking plate, thus removing the lock cover 303.

[0011] Thus, in the blocking section 300 lock the doors can be removed, and the door can be opened by opening the cover 303 relative to the base 301, which opens up access to the keyhole 302A castle 302, and then insert the key opening and closing doors, not shown in the drawings, the keyhole 302A lock 302 and its rotation.

[0012] it Should be noted that in the blocking section 300 may be RA is based on identifying label 306 on the basis of 301 so, so she closed the elongated hole of the base, and in the closed state of the cover 303 relative to the base 301 located between the elongated hole of the base and a keyhole 303A.

[0013] Therefore, in the blocking section 300 in the locked state of the cover 303, when the key to unlock 305 is inserted into the keyhole 303A, he bores and thereby destroys an identifying label 306.

[0014] Thus, the blocking unit 300 of the destruction of the identification tag 306 may occur even in cases when the keyhole 303A inserted objects, different from the key to unlock 305, such as a piece of wire to release the lock of the lid 303 in an unauthorized attempt to open the door.

[0015] Accordingly, designed container for storing banknotes provides confirmation of the possibility that a door was opened in an unauthorized manner, so that the identifying tag 306 in the blocking section 300 destroyed before the banknote will be loaded by the employee (see, for example, Fig. 8 and 9 on page 5 of Japanese laid patent application (JP-A) No. H11-203532.

The INVENTION

Technical problem

[0016] However, since there are opportunities for people to work with a container for storing banknotes, which is the tsya extracted from the automatic cash register, there is a General need to improve security.

[0017] However, in conventional containers for storing banknotes such a configuration, the door lock is the only lock 302. Therefore, in the conventional container for storing banknotes, although the use of identification marks 306 is possible to confirm whether there is a likelihood of unauthorized opening of the door, still remains the problem of lack of sufficient security.

[0018] With respect to the aforementioned circumstances, the present invention provides a container for storing paper sheets and a device for processing paper sheets, which provide improved security compared to conventional technology.

Solution

[0019] To solve the above problem, the present invention includes: an outer housing; a door attached to the outer casing which can be opened and closed; lock, which locks the door in the closed position with respect to the outer housing; and a portion for attaching a seal that is designed for attaching a seal that seals the door closed with respect to the outer housing, and indicates that the door is closed with respect to the outer housing, and locks the door in the closed position with respect to the outer shell.

[0020] In accordance with this from what Britanie the likelihood of unauthorized opening can be easily confirmed by the fact, attached are all still seal part for attaching the seal to the moment when the seal is legally removed from the part to attach the seal, and lock the door seal can be maintained even in cases when the lock door lock was removed improperly.

Useful effects of the invention

[0021] In accordance with the present invention can be easily obtained evidence, is there a possibility of unauthorized opening of the door, by definition, is attached if the seal is still part for attaching the seal to the moment when the seal is legally removed from the part to attach the seal, and lock the door seal can be maintained even in cases when the lock door lock was removed improperly. Respectively, can be obtained container for storing paper sheets and a device for processing paper sheets that improve security compared with the prior art.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION of DRAWINGS

[0022] Fig. 1 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the external configuration of the first variant implementation of the automatic cash register in accordance with the present invention.

Fig. 2 is a schematic side view illustrating the internal configuration and the automatic cash register in accordance with the first embodiment.

Fig. 3A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a block bottom.

Fig. 3B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a block bottom.

Fig. 4 is a schematic front view of the accompanying explanation of the support block, the lower part of the main frame.

Fig. 5 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of extracting and inserting blocks the lower part in the processing unit of the notes.

Fig. 6A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment.

Fig. 6B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment.

Fig. 7A is a schematic side view illustrating the configuration of a seal.

Fig. 7B is a schematic side view illustrating the configuration of a seal.

Fig. 8 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attaching the seal of the container for storing banknotes.

Fig. 9 is a schematic front view illustrating the relationship between what height, right plate block and the attachment of the seal relative to the container for storing banknotes.

Fig. 10 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of the auxiliary container for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment.

Fig. 11A is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attaching the seal auxiliary container for storing banknotes.

Fig. 11B is a schematic front view of the accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attaching the seal auxiliary container for storing banknotes.

Fig. 12 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of the seal, when the auxiliary container for storing banknotes placed in the body of the block.

Fig. 13 is a schematic side view illustrating the internal configuration of the automatic cash register in accordance with the second embodiment.

Fig. 14A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a block bottom.

Fig. 14B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a block bottom.

Fig. 15 is a schematic front view of the accompanying explanation of the support block, the lower part of the main frame.

Fig. 16 PR is dstanley a schematic perspective view, accompanying explanation of extracting and inserting blocks the lower part in the processing unit of the notes.

Fig. 17A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with the second embodiment.

Fig. 17B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with the second embodiment.

Fig. 18 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of the locking mechanism of the container for storing banknotes.

Fig. 19 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attaching the seal of the container for storing banknotes.

Fig. 20 is a schematic side view illustrating the internal configuration of the automatic cash register in accordance with the third embodiment.

Fig. 21A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with the third embodiment.

Fig. 21B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with the third embodiment.

p> Fig. 22 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attaching the seal of the container for storing banknotes.

Fig. 23A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a part for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (1).

Fig. 23B is a schematic front view illustrating the configuration of a part for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (1).

Fig. 24 is a schematic cross-section of the accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (1).

Fig. 25 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation deformation of the attachment plate on the door.

Fig. 26A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (1).

Fig. 26B is a schematic top view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (1).

Fig. 27 is a schematic rear view of accompanying explanation of attachment of the seal to h the STI for the attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (2).

Fig. 28 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a part for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (2).

Fig. 29A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (2).

Fig. 29B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (2).

Fig. 30 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (3).

Fig. 31A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (3).

Fig. 31B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (3).

Fig. 32A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (4).

Fig. 32B is a schematic view in which ERSPECTIVE, illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (4).

Fig. 33A is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (4).

Fig. 33B is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of attaching the seal to the portion for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (4).

Fig. 34 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (5).

Fig. 35 is a schematic perspective view accompanying explanation of the connection of the external enclosure and the door.

Fig. 36A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (6).

Fig. 36B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (6).

Fig. 37A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a part for attachment of a seal in accordance with D. whim of the embodiment (3).

Fig. 37B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a part for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (3).

Fig. 38 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a part for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (4).

Fig. 39 is a schematic cross section illustrating the configuration of a part for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (5).

Fig. 40 is a schematic cross section illustrating the configuration of a part for attachment of a seal in accordance with another embodiment (6).

Fig. 41A is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a seal in accordance with another embodiment.

Fig. 41B is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a seal in accordance with another embodiment.

Fig. 42 is a schematic side view illustrating the configuration of the outer surface of the container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment.

Fig. 43 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a block bottom in the accordance with the other embodiment (1).

Fig. 44 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment (7).

Fig. 45 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a block lower part in accordance with another embodiment (2).

Fig. 46 is a schematic perspective view illustrating a block configuration of the lower part in accordance with another embodiment.

Fig. 47 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of placement in the case of a container for storing banknotes in accordance with another embodiment.

Fig. 48 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a locking section provided in a conventional container for storing banknotes (1).

Fig. 49 is a schematic perspective view illustrating the configuration of a locking section provided in a conventional container for storing banknotes (2).

DESCRIPTION of embodiments

[0023] Hereinafter with reference to the drawings, an explanation is given regarding the best ways of implementing the present invention (also referred to below as options for implementation). It should be noted that explanation gives the following sequence.

1. The first option exercise

2. The second option exercise

3. A third option exercise

4. Other embodiments of the

[0024]

(1) the First option exercise

(1-1) External configuration of the automatic cash register

Fig. 1 illustrates the General external configuration of the automatic cash register 1 used with the present invention. Automatic cash register apparatus 1 includes a housing 2 essentially has the shape of a box (also referred to below as case automatic cash register).

[0025] it Should be noted that in the following explanation of the drawings, the direction of the arrow a1, which is directed to the left, if you look at the automatic cash register 1, standing in front of the front panel 2A of the housing 2 automatic cash register, referred to as the direction in the left side of the automatic cash register, and also simply as "left side" or "left" and the opposite direction from the direction in the left side of the automatic cash register, also referred to as the direction in the right side of the automatic cash register, and just as "right side" or "right".

[0026] in Addition, in the following explanation of the drawings, the direction of the arrow b1, which is directed upwards, if you look at the auto cash the apparatus 1, standing in front of the front panel 2A of the housing 2 automatic cash register, referred to as the direction in the upper side of the automatic cash register, and also simply as "upper side" or "up", and the direction opposite to the direction in the upper side of the automatic cash register, also referred to as the direction in the lower side of the automatic cash register, and also simply as "lower side" or "down".

[0027] in Addition, in the following explanation of the drawings, the direction of the arrow c1, which is directed forward, if you look at the automatic cash register 1, standing in front of the front panel 2A of the housing 2 automatic cash register, referred to as the direction in the front side of the automatic cash register, and also simply as "front" or "forward", and the opposite direction from the direction in front of the automatic cash register, also referred to as the direction at the rear side of the automatic cash register, and also simply as "rear side" or "back".

[0028] the Front end of the upper housing 2 automatic cash register is supplied front panel 3 formed in a substantially L-shaped form so that she was sunk on to the back surface 2B than the front surface is rnost 2A.

[0029] essentially horizontal pointing up the front panel 3A of the front panel 3, which is addressed in the automatic cash register in the upward direction, is supplied, for example, on the left side, touch screen 4, which is capable of displaying various working image, and which has a surface that is controlled by touch.

[0030] Further, pointing up the front panel 3A of the front panel 3 is provided, for example, on the right side, section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes in order to issue and accept rectangular banknotes.

[0031] on the other hand, essentially vertical front bezel 3B front panel 3, which turned into an automatic cash machine in the forward direction, is supplied, for example, on the left side, the port 7 of the insertion/withdrawal of the savings Bank to insert the savings Bank during the transaction and to issue savings accounts and account statements.

[0032] Further, the front face plate 3B of the front panel 3 is provided, for example, the right side of port 8 of the insertion/withdrawal cards for introduction and delivery during a transaction different types of cards, such as card to obtain cash or credit card.

[0033] designed an automatic cash register apparatus 1 displays a working image on the touch screen 4 and switches between the working screens in accordance with the operations selected by the user by the touch surface of the touch screen 4.

[0034] Accordingly, through the working of the images of the automatic cash register apparatus 1 sends the client during the process, the desired transaction, such as transaction of cash, such as cash account, or transaction cash withdrawal, such as withdrawing cash from the account.

[0035] the Automatic cash register apparatus 1 sends the client so that he put a passbook or card into the port 7 of the insertion/withdrawal of the savings Bank or in the insertion port 8/issue cards, or so he inserted banknotes for cash in section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes.

[0036] the Automatic cash register apparatus 1 further directs the client so that he took his passbook or Bank statement, or a card that has been issued from the port 7 of the insertion/withdrawal of the savings Bank or port 8 insertion/withdrawal cards, or so that it took banknotes issued of section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes. Automatic cash register 1, respectively, allows the client to perform the desired transaction, such as cash deposits and withdrawals.

[0037]

(1-2) of the Internal configuration of the automatic cash register

The following is an explanation of the internal configuration of the automatic cash register 1. As shown in Fig. 2, inside the housing 2 automatic cash register 1 are managing section 10, which is delivering centralized management, automatic cash register apparatus 1 as a whole, and the block 11 of the banknote processing, which performs the processing of entries, and withdrawals of banknotes under the control of the control section 10.

[0038] the Block 11 of the banknote processing includes performed in a substantially box-shaped main frame 12. Unit 13 the upper part is mounted on the main frame 12 and the block 14 and the lower part is placed inside the main frame 12.

[0039] Section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes is located in block 13 of the upper part so that she was facing towards the top of the front panel 3A. Differentiating section 17 is located diagonally downward to the rear section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes. Section 18 of temporary storage is located on the rear side of section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes and differentiating section 17.

[0040] Set (for example, 4) containers 20-23 for storing banknotes, which store made banknotes and banknotes for cash advance on their merits (namely, each container respectively stores the banknotes only one specific advantages), removable way are set in a downward direction within the block 14 of the lower part so that they are aligned in sequence from front to rear.

[0041] the Container 24 for storing banknotes (also referred to below as an auxiliary container for storing banknotes) that is used in accessories the th role in transactions cash and cash withdrawals, removable sets within a block 14 of the lower part of the back of the container for storing banknotes 23, which is placed on all of the many containers 20-23 for storing banknotes.

[0042] it Should be noted that the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes formed as a unit from the container 24A for storing banknotes, which preserves the wrong banknotes, such as a torn banknote or bent banknote container 24B for storing banknotes, which saves forgotten notes that the client has forgotten to remove from section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes, and container 24C for storing banknotes, added to and extracted from a variety of containers for storing banknotes 20-23, each of these containers for storing banknotes formed one above the other in sequence from bottom to top.

[0043] it Should be noted that in the following explanation incorrect banknotes, such as torn or bent notes, also referred to, in particular, as rejected banknotes, and the container 24A for storing such rejected banknotes is also mentioned in particular as a container 24A for the rejected banknotes.

[0044] in Addition, in the following explanation notes that the client has forgotten to take away from section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes, also referred to in particular as forgotten banknotes, and the container 24B for storing such forgotten the banknotes is also mentioned in particular as a container 24B for forgotten bills.

[0045] In the following explanation, the container 24C for storing banknotes, added to and extracted from a variety of containers for storing banknotes 20-23, also referred, in particular, as the container 24C to add/retrieve the notes.

[0046] the Transporting section 25 (also referred to below as the transporting section of the front side processing unit) is located within a block 13 of the upper part. Transporting section 25 of the front side of the processing unit forms a path 25A transportation of banknotes (also referred to below as the path of transportation of banknotes front side) in order to convey the banknote between the section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes and differentiating section 17, and also to appropriately switch the destination of the transfer. Route 25A transportation of banknotes front side connects together section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes and differentiating section 17.

[0047] the Conveying section 26 (also referred to below as the transporting section of the rear side processing unit) is also located within a block 13 of the upper part. Transporting section 26 of the rear side of the processing unit forms a path 26A transportation of banknotes (also referred to below as the path of transportation of the banknotes back) in order to convey the banknote IU the control section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes, differentiating section 17 and section 18 of temporary storage, and also to appropriately switch the destination of the transfer. Path 26A transportation of banknotes back connects together section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes, the differentiating section 17 and section 18 of temporary storage.

[0048] the Conveying section 27 (also referred to below as the transporting section of the lower side processing unit) is located within a block 14 of the lower part. Transporting section 27 of the lower side of the processing unit forms a path 27A transportation of banknotes (also referred to below as the path of transportation of banknotes lower side) in order to convey the banknote up appropriately switching the destination of the transfer. Tract 27A transportation of banknotes lower side connects together many containers 20-23 for storing banknotes, the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, route 25A transportation of banknotes front side and the path 26A transportation of banknotes back.

[0049] In block 11 of the processing of banknotes banknotes rectangular shape is transferred, for example, route 25A transportation of banknotes front side duct 26A transportation of banknotes back and tract 27A transportation of banknotes lower side in the orientation of the transmission, in which the Oh one short side is on the left, the other short side is to the right (namely, so that the longer side of the banknote essentially parallel to the direction left unattended cash register), and a longer side facing in the direction of transfer.

[0050] it Should be noted that in the following explanation of the long direction of the banknote is also referred to as the direction of the length of the banknote, and the short direction of the banknote is also referred to as the direction of the width of the banknote.

[0051] In the banknote processing unit 11 section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes, the differentiating section 17, section 18 of temporary storage containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes (container 24A for the rejected banknotes, the container 24B for forgotten bills and container 24C to add/retrieve the banknotes respectively processed banknotes in the orientation in which one of the short side is on the left, the other short side is to the right in accordance with the transmission direction (and exactly that the longer side of the banknote essentially parallel to the direction left unattended cash register).

[0052] During the actual processing of cash when one or many bills intended to make, inserted by the client in section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes, control the maintenance section 10 shows one or more banknotes one by one from section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes, and banknote passes through duct 25A transportation of banknotes front to differentiating section 17, and a differentiating section 17 differentiates banknotes, for example, in their dignity and status.

[0053] as a result, the control section 10 then transmits the banknotes that were differentiated and differentiating section 17 as the right of the banknote from the differentiating section 17 through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back to section 18 of temporary storage, where the banknotes are temporarily stored, thus suspending the cash.

[0054] the Control section 10 transmits the banknotes that were differentiated and differentiating section 17 as wrong, for example, torn, or bent banknotes, from the differentiating section 17 through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back to section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes, as rejected banknotes. Thus, the banknotes are allocated as to be returned to the client, so he took them out of section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes.

[0055] When all deposited banknotes introduced in section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes, differentiated and differentiating section 17, the control section 10 displays the total value of banknotes that were differentiated as correct (namely, the amount of cash), to the client via the touch screen 4.

[005] If the result of the mappings from the client, who confirmed the amount of cash via the touch screen 4, a command is received to perform the cash management section 10 displays temporarily withheld banknotes of section 18 of temporary storage on one through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back to the differentiating section 17. In differentiating section 17 of the dignity and status of banknotes are differentiated again.

[0057] the Control section 10 sequentially transmits banknotes, which were differentiated as correct, from the differentiating section 17 through the ducts 25A transportation of banknotes front side and through the ducts 27A transportation of banknotes lower side to the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes in accordance with their dignity.

[0058] However, the control section 10 transmits the banknotes that were differentiated as wrong and were issued from the differentiating section 17 as rejected banknotes, sequentially through the ducts 25A transportation of banknotes front side and the path 27A transportation of banknotes lower side of the supporting container 24 for storing banknotes, and stores the rejected banknotes in the container 24A for the rejected banknotes so that these banknotes were not used in subsequent transactions cash withdrawal.

[0059] it Should be noted that when this happens due to the fact that the client has forgotten Sabra the rejected banknotes, returned as in section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes, the control section 10 displays these rejected banknotes one by one from section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes as forgotten banknotes, and after the transfer of banknotes through the ducts 25A transportation of banknotes front to differentiating section 17, where they are differentiated, for example, in their dignity and status, the rejected banknotes are then successively transferred through a path 26A transportation of banknotes back and through the ducts 27A transportation of banknotes lower side of the supporting container 24 for storing banknotes to be stored in the container 24B for forgotten bills.

[0060] Thus, the control section 10 is capable of cash as desired by the client transaction, performing such processing depositing cash in the banknote processing unit 11.

[0061] In the processing of cash, for example, when receiving from the client via the touch screen 4 amount withdrawn cash, the control section 10 displays the banknote up to a certain amount by the client according to one of the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and banknote passes sequentially through the ducts 27A transportation of banknotes bottom side and route 25A transportation of banknotes front to differentiating section 17, where the dignity and status of banknotes of different what are the differentiating section 17.

[0062] as a result, the control section 10 transmits the banknotes that were differentiated as correct and were issued from the differentiating section 17, through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back to section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes.

[0063] However, in such cases, the control section 10 transmits the banknotes that were differentiated as wrong and were issued from the differentiating section 17 as rejected banknotes, sequentially through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back and tract 27A transportation of banknotes lower side of the supporting container 24 for storing banknotes, so they were stored in the container 24A for the rejected banknotes so that they were not used in subsequent transactions cash withdrawal.

[0064] When the control section 10 has completed the transfer of banknotes in accordance with removable sum of cash to section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes, the banknotes in accordance with removable amount of cash transferred to the client, so he took them out of section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes.

[0065] it Should be noted that in such cases, when neglected by the client banknotes are present in section 5 of the insertion/removal of the banknotes, the control section 10 displays these banknotes one by one as forgotten banknotes of section 5 of the insertion/removal of banknotes and banknote passes through the ducts 25A transportirovano front to differentiating section 17. After their dignity and status were again determined, the banknote is transferred serially through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back and tract 27A transportation of banknotes lower side of the supporting container 24 for storing banknotes and stored in the container 24B for forgotten bills.

[0066] Thus, the control section 10 is able to accomplish a cash advance as desired by the client transaction, performing such processing withdrawals in the banknote processing unit 11.

[0067] During the processing of adding banknotes control section 10 displays the banknotes one by one from the container 24C to add/retrieve banknotes auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes and banknote passes sequentially through the ducts 27A transportation of banknotes bottom side and through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back to the differentiating section 17. The dignity and status of banknotes are differentiated in a differentiating section 17.

[0068] as a result, the control section 10 transmits the banknotes that were differentiated as correct, from the differentiating section 17 sequentially through the ducts 25A transportation of banknotes front side and through the ducts 27A transportation of banknotes lower side to containers for storing banknotes 20-23 in accordance with their dignity, and maintain yet banknotes there.

[0069] However, in such cases, the control section 10 transmits the banknotes that were differentiated as incorrect from the differentiating section 17 sequentially through the ducts 25A transportation of banknotes front side and through the ducts 27A transportation of banknotes lower side as rejected banknotes to return the banknote to the auxiliary container 24 for storing notes and save them in a container 24A for the rejected banknotes.

[0070] the Control section 10, thus, is able to add notes many containers 20-23 for storing banknotes for use in cash by performing such processing add banknotes in the banknote processing unit 11.

[0071] During processing, the extraction of the banknotes control section 10 outputs the banknote according to one of the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and banknote passes sequentially through the ducts 27A transportation of banknotes bottom side and through the ducts 25A transportation of banknotes front to differentiating section 17. The dignity and status of banknotes are differentiated in a differentiating section 17.

[0072] as a result, the control section 10 transmits the banknotes that have been differentiated as the right of the banknote from the differentiating section 17 sequentially through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back and through Proc. of the CT 27A transportation of banknotes lower side of the supporting container 24 for storing banknotes and stores the banknotes in the container 24C to add/retrieve the notes.

[0073] However, in such cases, the control section 10 transmits the banknotes that were differentiated as wrong as rejected banknotes from the differentiating section 17 sequentially through the ducts 26A transportation of banknotes back and through the ducts 27A transportation of banknotes lower side of the supporting container 24 for storing banknotes and stores the banknotes in the container 24A for the rejected banknotes.

[0074] Thus, the control section 10 is capable of removing banknotes from a variety of containers 20-23 for storing banknotes, performing such processing, the extraction of the banknotes in the banknote processing unit 11.

[0075] it Should be noted that the block 11 of the banknote processing movably attached to the housing 2 automatic cash register slidable in the forward-backward using the guide rail and the moving rail, not shown in the drawings.

[0076] In the housing 2 of the automatic cash register block 11 of the banknote processing thus able to removed from the housing 2 automatic cash register in the forward direction (namely, toward the front surface 2A) and inserted into the housing 2 automatic cash register and stay there.

[0077] As shown in Fig. 3A and Fig. 3B, the block 14 and the lower part includes the body 32 of the block, which is made in essentially box-shaped Fort is e and elongated in the direction of back and forth.

[0078] the Housing 32 of the block has held in the forward-backward elongated plate 32AX to accommodate rail, which acts in the direction of the left side of the automatic cash register at the top edge of the left side plate 32A (also referred to below as the left plate block).

[0079] the Housing 32 of the block is formed with a right side plate 32B (also referred to below as the right plate block), which has a smaller height than the height of the left side plate 32A of the housing unit. The open part 32C passes from the upper edge of the left side plate 32A of the housing unit to the upper edge of the right side plate 32B of the housing unit.

[0080] in Addition, the housing 32 of the block provided in specific places many vertical separating plates 32D, passing in the forward-backward, which define the locations for placement of containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0081] Using the separating plate 32D, block 14 of the lower part, respectively, can accommodate each of the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes in many places for placement of containers in the housing 32 blocks, orienting them so that their door, which will be described later, is turned in the backward direction auto is th the cash register.

[0082] the housing 32 block by means of two front and rear hinge parts 36 is attached with the ability to open and close the section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit, and these rear hinge parts are provided on the upper surface of the plate 32AX to accommodate rail (namely, near the hinge pins that are parallel to the direction of forward automatic cash register), so that section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit can open and close the upper end part of the housing 32 of the block in its open part 32C.

[0083] In block 14 of the lower part of the tract 27A transportation of banknotes lower side may be respectively attached to or detached from the respective containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes in accordance with the opening and closing section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit with respect to the housing 32 of the block.

[0084] As shown in Fig. 4, the main frame 12 of the block 11 of the banknote processing guide 30 of the left rail is positioned so that its direction of length was parallel to the forward direction at a specific height for the seat of the inner left surface, and the guide 31 of the right rail is positioned so that its napravleniya was parallel to the forward direction at a specific height within the right surface.

[0085] In block 14 of the lower part of the left slide rail 33 is mounted so that its direction of length was parallel to the forward direction, the lower surface of plate 32AX to accommodate rail body 32 of the block and the right sliding rail 34 is mounted so that its direction of length was parallel to the forward direction, to the lower part of the outer surface of the right plate 32B of the housing unit.

[0086] in Addition, in block 14 of the lower part of the left slide rail 33 and right sliding rail 34 which engage with the guide rail 30 of the left rail and the guide 31 of the right rail of the main frame 12.

[0087] Therefore, the main frame 12 supports block 14 of the lower part through the guide 30 of the left rail and the guide 31 of the right rail and the left moving rail 33 and right sliding rails 34 so that the block 14 and the lower part can be moved in the direction of back and forth.

[0088] Accordingly, as shown in Fig. 5, in a state in which the block 11 of the banknote processing was removed from the front side of the housing 2 automatic cash register (or is installed in the housing 2 of the automatic cash register), block 14 of the bottom part can be removed from the front side of the main frame 12 or may be inserted for installation in the main frame 12.

[0089] In practice, in block 11 of the banknote processing when the block 14 of the lower part defined therein containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes (namely, containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and the auxiliary container 24 for storing the banknotes accommodated in the housing 32 of the block) is removed from the main frame 12 and section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit is opened relative to the body 32 of the block containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes are detached from the highway 27A transportation of banknotes lower side.

[0090] In block 11 of the banknote processing containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes inside the housing 32 of the block can be removed by pulling up and to the right from many places for placement of containers in the housing 32 of the block.

[0091] in Addition, in block 11 of the banknote processing containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, which were thus removed from the block 14 of the bottom, can be transported to a special place of banknotes loading, where many banknotes loaded in containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and supporting the container 24 for storing banknotes, as well as rejected banknotes and forgotten banknotes can be removed.

[0092] in Addition, in block 11 of the banknote processing, in a state in which the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 DL the storage of banknotes were removed from the block 14 of the bottom, containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, filled with lots of banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading, and/or are in a special place download banknotes were removed rejected banknotes and forgotten banknotes, can be installed in many locations for placement of containers inside the housing 32 block by inserting containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes from the top side or diagonally to the right-top.

[0093] In block 11 of the banknote processing, when section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit was closed relative to the body 32 of the block 14 of the bottom, the path 27A transportation of banknotes lower side may be connected to the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0094] Accordingly, in block 11 of the banknote processing containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes can be installed in block 14 of the lower part, and in accordance with established state of the block 14 and the lower part can be installed in the main frame 12 by pressing.

[0095] it Should be noted that, when the block 14 and the lower part is installed in the main frame 12, the path 27A transportation of banknotes lower side is connected with the path 25A Tr is spartanovka banknotes front side and the channel 26A transportation of banknotes back. In addition, when the block 14 of the lower part are removed from the main frame 12, the path 27A transportation of banknotes bottom side is detached from the highway 25A transportation of banknotes front side and from the highway 26A transportation of banknotes back.

[0096]

(1-3) Configuration of the container for storing banknotes

Next follows the explanation of the configuration of a wide variety of containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes. However, since many containers 20-23 for storing banknotes have the same configuration, an explanation is given only for the configuration of a single container 20 for storing banknotes, and explanations of other containers 21-23 for storing banknotes are omitted.

[0097] As shown in Fig. 6A and Fig. 6B, the container 20 for storing banknotes includes an outer housing 40 formed of metal plates in the form of an essentially rectangular box which is elongated in the direction of up and down.

[0098] it Should be noted that in the following explanation, the front surface 40A of the outer housing 40 is also referred to as the front surface 40A of the housing. In the following explanation of the drawings, the direction of the arrow a2, which indicates to the left, if you look at the container 20 for storing banknotes from the front surface 40A of the body, referred to as a direction to the left of the containers is RA for storing banknotes, and just as the left side, and the opposite direction is also referred to as the right container for storing banknotes, and just as the right side.

[0099] in Addition, in the following explanation of the drawings, the direction of the arrow b2, which indicates up, if you look at the container 20 for storing banknotes from the front surface 40A of the body, referred to as the upward direction of the container for storing banknotes, and just as up, and the opposite direction is also referred to as the downward direction of the container for storing banknotes, and just as down.

[0100] in Addition, in the following explanation of the drawings, the direction of the arrow c2, which indicates forward, if you look at the container 20 for storing banknotes from the front surface 40A of the body, referred to as the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes, and just as forward, and the opposite direction is also referred to as the backward direction of the container for storing banknotes, and just as back.

[0101] the Upper surface 40B of the outer surface 40 of the container 20 for storing banknotes (also referred to below as the upper surface of the housing) is provided in its rear side through with crack-like hole 40BX receiving/issuing banknotes parallel to the direction to the left of the container for XP is in banknotes.

[0102] the Central part of the upper surface 40B of the outer housing 40 is further provided with an essentially C-shaped drain part. Essentially C-shaped handle 41, which can be used when installing, removing or moving the container 20 for storing banknotes, joins the drain side so that it can fit in a drain or vytaskivatelya from it.

[0103] the Central portion of the front surface 40A of the outer housing 40 is further provided with an essentially rectangular open part 40AX to download banknotes inside (or to get the banknote from the inside).

[0104] Performed in a substantially rectangular shape, the door 42 is made of a metal plate that is attached with the possibility of opening and closing (namely, so as to open in the right side in this example) to the front surface 40A of the outer housing 40 through, for example, a pair of hinge parts that are not shown on the drawings, provided on the right edge part, so that the outer surface 42A of the door 42 closed the public portion 40AX in the plane of the front surface 40A of the housing or opened the public portion 40AX.

[0105] the Lock 43, such as a cylindrical lock that matches the key, such as key with depressions (not shown in the drawings) is attached at the left end of the Central the Asti door 42 so that to one end surface of the lock 43, having a keyhole, was accessible from the outer surface 42A of the door 42. The other end of the lock 43 protrudes from the inner surface 42B of the door 42.

[0106] it Should be noted that in the following explanation the outer surface 42A of the door 42 is also referred to as the outer surface 42A of the door and the inner surface 42B of the door 42 is also referred to as the inner surface 42B of the door.

[0107] To the other end of the lock 43 parallel to the inner surface 42B of the door is attached a thin elongated arm 44 of the lock formed by a metal plate.

[0108] Accordingly, when the key is inserted in the keyhole and lock 43 is rotated about its axis in one direction of rotation or in the other direction of rotation, opposite the first direction of rotation, the lever 44 of the lock is rotated in one direction or in the other direction of rotation associated with this rotation operation, the lever 44 of the castle remains parallel to the inner surface 42B of the door.

[0109] in Addition, in an external enclosure 40 of the locking plate 45 formed from the metal plate that is attached to the rear side of the left end portion of the front surface 40A of the housing so that a portion of the locking plate 45 is in the open part 40AX.

[0110] it Should be noted that in the following explanation, the portion of the locking plate 45, which stands in the open part 40AX, also referred to as the protruding portion of the plate.

[0111] in Addition, in the following explanation, the part on one surface of the protruding part of the locking plate 45, which is turned in the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes, also referred to as the front surface of the protruding part of the plate, and part on the other surface of the protruding part of the locking plate 45, which is turned towards the back of the container for storing banknotes, also referred to as the back surface of the protruding part of the plate.

[0112] Accordingly, in the container 20 for storing banknotes, when the door 42 is closed with respect to the outer housing 40, the Central part of the left end of the inner surface 42B of the door 42 (the part that is left from the other end part of the lock 43) is pressed, for example, to the front surface of the protruding part of the locking plate 45, placing the outer surface 42A of the door in the plane of the front surface 40A of the housing.

[0113] In this state, the container 20 for storing banknotes, when the key is inserted in the keyhole of the lock 43 and, for example, is rotated in the other direction of rotation, the lever 44 of the castle is also rotated in the other direction of rotation, and the front end part of the lever 44 of the lock approaches the rear surface of the protruding part of the shut-p the plates 45.

[0114] namely, in the container 20 for storing banknotes, when the key was inserted in the keyhole of the lock 43 and, for example, was rotated in the other direction of rotation, the protruding portion of the locking plate 45 is located between the door 42 and the front end part of the lever 44 of the lock.

[0115] in Addition, in the container 20 for storing banknotes, when the key is removed from the keyhole of the lock 43 with a projecting part of the stop plate 45 located so between the door 42 and the front end part of the lever 44 of the lock, the door 42 may be blocked (namely, to be in such a state that the door 42 can not be opened) in the closed state with respect to the outer housing 40 (namely, in a fully sealed condition open part 40AX).

[0116] in Addition, in the container 20 for storing banknotes, when the key is inserted in the keyhole of the lock 43 in the locked state of the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40, and, for example, is rotated in one direction of rotation, the lever 44 of the castle is also rotated in the same direction of rotation, and the front end part of the lever 44 of the lock is pulled right out when she was in front of the rear surface of the protruding part of the locking plate 45.

[0117] In the container 20 for storing banknotes lock the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40, respectively, for the liberation of ostaetsya, the door 42 may be opened with respect to the outer housing 40 in order to open the public portion 40AX, and many banknotes can be loaded inside or banknotes can be removed from the inner part.

[0118] designed a container 20 for storing banknotes supplied, for example, part 46 for attaching the seal to which is attached a seal, such as a cable tie, to indicate that the door 42 has been closed with respect to the outer housing 40, and lock the closed state of the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40.

[0119] In the present example, the part 46 for attaching the seal includes made in the form of an essentially rectangular shield plate 42C mounting on the door 42. Plate 42C mounting on the door made as one piece with the door 42 on the left surface of the Central part of the door 42 so that it acted in the direction of the left surface (e.g., in the direction of the left container for storing banknotes).

[0120] Part 46 for the attachment of a seal, in addition, includes made in the form of an essentially rectangular shield plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing, formed with a metal plate attached to the outer housing 40.

[0121] the Outer casing 40, in addition, has a profound part 40AY (also referred to below as the depth h is b corps) as part 46 for attaching the seal on the left side of the Central part of the front surface 40A of the housing, the corresponding plate 42C mounting on the door.

[0122] the Main part of the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing is attached to the bottom of the deep part 40AY housing, and the front end part of the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing is further towards the left side of the container for storing banknotes than the left surface 40C of the outer housing 40 (also referred to below as the left surface of the body).

[0123] the Depth from the front surface 40A of the outer housing 40 to the surface of the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing, which is located inside the deep part 40AY body (namely, the surface that faces in the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes) is chosen so that it was the same as the thickness of the plate 42C mounting on the door, or slightly deeper than the thickness.

[0124] Accordingly, when the door 42 is closed with respect to the outer housing 40, the plate 42C mounting on the door of the included in-depth part 40AY housing, and the inner surface (namely, the part of the plate 42C mounting on the door on the inner surface 42B of the door) comes in contact with or approaches the surface of the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing.

[0125] namely, when the door 42 is closed with respect to the outer housing 40, due to the fact that the plate 42C fastening article the Rhone door includes in-depth part 40AY housing, the outer surface 42A of the door is in the same plane as the front surface 40A of the housing, so that it does not interfere with the locking of the door 42 of the lock 43, as described above.

[0126] the length of the plate 42C mounting on the door is selected so that a portion of its forward end is performed at a specific length in the direction of the left side of the container for storing banknotes from the left surface of the housing. In the front end portion has a hole 42CX to insert the tape.

[0127] the length of the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing is chosen so that it was essentially the same as the length of the plate 42C mounting on the door. The front end part of the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing, which acts from the left surface of the housing in the direction of the left side of the container for storing banknotes, supplied with hole 47A to insert a tape. Hole 47A for insertion of the tape is provided so that the hole 47A to insert the tape was drawn to the hole 42CX to insert the ribbon plate 42C mounting on the door, when the door 42 is closed with respect to the outer housing 40.

[0128] Accordingly, in the part 46 for attaching the seal plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing and the plate 42C mounting on the door come in contact or close to each other, when the door 42 C is kryvaetsja with respect to the outer casing 40, the opening 47A to insert the ribbon plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing and the hole 42CX to insert the ribbon plate 42C mounting on the door come in contact or close to each other to form a single hole.

[0129] As shown in Fig. 7A and Fig. 7B, the seal 50 has, for example, the head part 50B, made in the form of essentially square tube connected with one end of the band portion 50A, which has a certain length and is attached in the direction of one of the open part of the hole of the head portion 50B, and the tape portion 50A and the head portion 50B formed entirely from a particular polymeric material.

[0130] it Should be noted that in the following explanation, the side of the head part 50B of the seal 50, which is attached one end of the band portion 50A, also referred to as side joining tape.

[0131] in Addition, the rear surface 50AX tape part 50A of the seal 50 is made with multiple teeth like the teeth of saws arranged with a specific pitch along the belt portion 50A in the direction of its length.

[0132] the Head part 50B of the seal 50 within the openings in the head part 50B is supplied latch plate 50BX with a tooth having essentially a rectangular shape. The main part of the plate 50BX with prong connects with the side of attaching the tape to one of the open part of the CTE is participation, and the tooth is formed on the front end plate 50BX with tooth and directed to the side opposite to the joining tape in close proximity to another open part of the hole.

[0133] the Tape portion 50A of the seal 50 is bent into the annular shape of the rear surface 50AX inside and inserted into the hole of the head part 50B from one open side, catching thus prong plate 50BX with teeth with teeth on the rear surface 50AX tape part 50A.

[0134] When this occurs, the seal 50 when the tape portion 50A, which was inserted into the hole of the head part 50B is pushed in the direction of its input, the front end part of the plate 50BX with paddle shifts tape part 50A so that it is pressed toward the side of the joining tape, thereby expanding the gap between the inner wall of the hole and the plate 50BX with a tooth.

[0135] Accordingly, the tape portion 50A of the seal 50 can be inserted to the desired length into the hole of the head part 50B.

[0136] However, in the seal 50 when the tape portion 50A, which was inserted into the hole of the head part 50B, is pulled in the direction opposite to its input, the teeth on the belt portion 50A engages with the tooth plate 50BX with teeth, and the front end part of the plate 50BX wave is shifted toward the side ol the Fig side of the joining tape reducing the gap between the inner wall of the hole and the plate 50BX with a tooth.

[0137] Accordingly, the tape portion 50A of the seal 50 more tightly captured between the inner wall of the hole and the plate 50BX with teeth in meshed on the teeth of the belt portion 50A state wave plate 50BX with the prong, so that the tape portion 50A cannot be removed from the hole of the head part 50B.

[0138] Accordingly, as shown in Fig. 8, in the closed position of the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40 of the container 20 for storing banknotes tape portion 50A of the seal 50 passes successively through the opening 47A to insert the ribbon plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing and through the hole 42CX to insert the ribbon plate 42C mounting on the door, and then inserted into the hole of the head part 50B.

[0139] Accordingly, in the container 20 for storing banknotes by attaching the seal 50 to the portion 46 for attaching the seal plate 42C mounting on the door associated with the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing so that the seal 50 is attached to the portion 46 for attaching the seal by linking through holes for insertion of the tape 47A, 42CX.

[0140] Accordingly, in the container 20 for storing banknotes in a closed state of the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40, the fact that the seal 50 is attached to the portion 46 to attach the lobby, is the state that is visible from the periphery of the outer case 40. The door 42 may respectively be sealed by the seal 50 with respect to the outer housing 40.

[0141] it Should be noted that the seal 50 is formed in such a way that as soon as the tape portion 50A is inserted into the hole of the head part 50B, the tape portion 50A can no longer be removed from the hole of the head part 50B available for human effort, regardless of whether applied such a force directly by hand or with a tool.

[0142] In the container 20 for storing banknotes, as soon as the seal 50 is attached to part 46 for attaching a seal, the seal 50 can no longer be removed from part 46 for attaching a seal without the conscious destruction of the tape portion 50A using a tool with a cutting function, such as wire cutters or pliers to disconnect the tape portion 50A.

[0143] it Should be noted that in the following explanation tool with a cutting function, which is able to disconnect the tape portion 50A of the seal 50, such as wire cutters or pliers, also referred to as a cutting tool.

[0144] Accordingly, in the container 20 for storing banknotes, when the door 42 is opened for loading of banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading, the employee removes the seal 50 is attached to the part 46 for attaching the seal part of DS attaching seal, destroying (severing) the tape portion 50A by using the cutting tool.

[0145] in Addition, in the container 20 for storing banknotes lock the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40 is removed by the employee inserts the key into the keyhole and turning the lock 43, after which the door 42 is opened, and many banknotes are loaded inside the outer case 40.

[0146] Then, in the container 20 for storing banknotes officer closes the door 42 and locks the door 42 in the closed state with respect to the outer housing 40 by turning the key inserted in the keyhole of the lock 43, and attach the seal 50 to the portion 46 for attaching seals, opasatika thus the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40 using the seal 50.

[0147] Accordingly, each time a container 20 for storing banknotes banknotes loaded in a special place download banknotes, employee breaks the seal 50 to open the door 42, and after closing the door 42 employee again attaches the seal 50.

[0148] since the seal 50 is visible from the periphery of the outer housing 40, while the seal 50 is attached to part 46 for attaching the seal of the container 20 for storing banknotes, with one glance, you can determine that the door 42 is closed with respect to the outer housing 40.

[0149] Accordingly, provided that the seal 50 has not been destroyed before the be destroyed by the employee at the appropriate time during boot banknotes in the container 20 for storing banknotes in a special place download banknotes, the employee may determine that the door 42 has not been opened with respect to the outer housing 40.

[0150] However, if the seal 50 has already been destroyed to a suitable time for an employee to break the seal 50 during loading of banknotes in the container 20 for storing banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading, the employee may determine that there is a probability that the door 42 has been improperly opened with respect to the outer housing 40.

[0151] Accordingly, for an employee becomes possible to easily confirm whether there is a likelihood that the door 42 has been properly opened, depending on whether the seal 50 is already destroyed before being destroyed by the employee at the appropriate time during boot banknotes in the container 20 for storing banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading.

[0152] it Should be noted that once the seal 50 is attached above to the part 46 for attaching a seal, the seal 50 can no longer be removed from part 46 for attaching the seal without its destruction with the use of cutting tools.

[0153] Accordingly, when the seal 50 is attached to part 46 for attaching a seal in the closed position of the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40, the seal 50 may block the closed state of the door 42 with respect to the outer housing 40.

[154] namely, in the case of a container 20 for storing banknotes, as well as among different types of commonly used tools there are many cutting tools, capable to cut the tape portion 50A of the seal 50, the door 42 can be blocked by the seal 50 more easily than when you lock and unlock the doors 42 43 castle using a individual key.

[0155] However, in the container 20 for storing banknotes metal reinforcement plate attached to the inner surface 42B of the door 42 so that she was entirely at her part (in this example - part passing from the upper surface to the lower surface of the left end portion of the inner surface 42B of the door) on the other side, where is the castle 43 until at least the parts where the part of the other end of the lock 43 and the range of movement of the lever 44 of the lock, or more.

[0156] the Container 20 for storing banknotes also has a locking plate 45 with a thickness selected so that it was difficult to deform, firmly attached to the external housing 40 using metal bolts relatively large diameter or the like so that the locking plate 45 is not easy to separate.

[0157] namely, similarly to conventional containers for storing banknotes container 20 for storing banknotes has an outer casing 4 and the door 42, having relatively greater strength in the vicinity of the lever 44 of the lock.

[0158] In the container 20 for storing banknotes part 46 for attaching a seal provided in those parts of the outer housing 40 and the door 42, which have a comparatively greater strength, namely in the vicinity of the lever 44 of the lock.

[0159] As described above, the seal 50 is also designed so that the tape portion 50A cannot be removed from the hole of the head part 50B with the level of force available to man.

[0160] For a container 20 for storing banknotes, even though you could say that blocking the door 42 by the seal 50 is much easier than lock 43, reliable locking of the door 42 of the seal 50 may be stored until such time as the seal 50 will not be cut.

[0161] for Example, for a container 20 for storing banknotes, even if the blocking of the door 42 43 castle was taken improperly, for example, the opening of the lock, a lock pick, lock the door 42 of the seal 50 may be stored until such time as the seal 50 will not be cut, even if you are attempting brute force to open the door 42, for example, inserting the end of the crowbar into the gap between the outer housing 40 and the door 42.

[0162] it Should be noted that, as shown in Fig. 9, in this embodiment, the block 14 and the lower part is made, for example, so about the time, the container 20 for storing banknotes is installed in the housing 32 of the block so that the door 42 is turned in the backward direction (the same applies to containers 21-23 for storing banknotes and to the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes).

[0163] Thus, when the container 20 for storing banknotes (and other containers 21-23 for storing banknotes) are placed in the housing 32 of the block portion 46 for attaching the seal and the seal 50, which is attached to it, are placed from the right side plate 32B of the housing unit.

[0164] Thus, in block 14 of the bottom, in the housing 32 of the block height of the right plate 32B of the housing unit (height, denoted as h in the drawing), is chosen so that it was lower than the height of the part 46 to attach the seal of the container 20 for storing banknotes (namely, the height from the bottom surface of the outer case 40 to part 46 for attaching the seal).

[0165] Thus, in block 14 of the bottom, when the container 20 for storing banknotes (and other containers 21-23 for storing banknotes) are placed in the housing 32 of the block portion 46 for attaching the seal and the seal 50 attached thereto, is placed to the upper side of the upper edge of the right side plate 32B of the housing unit so as not to interfere with placement of the container 20 for storing banknotes (and other containers 21-23 for storing banknotes).

[066] Next is the explanation about the configuration of the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes. It should be noted that the configuration of the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes explained using the directions defined in the explanation of the configuration of the container 20 for storing banknotes with reference to Fig. 6A and 6B (namely, the direction to the left of the container for storing banknotes, the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes and so on).

[0167] As shown in Fig. 10, the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes has an external housing 55, formed of metal plates in the form of an essentially rectangular box which is elongated in the direction of up-down and has a height equivalent to the height above the outer surface 40 of the container 20 for storing banknotes.

[0168] the Upper surface 55A of the outer surface 55 of the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, similar to the container 20 for storing banknotes, described above, is supplied through with crack-like hole 55AX receiving/issuing of banknotes, as well as essentially C-shaped handle 56 attached so that it can fit in or vytaskivatelya of essentially C-shaped drain part.

[0169] in Addition, the front surface 55B of the external housing 55 is supplied, for example, performed in a substantially rectangular form an open part for individual removal from the inside of the rejected banknotes which coincides with a part corresponding to the container 24A for the rejected banknotes, in the lower end part.

[0170] Made in essentially rectangular shaped door 57, formed from the metal plate, attached with the possibility of opening and closing (namely, so as to open to the right in this case) to the front surface 55B of the external housing 55 by a pair of hinge parts that are not shown on the drawings, provided on the right end portion, combined with a part corresponding to the container 24A for the rejected banknotes, so that the outer surface 57A door 57 closes the open part in the plane of the front surface 55B of the body, or opens the open part.

[0171] Performed in a substantially rectangular form an open part for individual removal from the inside of neglected bills also formed, for example, the front surface 55B of the external housing 55 and is combined with a part corresponding to the container 24B for forgotten bills in the Central part.

[0172] Performed in a substantially rectangular shape, the door 58, formed of a metal plate attached with the possibility of opening and closing (namely, to open to the right in this case) to the front surface 55B of the external housing 55 by a pair of hinge parts that are not shown on the drawings, provided on the right end portion, combined with a part corresponding to the container is 24B for forgotten bills, so that the outer surface 58A of the door 58 closes the open part in the plane of the front surface 55B of the body, or opens the open part.

[0173] Performed in a substantially rectangular form an open part for individual load inside of banknotes or for individual removal from the inside of banknotes is also formed, for example, the front surface 55B of the external housing 55 and is combined with a part corresponding to the container 24C to add/retrieve the banknotes in the upper end part.

[0174] Performed in a substantially rectangular shape, the door 59, formed from the metal plate, attached with the possibility of opening and closing (namely, to open to the right in this case) to the front surface 55B of the external housing 55 by a pair of hinge parts that are not shown on the drawings, provided on the right end portion, combined with a part corresponding to the container 24C to add/retrieve banknotes, so that the outer surface 59A of the door 59 closes the open part in the plane of the front surface 55B of the body, or opens the open part.

[0175] the Castles 60-62, which are, for example, cylindrical and which correspond to the key, such as key depressions (not shown in the drawings) attached to the Central part of the left side of the door 57-59 so that t is ravie surface castles, having a keyhole, were accessible from the exterior surfaces 57A-59A doors 57-59. The respective other ends of castles 60-62 protrude from the inner surfaces of the doors 57-59.

[0176] In the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes structural part associated with opening and closing and locking and unlocking individual doors 57-59 in relation to the external housing 55, have the same configuration as the equivalent part of the container 20 for storing banknotes, described above.

[0177] Accordingly, the explanation of the structural parts of the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes associated with opening and closing and locking and unlocking individual doors 57-59 in relation to the external housing 55, omitted.

[0178] In the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes part 65-67 for attaching seals respectively provided in front of the doors 57-59 in parts corresponding to the container 24A for the rejected banknotes, the container 24B for forgotten bills and container 24C to add/retrieve the notes.

[0179] Next is an explanation of the parts 65-67 for attaching a seal provided in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes. It should be noted that three parts 65-67 for attaching a seal provided in the parts corresponding to the container 24A for twerkn the form of banknotes, the container 24B for forgotten bills and container 24C to add/retrieve banknotes auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes have the same configuration.

[0180] Accordingly followed by the explanation of the configuration, only the first one, part 65 for attaching a seal, and an explanation of the other two parts 66, 67 for attaching the seal is omitted.

[0181] Part 65 for attaching the seal includes made in the form of an essentially rectangular shield plate 57B mounting on the door 57. Plate 57B mounting on the door made as one piece with the door 57 on the left surface of the Central part of the door 57 so that it acted in the direction of the left surface (e.g., in the direction of the left container for storing banknotes).

[0182] Part 65 for attaching seals in addition includes made in the form of an essentially rectangular shield plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing, formed with a metal plate attached to the external housing 55.

[0183] the Outer casing 55 in addition has as part 65 for attaching a seal is made in a substantially L-shaped in-depth part 55D to put fillings specific depth, passing from the bottom edge of the left side of the front surface 55B of the case to the lower part of the front CR is I left lateral surface 55C of the housing, the corresponding plate 57B mounting on the door.

[0184] the Main part of the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing is attached to the bottom of the deep part 55D to place seals on to the back side than the front surface 55B of the housing by a distance equivalent to the thickness of the plate 57B mounting on the door, or by a distance slightly greater than the thickness, one surface of the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing facing in the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes.

[0185] Accordingly, when the door 57 is closed with respect to the external housing 55, the plate 57B mounting on the door of the included in-depth part 55D for placing fillings, so that part of the plate 57B mounting on the door on the inner surface of the door comes in contact with or approaches the surface of the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing.

[0186] namely, when the door 57 is closed with respect to the outer housing 55, due to the fact that the plate 57B mounting on the door of the included in-depth part 55D to place the seal, the outer surface 57A of the door is in the same plane as the front surface 55B of the housing, so that it does not prevent a door lock 57 lock 60.

[0187] the length of the plate 57B mounting on the door is selected, for example, so that its front is the end were in the same plane, that and the left lateral surface 55C of the case (namely, so that its front end is not performed in the direction of the left side of the container for storing banknotes further than the left side surface 55C of the hull and the front end portion provided hole 57BX to insert the tape.

[0188] the length of the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing is selected, for example, so that it was essentially the same as the length of the plate 57B mounting on the door, so that its front end was in the same plane as the left side surface 55C of the case (namely, so that its front end is not performed in the direction of the left side of the container for storing banknotes further than the left side surface 55C of the body).

[0189] the Front end part of the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing provided with an opening for insertion of the tape. The hole for insertion of the tape is provided so that the hole for inserting the tape was drawn to the hole 57BX to insert the ribbon plate 57B mounting on the door, when the door 57 is closed with respect to the external housing 55.

[0190] Accordingly, in the part 65 for attaching a seal when the door 57 is closed with respect to the external housing 55, the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing and the plate 57B mounting on the door come in contact is whether to approach each other, the opening to insert the ribbon plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing and the hole 57BX to insert the ribbon plate 57B mounting on the door come in contact or close to each other to form a single hole.

[0191] the Width of the plate 57B mounting on the door and the width of the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing are selected so as to be essentially the same. In addition, the width of the deep portion 55D to place the seal from the front surface 55B of the housing is chosen so that it was wider than both the width of the plate 57B mounting on the door and the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing.

[0192] Thus, when the door 57 is closed with respect to the external housing 55, formed part 65 for attaching a seal, which has a wider gap (hereinafter referred to as the clearance for the tape) between the lower edges of the plates 68 of the mounting side of the housing and plate 57B mounting on the door and part of the deep part 55D to place the seal from the front surface 55B of the body than the thickness of the band portion 50A of the seal 50.

[0193] Accordingly, as shown in Fig. 11A and Fig. 11B, in the closed state of the door 57 in relation to the external housing 55 of the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes tape portion 50A of the seal 50 passes successively through hole is 57BX to insert the ribbon plate 57B mounting on the door and through the hole to insert the ribbon plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing, and then inserted into the hole of the head part 50B.

[0194] Accordingly, in the secondary container 24 for storing banknotes by attaching the seal 50 to the portion 65 for attaching the seal through the hole 57BX to insert the ribbon plate 57B mounting on the door is attached to the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing.

[0195] Accordingly, in the secondary container 24 for storing banknotes in a closed state of the door 57 in relation to the external housing 55, the fact that the seal 50 is attached to part 65 for attachment of the seal is the state that is visible from the periphery of the outer case 55. The door 57 may consequently be sealed by the seal 50 with respect to the outer housing 55.

[0196] it Should be noted that in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes during such operation, for example, the main part of the belt portion 50A of the seal 50 can be pressed into the gap for a tape formed in a deep portion 55D to place the seal and the head part 50B can be pressed from the rear side of the plate 68 of the mounting side of the housing inside the deep part 55D to put fillings.

[0197] namely, the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes is possible to achieve such a configuration, in which almost all parts of the seal 50, attached to part 65 for attaching the seal, placed in a deep cha is th 55D to place the seal portion 65 for attaching seal, so they do not protrude from the left side surface 55C of the housing in the direction of the left side of the container for storing banknotes.

[0198] Accordingly, as shown in Fig. 12, during the installation of the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes in block 14 of the lower part of the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes can be placed into the housing 32 of the block without seals 50, attached to the individual parts 65-67 for attaching the seal (and, in particular, the seal 50 is attached to the parts 65 and 66 for attaching the seal on the bottom side) clung to the right plate 32B of the housing unit.

[0199] In the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, when the door 57 is opened in order to remove from the container rejected banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading, the employee removes the seal 50 is attached to part 65 for attaching the seal of part 65 for attaching seal, destroying (severing) the tape portion 50A by using the cutting tool.

[0200] in Addition, in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes lock door 57 in relation to the external housing 55 is removed by the employee inserts the key into the keyhole and turning the lock 60, after which the door 57 is opened, and all the rejected banknotes are removed from the inside of the outer casing 55.

[0201] Then, in the auxiliary pin is inere 24 for storing banknotes officer closes the door 57 and locks the door 57 in a closed state relative to the external housing 55 by turning the key, which is inserted in the keyhole of the lock 60, and attaches the other seal 50 to part 65 for attaching seals, opasatika thus the door 57 in relation to the external housing 55, using the seal 50.

[0202] In the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, when the door 58 is opened to remove forgotten banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading, the employee removes the seal 50 is attached to part 66 for attaching the seal part 66 for attaching seal, destroying (severing) the tape portion 50A by using the cutting tool.

[0203] in Addition, in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes lock the door 58 in relation to the external housing 55 is removed by the employee inserts the key into the keyhole and turning the lock 61, after which the door 58 is opened, and forgotten all banknotes are removed from the inside of the outer casing 55.

[0204] Then, in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes officer closes the door 58 and locks the door 58 in the closed position relative to the external housing 55 by turning the key inserted in the keyhole of the lock 61, and attach the seal 50 to the portion 66 for attaching seals, opasatika thus the door 58 in relation to the external housing 55, using the seal 50.

[0205] In the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes when the door 59 is opened for loading of banknotes in a special place download banknotes, the employee removes the seal 50 is attached to part 67 for attaching the seal of part 67 for attaching seal, destroying (severing) the tape portion 50A by using the cutting tool.

[0206] in Addition, in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes lock the door 59 in relation to the external housing 55 is removed by the employee inserts the key into the keyhole and turning the lock 62, after which the door 59 is opened and many of the supporting banknotes are loaded inside the external housing 55.

[0207] Then, in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes officer closes the door 59 and locks the door 59 in a closed state relative to the external housing 55 by turning the key inserted in the keyhole of the lock 62, and attach the seal 50 to the portion 67 for attaching seals, opasatika thus the door 59 in relation to the external housing 55, using the seal 50.

[0208] Accordingly, each time from the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, you must remove the rejected banknotes or forgotten bills or you need to load the container 24 for storing banknotes auxiliary banknotes in a special place download banknotes, employee destroys the seal 50 to open the door 57-59, and after closing the doors 57-59 employee again attach other seals 50.

[0209] Thus, in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, as well as in the container 20 for storing banknotes, described above, for an employee becomes possible to easily confirm whether there is a likelihood that the door 57-59 were improperly opened, depending on whether the seal 50 is already destroyed before being destroyed by the employee at the appropriate time during excavation rejected banknotes or forgotten bills or during boot helper banknote in a special place of banknotes loading.

[0210] it Should also be noted that in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, as soon as the seal 50 were respectively attached to the portions 65 - 67 for attaching the seal, as well as in the container 20 for storing banknotes, described above, locking doors 57-59 in relation to the external housing 55 can be performed by seals 50.

[0211]

(1-4) Operation and benefits of the first option exercise

In the above configuration, in the automatic cash register 1 locks 43, 60-62 to lock or unlock the doors 42, 57-59 in the closed state is provided for containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and for the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes with external housings 40, 55 are opened and closed by a door 42, 57-59.

[0212] In AWT the automatic cash register 1 containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes are supplied with seals 50, which can be destroyed to remove them and show that the door 42, 57-59 were closed, and part 46, 65-67 for attaching a seal, which seal 50 is attached to lock the doors 42, 57 and 59 are closed.

[0213] In the automatic cash register apparatus 1, when the doors are closed after an employee opened the door, 42, 57-59, uploading banknotes inside or removing banknotes from containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, doors, 42, 57-59 lock locks 43, 60-62 and seals 50 are attached to the parts to attach the seal 46, 65-67.

[0214] Therefore, in the automatic cash register apparatus 1 for containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes for the employee accordingly, it becomes possible to confirm individually for each of the doors 42, 57-59, is there any likelihood that any of the doors 42, 57-59 was improperly opened, depending on whether the seal 50 of each of the doors 42, 47-59 already destroyed before you can be legally destroyed by the employee.

[0215] in Addition, in the automatic cash register apparatus 1, even if it was made unauthorized unlocking of the doors 42, 57-59 using locks 43, 60-62, for example, during installation or removal containers 20-23 for storing the Bank is on and the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes in or out of the block 14 the bottom or during transport, locking doors 42, 57-59 seal 50 is maintained as long as the seal 50 will not be destroyed.

[0216] according To the above configuration, in the automatic cash register 1 locks 43, 60-62 to lock or unlock a closed state of the doors 42, 57-59 provided for containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and for the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes with external housings 40, 55 are opened and closed by a door 42, 57-59, and part 46, 65-67 for attaching a seal is also provided for insertion of the seal 50, which can be destroyed to remove them, which indicate that the door 42, 57-59 were closed, and which block the door 42, 57-59 in the closed state.

[0217] Therefore, in the automatic cash register apparatus 1 for an employee becomes possible to easily confirm for containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and for the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, is there a chance that the door 57-59 were improperly opened, depending on whether the seal 50 razed to their rightful destruction by the employee. It is also possible to keep a lock doors 42, 57-59 seals 50, even if it was made unauthorized unlocking of the doors 42, 57-59 using locks 43, 60-62, for example, during installation or excavation con is Anurov 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes or during transport, up until the seal 50 will not be destroyed.

[0218] Accordingly, the automatic cash register apparatus 1 through the use of seals 50 may provide essentially improved security container 20-23 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes in comparison with the prior art.

[0219] in Addition, in the automatic cash register 1 part 46, 65-67 for attaching a seal is provided in the vicinity of the lever 44 castle in containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0220] In containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes automatic cash register 1 durable locking doors 42, 57-59 seals 50 may be respectively stored, even assuming that the lock of the door 42, 57-59 containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes locks 43, 60-62 was improperly charged.

[0221] in Addition, in the automatic cash register 1 recessed portion 55D to place the seal is formed in the external housing 55 in the form of parts for attaching seals 65-67 in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes so that each of the seals 50,attached to the parts 65-67 for attaching seals, wstavlyaet the in-depth part 55D to put fillings.

[0222] Therefore, in the automatic cash register apparatus 1 of the seal 50 does not interfere with, for example, during installation or excavation auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes in or out of the block 14 the bottom or during transport.

[0223]

(2) the Second variant implementation

(2-1) the External configuration of the automatic cash register

Next follows the explanation of the automatic cash register in accordance with the second embodiment. Automatic cash register apparatus of the second variant implementation has an external configuration similar to the external configuration of the automatic cash register apparatus 1 in accordance with the first embodiment (Fig. 1). Accordingly, the external configuration of the automatic cash register in accordance with the second embodiment must be made with reference to Fig. 1, and further explanation is omitted.

[0224]

(2-2) the Internal configuration of the automatic cash register

Next follows the explanation of the internal configuration of the automatic cash register in accordance with the second embodiment. As shown in Fig. 13, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 2, are denoted by the same reference position, the automatic cash register 70 is made the same way as the auto is the second cash register 1 of the first variant implementation, as described above, except for the configuration of the block 72 of the lower part of the block 71 processing of banknotes and configuration of a wide variety of containers 73-76 for storing banknotes, which are removable way are set in block 72 the bottom.

[0225] In the present example, as shown in Fig. 14A and Fig. 14B, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 3A and Fig. 3B are denoted by the same reference position, the block 72 of the lower part includes made in essentially box-shaped housing 80 of the block, which is elongated in the forward-backward.

[0226] the Housing 80 of the block is formed so that the upper end of the right side plate 80A of the housing unit is equipped with passing in the forward-backward elongated plate 80AX to accommodate rail, which acts in the direction of the right side of the automatic cash register at the top edge.

[0227] the Housing 80 of the block is formed with a left side plate 80B of the housing unit, which has a smaller height than the height of the right side plate 80A of the housing unit. The open part 80C extends from the upper edge of the right side plate 80A of the housing unit to the top edge of the left side plate 80B of the housing unit.

[0228] in Addition, the bottom surface of the housing 80 unit provided in specific places many vertical separating plates 80D, taking place in EmOC is the t back and forth, which define the locations for placement of containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0229] Accordingly, using a number of separating plates 80D, block 72 of the lower part can accommodate each of the containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes in many places for placement of containers in the housing 80 of the block, orienting them so that their doors 57-59 facing backwards, automatic cash register.

[0230] To the body 80 of the block with two front and rear hinge parts 36 is attached with the ability to open and close the section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit, and a hinge part provided on the upper surface of the plate 80AX to accommodate rail (namely, near the hinge pins that are parallel to the direction of forward automatic cash register), so that section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit can open and close the upper end part of the housing 80 of the block in its open part 80C.

[0231] Accordingly, in block 72 the lower part of the tract 27A transportation of banknotes lower sides can be attached to or detached from the respective containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and support the nutrient container 24 for storing banknotes in accordance with the opening and closing section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit with respect to the housing 80 of the block.

[0232] As shown in Fig. 15, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 4, are denoted by the same reference position in the main frame 12 of the block 71 of the banknote processing guide 81 of the left rail is positioned so that its direction of length was parallel to the forward direction at a specific height for the seat of the inner left surface, and the guide 82 of the right rail is positioned so that its direction of length was parallel to the forward direction at a specific height within the right surface.

[0233] In the housing 80 of the block 72 of the lower part of the left sliding rail 83 is mounted so that its direction of length was parallel to the forward direction, at the bottom of the outer side surface 80B of the housing block and the right sliding rail 84 is mounted so that its direction of length was parallel to the forward direction, the lower surface of plate 80AX to accommodate the rail.

[0234] in Addition, in block 72 the lower part of the left sliding rail 83 and right sliding rails 84 which engage with the guide rail 81 of the left rail and the guide rail 82 of the right rail of the main frame 12.

[0235] Therefore, the main frame 12 supports a block 72 of the lower part through the guide 81 of the left rail and the guide rail 82 of the right rail and the left sliding rail 83 and right sliding rails 84 still the way the block 72 of the lower part can be moved in the direction of back and forth.

[0236] Accordingly, as shown in Fig. 16, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 5, are denoted by the same reference position, in a state in which the block 71 of the banknote processing was removed from the front side of the housing 2 automatic cash register (or is installed in the housing 2 of the automatic cash register), block 72 of the lower part can be removed from the front side of the main frame 12 or may be inserted for installation in the main frame 12.

[0237] in the same way as in block 14 of the lower part of the block 11 of the banknote processing in accordance with the first embodiment described above, when the block 72 of the lower part defined therein containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes (namely, containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and the auxiliary container 24 for storing the banknotes accommodated in the housing 80 block) removed from the main frame 12, and section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit is opened relative to the housing 80 of the block, the containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes are detached from the highway 27A transportation of banknotes lower side.

[0238] According to the respectively, in block 71 of the banknote processing containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes inside the housing 80 of the block can be removed by pulling up and to the left from a variety of locations for placement of containers in the housing 80 of the block.

[0239] in Addition, in block 71 of the banknote processing containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, which were thus removed from the block 72 of the bottom, can be transferred to a special download banknotes and many banknotes can be loaded into containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, and rejected banknotes and forgotten banknotes can be removed.

[0240] in Addition, in block 71 of the banknote processing in a state in which the containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes were removed from the block 72 of the bottom, the containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, filled with lots of banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading, and/or are in a special place download banknotes were removed rejected banknotes and forgotten banknotes, can be installed in many locations for placement of containers inside the housing 80 of the block by inserting containers 73-76 for the injured banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes from the top side or diagonally to the left-top.

[0241] In block 71 of the banknote processing, when section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit was closed relative to the body 80 of the block 72 of the bottom, the path 27A transportation of banknotes lower side may be connected to the containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0242] Accordingly, in block 71 of the banknote processing containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes can be installed in block 72 the lower part, and in accordance with established state of the block 72 of the lower part can be placed in the main frame 12 by clicking on it.

[0243] it Should be noted that, when the block 72 of the lower part is inserted into the main frame 12, the path 27A transportation of banknotes lower side is connected with the path 25A transportation of banknotes of the front side and the channel 26A transportation of banknotes back. In addition, when a block 72 of the lower part is removed from the main frame 12, the path 27A transportation of banknotes bottom side is detached from the highway 25A transportation of banknotes front side and from the highway 26A transportation of banknotes back.

[0244]

(2-3) Configuration of the container for storing banknotes

Next follows the explanation of the configuration of a wide variety of containers 73-76 for storing banknotes. It should be noted that p is because many containers 73-76 for storing banknotes have the same configuration, the explanation is given only for the configuration of a single container 73 for storing banknotes, and explanations of other containers 74-76 for storing banknotes are omitted.

[0245] the Following further explanation of the configuration of the container 73 for storing banknotes will be given using the directions defined in the explanation of the configuration of the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment, shown in Fig. 6A and Fig. 6B (namely, the direction to the left of the container for storing banknotes, the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes, and so on).

[0246] As shown in Fig. 17A and Fig. 17B, the container 73 for storing banknotes, as well as the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment, described above, includes an outer housing 90, formed of metal plates in the form of an essentially rectangular box which is elongated in the direction of up and down.

[0247] it Should be noted that the height of the thus formed outer housing 90 is set equivalent to the height of the outer surface 40 of the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment.

[0248] the Upper surface 90A of the outer housing 90, similar to the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment, described the above, fitted through with crack-like hole 90AX receiving/issuing banknotes and essentially C-shaped handle 91 is attached so that it can fit inside or vytaskivatelya of essentially C-shaped drain part.

[0249] the Central portion of the front surface 90B of the outer housing 90 is further provided with an essentially rectangular open part 90BX to download banknotes inside (or to get the banknote from the inside).

[0250] Performed in a substantially rectangular shape, the door 92, formed from the metal plate that is attached with the possibility of opening and closing (namely, so as to open to the left side in this example) to the front surface 90B of the outer housing 90 by, for example, a pair of hinge parts that are not shown on the drawings, provided on the left edge part, so that the outer surface 92A of the door 92 closed the public portion 90BX in the plane of the front surface 90B of the housing or opened the public portion 90BX.

[0251] the Lock 93, such as a cylindrical lock that matches the key, such as key with depressions, is attached at the right end of the Central part of the front surface 90B of the housing so that one end surface of the lock 93 having a keyhole, was available from the front surface 90B of the housing. The other end of the lock 93 vystupaje the inner side of the outer housing 90.

[0252] Next is an explanation of the configuration of the locking mechanism of the door 92 provided in the container 73 for storing banknotes, with reference to Fig. 18. As shown in Fig. 18, the contact plate for 95-98 doors are located in specific locations, which are separated by the thickness of the door 92 in the direction to the interior of the outer housing 90 from the respective top edge and the bottom edge of the open part 90BX. One surface of the respective contact plates for 95-98 door facing in the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes.

[0253] Made in essentially C-shaped bracket 92BX-92BZ respectively provided in specific places on the top edge, bottom edge and the right edge of the inner surface 92B of the door 92, and have holes formed between brackets 92BX-92BZ and the inner surface 92B of the door (referred to below as the openings formed by the brackets).

[0254] Accordingly, in an external enclosure 90, when the door 92 is closed, the upper edge and the lower edge of the inner surface 92B doors come in contact with the contact plates 95-98 for the door, allowing the outer surface 92A of the door to be placed in the plane of the front surface 90B of the housing, and allowing the brackets 92BX-92BZ door 92 to be inserted inside.

[0255] the Rotary plate 99 is attached to the portion of the other end of the lock is 93 so to rotate in one direction or in the other direction of rotation around the Central axis of the lock 93 in accordance with the rotation in one direction of rotation or in the other direction of rotation of the key 100 is inserted into the keyhole.

[0256] in Addition, the outer casing 90 has a locking levers 101-103, provided acepsimas parts on their front ends, located in part of the upper edge, right edge part and the lower edge of the front surface 90B of the housing and aligned in position with the brackets 92BX-92BZ door 92.

[0257] In an external enclosure 90, inside part of the upper edge, right edge part and the lower edge of the front surface 90B of the housing, a lot of locking levers 101-103 drawn through a set of connecting plates 104, respectively having the form of flat plates and through made in essentially L-shaped plate with swivel plate 99 93 castle.

[0258] In the thus formed container 73 for storing banknotes, when the door 92 is in a closed state relative to the outer housing 90 and the key 100 is inserted into the keyhole of the lock 93 and, for example, is rotated around its axis in the other direction of rotation, the rotary plate 99 respectively rotated in the other direction of rotation.

[0259] Accordingly, estwenno, in the container 73 for storing banknotes multiple connecting plates 104 and lots of locking levers 101-103 are set in motion together with the rotation of the rotary plate 99, and siteplease part of many locking levers 101-103 engage the bracket 92BX-92BZ, entering into corresponding holes formed by the brackets.

[0260] In the container 73 for storing banknotes, when the key 100 is extracted from the keyhole of the lock 93, and siteplease part of many locking levers 101-103 geared for the corresponding bracket 92BX-92BZ, the door 92 can be locked (and it is fully locked in the closed state relative to the outer housing 90 (namely, in the fully closed state of the open part 90BX).

[0261] In the container 73 for storing banknotes, when the key 100 is inserted into the keyhole of the lock 93 in the locked state of the door 92 relative to the outer housing 90 and, for example, is rotated around its axis in one direction of rotation, the rotary plate 99 respectively rotated in the same direction of rotation.

[0262] Accordingly, the container 73 for storing banknotes multiple connecting plates 104 and lots of locking levers 101-103 are set in motion together with the rotation of the rotary plate 99, and siteplease part of many locking levers 101-103 out of the respective CTE is RSTI, formed by the brackets, releasing the lock of the door 92 relative to the outer housing 90.

[0263] Thus, in the container 73 for storing banknotes door 92 can be opened relative to the outer housing 90, and the open part 90BX can be opened, allowing you to download inside many banknotes or remove banknotes that are inside.

[0264] In the container 73 for storing banknotes (see Fig. 17A and Fig. 17B) in addition to the above-mentioned configuration is provided by part 107 for attaching a seal, for example, on the outer body 90 below the castle 93.

[0265] In the present example, the hole 90BY for access to the connecting plate is provided as part 107 for attaching the seal to the right end portion of the front surface 90B of the outer housing 90, to the lower side of the castle 93, so that was visible portion of one surface of one of the connecting plates 104 multiple connecting plates 104 in the inner part of the outer housing 90.

[0266] In the front end part of the right-side surface 90C (also referred to below as the right side of the hull has a hole 90CX to eject the tape as part 107 for attaching a seal in the immediate vicinity of the holes 90BY for access to the connecting plate at the same height position as that of the hole 90BY to access soy is internai plate.

[0267] Part 107 for attaching the seal includes one connecting plate 104A (also referred to below as the connecting plate with the attached seal), which is part of one surface is visible through the hole 90BY for access to the connecting plate. The hole for inserting the tape 104AX provided on the part of the one surface of the connecting plate 104A with the attached seal, which is visible through the hole 90BY for access to the connecting plate.

[0268] As shown in Fig. 19, the container 73 for storing banknotes in a closed state of the door 92 relative to the outer housing 90 tape portion 50A of the seal 50 is inserted through the hole 90BY for access to the connecting plate into the hole to insert the tape 104AX connecting plates 104A with the attached seal, and then after pulling through the hole 90CX to eject the tape the tape portion 50A is inserted into the hole in the head part 50B.

[0269] Accordingly, in part 107 for attaching a seal in the container 73 for storing banknotes seal 50 is attached to part 107 for attaching a seal so that the seal 50 connects the connecting plate 104A with the attached seal in the Central part of the right front corner of the outer case 90 (namely, in the part between the hole 90BY for access to the connecting plate and the hole 90CX for the treatment of ribbon through the hole 90BY for access to the connecting plate, the hole for inserting the tape 104AX and hole 90CX to eject the tape.

[0270] In the thus formed container 73 for storing banknotes seal 50 is attached to part 107 for attaching a seal able, visible from the periphery of the outer housing 90 when the door 92 is in a closed state relative to the outer housing 90.

[0271] When the seal 50 has been attached to part 107 for attaching seal, connection plate 104A with the attached seal can be fixed so that it does not move relative to the outer housing 90 due to the fact that the seal 50 connects the connecting plate 104A with the attached seal with the Central part of the right front corner of the outer housing 90.

[0272] Thus, when the seal 50 has been attached to part 107 for attaching a seal, the seal 50 can stop the rotation of the rotary plate 99 by means of fixing the connecting plate 104A with the attached seal, even if you attempt improperly to release the lock of the door 92 93 castle, for example, using the key 100 or using a pick in an attempt to rotate the rotary plate 99 in one direction of rotation.

[0273] specifically, with the seal 50, even if an attempt was made to rotate the rotary plate 99 in the same direction of rotation as connecting PLA is Tina 104A with the attached seal is installed so the turning plate 99 can not be moved, the other plate of the many connecting plates 104 and locking levers 101-103 also can not move.

[0274] Thus, being attached to part 107 for attaching a seal, the seal 50 prevents removal of the lock, even if an attempt is made improperly to release the lock of the door 92 93 castle, keeping a lock on the door 92.

[0275] Thus, in the container 73 for storing banknotes by attaching the seal 50 to the portion for attaching the seal 107 door 92 can be sealed relative to the outer housing 90 of the seal 50.

[0276] In practice, the container 73 for storing banknotes, when the door 92 is opened to load a lot of banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading, the employee removes the seal 50 is attached to part 107 for attaching the seal of part 107 for attaching seal, destroying (severing) the tape portion 50A by using the cutting tool.

[0277] in Addition, in the container 73 for storing banknotes lock the door 92 relative to the outer housing 90 is removed by the employee inserts the key 100 in the keyhole of the lock 93 and turning the lock 93, after which the door 92 is opened, and many banknotes are loaded inside the outer case 90.

[0278] Then, in the container 73 for x is anemia banknotes officer closes the door 92 and locks the door 92 in a closed state relative to the outer housing 90 by turning the key, which is inserted in the keyhole of the lock 93, and attaches the other seal 50 to part 107 for attaching seals, opasatika thus the door 92 relative to the outer housing 90, using the seal 50.

[0279] Accordingly, the container 73 for storing banknotes, as well as in the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment described above, the employee can easily confirm whether there is a likelihood that the door 92 has been improperly opened, depending on whether the seal 50 has been destroyed before you can be legally destroyed by the employee during boot banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading.

[0280] in Addition, in the case of container 73 for storing banknotes, when the seal 50 has been attached to part 107 for attaching a seal, as in the case of a container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment described above, the seal 50 may be blocking the door 92 in a closed state relative to the outer housing 90.

[0281] it Should be noted that in block 72 of the bottom, as described above, in the housing 80 of the block height of the left side plate 80B of the housing unit is chosen so that it was less than the height of the part 107 for attaching the container seal 73 for storing banknotes (namely, the height from the bottom surface of the external housing is 90 to part 107 for attaching a seal).

[0282] Thus, in block 72 of the bottom, when the container 73 for storing banknotes (and other containers 74-76 for storing banknotes) are placed in the housing 80 of the block, the seal 50 is attached to the part to attach the seal 107 is located towards the upper side of the upper edge of the left side plate 80B of the housing unit so as not to interfere with the location of the container 73 for storing banknotes (and other containers 74-76 for storing banknotes) in the body.

[0283]

(2-4) the Work and useful effects of the second variant implementation

In the above configuration of the automatic cash register 70 is supplied with locks 93 on containers 73-76 for storing banknotes, with the outer case 90, each of which is respectively provided with opening and closing the door 92, lots of locking levers 101-103, swivel plate 99 attached to the lock 93, and lots of connecting plate 104, which connect the rotary plate 99 with this many locking levers 101-103.

[0284] In the automatic cash register apparatus 70, when the key 100 is inserted into the keyhole of the lock 93 in containers 73-76 for storing banknotes and rotated in one direction or the other, the rotary plate 99 respectively rotated in the same direction, many of the connecting plates 104 and lots of locking levers 101 - 03 are set in motion and the door 92 is locked in the closed position or the lock is released.

[0285] In the automatic cash register 70, each of the containers 73-76 for storing banknotes supplied part for attaching a seal 107 to which is attached a seal 50, which can be destroyed to remove it.

[0286] In containers 73-76 for storing banknotes automatic cash register 70 after locking the closed door 92 through 93 castle seal 50 is attached to part 107 for attaching the seal is thus to associate one connecting plate 104A with the attached seal from a variety of connecting plate 104 with the outer housing 90.

[0287] Therefore, in the case of automatic cash register 70 for each of the containers 73-76 for storing banknotes employee can confirm whether there is a likelihood that the door 92 has been improperly opened, depending on whether the seal 50 has been destroyed to its rightful destruction by the employee.

[0288] furthermore, in the automatic cash register 70, even if an attempt was made improperly to unlock the doors 92 locks 93, for example, during installation or removal containers 73-76 for storing banknotes from the block 14 the bottom or during their transportation, unlocking can be prevented by blocking with the help of a seal 50, which hinders the movement of the connecting pastinya with the attached seal, other plates from a variety of connecting plate 104, and multiple locking levers 101-103.

[0289] according To the above configuration, in the automatic cash register 70 containers 73-76 for storing banknotes equipped with multiple locking levers 101-103, swivel plate 99 attached to the lock 93, and lots of connecting plate 104, which connect many of the blocking levers 101-103 swivel plate 99, and part 107 for attaching the seal 50, which can be removed only by destruction. When the key 100 is inserted into the keyhole of the lock 93 and the pivot plate 99 is rotated in accordance with the direction of rotation of the key 100, many of the connecting plates 104 and lots of locking levers 101-103 are set in motion and block the door 92 in the closed state, or unlocks it. When the door 92 is locked by the lock 93, the seal 50 is also attached to part 107 for attaching seals to associate one connecting plate 104A with the attached seal with the outer casing 90.

[0290] Therefore, in the automatic cash register 70, even if an attempt was made improperly to unlock the door 92 93 castle in containers 73-76 for storing banknotes, unlocking can be prevented by blocking with the help of a seal 50, which prevents the relocation of the multiple locking levers 101-103.

[0291] Thus, with the help of automatic cash register 70 can provide useful effects similar to the useful effects of the first variant of implementation described above and, in addition, locking the door 92 93 castle can be amplified by a seal 50, which allows to obtain a significant improvement in security containers 73-76 for storing banknotes.

[0292]

(3) a Third option exercise

(3-1) the External configuration of the automatic cash register

Next follows the explanation of the automatic cash register in accordance with the third embodiment. Automatic cash register apparatus of the third variant implementation has an external configuration similar to the external configuration of the automatic cash register apparatus 1 in accordance with the first embodiment (Fig. 1). Accordingly, the external configuration of the automatic cash register in accordance with the third embodiment must be made with reference to Fig. 1, and further explanation is omitted.

[0293]

(3-2) the Internal configuration of the automatic cash register

Next follows the explanation of the internal configuration of the automatic cash register in accordance with the third embodiment. As shown in Fig. 20, in which parts corresponding to parts of the image is defined in Fig. 2, are denoted by the same reference position, the automatic cash register apparatus 110 of the third variant implementation is configured as automatic cash register apparatus 1 of the first variant implementation, as described above, except for the configuration of many containers 112-115 for storing banknotes, which are removable way are set in block 14 of the bottom part.

[0294] Therefore, followed by the explanation of the configuration of many containers 112-115 for storing banknotes, a removable manner specified in block 14 of the lower part of the automatic cash register apparatus 110 in accordance with the third embodiment.

[0295]

(3-3) the Configuration container for storing banknotes

Many containers 112-115 for storing banknotes in accordance with the third embodiment have the same configuration. Therefore, the following explanation will be given only for the configuration of a single container 112 for storing banknotes, and explanations of other containers 113-115 for storing banknotes will be omitted.

[0296] in Addition, the following further explanation of the configuration of the container 112 for storing banknotes will be given using the directions defined in the explanation of the configuration of the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment, the image is authorized in Fig. 6A and Fig. 6B (namely, the direction to the left of the container for storing banknotes, the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes, and so on).

[0297] As shown in Fig. 21A and Fig. 21B, the container 112 for storing banknotes, as well as the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment, described above, includes an outer housing 120, formed of metal plates in the form of an essentially rectangular box which is elongated in the direction of up and down.

[0298] it Should be noted that the height of the thus formed outer case 120 is set equivalent to the height of the outer surface 40 of the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment.

[0299] the Top surface 120A of the outer housing 120, similar to the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment, described above, is supplied through with crack-like hole 120AX receiving/issuing banknotes and essentially C-shaped handle 121 attached so that it can fit inside or vytaskivatelya of essentially C-shaped drain part.

[0300] the Central portion of the front surface 120B of the outer casing 120 is further provided with an essentially rectangular open part 120BX to download banknotes inside (or get ban the notes inside).

[0301] Performed in a substantially rectangular shape, the door 122, formed from the metal plate that is attached with the possibility of opening and closing (namely, so as to open in the right side in this example) to the front surface 120B of the external housing 120 through, for example, a pair of hinge parts that are not shown on the drawings, provided on the right edge part, so that the outer surface 122A of the door 122 closed the public portion 120BX in the plane of the front surface 120B of the housing or opened the public portion 120BX.

[0302] the Lock 123, such as a cylindrical lock that matches the key, such as key depressions (not shown in the drawings) is attached to the left end of the Central part of the door 122 so that one end surface of the lock 123 having a keyhole, was accessible from the outer surface 122A of the door 122. The other end of the castle 123 protrudes from the inner surface 122B of the door 122.

[0303] To the other end of the castle 123 parallel to the inner surface 122B of the door is attached a thin elongated lever 124 of the lock formed by a metal plate.

[0304] Accordingly, when the key is inserted in the keyhole and lock 123 is rotated around its axis in one direction of rotation or in the other direction of rotation, opposite the first direction of rotation is, the lever 124 of the lock is rotated in one direction or in the other direction of rotation associated with this rotation operation, the lever 124 of the castle remains parallel to the inner surface 122B of the door.

[0305] in Addition, in an external enclosure 120 locking plate 125, formed from the metal plate that is attached to the rear side of the left end portion of the front surface 120B of the housing so that a portion of the stop plate 125 is in the open part 120BX.

[0306] Accordingly, the container 112 for storing banknotes, as well as in the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment described above, when the door 122 is closed with respect to the outer housing 120, the Central part of the left end of the inner surface 122B of the door is pressed against the front surface of the protruding part of the locking plate 125, placing the outer surface 122A of the door in the plane of the front surface 120B of the hull.

[0307] In this state, the container 112 for storing banknotes, when the key is inserted in the keyhole of the lock 123, and, for example, is rotated in the other direction of rotation, the lever 124 of the castle is also rotated in the other rotation direction, and the protruding portion of the stop plate 125 is located between the door 122 and the front end part of the lever 124 of the lock.

[0308] In the container 12 for storing banknotes, when the key is removed from the keyhole of the lock 123 with a projecting part of the stop plate 125 that is located in such a way between the door 122 and the front end part of the lever 124 of the lock, the door 122 can be locked in a closed state relative to the outer housing 120.

[0309] In the container 112 for storing banknotes in a locked state of the door 122 relative to the outer housing 120, the lock of the door 122 relative to the outer housing 120 is removed, for example, when the key is inserted in the keyhole of the lock 123 and rotates in the same direction of rotation by turning the lever 124 of the lock in the same direction of rotation.

[0310] In the container 112 for storing banknotes door 122 may consequently be open in relation to the external housing 120 in order to open the public portion 120BX, and many banknotes can be loaded inside or banknotes can be removed from the inner part.

[0311] In addition to the above configuration, the container 112 for storing banknotes is part 127 for attaching a seal provided on the outer body 120 and the frame 122, for example, below the castle 123.

[0312] In the present example, as part 127 for attaching a seal, a groove 122AX for seals on the door, for example, on the outer surface 122A of the door 122 below the castle 123, made in the form of direct Lin is with a specific width and depth, the corresponding width and height of the head part 50B of the seal 50, which is parallel to direction of left container for storing banknotes from the right edge to the left edge of the door 122.

[0313] the Groove 120F for seals from the housing with a width and depth of the equivalent width and the depth of the groove 122AX for seals on the door, is formed on the outer body 120 so that it was held at the same height as the groove 122AX for seals on the door, from the left end portion of the front surface 120B of the body through the left side surface 120C of the housing, a rear surface 120D of the housing (also referred to below as the rear surface), the right side 120E housing, and to the right end portion of the front surface 120B of the housing.

[0314] specifically, the groove 120F for seals from the housing and the groove 122AX for seals on the door are formed so that they pass around the outer case 120 and the door 122 as part 127 for attaching a seal, so that the width in the direction from left to right and thickness in the forward-backward container 112 for storing banknotes narrowed would be at a specific height from the bottom surface of the outer case 120.

[0315] Then, as shown in Fig. 22, in the closed state of the door 122 relative to the outer housing 120 tape portion 50A of the seal 50 is inserted into the hole in the head is Asti 50B so, to fit into the groove 120F for seals from the housing and into the groove 122AX for seals on the door of the essentially around the entire circumference of the container 112 for storing banknotes.

[0316] the Container 112 for storing banknotes, respectively, has the seal 50 is attached to part 127 for attaching a seal so that the seal 50 connects the door 122 with the outer housing 120 through the groove 120F for seals from the housing and through the groove 122AX to seal on the door in part 127 for attaching the seal.

[0317] Thus, in the completed container 112 for storing banknotes in a closed state relative to the outer housing 120 door 122, the seal 50 is attached to part 127 for attaching a seal so as to be visible from the periphery of the outer case 120, allowing the door 122 to be sealed relative to the external enclosure 120 of the seal 50.

[0318] In practice, the container 112 for storing banknotes, when the door 122 is opened in order to load it many banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading, the employee removes the seal 50 is attached to part 127 for attaching the seal of part 127 for attaching seal, destroying (severing) the tape portion 50A by using the cutting tool.

[0319] in Addition, in the container 112 for storing banknotes lock the door 122 relative to the outer housing 20 is removed by the employee, insert the key into the keyhole and turning the lock 123, after which the door 122 is opened, and many banknotes are loaded inside the outer case 120.

[0320] Then, in the container 112 for storing banknotes officer closes the door 122 and locks the door 122 in the closed state relative to the outer housing 120 by turning the key inserted in the keyhole of the lock 123, and attach the seal 50 to part 127 for attaching seals, opasatika thus the door 122 relative to the outer housing 120, using the seal 50.

[0321] Accordingly, the container 112 for storing banknotes, as well as in the container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment described above, during loading of banknotes in a special place of banknotes loading employee can easily confirm whether there is a likelihood that the door 122 has been improperly opened, depending on whether the seal 50 has been destroyed before you can be legally destroyed by the employee.

[0322] in Addition, in the case of container 112 for storing banknotes, when the seal 50 has been attached to part 127 for attaching a seal, as in the case of a container 20 for storing banknotes in accordance with the first embodiment described above, the seal 50 may be blocking the door 122 in the closed condition of the wear to the outer case 120.

[0323] it Should be noted that in the container 112 for storing banknotes part 127 for attaching a seal provided on the outer body 120 and the frame 122 above the upper edge of the right plate 32B of the housing 32 of the block.

[0324] Accordingly, the container 112 for storing banknotes allows you to avoid the seal 50 is attached to part 127 for attaching a seal that prevented installation or excavation during installation or cutting block 72 the bottom.

[0325]

(3-4) the Work and useful effects of the third variant implementation

In the above configuration of the automatic cash register apparatus 110 lock 123 to lock the door 122 in the closed position, or in order to remove this lock, supplied each of the containers 112-115 for storing banknotes, each of which respectively includes an outer housing 120 and open and close the door 122.

[0326] In the automatic cash register 110 groove 120F for seals from the housing and the groove 122AX for seals on the door are provided on the containers 112-115 for storing banknotes around a closed path on the surface of the outer case 120 and the door 122 as part 127 for attaching a seal to attach the seal 50, which can be destroyed to remove it.

[0327] Thus, in the automatic cash register apparatus 10, the seal 50 is attached to part 127 for attaching a seal in each of the containers 112-115 for storing banknotes so, to associate the door 122 with the outer housing 120 in the closed state of the door 122 relative to the outer housing 120.

[0328] For the automatic cash register apparatus 110, the employee may individually to establish whether there is a likelihood that the door 122 has been improperly opened for each of the containers 112-115 for storing banknotes, depending on whether the seal 50 has been destroyed to its rightful destruction by the employee.

[0329] the Automatic cash register apparatus 110 can also save the lock of the door 122 seal 50, even if an attempt was made improperly to unlock the door 122 using lock 123, for example, during installation or removal containers 112-115 for storing banknotes from the block 14 the bottom or during their transportation, as long as the seal 50 will not be destroyed.

[0330] In accordance with the above-described configuration of the automatic cash register 110 is supplied lock 123 on each of the containers 112-115 for storing banknotes in order to block the door 122 in the closed position, and in order to remove this lock and supplied part 127 for attaching the seal formed by the groove 120F for seals from the housing and a groove 122AX for seals on the door, which passes around a closed path on the surface of the outer housing 12 and the door 122, attached to the seal 50 in order to associate the door 122 with the outer housing 120 in the closed state of the door 122 relative to the outer housing 120.

[0331] Thus, by using the automatic cash register apparatus 110 can provide useful effects similar to the useful effects of the first variant of implementation described above and, in addition, the configuration of part 127 for attaching a seal can be greatly simplified in comparison with the first embodiment described above.

[0332]

(4) Other embodiments of the

(4-1) is Another variant of implementation 1

It should be noted that in the first embodiment described above, explanation was given of a case in which performed in a substantially rectangular plate 42C mounting on the door and is made in a substantially rectangular plate 47 of the mounting side of the body are provided on the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes as part 46 for attaching the seal, and the seal 50 is attached to the plate 42C mounting on the door and to the plate 47 of the fixing-side housing in the state of their mutual contact or proximity to each other.

[0333] However, the present invention is not limited to this, and, as shown in Fig. 23A and Fig. 23B, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 6A and Fig. B, are denoted by the same reference positions, in part 130 for attaching the seal plate 131 of the mounting side of the housing may be provided, for example, on the outer body 40, together with the notch 131A concrete depth on one surface, which corresponds to the thickness of the plate 42C mounting on the door.

[0334] In such cases, the plate 131 of the mounting side of the housing is performed so that the depth from the edge of the recess 131A to its bottom is larger than the thickness of the plate 42C mounting on the door.

[0335] the Hole 131B to insert a tape provided in the lower surface of the plate 131 of the fixing-side housing in the place turned to the hole 42CX to insert the ribbon plate 42C mounting on the door, when the door 42 is closed with respect to the outer housing 40 and the plate 42C mounting on the door is inserted in the recess 131A.

[0336] in Addition, the lower surface of the plate 131 of the fixing-side housing provided with at least two rectangular supporting plates 131C, 131D, which is parallel to the plate 131 of the mounting side of the housing in the direction of its length and protruding from it perpendicularly so as to be adjacent to the Central part of the inner surface of the plate 42C mounting on the door.

[0337] Accordingly, as shown in Fig. 24, when the door 42 is closed in respect to the tion to the outer casing 40, part 130 for attaching the seal allows the plate 42C mounting on the door to enter the notch plate 131A 131 mounting side of the housing so that the inner surface of the plate 42C mounting on the door comes in contact or near the edges of the front side supporting plates 131C, 131D.

[0338] part 130 for attaching a seal, for example, the tape portion 50A of the seal 50 then passes from the rear side sequentially through the hole to insert the tape 131B plate 131 of the mounting side of the housing and through the hole 42CX to insert the ribbon plate 42C mounting on the door, and then inserted into the head part 50B of the seal.

[0339] Accordingly, in part 130 for attaching the seal the seal 50 is attached to part 130 for attaching the seal so that the plate 42C mounting on the door of the associated through hole for inserting the tape 131B, 42CX plate 131 of the mounting side of the housing with a seal 50, opasatika thus the door 42.

[0340] with this configuration, the present invention is, for example, is able to prevent deformation of the plate 131 of the mounting side of the housing and plate 42C mounting on the door, when an attempt is made to pull the seal 50 to the outside or when there is a collision during transport.

[0341] specifically, as shown in Fig. 25, the part 46 for attaching the seal there is a possibility of deformation of the plate 42C mounting on the door or plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing or both, when an attempt is made to pull the seal 50 to the outside when the seal 50 is attached to the plate 42C mounting on the door and to the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing in such a state that they are facing each other with a gap between them, or when the plate 42C mounting on the door and the plate 47 of the fixing-side housing confronted with something during transport.

[0342] However, with this configuration, in the present invention the supporting plate 131C, 131D, arranged perpendicularly to the bottom surface of the plate 131 of the mounting side of the body, function as ribs, and allow you to achieve a more rigid configuration.

[0343] in Addition, in the present invention, when an attempt is made to pull the seal 50 to the outside, or when the plate 42C mounting on the door and the plate 131 of the fixing-side housing across something during transport supporting plate 131C, 131D plate 131 of the mounting side of the housing come into contact with the plate 42C mounting on the door, and thereby prevent deformation.

[0344] In addition, the present invention can be accomplished in part 46 for attaching a seal with one or with many ribs provided on the front surface toward the front surface is made in essentially ramohalli the form of a plate 42C mounting on the door (part of the outer surface 42A of the door), or with one or with many ribs provided on the surface facing the front side is made in a substantially rectangular-shaped plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing or on the surface facing to the rear.

[0345] furthermore, the present invention is made in part 46 for attaching a seal with one or with many ribs provided on the surface facing the rear side is made in a substantially rectangular-shaped plate 42C mounting on the door (part of the inner surface 42B of the door) or with one or with many ribs provided on the surface facing the front side is made in a substantially rectangular-shaped plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing.

[0346] the Present invention can be designed so that one or a set of edges which engage each other when the plate 42C mounting on the door and the plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing facing each other in the position of the door 42 is closed with respect to the outer housing 40.

[0347] In the present invention in accordance with this configuration, the plate 42C mounting on the door and the plate 47 of the fixing-side housing mutually reinforce each other, and thereby can be prevented deformation when an attempt is made to pull the seal 50 out who or when the plate 42C mounting on the door or plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing facing something during transport.

[0348]

(4-2) Another option exercise 2

In the first embodiment described above, explanation has been given for the case in which the seal 50 is attached to part 46 for insertion of a filling each of the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes pass through the tape part 50A sequentially through the opening 47A to insert the ribbon plate 47 of the mounting side of the housing and through the hole 42CX to insert the ribbon plate 42C mounting on the door.

[0349] However, in the present invention there is no limitation to this, and for example, as shown in Fig. 26A and Fig. 26B, the configuration may be made such that the lock 136 is attached to the Central left end portion of the door 135 in the container 134 for storing banknotes, as part 138 for attaching a seal is provided in the Central part of the left side door 135 and in the Central part of the front edge of the left side surface of the external case 137.

[0350] Then, in part 138 for attaching the seal provided is made in essentially L-shaped plate 135A mounting on the door, protruding from the left side door 135, with a hole 135AX to insert a tape, which is elongated in the horizontal direction and passes through the front end part of the plate 135A mounting on the door.

[0351] In part 138 for prikreplennymi also provided a flat plate 139 of the mounting side of the housing, protruding perpendicularly from the left side surface 137A of the external case 137, with a hole 139A to insert a plate which is elongated in the vertical direction and passes through the front end part of the plate 139 of the mounting side of the housing.

[0352] Then, as shown in Fig. 27, in part 138 for attaching seals the front end part of the plate 135A mounting on the door is inserted into the hole 139A to insert the plates on the plate 139 of the mounting side of the housing when the door 135 is closed with respect to the external case 137.

[0353] Thus, in part 138 for attaching the seal the seal 50 can be attached to the plate 135A mounting on the door in a hanging position of the plate 135A mounting on the door of the through passage of the tape portion 50A of the seal 50 through the hole 135AX to insert a tape located on the back side of the plate 139 of the mounting side of the housing.

[0354] In the present invention, due to such configuration, for example, even when the lock of the door 135 136 castle was unauthorized removed by breaking the lock, seal 50 holds the plate 139 of the mounting side of the housing, when an attempt is made to open the door 135, which prevents the pulling plate 135A mounting on the door of the holes 139A to insert a plate located on the PLA is Tina 139 mounting side of the housing.

[0355] Accordingly, in the present invention, this configuration can be obtained beneficial effects similar to the useful effects of the first variant of implementation described above.

[0356] it Should be noted that in the present invention, for example, the hole for the insert plate is provided on the fastening plate on the door, which is formed as a flat plate, and a hole for insertion of the tape is provided on a front end portion of the attachment plate from the housing, which is formed in a substantially L-shaped form.

[0357] Thus, in the present invention, the configuration may be made such that in a state in which the front end part of the attachment plate side shell passed through the hole for the insert plate on the mounting plate on the door, the seal is attached to the front end portion of the attachment plate from the housing through the opening for insertion of the tape.

[0358] In the present invention, thanks to the creation of such a configuration can be obtained beneficial effects similar to the useful effects of the configurations shown in Fig. 26A, Fig. 26B and Fig. 27.

[0359] in Addition, in the present invention, for example, as shown in Fig. 28, part 140 for attaching a seal hole 141AX to insert a tape, which UD is inane in the vertical direction, can pass through the front end part is made in a substantially L-shaped plate 141A mounting on the door, protruding from the door 141.

[0360] Then, in the present invention the seal, not shown in the drawings, may be attached to part 140 for attaching the seal by running her belt part through the hole 141AX to insert the ribbon plate 141A mounting on the door in the orientation parallel to the direction (namely, in the orientation in which the front end of the tape part is directed backward (or forward)).

[0361] In the present invention, is designed so that when an attempt is made to open the door 141, when the lock of the door 141 castle 142 has been removed improperly, the seal is similarly holds the plate 139 of the mounting side of the housing, thus preventing the pulling plate 141A mounting on the door of the holes 139A to insert the plates on the plate 139 of the mounting side of the housing.

[0362] Thus, in the present invention, is designed in such a way can be obtained beneficial effects similar to the useful effects of the first variant of implementation described above, and in addition, the seal is placed at a distance, maximum distance from the right side Plastinin housing 32 of the unit when installing or hollow container for storing banknotes from the block 14 of the bottom, that avoids obstruction of the installation or excavation.

[0363]

(4-3) is Another variant of implementation 3

In addition, in the first embodiment described above, explanation has been given for the case in which the plate 42C mounting on the door and the plate 47 of the mounting side of the body are provided as part 46 for attaching the seal on the containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and seal 50 is attached to them.

[0364] However, the present invention is not limited to this, and the plate for attaching a seal may be provided on the outer body or on the door, and the seal 50 can be attached to it.

[0365] Next is an explanation of the configuration for the case where the plate for attaching a seal is provided on the door. In such cases, for example, as shown in Fig. 29A and Fig. 29B, the present invention provides a lock 146 attached to the Central part in the left-hand end of the door 145 container 144 for storing banknotes, and part 148 for attaching the seal on the left upper end portion of the door 135 and on the left upper end portion of the front surface 147A of the outer casing 147.

[0366] in Addition, in the present invention the container 144 for storing banknotes supplied part 149 for attaching a seal to the lower left end portion of the door 145 and the lower left end part of the front the surface 147A of the outer casing 147.

[0367] In one part 148 for attaching a seal is made in a substantially rectangular plate 145A for connection provided on the left end of the upper surface of the door 145 so that it acted in the upward direction of the container for storing banknotes, and the hole 145AX to insert a tape is provided on the front end portion of the plate 145A to join.

[0368] On the one part 148 for attaching a seal is also formed notch 147AV corresponding plate 145A to attach the left upper end portion of the front surface 147A of the outer casing 147.

[0369] in Addition, on one part 148 for attaching a seal is formed a hole 147AW to insert the tape so that it has passed from the position directly above the notches 147AV in the front surface 147A of the outer surface 147 to the position corresponding to the hole 145AX to insert the ribbon plate 145A to attach to the bottom of the recess 147AV.

[0370] in Addition, in another part 149 for attaching the seal on the left end of the lower side of the door 145 is provided is made in a substantially rectangular plate 145B to attach so that it acted in a downward direction of the container for storing banknotes, and the hole 145BX to insert the tape passes through the front end part of the plate 145B to join.

[0371] In another part 19 for attaching a seal is also formed notch 147AX, the corresponding plate 145B for joining in the lower left end portion of the front surface 147A of the outer casing 147.

[0372] in Addition, in another part 149 for attaching a seal is formed a hole 147Y to insert the tape so that it has passed from the position directly below the notches 147AX in the front surface 147A of the outer surface 147 to the position corresponding to the hole 145BX to insert the ribbon plate 145B to attach to the bottom of the recess 147AX.

[0373] Then, as shown in Fig. 30, in one part 148 for attaching a seal band portion 50A of the seal 50 is passed through the hole 147AW to insert a tape with the front surface 147A of the housing, then through the hole 145AX to insert the ribbon plate 145A to attach, and is inserted into the hole of the head part 50B of the seal.

[0374] the Plate 145A to attach the left upper end portion of the door 145 respectively associated seal 50 from the upper left end part of the front surface 147A external enclosure 147 through holes 147AW, 145AX to insert a tape, and seal 50 so attached to one part 148 for attaching the seal.

[0375] Although not shown specifically, the seal 50 is also attached to another part 149 for attaching a seal in exactly the same way as for the first part 148 for attaching the seal.

[0376] In the present invention, done nnom thus, in the closed state of the door 145 relative to the external casing 147 seals 50 are respectively connected to one and to the other parts 148, 149 to attach the seal, thus allowing the door 145 to be sealed relative to the external casing 147.

[0377] In the present invention, due to such configuration, since the left end side of the door 145, which is attached lock 146, sealed in two places on the upper side and the lower side (namely, in parts, provided with reinforcing plates), even assuming that the lock 146 was hacked, and an attempt was made to open the door 145 using scrap, lock the door 145 may be stored by seals 50 in two places.

[0378] However, in the present invention, the configuration may include not only parts for attaching seals 148, 149 and corresponding seals 50, attached to the parts 148, 149 for attaching a seal provided in two places on the outer body 147 and in the frame 145, and part for attaching a seal provided at three or more locations external of the housing 147 and door 145, with appropriate seals 50, attached to the parts to attach the seals in these three or more places.

[0379] Thus, the present invention is made part 148, 149 for attaching a seal may be provided only in one place is nesnera housing 147 and door 145.

[0380] In such cases, in the present invention, for example, as shown in Fig. 31A and Fig. 31B, the castle 156 can be attached to the lower left end portion of the door 155 container 154 for storing banknotes.

[0381] the Present invention can also be carried out with the container 154 for storing banknotes, with part 158 for attaching a seal with a configuration similar to the configuration of one part 148 for attaching the seal described above with reference to Fig. 29A and Fig. 29B provided on the left upper end portion of the door 155 and on the left upper end portion of the front surface 157A of the outer surface 157.

[0382] Then, similarly to the case described with reference to Fig. 30, the seal 50 is attached to part 158 for attaching seals, opasatika thereby the door 155 with respect to the outer casing 157 using the seal 50.

[0383] In the present invention, with this configuration, the seal 50 is attached through a portion 158 for attaching a seal to the upper side of the left end portion where the lock 156 is attached to the frame 155 (namely, through the part, provided with a reinforcing plate), and the lower side of the left end portion is locked by the lock 156, thus locking the door 155 seal 50 and lock 156 can be saved, even if an attempt is made to open the door 155 using, for example, scrap.

p> [0384] In the present invention, for example, as shown in Fig. 32A and Fig. 32B, the castle 167 may be attached to the Central left end portion of the door 166 container 165 for storing banknotes.

[0385] in Addition, in the present invention the portion 169 for attaching a seal may be provided in the Central part on the left end of the door 166, in the Central part on the left end of the front surface 168A of the casing and in the Central front end portion of the left side surface 168B of the outer surface 168 in the container 165 for storing banknotes.

[0386] In such cases, the plate is to be attached is provided on the door 166 169 part for attaching a seal that uses castle 167. Namely, in the part 169 to attach the seal lever 170 of the castle, which functions as a plate to be attached, is attached to the other end of the castle 167, which protrudes from the inner surface 166A door 166, and a hole 170A to insert a tape provided in the front end portion of the lever 170 of the lock.

[0387] In part 169 for attaching a seal hole 168BX for access to the plate for attaching passes inside the outer casing 168 parallel to the direction to the right container for storing banknotes in the Central front end portion of the left side surface 168B of the outer surface 168.

[0388] In part 169 for attaching seals frequent open the holes 168BX for access to the plate for attaching cut from the Central left end portion of the front surface 168A of the outer surface 168 to the left end portion of the hole 168BX for access to the plate for attaching, so the open part is formed extending from the Central front end portion of the left side surface 168B of the case to the Central front end portion of the left side surface 168A of the hull.

[0389] In the container 165 for storing banknotes, due to this configuration, when the key is inserted in the keyhole of the lock 167 and turns in the closed state of the door 166 relative to the outer housing 168, the lever 170 of the castle, for example, is rotated approximately 90 from the state in which a part of its front end facing toward the top of the container for storing banknotes, so that after turning the front end part of the lever 170 of the lock is turned in the direction of the left container for storing banknotes.

[0390] Thus, in the container 165 for storing banknotes locking plate 171 is located between the lever 170 of the lock and the door 166, and the door 166 is locked in a closed state relative to the outer housing 168.

[0391] Here, as shown in Fig. 33A and Fig. 33B, in part 169 for attaching seals the front end part of the lever 170 of the castle, which is directed towards the left container for storing banknotes after locking the door 166 lock 167 (namely, the front end part, which has a hole 170A to insert tape), is available through the open part of the hole 168BX to access the and to the plate to attach.

[0392] In part 169 to attach the seal, using the open part of the hole 168BX for access to the plate to attach, band portion 50A of the seal 50 is passed from the rear side of the lever 170 of the lock through the hole 170A to insert a tape and inserted into the hole of the head part 50B of the seal on the front side of the lever 170 of the lock.

[0393] Thus, in part 169 to attach the seal the seal 50 is attached to the portion 169 for attaching a seal so that the seal 50 is associated with the front end part of the lever 170 of the lock through the hole 170A to insert the tape.

[0394] Accordingly, in the container 165 for storing banknotes seal 50 for part 169 to attach the seal is attached, for example, from the open part of the hole 168BX for access to the plate to attach so that it acted in the forward direction of the container for storing banknotes, opasatika thus the door 166 relative to the outer housing 168 using the seal 50.

[0395] In the present invention in accordance with this configuration, for example, even if an attempt was made to rotate the lever 170 of the lock in one direction of rotation due to burglary with intent improperly unlock doors 166 lock 167, the lever 170 of the lock can be locked in place by the seal 50 that hold it through the open part open what I 168BX for access to the plate to attach.

[0396] namely, in the present invention in accordance with this configuration, due to the seal 50 is attached to part 169 to attach the seal can be prevented unauthorized unlocking doors 166 lock 167, for example, when opening a lock.

[0397] Therefore, in the present invention, this configuration can be obtained beneficial effects similar to the useful effects of the first variant of implementation described above.

[0398] Next is an explanation of this configuration, when the plate is to be attached is provided not on the door, and on the outer body. In such cases, in the present invention, for example, as shown in Fig. 34 and Fig. 35, in the container 175 for storing banknotes castle 177 can be attached to the Central part of the left side surface of the door 176, and part 179 for attaching a seal is provided on the Central part of the left side surface of the door 176, on the Central part of the left side of the front surface 178A of the hull and on the Central part of the left side surface 178B corps.

[0399] In practice, in part 179 for attaching a seal is made in essentially L-shaped form siteplease plate 176A acts in the direction to the left of the container for storing banknotes in the Central part of the left side surface of the door 176, and is provided with the front limit the second part, facing towards the back of the container for storing banknotes, and, for example, the connecting protrusion 180 of the door in the form of a round pin protruding orthogonally from the outer surface of the front end portion siteplease plate 176A.

[0400] In part 179 for attaching a seal groove portion 178C gearing is formed from the Central left end portion of the front surface 178A of the outer surface 178 to the Central front end portion of the left side surface 178B housing so that it meets siteplease plate 176A door 176.

[0401] in Addition, in part for attaching a seal 179 in the Central part of the left side surface 178B of the outer surface 178 on the rear side of the slot portion 178C gearing provided by the plate 181 to attach with a hole 181A to insert a tape and, for example, with a connecting protrusion 182 of the housing in the form of a round pin, protruding orthogonally from the left side surface 178B housing, which are arranged successively along the direction of the back of the container for storing banknotes.

[0402] in Addition, part 179 to attach the seal also has, for example, a rectangular connecting plate 183. In such cases, the connecting plate 183 has three holes 183A-183C to insert arranged in series along the direction of length of the connecting place the ins 183 and the respective connection tab 180 of the door, plate 181 for attaching and connecting the projection 182 of the housing.

[0403] In the container 175 for storing banknotes, due to this configuration, when the door 176 is closed with respect to the outer housing 178 and siteplease plate 176A placed in the groove portion 178C engagement, the outer surface of the core end portion siteplease plate 176A is in the same plane as the front surface 178A of the housing and the outer surface of the front end portion siteplease plate 176A is in the same plane as the left side surface 178B corps.

[0404] In this state, part 179 for attaching a seal connection tab 180 of the door plate 181 for attaching and connecting the projection 182 of the housing are inserted into the corresponding three holes 183A-183C for inserting the connecting plate 183, and the other surface of the connecting plate 183 comes into contact with the outer surface of the front end portion siteplease plates 176A and the left side surface 178B corps.

[0405] In part 179 for attaching external seal housing 178 and the door 176 are connected together via a connecting plate 183 (namely, integrated together) so that the front end of the hole 181A to insert the ribbon plate 181 for attaching is from one surface of the connecting plate 183.

[0406] the m way in the performed part 179 to attach the seal band portion 50A of the seal 50 is passed through the hole 181A to insert the ribbon plate 181 to attach, and then inserted into the hole of the head part 50B of the seal.

[0407] Accordingly, in part 179 to attach the seal the seal 50 is attached to the plate 181 to attach so that it was linked via hole 181A to insert a tape, and thus the door 176 is sealed relative to the external casing 178 seal 50.

[0408] In the present invention in accordance with this configuration, for example, when attempting improperly to unlock the door 176 lock 177 and remove connecting plate 183 to open the door 176 relative to the outer housing 178, the seal 50 prevents the pulling plate 181 for attachment of holes 183B connecting plate 183, and therefore prevents the pulling of the connecting protrusion 180 of the door and the connecting protrusion 182 of the housing of the other holes 183A and 183C, thus preventing removal of the connecting plate 183.

[0409] namely, in the present invention in accordance with this configuration, even if an attempt is made to remove the coupling plate 183 of the external housing 178 and the door 176, remove the connecting plate 183 to prevent dirt is moved by means of a seal 50, attached to the portion 169 for attaching a seal, and lock the door 166 can be saved, thus maintaining the integrated state of the external housing 178 and the door 176.

[0410] Thus, in accordance with this configuration, the present invention can be obtained beneficial effects similar to the useful effects of the first variant of implementation described above.

[0411] in Addition, in the present invention, for example, as shown in Fig. 36A and Fig. 36B, the container 190 for storing banknotes castle 192 can be attached to the Central part of the end of the left side door 191 and part 194 for attaching a seal may be provided on the frame 191 in the immediate vicinity of the castle 192 below it and in the Central part in the direction of the bottom of the left end of the front surface 193A outer housing 193.

[0412] In such cases, in part 194 for attaching a seal is made in a substantially L-shaped plate 195 to attach a provided on the outer housing 193 in the direction of the bottom Central portion of the left inner wall, and the front end part of the plate 195 to attach provided so that it protrudes from the open part 193AX front surface 193A corps.

[0413] the Hole 195A to insert a tape provided in the plate 195 to attach to the front end part of the Plaza is ins 195 to attach, which protrudes from the open part 193AX front surface 193A corps.

[0414] In part 194 to attach the seal has a hole 191AX for insertion of the plate corresponding to the front end portion of the plate 195 to attach towards the bottom center left end part of the outer surface 191A door 191.

[0415] with this configuration, the container 190 for storing banknotes, when the door 191 is closed with respect to the outer housing 193, the front end part of the plate 195 to attach passes through the hole 191AX for plate insertion side inner surface 191B of the door and projects from the outer surface 191A of the door.

[0416] Accordingly, in part 194 to attach the seal, although it is not shown specifically, on the outer surface 191A door 191 tape portion 50A of the seal 50 is passed through the hole 195A to insert a tape provided in the front end portion of the plate 195 to attach, and then inserted into the hole of the head part 50B of the seal.

[0417] Thus, in part 194 to attach the seal the seal 50 is attached to the plate 195 to attach by linking through the hole 195A to insert a tape, so that the door 191 sealed relative to the outer housing 193 by means of a seal 50.

[0418] In the present invention because with the Denmark this configuration, for example, even if an attempt was made improperly to release the lock of the door 191 lock 192 and open the door 191, seal 50 prevents the extraction plate 195 to attach from the hole 191AX for plate insertion door 191, and, therefore, prevents opening of the door 191.

[0419] namely, in the present invention with this configuration, even when an attempt improperly to open the door 191 with respect to the outer housing 193, opening the door 191 can be prevented by a seal 50 is attached to part 194 to attach the seal, and the lock can be saved.

[0420] Thus, in the present invention, this configuration can be obtained beneficial effects similar to the useful effects of the first variant of implementation described above.

[0421] However, in the present invention, the configuration may be made, for example, as shown in Fig. 37A and 37B, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 36A and 36B, are denoted by the same reference position, and the part 200 for attaching the seal is provided with a hole 201AX for insertion of the plate corresponding to the front end portion of the plate 195 to attach (also referred to below as the mounting plate from the side of the body) on the outer surface 201A of the door 201, and PL is stiney 202 for connection (also referred to below as the fastening plate on the door), located right next door (or next door on the left) from the hole 201AX for plate insertion.

[0422] In the present invention, there is also a hole 202A to insert a tape, provided on one surface of the plate 202 fastening on the door. Then, in the present invention, the door 201 is closed with respect to the outer housing plate 193 and 195 of the mounting side of the housing passes through the hole 201AX for plate insertion door 201, placing thus the plate 195 mounting side of the housing and the plate 202 of the mounting side of the door in close proximity to each other.

[0423] Thus, in the present invention, the seal 50 is attached to part 200 for attaching the seal through the transmission belt portion 50A sequentially through holes for insertion of the tape 195A, 202A plate 195 mounting side of the housing and the plate 202 of the mounting-side door.

[0424] namely, in the present invention in part 200 for attaching the seal the seal 50 is attached to part 200 for attaching a seal so that the plate 195 mounting side of the housing communicates with the plate 202 of the mounting side of the door by means of a seal 50 through holes for insertion of the tape 195A, 202A, opasatika thus the door 201.

[0425] In the present invention with this configuration, when the enterprise is imaeda attempt improperly to open the door 201, opening the door 201 can be prevented and the lock can be saved thanks to the seal 50 is attached to part 200 to attach the seal. Thus can be obtained beneficial effects similar to the useful effects of the first variant of implementation described above.

[0426] it Should be noted that in the present invention it is not necessary to provide a plate for attachment so that it protrudes from the open part toward the outer casing and, for example, in the Central left end portion of the front surface of the outer housing may be formed in the recessed portion of the flat plate for attaching serving orthogonal from the bottom of the deep part.

[0427] In the present invention, depending on the configuration of the external housing, in the Central part of the left side surface of the door may be provided serving plate, corresponding to the deep part of the external body (namely, shared with the deep part), with a hole to insert a plate to attach.

[0428] namely, in the present invention the outer casing may be made, for example, a plate for attachment provided on a relatively rigid part, where the locking plate is located in the immediate vicinity of the blocking lever lock, located in the center of the through the left end portion of the door.

[0429]

(4-4) Another option exercise 4

In addition, in the first embodiment described above, explanation has been given for the case in which the recessed portion 55D to place the seal 50 is provided on the outer body 55 in the secondary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0430] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be done in the configuration drilldown part 55D to put fillings provided in the external housing 55 of the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, and part to prevent shift envisaged in order to stop inside the seal 50 from shifting out of the deep part 55D to put fillings.

[0431] In this case, in the present invention, the portion for attaching the seal is configured, for example, as shown in Fig. 38, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 10, are denoted by the same reference position.

[0432] Thus, in the completed part 210 for attaching seals the recessed portion 211AX to place the seal is formed on the left side surface 211A of the outer housing 211 similarly, the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0433] In the part 210 to attach the seal is made in the form of a long narrow plate lever 212 to prevent shift is provided in which the quality of the part to prevent shifting on the open part of the deep part 211AX to put fillings.

[0434] namely, in the outer housing 211 of the rotating shaft is supported so that it can rotate parallel to the upward direction of the container for storing banknotes in a specific position on the rear edge of the open part of the deep part 211AX to put fillings.

[0435] Then, one end of the lever 212 to prevent shear attached to the rotating shaft. The lever 212 to prevent shift thus able to rotate around a rotating shaft in the direction of the contact so that the other end comes into contact with the inner wall of the front side of the deep part 211AX for placing fillings, or in the direction of separation, which is opposite to the direction of contact in which the other end is extended from the inner wall of the front side.

[0436] Also has a resilient curved portion 212A formed on the other end of the lever 212 to prevent shifting so that she was essentially U-shaped with the convex side of a curved portion 212A, facing towards the deep part 211AX to put fillings.

[0437] it Should be noted that in the following explanation, one side end of the lever 212 to prevent the shift of the curved portion 212A of the lever 212 to prevent the shift is referred to as the main part and the other end is referred to as the front end part./p>

[0438] in Addition, a curved portion 212A of the lever 212 to prevent the shift of a particular place on the front end portion is bent further toward the primary side, and protruding forward siteplease part 212AX provided on the convex surface toward the front end.

[0439] In the deep part 211AX to place seals the outer case 211 is also formed deep siteplease part 211AY in the inner surface of the front side corresponding to the protruding forward siteplease part 212AX lever 212 to prevent offset.

[0440] Thus, in the part 210 to attach the seal when the seal, not shown in the drawings, is attached in the closed state of the door 57 in relation to the outer housing 211, the seal is placed against the recessed portion 211AX for placing fillings, and then the lever 212 to prevent shift rotates and presses the curved portion 212A in-depth part 211AX to put fillings.

[0441] Accordingly, in the part 210 to attach the seal in the state in which the surface of one end of the lever 212 to prevent shifting and the front end of the curved portion 212A are placed in the same plane as the left side surface of the housing, or when they are a little deep inside part 211AX for placing fillings, vystupaya the forward siteplease part 212AX caught depth setuplayout part 211AY deep part 211AX to put fillings using the elasticity of the curved portion 212A.

[0442] Thus, in part 210 for attaching seals the open part of the deep part 211AX to put fillings partially closed by a lever 212 to prevent shifting, thereby preventing the shift of the seal of the deep part 211AX to put fillings.

[0443] in Addition, in the part 210 to attach the seals, for example, when the seal is lawfully removed, the employee presses the rear side of the front end of the curved portion 212A of the lever 212 to prevent shift to easily remove protruding forward setuplayout part 212AX from deep siteplease part 211AY deep part 211AX for placing fillings, and then in this state, rotates the lever 212 to prevent shifting in the direction of separation.

[0444] Thus, in part 210 for attaching a seal officer can easily pull the seal from the deep part 211AX to put the seal to break the seal.

[0445] In the present invention, with this configuration it is possible to prevent the shift of a filling of the deep part 211AX for placing fillings, so it does not interfere with installation or removal of the auxiliary container for storing banknotes in/out of the block 14 the bottom or during transport auxiliary container for storing banknotes.

[0446] In the present invention, the portion for attaching the seal may be the issue is Lana, for example, as shown in Fig. 39. In part 215 for attaching seals this configuration, the recessed portion 216AX to place the seal is formed on the left side surface 216A of the outer casing 216 similarly, the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0447] In part 215 for attaching seals the bottom 216AY (namely, the surface facing in the direction of the left container for storing banknotes) deep part 216AX to place seals supplied by parts to prevent shift of the pair of elastic arms 217, 218 to prevent shifting, which are orthogonal distance from each other corresponding to the width of the head part 50B of the seal 50.

[0448] Siteplease part 217A, 218A is provided on the front ends of the pair of levers 217, 218 to prevent shifting and act towards each other so that the distance between a pair of levers 217, 218 to prevent shifting locally narrowed.

[0449] Then, in part 215 for attaching a seal in the closed position of the door relative to the outer casing 216, when the seal 50 has been attached and placed in a deep part 216AX for placing fillings, the head part 50B of the seal 50 is clamped acepsimas parts 217A, 218A pair of levers 217, 218 to prevent offset.

[0450] Accordingly, in part 215 for attaching a seal by temporarily push-UPS in the part siteplease parts 217A, 218A pair of levers 217, 218 to prevent shearing head part 50B of the seal 50 of the head portion 50B of the seal is inserted between a pair of levers 217, 218 to prevent shifting in the direction opposite to the side siteplease parts 217A, 218A.

[0451] Thus, in the completed part 215 for attaching the seal head portion 50B of the seal 50 is held so that she was covered in the far side from siteplease parts 217A, 218A pair of levers 217, 218 to prevent shift, which prevents the shift of the seal 50 from the deep part 216AX to put fillings.

[0452] in Addition, in part 215 for attaching a seal with the lawful removal of a seal 50, for example, an employee temporarily pushes siteplease part 217A, 218A pair of levers 217, 218 to prevent shifting fingers and pulls the head part 50B of the seal 50 of the pair of levers 217, 218 to prevent offset.

[0453] Accordingly, in the part 210 to attach the seal the seal 50 can be easily removed from the deep part 216AX to put fillings and destroyed by the employee.

[0454] In the present invention, this configuration can prevent the shift of a filling of the deep part 216AX for placing fillings, so it does not interfere with installation or removal of the auxiliary container for storing banknotes in/out of the block 14 the bottom or during transport auxiliary pin is inera for storing banknotes.

[0455] In the present invention, the portion for attaching the seal may be made, for example, as shown in Fig. 40, through a combination of the configuration of the part 210 to attach the seal shown in Fig. 38, and the configuration part 215 for attaching the seal shown in Fig. 39.

[0456] namely, in the part 220 for attaching the seal is designed so that the recessed portion 221AX to place the seal is formed on the left side surface 211A of the outer casing 221 similarly, the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0457] In part 220 for attaching the seal also has a lever 222 to prevent shifting, attached as part of to prevent a shift to the open part of the deep part 221AX to put fillings so that he was able to rotate similarly part 210 for attaching the seal shown in Fig. 38.

[0458] In part 220 for attaching the seal, as part 215 for attaching the seal shown in Fig. 39, a pair of levers 223, 224 to prevent shift, serving as part to prevent shear protruding orthogonally from the bottom 221AY deep part 221AX to put fillings.

[0459] Thus, in part 220 for attaching the seal when the seal 50 is attached and placed in a deep part 221AX to place the seal in the closed state of the door is s with respect to the outer casing 221, in the same way as described above, the head part 50B of the seal 50 is inserted between a pair of levers 223, 224 to prevent offset.

[0460] Then, in part 220 for attaching a seal, in the same way as described above, the curved part 222A is manipulated so as to rotate the lever 222 to prevent shifting in the direction of the contact and press it against the recessed portion 221AX to put fillings.

[0461] In the present invention, this configuration can prevent the shift of a filling of the deep part 211AX for placing fillings, so it does not interfere with installation or removal of the auxiliary container for storing banknotes in/out of the block 14 the bottom or during transport auxiliary container for storing banknotes.

[0462]

(4-5) Another option exercise 5

In the above-described first embodiment, explanation was given of a case in which the seal 50 is attached as a tie to the parts 46, 65-67 for attaching a seal containers 20-23 for storing banknotes and to the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0463] However, the present invention is not limited to this and, for example, as shown in Fig. 41A and 41B, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 6A, are denoted by the same reference position, configuration may be made such that the portion 46 DL the attachment of a seal of the container 20 for storing banknotes attached seal 230, which formed the ring wire, the ends of which are connected by a sleeve or seal 231 in the form of the hanging of the door lock.

[0464] in Addition, in the present invention, for example, the seal 231 in the form of a hanging door lock can be attached to the parts 46, 65-67 for attaching seals seal 50 of the cable tie or seal 230 of the ring wire, the ends of which are connected by a sleeve to receive a double attachment.

[0465] in Addition, in the present invention, the seal 230 of the ring wire, the ends of which are connected by the sleeve, can also be attached to part 127 for attaching a seal containers 112-115 for storing banknotes in accordance with the above-described third embodiment.

[0466] the Present invention with this configuration is also able to seal the door 42, 57-59, 122 relative to the outer housing 40, 55, 120, respectively, the seal 230, 231, attached to part 46, 127, 65-67 for attaching the seal. Thus, it can be obtained beneficial effects similar beneficial effects respectively the first and third embodiments described above.

[0467]

(4-6) is Another variant of implementation 6

In addition, in the first embodiment, explanation was given of a case in which the outer surface of containers 20-23 for storing banknotes have is essentially rectangular in shape.

[0468] However, the present invention is not limited to this and, for example, for a container 154 for storing banknotes, described above with reference to Fig. 31A and Fig. 31B, in those cases in which part 158 for attaching a seal is provided at the left upper end portion of the door 155 and the upper left end portion of the front surface 157A of the outer casing 157, as shown in Fig. 42, in many containers 240-243 for storing banknotes can be formed bulged part 244AX-247AX on the appropriate parts of the upper ends of the rear surfaces 244A-247A relevant external rectangular cases, 244-247.

[0469] In the present invention, due to such configuration, when many containers 240-243 for storing banknotes sequentially in a row from front to rear in case 249 block the lower part of the seal 50, attached to the parts to attach the seal of the outer housings 244-246 in the immediate vicinity of the front side can be placed in the depressed portion 245AX-247AX external enclosure 245-247.

[0470] Thus, in the present invention with this configuration, even though the seals 50, attached to the parts to attach the seal of the many containers 240-243 for storing banknotes protrude forward from the front surface 244B-247B buildings, containers 240-243 for storing banknotes still may be placed in housing 249 unit in close proximity to each other in the direction back and forth, allowing you to avoid increasing the length of the housing 249 block in the forward-backward.

[0471]

(4-7) is Another variant of implementation 7

In addition, in the above-described first embodiment, explanation was given of a case in which in the housing 32 of the block plate 32AX to accommodate rail provided on the top edge of the left side plate 32A of the housing unit, and the height of the right side plate 32B of the housing unit less than the height of the left side plate 32A of the housing block 14 of the bottom part.

[0472] However, the present invention is not limited to this and, for example, as shown in Fig. 43, can be made of the configuration of providing the housing 250 of the block in which the lower part is formed with the left side plate 250A housing unit and the right side plate 250B housing unit, which have essentially the same height as the container 251 for storing banknotes, and plate 250AX, 250BX to accommodate rail respectively provided on the upper ends of the left side plate 250A housing unit and the right side plate 250B housing unit.

[0473] In the present invention, when designed housing unit 250 is provided in the lower unit parts, for example, as shown in Fig. 44, can be done in configuration with the outer housing 252 of the container 251 for storing banknotes, formed in essentially direct ogolney boxes, with a depressed part 252AX provided on the left side surface 252A of the housing. This pressed part is then used to attach the seal 50 to the part 253 for attaching a seal without it acted further than the left side surface 252A of the hull.

[0474] Accordingly, in the present invention, in cases in which the housing 250 of the block is provided in the block bottom, as shown in Fig. 43, even though the distance between the left side plate 250A housing unit and the right side plate 250B housing unit 250 is made essentially the same as the width of the container 251 for storing banknotes (namely, the length of the outer housing 252 in the left-right direction), many containers 251 for storing banknotes can still be placed sequentially in a row from front to rear. Namely, the present invention can avoid the increased width of the housing 250 of the block bottom.

[0475] In the present invention is designed so the body 250 of the block (Fig. 43) the configuration can be made such that many Windows 250BY are formed in a horizontal row on the surface of the right side plate 250B housing unit so that they match the parts 253 for attaching filling a variety of containers 251 for storing banknotes, located in the housing 250 of the block.

[0476] in Addition, in the present the invention, the configuration may include multiple Windows 250BY, formed in a vertical row on the surface of the right side plate 250B housing 250 of the block so that they match many parts 65-67 for attaching seals auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0477] it Should be noted that in the present invention, the configuration may include long only window formed in the forward-backward on the surface of the right side plate 250B housing 250 of the block so that it was possible to see at a glance all part 253 for attaching filling a variety of containers 251 for storing banknotes, as well as long only window formed in the direction of up and down, allowing you to immediately see all the parts of many parts 65-67 for attaching seals auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes.

[0478] In the present invention due to this configuration, when sliding block bottom part of main frame, the presence or absence of damage to the seals 50 may be installed through the Windows 250BY to retrieve containers 251 for storing banknotes from the housing 250 of the block.

[0479]

(4-8) is Another variant of implementation 8

In addition, in the above-described first, second and third variants of the implementation was the explanation of the cases in which section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit priceplans the possibility of opening and closing to the plate 32AX for placing the rail on the upper edge of the left side plate 32A of the block or plate 80AX for placing the rail on the upper edge of the right side plate 80A corps 32, 80 block 14, 72 bottom.

[0480] However, the present invention is not limited to this and, for example, as shown in Fig. 45, the housing 260 of the unit bottom, the configuration may include a plate 260AX to accommodate rail provided on the top edge of the left side plate 260A housing unit, the height of the right side plate 260B housing unit less than the height of the left side plate 260A housing unit, and the plate 260CX to attach the transmit side, is additionally provided on the upper edge of the back plate 260C.

[0481] the Present invention can be designed so that the housing 260 unit section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing block attached with the possibility of opening and closing to the plate 260CX to attach the transmit side by the two left and right hinge parts 261 (namely, around the axes of the hinges, which are parallel to the direction left unattended cash register).

[0482] in Addition, in the present invention, for example, as shown in Fig. 46, in which parts corresponding to parts shown in Fig. 5, are denoted by the same reference position, the housing 262 block bottom part is without a plate for placing the rail on the upper edge of the left side plate 262A of the block.

[0483] In the present from which britanii configuration may include section 27 of the transport of banknotes lower side of the processing unit, attached to the upper edge of the main frame 263, and only the body 262 of the block, removable as a unit lower part of the main frame 263 or placed in it.

[0484]

(4-9) is Another variant of implementation 9

In addition, in the above-described first, second and third options, the exercise was explained the case in which the container for storing paper sheets of the present invention is used in containers 20-23, 73-76, 112-115 for storing banknotes and in the auxiliary container 24 for storing banknotes, provided in the automatic cash register 1, 70, 110, described above with reference to Fig. 1-47.

[0485] However, the present invention is not limited to this, and a container for storing paper sheets can be applied, for example, as shown in Fig. 47, in containers for the storage of banknotes and in the auxiliary container for storing banknotes, located in the housing 265 vertical placement of containers, which is provided in the automatic cash register or ATM (cash dispenser, CD) so that he could be removed from there.

[0486] In the present invention a container for the storage of paper sheets is widely applicable to containers for storing paper sheets of various other configurations that have an external enclosure, door and lock, such as containers for storing banknotes is ramohalli form, to pass from one short edge, oriented in the direction of transmission, in which the banknotes are received and stored, or such as containers for storing paper sheets, such as travel tickets and other tickets, paper machine, sheet documents and securities.

[0487] In the present invention, when the container for the storage of paper sheets in accordance with the present invention is applied to any of the various configurations of containers for storing paper sheets, with the outer casing, the door and the key can be obtained beneficial effects similar to the useful effects of the first and third embodiments described above.

[0488]

(4-10) is Another variant of implementation 10

In the above-described first, second and third variants of the implementation was the explanation of the cases in which the device for processing paper sheets of the present invention is applied to an automatic cash registers 1, 70, 110, described above with reference to Fig. 1-47.

[0489] However, the present invention is not limited to this and may be applied to an automatic cash machine, which includes a section for insertion/extraction of the banknotes, the differentiating section, a section for temporary storage and containers for the storage of banknotes and the auxiliary container is EP for storing banknotes (the container for the rejected banknotes, container for forgotten bills and the container to add/retrieve banknotes), and which conveys the banknotes of rectangular shape, which are positioned one long side on the left and the other long side to the right (namely, the direction of the short side of the banknote, essentially parallel to the direction left unattended cash register), and transmitted with the orientation of the transmission of one short side in the transmission direction, and which handles banknotes oriented short side, respectively, the transmission direction essentially parallel to the direction left unattended cash register.

[0490] a Device for processing paper sheets of the present invention may also be applied to the ATM or change the machine that handles banknotes rectangular shape so that they are oriented in the direction of transmission of either the long side or the short side.

[0491] the Device for processing paper sheets according to the present invention can also be widely applied to a device for processing paper sheets of various other configurations that handle different types of paper sheets, such as banknotes, vouchers and tickets, that is, to devices such as vending machines selling train tickets, theatre tickets, etc., machineability passage at the exit, vending machines, amusement game machines such as pachinko or playing slot machine, photocopier, machines for processing documents, etc.,

[0492]

(4-11) Another option exercise 11

In addition, in the above-described first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation of the outer case with reference to Fig. 1-47 for those cases in which the invention is applied to made in the form of an essentially rectangular box housing 40, 55, 90, 121, 137, 147, 157, 168, 178, 193, 211, 216, 221, 224-252, which are formed from metal plates and elongated in the direction of up and down.

[0493] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied to the exterior housing of various other shapes and configurations, such as the outer case, made in the form of essentially rectangular boxes and elongated in the left-right direction or in the direction of back and forth, external enclosure, made in the form essentially of a circular cylinder, the outer case with no handle, external enclosure with door attached to the upper surface, and an outer casing, entirely of polymeric material in the form of an essentially rectangular box.

[0494]

(4-12) Another option exercise 12

In addition, since the door is attached to the outer housing with vozmojnostyami and closing in the above with reference to Fig. 1-47 first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation of the application of the doors 42, 57-59, 92, 122, 135, 141, 145, 157, 166, 176, 191, which are formed from made in a substantially rectangular or substantially square metal plate.

[0495] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied to doors of various other shapes or configurations, such as double swing doors that cover the outer casing when closing, the door that opens and closes by sliding relative to the outer casing and door, shaped in the form of essentially square plates made of polymer material.

[0496]

(4-13) is Another variant of implementation 13

In addition, since in order to lock the door in closed position relative to the outer casing is used castle, described above with reference to Fig. 1 - 47 of the first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation of the use to the locks 43, 60-62, 93, 123, 136, 142, 146, 154, 167, 177, 192, such as cylindrical locks corresponding to the key, such as key depressions.

[0497] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied to locks of various other configurations and shapes, such as castles with rotating scale and locks with ten kno the kami.

[0498]

(4-14) Another variant of implementation 14

In addition, as part for attaching a seal to seal the door, which is closed relative to the outer casing to indicate that the door is closed relative to the outer casing to lock the door in closed position relative to the outer casing as described above with reference to Fig. 1 - 47 of the first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation of application to parts 46, 65-67, 107, 127, 130, 138, 140, 148, 149, 158, 169, 179, 194, 200, 210, 215, 220, 253 to attach the seal.

[0499] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied in the parts for attaching seals of various other configurations, if a seal for sealing the door, which is closed with respect to the outer housing may be attached to indicate that the door is closed relative to the outer casing and lock the closed state of the door relative to the outer casing.

[0500]

(4-15) is Another variant of implementation 15

In addition, the quality of the seal that seals the door closed with respect to the outer housing, described above with reference to Fig. 1-47 first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation of the application of the seal 50 in the form of cable ties, made of polymer resin.

[0501] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied in the fillings of various other configurations, such as cable ties, made of metal, cable tie with unique identification information, preventing the forgery of the cable tie when the original cable coupler was improperly removed from a portion for attaching a seal, or, as described above, in another embodiment 5, the seal 230, which is formed by a circular wire, the ends of which are connected by a sleeve or seal 231 in the form of the hanging of the door lock.

[0502]

(4-16) is Another variant of implementation 16

In addition, as the valve that is attached to the lock in order to lock the closed state of the door relative to the outer casing as described above with reference to Fig. 1-47 first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation of the application to a locking levers 44, 101-103, 124, 170, which are made of a long narrow metal plates and rotate with the rotation of the castle.

[0503] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied to valves of various other configurations, such as a bolt, which is moving image moves with the turn of a key.

[0504]

(4-17) Another option ASU is estline 17

In addition, as a plate for attachment provided on the outer body or the door, or on an external enclosure, and on the door, and provided with a hole for attaching a seal, as described above with reference to Fig. 1-47 first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation of the application to the plates 42C, 57B, 135A, 141A, 202 mounting on the door, to the plates 47, 68, 131, 139, 195 mounting side of the housing, and to the plates 145A, 145B, 181, 195 to attachment, which is made in a substantially rectangular form or in a substantially L-shaped forms.

[0505] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied to the plates for attaching various other configurations, such as a plate for attachment with the ribs on one surface of a flat plate.

[0506]

(4-18) Another option exercise 18

In addition, as the depth of the part to place the seal in which the seal is inserted, is attached to the part to attach the seal, described above with reference to Fig. 1 - 47 of the first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation of the application executed in a substantially L-shaped extended portions 55D, 211AX, 216AX, 221AX to put fillings.

[0507] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied in the corner of the certain parts of the seal, having various other forms.

[0508]

(4-19) is Another variant of implementation 19

In addition, as part to prevent shift, which prevents shifting of the seal is inserted into a deep part for placing fillings, from a deep part for placing fillings, described above with reference to Fig. 1-47 first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation apply to the levers 212, 222 to prevent shifting and to the levers 217, 218, 223, 224 to prevent offset.

[0509] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied to the parts to prevent shifting of various other configurations, such as a cap which closes the in-depth part to put fillings.

[0510]

(4-20) Another variant implementation 20

In addition, as the mounting portion of the storage container, a removable manner mounted on the storage container, which stores paper sheets in order to process them in an external enclosure, described above with reference to Fig. 1-47 first, second and third options, the exercise was explained apply to buildings 32, 80, 249, 250, 260, 262 block.

[0511] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied in assembling the parts of the container for storage of various other configurations, such as bus block, where many storage containers are placed in series with the doors facing forward (or left, or right), or cases of vertical placement of storage containers with lots of shelves.

[0512]

(4-21) is Another variant of implementation 21

In addition, as the paper sheet for processing, stored in an external enclosure container for storing paper sheets, as described above with reference to Fig. 1-47 first, second and third options, the exercise was an explanation apply to the notes.

[0513] However, the present invention is not limited to this and can be widely applied to various other types of paper sheets, such as tickets, other tickets, paper machine, sheet documents and securities.

INDUSTRIAL APPLICABILITY

[0514] the Present invention can be used in containers for storing paper sheets, which store paper sheets, such as banknotes, tickets, other tickets, paper machine, sheet documents and securities, and can also be used in the device for processing paper sheets that handle paper sheets, such as banknotes, tickets, other tickets, paper machine, sheet documents and securities stored in containers for storing paper sheets.

1. To the container for storing paper sheets, includes:
the outer casing;
a door attached to the outer casing which can be opened and closed;
lock, which locks the door in a closed state relative to the outer housing; and
part for attaching seals, designed for attachment of a seal, which seals the door closed with respect to the outer casing so as to indicate that the door is closed relative to the outer casing and lock the door in a closed state relative to the outer casing.

2. A container for storing paper sheets p. 1, further including:
a latch attached to the lock that locks the closed state of the door relative to the outer casing
in this part for attaching the seal is affixed in the immediate vicinity of the valve.

3. A container for storing paper sheets p. 2, in which the part for attaching the seal includes a plate for attachment, which is provided on at least one of the external enclosure or door, and provided with a hole to attach the seal.

4. A container for storing paper sheets p. 3, in which the part for attaching the seal includes a deep portion for placing fillings, in which is inserted a seal attached to the part to attach the seal.

5. A container for storing paper sheets p. 4, in which the part for attaching the seal includes a portion for preventing shift, which prevents shifting of the seal is inserted into a deep part for placing fillings, from the deep part to put fillings.

6. A device for processing paper sheets, including:
the mounting portion of the storage container, on which a removable manner has a container for storing banknotes, which stores paper sheets in order to process them in an external enclosure, and a container for storing paper sheets includes:
the outer casing;
a door attached to the outer casing which can be opened and closed;
lock, which locks the door in a closed state relative to the outer housing; and
part for attaching seals, designed for attachment of a seal, which seals the door closed with respect to the outer casing so as to indicate that the door is closed relative to the outer casing and lock the door in a closed state relative to the outer housing.



 

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