Cummins-Allison announced the availability of its JetScan iFX i100 currency scanner with serial number capture and full note imaging. The expanded features of the i100 offer law enforcement agencies the fastest and most accurate means for prepping buy money, counting seized currency and documenting money for evidence. The tabletop currency scanner identifies the denomination, records serial number data and captures a two-sided digital image of every bill – all at 1,200 notes per minute.
The company has worked closely with law enforcement agencies to deliver groundbreaking technology that saves officers hours of time and provides solid evidentiary value. The new features of the JetScan iFX make it possible for a single officer to count and properly document thousands of dollars in minutes.
In addition to processing evidence money more efficiently, the JetScan iFX i100 links with Cummins-Allison Image Management Software (IMS) to manage digital images of seized currency. Officers can search for bills by serial number and instantly generate reports by case number, date or officer name. IMS also identifies matching serial numbers between buy money and seized money, providing a strong evidentiary chain.