A currency-counting machine is a machine that counts money—either stacks of banknotes or loose collections of coins. Counters may be purely mechanical or use electronic components. The machines typically provide a total count of all money, or count off specific batch sizes for wrapping and storage.
Once a banker sticks a wad of cash into the front arm of a banknote-counting machine, the process moves very quickly – which is the whole point! ... Finally, most banknote counting machines also use black light technology to illuminate the bills, which have florescent symbols printed on them..