Upon exit, patrons have options on how to pay for parking. After paying at the automatic pay station, patrons insert paid ticket into the SW-30 Exit Station ticket reader to open the gate. Patrons that have not paid can pay on exit with credit card.
The Exit Station retracts tickets for auditing purposes, and patrons can receive a receipt via the built-in receipt printer. The Exit Station includes a built-in intercom system and a proximity card reader which permits monthly customers to exit with a simple wave of their card.
The interior device is mounted on sturdy sliding tracks which glide open with just a pull, allowing for easy maintenance and retrieval of the tickets.
The SW-30’s modular design and intelligent engineering make it the industry’s most reliable ticket receiving/payment device. This user friendly device processes paid/unpaid tickets and accommodates monthly cardholders with a TFT display and intercom for communication with patrons. TIBA’s logical design allows for the addition of AVI, hotel room key and barcode readers without costly up-charges or additional devices in the lane.
TIBA’s engineers succeeded to create a simple and reliable design. The unit consists of an off-the-shelf receipt printing/ticket scanning/transport device, power supply, bill acceptance/dispensing components, main board, I/O board and display. When changing receipt paper the interior of the unit conveniently slides out for easy access. Also there is a convenient access panel to remove the processed tickets without taking the machine out of operation. Additionally all TIBA products have on-board communications isolators.
• Motorized barcode reader to scan and ingest tickets
• Magnetic card reader to accept credit cards, debit cards and hotel room keys • Receipt printer • Proximity reader for monthly parkers • TFT display • Build in Intercom • Communications line surge protector • Stainless steel construction.
• Analog, digital or VOIP intercom optional
• Magnetic card reader for hotel guests, value cards and credit card users