How Does A Vending Machine Work?


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Marcus Bell Profile
Marcus Bell answered
It is very easy to understand that. When customer put coin to get item. Then
Vending machines are essentially "read" the dollar bills and coins, which allows them to deposit money and free passage in a process that lasts as little as few seconds. Many machines can even scan credit cards and debit cards, and money back to the client when there is non-compliance.
During a sale, a person sees first exposure and selects the item you he or she wants. They have to put money into the box, Money is used for that item, such as $, and slide the dollar bill in a slot that use Feed Dogs to accept. After getting money, the machine uses a laser scan on money, And getting information about money and sending it to computer which is at inside machine, which reads the dollar as the correct value for the item. The computer confirms that the right value (Money is real or not because it was programmed to search for specific brands of money bills).
Once the machine accepts money from consumer as valid, the deposited money in a box. Enter the total amount on a digital screen in front of the machine. Now it’s time to select an item, the customer selects the item by pressing a button. Once he/she do that, the button calls the team back to the spiral of metal that hold the item. The spiral shrinks, and the item falls in the box by holding the machine where the customer retrieves it. At bottom, the track passes through a laser beam that confirms the inside computer that the customer objects and the transaction is over.

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Glen Thornbury answered
Basically it sorts the moneys by it's worth , and keeps a total.
Then when you make a selection it will dispense your selection IF the total is satisfactory.
Then if you are over on your total it will return the amount left on the total minus your selection's cost.

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