Other key features for the Epic Edge include:
- Single outer chassis with Serial, USB and Netplex ports to allow the printer to work with any machine type
- Hot swap capability to eliminate game downtime
- Two high-speed interfaces for firmware and graphics updates: USB and Micro SD
- Upgraded ServerPort™ connection
- Rugged metal chassis design
- Epicentral v3.8 - Epicentral v3.8 allows operators to run multiple promotions at the same time, create games within games, offer multi-user/multi-site promotions, run different promotions on different slot game banks, segment players by tier and promote to different levels of uncarded players. It also features the ability to redeem, print or reprint bonuses at multiple locations, an enhanced user interface and more reporting options.
- Epicentral SE - A unique systems version of TransAct's promotion and bonusing system, Epicentral SE allows operators to use the existing bonusing capabilities found in their slot management systems to offer bonuses to players as a printed coupon by leveraging the Print Manager and Design Center modules of Epicentral. Epicentral SE also provides for an upgrade path to a full Epicentral implementation should an operator seek to expand their promotion and bonusing options beyond what their existing slot management system offers.
- Epic 950 - Installed on nearly 750,000 slot machines worldwide, the proven reliability of TransAct's award-winning Epic 950 printer has made it the ticket-in/ticket-out ("TITO") casino printing solution of choice. Easily integrated into all game types both old and new, the Epic 950's full compatibility with Epicentral provides for the real-time delivery of eye-catching personalized promotions and bonus offers directly to players at the gaming machine. Furthermore, its TicketBurst™ technology easily eliminates player/ticket interference.
- Epic Enclosures - TransAct takes the reliability and flexibility of the Epic 950 and the advanced Epic Edge beyond the slot machine. The TableTop Enclosure brings together an Epic 950 or Epic Edge and power supply in a tidy, compact design for use at table games, players' club desks and cash desks. The In-Table Enclosure allows the Epic 950 or Epic Edge to be mounted underneath the table game, presenting tickets via a bezel that rises up through the table.
- Epic 880 - A compact roll-fed printer for all types of gaming machines (including amusement with prizes, skill with prizes and video lottery terminals), the Epic 880 features a modular design that is configurable to nearly any space, a variable length ticket presenter and ticket retract capability. It also offers auto paper loading and can accommodate 4-inch or 6-inch paper rolls.
- Epic 883® - A higher resolution version of the Epic 880, this compact kiosk printer delivers clear graphic and text reproduction capabilities at resolutions up to 300 dpi. The Epic 883 works in a wide variety of applications including amusement with prizes ("AWP"), skill with prizes ("SWP") and video lottery terminals ("VLT").
- Epic 430 - The easy-to-configure, modular Epic 430 roll-fed printer is ideal for gaming applications and casino operators' customer self-service kiosks. The printer features variable length tickets with graphics and coupons capabilities, quick paper roll changes, a fast print speed and an array of standard paper sensors.
- Epic 3000® - The Epic 3000 lottery printer builds on a track record of proven performance across hundreds of thousands of locations for more than 20 years. This thermal lottery printer delivers a number of industry-unique features, including an anti-jam front paper exit for reliable operation, the ability to print and stack up to 100 tickets without shuffling, a large 7.5-inch diameter paper roll, and the industry's only full tool steel rotary cutter, making it the fastest transaction printer for the lottery industry.
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