EMP Anti-Cheater Alarm system has been designed to stop and deter thieves armed with EMP Jammers or Slot Jammers from robbing amusement, gaming and vending machines.
Cheating devices are increasingly being used by thieves to steal from coin-operated machines. These devices send an Electro-Magnetic Pulse(EMP) or Electronic Signal to the pay in module, which is detected as a payment by the machine.
Arcooda has developed an Anti Cheater which works in 2 ways;
1. creates a protective WIFI barrier running at various frequencies to stop cheater devices from working on the machine
2. creates a wired barrier for advanced cheater devices, highly effective if cheater devices have variable pulse frequency
Arcooda's EMP Anti Cheater watchdog monitors EMP signals, if cheater devices are detected, an alarm will immediately be triggered and a record will be counted on the LCD timer.
This will alert staff of the cheater’s presence.
The alarm may be mounted on the interior or exterior of the machine. An internal counter keeps track of the number of times a cheater device has been detected – so if a machine is rented to a venue, you can keep track of attempted thefts.
Display: Each time a "cheater" attempts to cheat your equipment, the alarm will immediately turn on and +1 will be added to the counter. Please note, if the cheater keeps trying to cheat the machine during the alarm, it will keep adding to the counter.
Alarm: When the watchdog suspects a cheater device, the alarm will be triggered and will run for 10 minutes or until the machine is turned off.
Initialisation: Each time you turn on your machine with anti cheater device, the alarm will be triggered for less than 1 second.
Design: The EMP Anti Cheater Device has been specially designed to secure your machines from cheaters and has the owner in mind. To maximise the benefit, please keep track of the counter each time you audit the machine as well as advertise to your customers and staff that the machines are protected with a anti cheater device. If you see the counter numbers increasing, increase your supervision or further protect your equipment with surveillance cameras to show exactly who the cheaters are. The alarm in the machine will stay active with high pitch sound for 10 minutes or until the equipment is restarted.
FCC Statement: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.