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IPC 7
G07F-G07F01900

SECTION G – PHYSICS


G 07CHECKING-DEVICES


G 07 FCOIN-FREED OR LIKE APPARATUS (coin sorting G07D 3/00; coin testing G07D 5/00) [1,7]


Notes

(1)This subclass does not cover constructions or details of apparatus which includes, or is combined with, coin-actuated mechanisms but is not specially adapted or modified for use therewith. Such constructions or details are covered by the relevant subclass for the particular apparatus.

(2)In this subclass, the following term is used with the meaning indicated:

 "coins" covers also tokens or the like.


Subclass Index

ARRANGEMENTS OR MECHANISMS IN GENERAL 

Coin inlet; coin actuation; others 

G07F 1/00; G07F 5/00; G07F 7/00 

APPARATUS CHARACTERISED BY THE APPLICATION 

Dispensing; metering; hiring 

G07F 11/00, G07F 13/00; G07F 15/00; G07F 17/00 

COMPLETE BANKING SYSTEMS 

G07F 19/00 

DETAILS NOT PECULIAR TO SPECIAL KINDS OR TYPES OF APPARATUS 

G07F 9/00 



1/

00Coin inlet arrangements; Coins specially adapted to operate coin-freed mechanisms (coins in general A44C)

1/

02.Coin slots

1/

04.Coin chutes

1/

06.Coins specially adapted to operate coin-freed mechanisms


3/

00(covered by G07D 3/00, G07D 5/00, G07D 13/00)

3/

02(covered by G07D 5/00)

3/

04(covered by G07D 3/00)


5/

00Coin-actuated mechanisms; Interlocks

5/

02.actuated mechanically by coins, e.g. by a single coin

5/

04..wherein two or more coins of the same denomination are required for each transaction

5/

06..wherein two or more coins of different denominations are required for each transaction

5/

08..wherein the use of two or more coins or an equivalent single coin is optional for each transaction; wherein the use of two or more coins or an alternative equivalent combination of coins is optional for each transaction

5/

10.actuated electrically by the coin, e.g. by a single coin

5/

12..wherein two or more coins of the same denomination are required for each transaction

5/

14..wherein two or more coins of different denominations are required for each transaction

5/

16..wherein the use of two or more coins or an equivalent single coin is optional for each transaction; wherein the use of two or more coins or an alternative equivalent combination of coins is optional for each transaction

5/

18.specially adapted for controlling several coin-freed apparatus from one place (interlocks G07F 5/26)

5/

20.specially adapted for registering coins as credit, e.g. mechanically actuated

5/

22..electrically actuated

5/

24.with change-giving (coin-changing mechanisms per se G07D)

5/

26.Interlocks, e.g. for locking the doors of compartments other than that to be used


7/

00Mechanisms actuated by objects other than coins to free or to actuate vending, hiring, coin or paper currency dispensing or refunding apparatus (complete banking systems G07F 19/00; handling coins or paper currencies apart from coin-freed or like apparatus G07D) [2]

7/

02.by keys or other credit registering devices (for producing a coded signal for use together with coded identity cards G07F 7/10)  [2]

7/

04.by paper currency

7/

06.by returnable containers, e.g. bottles

7/

08.by coded identity card or credit card  [2]

7/

10..together with a coded signal  [2]

7/

12..Card verification  [5]


9/

00Details other than those peculiar to special kinds or types of apparatus (coin inlet arrangements G07F 1/00; coin-actuated mechanisms, interlocks G07F 5/00)

9/

02.Devices for alarm or indication, e.g. when empty; Advertising arrangements in coin-freed apparatus (alarms or warning devices indicating the interruption of flow to be metered G07F 15/10)

9/

04.Means for returning surplus or unused coins

9/

06.Coin boxes

9/

08.Counting total of coins inserted

9/

10.Casings, e.g. with means for heating or cooling


11/

00Coin-freed apparatus for dispensing, or the like, discrete articles

11/

02.from non-movable magazines

11/

04..in which magazines the articles are stored one vertically above the other

11/

06...supported individually on pivotally-mounted flaps or shelves

11/

08...arranged in two columns in staggered relationship

11/

10...two or more magazines having a common delivery chute

11/

12...with means for automatically changing to reserve stacks

11/

14...with means for raising the stack of articles to permit delivery of the topmost

11/

16...Delivery means

11/

18....Recessed drawers

11/

20....Pushers actuated directly by hand

11/

22....Pushers actuated indirectly by hand, e.g. through cranks or levers

11/

24....Rotary or oscillatory members

11/

26....Endless bands

11/

28..in which the magazines are inclined

11/

30...two or more magazines having independent delivery

11/

32...two or more magazines having a common delivery chute

11/

34..in which the magazines are of zig-zag form

11/

36..in which the magazines are of helical or spiral form

11/

38..in which the magazines are horizontal

11/

40...the articles being delivered by hand-operated means

11/

42...the articles being delivered by motor-driven means

11/

44..in which magazines the articles are stored in bulk

11/

46.from movable storage containers or supports

11/

48..the storage containers or supports, e.g. magazine, being pivotally mounted (articles supported on pivotally-mounted flaps or shelves in magazines G07F 11/06)

11/

50..the storage containers or supports being rotatably mounted

11/

52...about horizontal axes

11/

54...about vertical axes

11/

56....the storage containers or supports both rotating and moving axially

11/

58..the articles being supported on or by endless belts or like conveyers

11/

60..the storage containers or supports being rectilinearly movable (endless belts or like conveyers G07F 11/58)

11/

62.in which the articles are stored in compartments in fixed receptacles

11/

64.in which the articles are individually suspended from stationary supports

11/

66.in which the articles are dispensed by cutting from a mass

11/

68.in which the articles are torn or severed from strips or sheets

11/

70.in which the articles are formed in the apparatus from components, blanks, or material constituents

11/

72.Auxiliary equipments, e.g. for lighting cigars, opening bottles


13/

00Coin-freed apparatus for controlling dispensing of fluids, semiliquids or granular material from reservoirs

13/

02.by volume

13/

04.by weight

13/

06.with selective dispensing of different fluids or materials or mixtures thereof

13/

08.in the form of a spray

13/

10.with associated dispensing of containers, e.g. cups or other articles (dispensing discrete articles per se G07F 11/00)


15/

00Coin-freed apparatus with meter-controlled dispensing of liquid, gas, or electricity (tariff-metering apparatus in general G01D 4/00)

15/

02.in which the quantity mechanism is set forward by hand after insertion of a coin

15/

04.in which the quantity mechanism is set forward automatically by the insertion of a coin

15/

06.with means for prepaying basic charges, e.g. rent for meters

15/

08.with means for varying the tariff or changing the price

15/

10.with alarm or warning devices, e.g. indicating the interrupting of the supply

15/

12.in which metering is on a time basis


17/

00Coin-freed apparatus for hiring articles; Coin-freed facilities or services (picture juke-boxes G03B; prepayment telephone systems H04M 17/00)

17/

02.for optical devices, e.g. telescopes

17/

04.for anthropometrical measurements such as weight, height, strength

17/

06.for inflating-pumps

17/

08.for seats or footstools

17/

10.for means for safe-keeping of property, left temporarily, e.g. by fastening the property

17/

12..comprising lockable containers, e.g. for accepting clothes to be cleaned

17/

14.for fastenings for doors (of containers for safe-keeping G07F 17/12); for turnstiles

17/

16.for devices exhibiting advertisements, announcements, pictures, or the like

17/

18.for washing or drying persons

17/

20.for washing or drying articles, e.g. clothes, motor cars

17/

22.for cleaning and polishing boots or shoes

17/

24.for parking meters (devices for checking parking time G07C 1/30)

17/

26.for printing, stamping, franking, typing, or teleprinting apparatus (ticket printing or like apparatus G07F 17/42)

17/

28.for radio apparatus (television subscription systems H04N 7/16)

17/

30.for musical instruments (recording or playback apparatus G11B)

17/

32.for games, toys, sports, or amusements

17/

34..depending on the stopping of moving members, e.g. "fruit" machines

17/

36..Age, character, or fortune telling apparatus

17/

38..Ball games; Shooting apparatus

17/

40.for devices for accepting orders, advertisements, or the like

17/

42.for ticket printing or like apparatus


19/

00Complete banking systems; Coded card-freed arrangements adapted for dispensing or receiving monies or the like and posting such transactions to existing accounts, e.g. automatic teller machines (mechanisms in general actuated by objects other than coins G07F 7/00; data processing equipment for bank accounting G06F 17/60, G06F 19/00; handling coins or paper currencies apart from coin-freed or like apparatus G07D) [5]


  
 

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