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The TVC-2100 Series text inserter is designed to communicate with 4 to 10 register interfaces. It superimposes transaction information onto corresponding video of the cashier on a one register per channel basis. The TVC-2100 Series text inserter is installed between the cameras and the video processor; therefore, it can be used with multiplexers, quads, etc. The composite image with the text overlay can be viewed live or reviewed later from a video recorder. Questionable transactions such as VOID and NO SALE can be reviewed in minutes when the alarm features of the TVC-2100 Series are used to trigger the alarm inputs of the video processor.
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