The Sentinel Management System can efficiently manage coin op equipment at locations. The host unit (Sentinel) is networked together with CAT5 cable to the sub units (Dogs) which are installed inside of the individual machines. One Sentinel System can manage up to 247 machines.
The Sentinel can be used to send credits to each individual machine eliminating the need for bill acceptors. Instead of having a printer on each machine the Sentinel will send player credits to its centralized printer. Eliminating the need for bill acceptors and printers will save money and reduce downtime from malfunctions.
Daily reports as well as accumulated reports since the last collection are available for print or read. Remote access accounting via smart phone app is available at a small monthly fee.
The Sentinel can also detect fraudulent signals from cheating devices and block them. When fraudulent signals are detected ten consecutive times the Dog will lock its functions and send out an error message to the Sentinel System triggering an alarm and a warning print out of which machine is being tampered with.
In all the Sentinel Management System can be used as remote credit device remote collecting system with completed book keeping data that also has Safeguards against cheater devices.