Maverick M-366 Exception Item Check Encoder MICR III Encoder
THE M-366 HS BEEN DISCONTINUED. IT HAS BEEN REPLACED BY THE MAVERICK MX-3 WHICH IS AVAILABLE ON THIS WEBSITE OR YOU CAN CALL TO ORDER.
The Maverick M-366 Exception Item Check Encoder Series offers a perfect solution for your Exception Item Check Encoding needs. The Maverick M-366 has ALL of the features of the Maverick M-360 Check Encoder with the addition of a highly visible back-lit display. A very small footprint and programmable field keys make the Maverick M-366 the most user friendly Check Encoder on the market. All Maverick M-366 Check Encoders ship with your Exception Item Fields pre-programmed and ready for use! Cartridge ribbons make your Ribbon changes a snap! Full field encoding, 10 key entry and easy to read display make the M-366 a perfect answer to Exception Item Check Encoding needs!
MICR III Encoding Exception Items at the Branch Level can accomplish two goals:
Provides Customer Service in the form of Starter Kits, Lobby Deposits, and Counter Checks.
Saves valuable time and money by presenting qualified items to the Proof Department.
With minimal space and traingin requirements, the economically prices Maverick MICR III Check Encoder offers the optimal solution for Exception item Encoding.
Extremely Small Footprint:The actual size of the MICR III is about the size of an 8-1/2 x 11 inch page.
Easy to Use: With a 2-line display, the operator is prompted through every transaction.
Accurate Check Encoding: High quality Check Encoding will maximize productivity of your Proof Department.
Down-sized Ribbon Cartridge: Eliminates waste! Small, compact Ribbon cartridge designed for exception item volumes.
New Technology Makes MICR III Easier to Use
The Maverick MICR III is designed to accommodate the 2 primary modes of operation found in Exception item Check Encoders today. This approach allows an operator to select a Function Key and then enter the Data or allows an operator to enter the Data them press the Function Key. Either mode of Data entry is accepted by the MICR III.
The 2-line Display helps minimize errors by prompting the operator. The first line allows for descriptions and/or instructions and the second line displays the operators entry.