With the CPI system you can pay with a credit card at the copier or printer. Works like a coin-op device but accepts credit and
debit cards for prints and copies. Also allows for cash payments at the copier. The ideal pay per print solution for any
unattended cashless print vending application. The CPI system also works on fax machines and bills fax pages sent to a
credit card. The system charges per minute on the Internet and pages printed once a credit card is swiped. The CPI system
is ideal for colleges, hotel business centers, retail stores, libraries and any location where a pay per print is needed. The CPI
system is manufactures by Copy Network In Melbourne, FL. Unattended vending machine for copiers and printers. Ideal for
college copy vending and business centers. Pay at the copier with a credit card, self service pay per print, for unattended self
serve setups. Use instead of coin op devices. Coin-op is the old, CPI is the update and new method for payment by credit
card . Ideal self service device for the modern bu business center direct deposit into bank account
President / CEO
Copy Network Inc.
CPI system Desk Top
( 1 ) ( 2 ) ( 3 )
( 1 ) - Swipe card
( 2 ) - Select document
( 3 ) - Print
The CPI system can provide a credit card payment option
for print release stations for multiple computer terminals.
The print job is stored and displayed at the Print Release
computer. Once a credit card is swiped the system enables
the mouse and keyboard allowing access to the document.
The CPI will then charge for all printed pages.
When the print job is finished, the CPI system will disable
the printer and provide a receipt showing the number of
prints made and sale amount.
Why use a Print Release Station?
Paying for prints is not the same process as paying for
With copies the student is there at the copier controlling the
number of copies made and amount charged on his credit
While printing, if not managed by a print release station to
stop the prints unless a card is swiped, first all prints will be
printed from any computer without a means to pay for and
2nd, the person using the printer will be charged for
someone else's prints.
Therefore it is necessary for prints generated from several
computers to be managed and controlled by a print release