Automated Fare Collection System

A high quality farebox from Japan’s market leader in fare collection.

Reliable and Compact
gives you more flexible options with most updated technology


blue box Small footprint saves space
blue box Modular design for quick and easy maintenance
blue box Built-in OCU with touch screen operation

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Simplied revenue collection

Simplified revenue collection using RFID key-card

Modular design

Modular design for easy maintenance

Touch Screen OCU

Built-in Touch Screen OCU saves space


Fare Acceptance
Coins Type U.S. 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢, $1 coin
Validation rate up to 10 items per sec.
Bills Type 2"x5" U.S. $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 bills
Validation rate About 1.7 seconds per bill
Passenger Display
Display type TFT RGB Color display
Screen size 3.5" QVGA (320 x 240 pixels)
Coin interior volume 400 in3 (6.6L); $500 or 2,000 coins
Bill interior volume 330 in3 (5.5L); $800
Operation Control Unit
Display type TFT RGB Color display
Screen size 5.0" WVGA (800 x 480 pixels)
Communication Interface
Ethernet(10/100Mbps)(2x), SAE J1708, RS-232C,RS485, USB
W 9.33" x H 35.50" x D 9.65"
(W 237mm x H 902mm x D 245mm)
Electrical Power
Rated voltage 12V DC or 24V DC
Operating range 10V DC to 36V DC, 2A at 12V
LECIP brings proven state-of-the-art technology to North America.


blue box Fastest coin processing for reduced dwell time
blue box Easy to read, large, full color LCD display for better passenger communication
blue box Unique bill bypass minimizes fare collection downtime
blue box “Off-the-bus” probing to improve worker safety
blue box Modular design for easy maintenance and repair

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“...to get people on board and off quickly; to count and report revenue accurately and efficiently;to reduce the amount of cash collected by encouraging smart card use...”

Improve revenue collection with new technologies and options. Our unique bill-bypass feature allows you to continue to collect bills for payment even if the bill validator gets jammed. Our coin acceptor can take more than 6 coins at a time ? no more dropping one coin at a time into the farebox.

“Talking” farebox meets ADA requirements for the visually impaired Advanced Farebox technology to communicate with your customers enhances acceptance of a new AFC program ? and improves the rider’s experience and confidence. For example, our multi lingual “talking Farebox” can provide step by step instructions for using new technology such as a smartcard, including critical information like remaining balance or smart card status.

It also beeps in different ways to alert both the passenger and driver that insufficient fare has been collected. To complement the audio, an easy to read, large, full color LCD display communicates text or pictures to passengers.

We offer design option such as standalone or integrated smartcard readers ? resulting in technology flexibility to meet diverse agency requirements. Fareboxes with integrated smartcard readers save onboard space while still providing all the benefits of smart card technology. We support ISO 14443 Type A and B, and NFC standards. If stand alone readers make more sense, we have a line of them as well, including those for loading platforms and the back door of a bus or light rail vehicle.

Drivers like LECIP’s easy to read Operator Control Unit (OCU). Our OCU’s anti-glare, high resolution, color TFT screen offers a state of the art interface for drivers. Programmable keys provide flexibility to meet each agency’s desired requirement. Our OCU even has audio selected information. The OCU also provides an interface to other on board equipment and can support ITS driver display requirements.

Our flexible technology will allow the addition of or change over to new, future payment technology ? so long-term viability. LECIP uses open industrial standards wherever possible to support integration to other onboard technology and our fare collection solution is capable of processing mobile phone payment using NFC technology.


Fare Acceptance
Coins Type U.S. 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢, $1 coin
Validation rate up to 6 items per sec.
Bills Type 2"x5" U.S. $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 bills
Validation rate About 2 seconds per bill
Magnetic card Read track Track2 and Track3 (Track1 is Option)
Thickness from 0.007" to 0.030" thick
Smart card ISO 14443 A/B
Passenger Display
Display type TFT-LCD
Screen size 5.7 inch
Coin interior volume 7.3 L
Bill interior volume 5.5 L
Operation Control Unit
Display type TFT-LCD
Screen size 5.7 inch
Buttons function key 10 keys
fixed key 27 keys
Communication Interface
SAE J1708, RS-232C, Ethernet(10/100Mbps), USB2.0
W 10.15" x H 41.00" x D 9.65"
(W 258mm x H 1042mm x D 245mm)
Electrical Power
Rated voltage 24 volts DC (12 volts DC)
Operating range 10 to 36 volts DC



  • Accepts all fare media: coins, bills, magnetic cards, smart cards (ISO14443 Type A and B, NFC)
  • Cashbox ID uses RFID tags
  • Includes an invalid coin return
  • Protects with high security locks and keys
  • Designed to withstand the rugged transit environment
  • Processes several coins at once


  • Uses an open standard operating system developed for robotics
  • Handles multi-agency fare collection with one system while recognizing individual agency fare policies
  • Features are configurable and downloadable from the central system


  • Interfaces with AVL/GPS and other on-board devices (Ethernet, J1708, RS485, RS232)
  • Provides single point log-on
  • Can add tap-off smart card reader for BRT or other modes

Data and Reporting

  • Secure data transmission to central server
  • Central computer system collects all transactions and maintenance data for analysis and reporting


  • Magnetic card issuer/reader
  • Thermal paper ticket printer/reader
  • Bar coded tickets/transfers