Fujitsu offers new contactless scanner
Dubai, September 2, 2013
Fujitsu has introduced the ScanSnap SV600, the first Fujitsu ScanSnap capable of contact-less scanning, compatible with both the Windows operating system and Mac OS.
Users simply place items on a desk to capture them. The scanner can digitise a great variety of objects: bound or stapled documents up to A3 size, such as notebooks, newspapers, catalogues, business cards, fragile originals and objects up to 3 cm thick. This scanner even produces high-quality images of curved objects.
The ScanSnap SV600 offers the simple, intuitive, one-button operation that is the hallmark of the ScanSnap series to a new level. Its continuous scanning feature allows it to automatically capture another image as soon as the page is turned.
The new solution represents instant scanning in the truest sense of the word. All a user has to do is place one or more documents on the mat (included as standard equipment), press a button and the digital document is ready for use on a PC or Mac, in a cloud service, or via a smartphone or tablet, in just seconds.
The device digitises multiple documents or objects (multi-document detection) in one scan. The scanner will automatically straighten and separate documents after capture.
"The ScanSnap SV600 is in a class of its own and delivers a totally new perspective on scanning. Building on our proven scanning and image processing heritage via our ScanSnap concept, the SV600 brings a unique take on capture to market and is designed to make scanning fast, easy and intuitive,” said Mike Nelson, general manager Sales and Marketing for PFU Imaging Solutions Europe.
"The Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 opens up a new world of possibilities to our customers. The number of applications is limited only by a user’s imagination,” explained Sofie Dheedene, ScanSnap product manager, at PFU Imaging Solutions Europe.
“Whether on an office desk, in a copy shop or at a hotel reception, the newest member of the ScanSnap family makes it quick and easy to digitise all kinds of documents."
With the contact-free scanner users do not have to fuss with a scanner lid or spend time searching for the scan function. Nor do they have to wait around until the device boots up; it takes just three seconds for the ScanSnap SV600 to be ready to go to work. Three seconds later and the first scan is complete, whether it is an A3 document or a level 3D object, such as a printed circuit board for quality inspection.
The Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 comes equipped with Adobe Acrobat, the CardMinder business card manager, and PFU‘s own Rack2-Filer Smart document manager.
The ScanSnap SV600 captures notebooks, newspapers and other bound or stapled documents in sizes up to A3 quickly and in top quality. Since the originals lie face up – in contrast to a flatbed scanner or copier – users can see the document while scanning, thus making it easier to avoid crooked, folded or covered pages. – TradeArabia News Service