Fujitsu's latest scanner promises cost savings

Fujitsu has launched its latest documant scanner for large batch scanning. Called the fi-4750L, it can scan up to 7500 pages a day and hold 250 pages in the feeder. The advantage of this is that it allows users to spend less time actually at the machine, so they can do other tasks.

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By  Guy Mathew Published  November 6, 2001

Fujitsu has launched its latest documant scanner for large batch scanning. Called the fi-4750L, it can scan up to 7500 pages a day and hold 250 pages in the feeder. The advantage of this is that it allows users to spend less time actually at the machine, so they can do other tasks. In Simplex mode it can copy 50 pages per minute at 200 dpi and 90 pages per minute in Duplex mode. It also has a SCSI 2 interface and RS232 video slot.

Fujitsu’s buiness manager for scanners, David Whitton, said: “Fujitsu is dedicated to providing leading edge scanning solutions to suit a wide range of applications and businesses and the introduction of the fi-4750L extends our range and reflects our expertise in the document scanning market. It also shows that we recognise the needs of business and the need to help organisations lower the cost of the document management process by offering the higher capacity document feeder.”

In addition the scanner is availible with the IPC-4D Enhancement process board which is designed for applications where the original document is of low quality such as copies of newsprint. The enhancement board can clean up and emphasise images and ensure the best possible results where character recognition software is used, says Fujitsu.

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