Kofax VRS Professional with Bar Code, ScandAll PRO, QuickScan™ Pro (Trial), Image Processing Option
Increase Production efficiency with advanced scanning intelligence and processing speed
On top of this, the Fujitsu fi-6770A is able to scan paper that is up to 3m long, which enables it to digitize electrocardiograms, instrumental data readings and other long documents.
Its automatic document feeder will handle up to 200 sheets at a time, freeing you to do other things. The hopper can accept both square edge and fanned paper stacks helping to eliminate paper jams and increase overall scanner productivity.
Supplied with VRS 4.2 Professional as standard
The Fujitsu fi-6770A is also bundled with ScandAll PRO image capture software giving the following features
Automatic job separation
The fi-6770A's bundled barcode and patch code reading functionality enables it to separate different jobs with its automatic job separation function. The result is improved digitizing efficiency.
Seamless Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server linkage
ScandAll PRO enables the fi-6770A to seamlessly link with Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server for easy digitized document sharing and viewing administration. The result is even easier document management.
The fi-6770A itself is loaded with 2 high end "intelligent" fi-Series functions that enable it to efficiently scan mixed batch documents containing paper of different weights, quality and sizes.
Intelligent multifeed function
The intelligent multifeed function simplifies pre-scanning preparation and improves efficiency by ignoring documents that tend to trigger false multifeed alerts, such as photo and sticky note attached documents.
Trapezoid-shaped and tab attached document cropping / punch hole removal functionality
In addition to being loaded with a function that ensures that trapezoid-shaped documents as well as index tab and sticky note attached documents are scanned in their entirety, the fi-6770A provides a function that removes the circular and angular punch hole representations that are created from scanning loose-leaf sheets, courier service forms and other similar documents.