Microform America offers document scanners
comparable both in price and
performance to the Kodak i1860 Series with the advantage of
higher overall output capacity (scan speeds up to 480ipm)
and advanced color scanning technology unavailable with
other document scanners.
Before you overspend
on an over-priced IBML,
solution or settle
on a Kodak i1860
document scanner, take a minute to evaluate the
cutting-edge technology available to you with
Scanning-speeds up to 480ipm
Ergonomic Workplace Design - Height Adjustable Worktable Accommodates
Operator in Standing or Sit-Down Position.
Scanning with Multi-Dimensional Intelligent Thresholding for
crisp, clear images from the most difficult to read
originals. Integrated functions
for image enhancement including de-speckle, de-skew, de-shade, line
removal, edge enhancement, and more.
True Multi-Stream Scanning simultaneously delivers three
images (color, grayscale and bi-tonal) from an
original. Unavailable in other production scanners.
Filtering removes unlimited color variations from your image
for excellent OCR results.
Tri-linear CCD Cameras featuring Schneider Kreuznach
Resolution - 200, 300 or 400 dpi
Belt-free Paper Transport System
Ultrasonic Double Feed Detection
High-Volume Scanners are designed specifically for
production scanning applications such as census forms, tax
returns, loan applications and invoices. Our
state-of-the-art high-volume scanners define the measure of
productivity and efficiency for all production environments.
Built to the highest standards of German engineering with only
the finest materials and integrated cutting-edge document
capture software, Microform High-Volume Scanners maximize
production by virtually eliminating scanning interruptions.
Microform America offers
a state-of-the-art microfilm developer. Many government
agencies and corporations use microfilm technology today to comply with
legal requirements like the
Sarbanes-Oxley Act, to be prepared for
audits, to protect intellectual property or just enjoy the peace of
mind which comes with this safe approach to record keeping.
Documents recorded on select microfilm media via archive writers can have a life expectancy of up to
500 years and do neither require any decoding upon retrieval nor
constant updating to new
file formats like digital files. Even after centuries, microfilm
records are easily accessible and legible, and provide a
reliable way to keep your records protected from aging,
destruction, alteration and tampering.
Microfilm Archive Processor
of 16 mm and 35 mm films in daylight,
- the films can be perforated or imperforated.
Leader cassettes for film lengths of up to 305mm
Variable speed up to 4 m/min.
New System Design with state-of-the-art technology and
materials meets international compliance requirements such as
safety- and RoHS standards.
Easy and Clean Handling of Chemicals
does not expose the
standard operator to potentially hazardous substances, nor does
it require the use of rubber gloves and apron during the
refilling and draining process.
Automatic film feed
monitoring of the developing process
Optional electronically controlled regenerating unit
Optional base unit with cleaning basin
Microform's new FP 505 film processor for developing
microfilms is cutting-edge technology and an efficient part
in the production chain. The completely new concept of this
daylight developing machine guarantees perfect results to meet
the high demands of microfilm processing with regard to
long-term durability, archiving security and high throughput.
The system is a desktop unit that can also be supplied with an
optional cabinet and cleaning basin or additionally with an
automatic replenish unit.