The SupraScan™ 2xA0 benefits at glance:
The SupraScan™ 2xA0 has been developed to achieve the highest level of benefits. Those benefits are focused on:
- IMAGE QUALITY
As part of i2S Group
internationally well-known in industrial vision, i2s DigiBook has a high level of knowledge in image technologies
mastering perfectly sensor, optics, electronics, lighting and image processing technologies. The SupraScan™ 2xA0 is equipped with a high resolution motorized and remote-control camera, digitizing up to 600 dpi.
- EXTREME PRECISION
The SupraScan™ 2xA0 digitizes with an extreme precision thanks to multiple components : an adjustable angle of incidence LED lighting, useful for enhancement on reliefs; an ultrasound sensor, calibrated for measuring the ideal distance between the camera and the work (with or without frame); self-measure system for compensating the natural curving of the work when it is placed flat.
- HIGH PRODUCTIVITY
The SupraScan™ 2xA0 has been developed to reach the highest level of image quality but with no compromise on speed and productivity. SupraScan™ 2xA0 has bi-directional scanning process, so there is no time wasted thanks to arm re-positioning. In addition, the images are both displayed during scanning and enhanced and compressed while scanning, which saves time and so improves the productivity.
- MAINTAIN OF DOCUMENT INTEGRETY AND ERGONOMICS
For making easier to position large and delicate works, the SupraScan™ 2xA0 is equipped with a motorized cradle, upwards and downwards mobility. It can support weights up to 100 kg, and the scan level (adjustment according to the thickness of the document thanks to the height/resolution detection sensor) can reach 100mm.
In addition, all aspects have been studied to maximize operators’ productivity and comfort. This is why the command panel location, the scan process, the lighting configuration (below the operator’s eyes level) and the easy to use software interface offer the best conditions making the SupraScan™ 2xA0 an easy and powerful scanner to use day after day.Last updated: Wednesday, 18 July 2018