Introduction to Electronic Document Management Systems by William B. Green (Auth.)

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Flat bed scanners benefit from inheritance of technology from many years of office copy machine development and manufacture. The components used in flat bed scanners are often components used by the same manufacturer in copy machines. For this reason, they benefit from the lower cost of mass production and highly tooled parts. 12. The material to be scanned is placed face down on the glass plate. Note the operator control panel, used to select scan resolution and other scanning control parameters.

6 Hig h En d Scanner s (Image/OC R capture ) Imag e Captur e Spee d fo r 8. 5 x 1 1 inc h shee t a t 20 0 dp i Transpor Less tha n . 6) are available that provide extremely high speed image capture, often coupled with OCR capability. These scanners do not generally provide a wide variety of features, but are optimized for extremely high speed text capture and other production information capture applications. FILM SCANNER S Film scanners are designed to produce digital bit mapped images of documents that have been photographed onto film.

4) provide increased throughput. They can be found in use as departmental or "front office" scanners, supporting capture of a large number of documents on a daily basis at one or more locations within a distributed system. They are generally designed in a table top format, provide some operator control over scanning parameters, and may be equipped with autofeeders. 5) are designed as central production image scanners. They are generally found in a single location that is optimized for the fastest possible image capture operation.

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