Zeutschel 12002 V-Shaped Book Scanner
Safely Scan Fragile Bound Materials
Combining the industry-renowned usability and image quality of the 12002-series with an adjustable V-shaped cradle, the Zeutschel 12002 V-shaped book scanner is designed to support fragile bound materials while capturing high-quality images in up to 600 dpi resolution.
Using a single adjustable cradle, the Zeutschel 12002 V-shaped book scanner allows for opening angles of 90°, 120°, 140° or 180° to preserve book bindings.
- Up to 600 dpi resolution
- Adjustable V-position cradle
- 90º maximum opening angle
- Laser indicator to perfectly position materials
- On-cradle touch strips to trigger scan
- Double-page processing
- High productivity
- Low light exposure
- Electronically-controlled, self-opening glass plate
- Scan with or without glass
- PerfectBook 3D automatic book curve correction software (optional)
- OmniScan Advanced Software offers an array of image processing tools
- Output to all standard image formats including TIFF, JPEG and multipage PDF
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