i3000 Scanner Series
The Kodak i3000 Series scanners now has two new scanners included in its family – the i3250 Scanner and i3450 Scanner. Also new is that the i3400 Scanner scans at up to 90ppm as opposed to 80ppm when it was first introduced. The i3200 ($4,495) and i3250 ($4,995) scans at 50ppm simplex and 100ipm duplex, while the i3400 ($5,495) and i3450 ($5,995) scans at a faster rate of 90ppm simplex (180ipm duplex). Unique for this market, the i3400 Series has a 250-sheet document feeder/elevator (most scanners have document feeders that hold 75 or 100 sheets at most). The main difference that the i3250 and i3450 has is the built-in flatbed platen that holds up to legal-sized paper. Otherwise, they share identical specifications with their counterparts.
Kodak includes a large set of features adopted from its other scanners, using its Perfect Page functions. These include deskew, image rotation, and blank page removal. It allows for iThresholding, Kodak’s adaptive threshold processing that makes letters stand out on shaded or color backgrounds, especially useful for OCR.
The i3000 Series comes with ultrasonic multi-feed detection. Also new is Kodak’s Intelligent Document Protection feature, which helps prevent paper from any physical damage by automatically pausing the scan. Electronic color dropout is also supported. This scanner also features dual streaming, the ability to save files in two formats (such as color and black-and-white) in one scan. USB connectivity is supported.
The i3200 and i3250 has a daily duty cycle of 15,000 pages, while the i3400 and i3450 scans up to 20,000 pages per day. Output files include single-and multi-page TIFF, JPEG, PDF, and searchable PDF. There is a rear exit paper path for long documents. Kodak also offers both a legal-sized and an A3-sized flatbed platens as options.
For increased ease of use, you can set up several one-touch workflows via the SmartTouch functionality. Software that comes with the scanner includes Kodak’s Capture Pro software, Asset Management software and Capture Desktop software.
- Automatic Document Feeder?
- Ethernet Connectivity?
- Wireless Connectivity?
- Mobile Printing/Scanning?
Not suitable for offices with low volume scanning needs.
In September 2013, the U.K. Kodak Pension Plan (KPP) has acquired the Kodak Document Imaging and Personalized Imaging divisions from Eastman Kodak Company. The new company now goes by Kodak Alaris. The new company and its name preserve the legacy of the Kodak brand, while continuing to update its products to meet market needs and changes. Kodak Alaris will continue to use the Kodak brand name.
Kodak Alaris’ Document Imaging solutions include scanners, capture and information management software, and an expanding range of professional services and industry-leading service and support. With customers ranging from small offices to global operations, Kodak Alaris delivers superior systems and solutions to automate business processes, enhance customer interactions and enable better business decisions.