Scanner & Software Products

Professional Desktop Scanners

 

Kodak Scanmate i1150

Bitonal/ Greyscale/ colour : 30 pages per minute
ADF
600 dpi optical resolution
50 sheet feeder capacity
USB 2.0 connectivity
1000 pages recommended daily volume

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Kodak Scanmate i940

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 20 pages per minute
Colour: 15 pages per minute
ADF
600 dpi optical resolution
20 sheet feeder capacity
USB 2.0 connectivity
500 pages recommended daily volume
AC power supply/ USB power through USB connector

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Workgroup Scanners

 

Kodak S2050

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 50 pages per minute
Colour: 50 pages per minute
ADF
600 dpi optical resolution
80sheet feeder capacity
USB 3.1 connectivity
5000 pages recommended daily volume

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Kodak S2070

Bitonal/ Greyscale:70 pages per minute
Colour: 70 pages per minute
ADF
600 dpi optical resolution
80 sheet feeder capacity
Kodak capture pro with Nuance PaperPort
7000 pages recommended daily volume

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Departmental Scanners

 

Kodak S2080

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 80 pages per minute
Colour: 80 pages per minute
KODAK A4 Flatbed Accessory for Fragile Documents 600 dpi optical resolution
80 sheet feeder capacity
Kodak Capture Software with Nuance PaperPort
8000 pages recommended daily volume

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Kodak i2900

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 60 pages per minute
Colour: 60 pages per minute
KODAK A3 Flatbed Accessory for Fragile
250 sheet feeder capacity
10000 pages recommended daily volume>/td>

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Kodak i3200/3250/3400/3450

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 50/90 pages per minute
Colour: 50/90 pages per minute
KODAK A3 Flatbed Accessory for Fragile
12000 pages recommended daily volume

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Production Scanners

 

Kodak i4200

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 110 pages per minute
Colour: 100 pages per minute
500 sheet feeder capacity
30000 pages recommended daily volume
Controlled Stacking

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Kodak i4850

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 120 pages per minute
Colour: 150 pages per minute
500 sheet feeder capacity
Controlled Stacking
50000 pages recommended daily volume

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Kodak i5200

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 140 pages per minute
Colour: 140 pages per minute
750 sheet feeder capacity
5 independent ultrasonic zones for multi feed detection
No limit recommended daily volume
Touch screen panel

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Kodak i5600

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 170 pages per minute
Colour: 170 pages per minute
750 sheet feeder capacity
5 independent ultrasonic zones for multi feed detection
No limit recommended daily volume
Touch screen panel

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Network Scanners


 

Scanstation series

Bitonal/ Greyscale: 45 pages per minute
Colour: 30 pages per minute
75 sheet feeder capacity
Independent ultrasonic zones for multi feed detection
No host PC required
Touch screen panel

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To purchase any of these products, kindly contact us for enquiry on:

E-mail: info@docuscanafrica.com

Phone: +234 703 939 0732, +234 706 908 0900

Scanning is the first step in converting paper documents to more usuable digital information, it can have a weighty impact on productivity, operations efficiency, and data accuracy. For this reason, organizations should not take this type of decision lightly. When you are in the market for a new scanner and before taking the plunge and purchasing a new document scanner, there are a few things to consider and ask yourself first:

1. What type of documents will I be scanning?

2. What is the largest and smallest size documents I need to scan?

3. Do I need to scan in color? Is any of my documents duplex?

4. Are there any unique documents that may be of carbon or card stock material?

5. In what condition are the documents I will be scanning?

6. What software will I be scanning to?

7. Who will service my scanner?

8. What will be the best scanner for my needs?

9. Where should I buy my scanner from?

Once you have asked yourself these important questions, it’s important to make sure that the scanner you are considering offers everything you need. Next, you need to determine the amount of documents that need to be scanned and the timeframe required. Compare this information with the scanner speed, the daily duty cycle of a scanner, number of scanners, and the time frame the scanning needs to be done. It’s important to check to see if the scanner you choose works with the software you are currently using. Compatibility is very important when using higher end capture products like Kodak Capture Pro. You should bear in mind that the speed of your scanner dictates your scanning software requirement. On the topic of cost, it is important to note that opting for the cheaper scanner may not be the best way to go. Sometimes it is better to spend a little more on a quality product, and scanners are no exception. Why? Because often times cheaper scanners can end up costing more in the long run. Maintenance costs and consumables can drive up the cost of scanning. The amount of down time due to frequent jams, repairs, and cleaning will also decreases the amount of scan time. That’s why it’s important to purchase your scanner from an authorized dealer that has trained technicians to help out in times of trouble.Kodak Info Input Solution

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Contact Info

: Docuscan Africa Limited. No 1B Robson Close Simisola Estate, Apapa.

: +234 703 939 0732

: +234 802 430 0055

: info@docuscanafrica.com