- The Kirtas APT BookScan 2400RA™ is a new, high-volume machine that provides remote access allowing users to capture raw images in one location and process them at another. It is equipped with a high-performance blade server, which enables the remote capability as well as providing increased storage capacity and a faster processing speed.
The company also introduced the Kirtas APT BookScan 1600™, a mid-size system that captures 1,600 pages per hour. The APT 1600 includes a high-speed server for enhanced processing speed, as well as the Enhanced Page Separator and the Page Edge Sensor for improved productivity.
The Kirtas APT BookScan 1212™ builds off of the success of the APT 1200. Targeted to cost-sensitive markets with collections of smaller-size books, the APT 1212 provides 300 DPI and is ideal for organizations looking to digitize research materials and other information to include on the Internet.
- An extension kit for digitizing smaller books
- An Enhanced Page Separator (EPS)
- A Page Edge Sensor (PES)
- A new barcode scanner for reading ISBNs or library assigned barcodes
- New ergonomic features
Blog post on the Kirtas Bookscan 800 is here and info on the Kirtas APT2400 is here.
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