Supports scanning of wide range of documents
The scanner handles various types of documents to enable all scans with a single scanner. The Manual Feed Mode enables reading of copy forms, glued-on documents and bi-folded A3 documents. Passports and booklets up to thicknesses of 7 mm* can be read using the Booklet Carrier Sheet.
Since the scanner identifies the presence of thick plastic cards and labelled or barcoded documents, it excludes multi-feed errors, making simultaneous scanning of cards and paper document possible even when multi-feed detection is ON. Users are able to set documents together and continue scanning without interruption.
Keep documents in order with the Stacker Supporter
The Stacker Supporter keeps documents in order, even when scanning mixed batches containing small pieces of paper that tend to fly out of the document tray. Scanned documents are easy to retrieve, reducing time spent on post-scan organization.
Supports various operation modes according to the customer’s environment
The scanner supports both USB and LAN connectivity so that it can be used not only near the computer but also in various places under the network environment.
By using server software “PaperStream NX Manager”*1, it is possible to scan in environments without the PC or even from a Web application running on a thin client terminal.
Clear Image Capture
Clear Image Capture is a breakthrough proprietary optical technology innovation debuting in the Fujitsu fi-8000 series. True image rendering and colour shift prevention deliver industry leading OCR accuracy rates and image quality that surpasses the capabilities of standard CIS or CCD alone. And, as a more efficient optical technology, power consumption for every scan is reduced. It also enables capture of the widest range of document types from 20gsm-465gsm – including A4 envelopes, cards, passports, or booklets up to 7mm thick.
Quick MRZ Recognition
For passport and ID card scanning, personal information such as full name, document number, nationality, contained in the MRZ* (Machine Readable Zone), can be extracted for efficient entry of customer information.
*Supports recognition of MRZ on passports and ID cards, as defined by the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization). Passport MRZ layout is defined as two rows of 44 characters each (Doc 9303 TD3 format). ID card MRZ layout defined as three rows of 30 characters (TD1 format) or as two rows of 36 characters (TD2 format).