Both series of cheque scanner have a built-in slot for the colour scanning of plastic cards, such as driver’s licence, other ID cards, and even embossed bank and credit cards. This means that bank tellers can quickly verify customers’ identity, and also easily record that they have done so.
There is a built-in imprinter that enables quick and easy print endorsement on the back of cheques while they are being scanned. Up to five lines of 60-character text, as well as high quality bitmap images, can be printed in a single motion, ensuring no loss of overall cheque scanning speed.
Bundled Software: Ranger™ Transport API, Canon Scanning Utility
What's in the Box:
|Setup Disc and Guide|
|Operations and Maintenance Guide|
|User Registration Card|
|Speed B&W (A4 Portrait - 300 dpi)||120 cpm (CR-120 & CR-120 UV) - 150 cpm (CR-150)|
|Duty cycle||Approx. 12 000 cheques / day|
|Format||Cheques and Cards|
|Capture||Greyscale and Black & White|
|Optical resolution||600 dpi|
|Min Document Specifications||H60 x L90 Thickness: 64 g/m2|
|Max Document Specifications||H108 x L245 Thickness: 157 g/m2|
|Interface||Twain, ISIS and Canon Driver|
|Size closed (L x H x P mm)||170 x 239 x 204mm|
|Electric characteristics||Scanning: 22W or less; In sleep mode: 2.2W or less; In Power OFF: 0.5W or less|
This scanner was purchased as a replacement for our 9 year old Canon CR25. The machine is great, and just runs them without any problems. I highly recommend.
This replaced a Canon CR50 and not only is it priced right it also is a much better upgrade. Canon just makes good scanners.