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Product Spotlight

Finishing Superiority

the imageRUNNER 6000, Canon maintains its leadership position in bringing
versatile document finishing functions to the digital office by delivering
single and multi position stapling of up to 50 sheets in any corner of the page.
Automatic saddle-stitch booklet making capability allows general office users to
produce professional-looking output in-house at a fraction of the time and cost
of outsourcing. An optional 2/3- hole punching unit is also available for all
imageRUNNER 6000 finishers, which, when used with the available chapterization
or cover sheet insertion modes, allows completed sets to be immediately inserted
into binders. Specific customer applications ranging from training manuals,
booklets and other frequently revised publications, as well as customized
documents, such as financial reports and brochures, are all facilitated through
comprehensive device driver software at the client desktop.


Image Server Functions and Network Connectivity

internal 5.1 GB Image Server and 128 MB of RAM allows the imageRUNNER 6000 to
scan up to five copy jobs in “Copy Reservation” mode. A “Job Build” mode
allows a user to combine up to 100 simplex and duplex originals using either the
document feeder or platen glass. The same memory can also be used for a
“Confidential Mail Box” function, which allows up to 1,000 scanned or
printed documents to be stored in 100 user-named mailboxes. A “Merge
Documents” mode can combine jobs sent to a mailbox and convert them into a
single file for uniform printing. Merged jobs can originate as hard copy
documents, electronic files created in different software applications, or a
combination of both. For high-volume printing and scanning capability, the
optional Network Multi-PDL Printer Kit-A2 represents the next generation of
Canon developed controller technology for its IP enabled devices, offering
10/100 Ethernet connectivity, and PCL5e, PCL6, and emulation of Adobe


Speed Scanning, eCopy ScanStation and Device Management Software

supporting resolution up to 600 x 600 dpi in scan mode, the imageRUNNER 6000
uses Canon Network ScanGear, a 32-bit TWAIN compliant driver that allows the
transmission of scanned images from the device platen or feeder to be sent to a
client desktop or server on the network. Preset scanning resolutions using
Network ScanGear are at 150, 200, 300, 400, and 600 dpi, with actual scanning
speed dependent on the level of grayscale selected and image composition of
documents. A complete document distribution system using the imageRUNNER 6000,
Canon’s Network Printer Kit, eCopy’s ScanStation hardware, and eCopy
ShareScan and Desktop software is also available. 


NetSpot Suite is a group of platform independent software utilities that are
designed to ease the administrative burdens associated with installing,
monitoring, and managing Canon, and third party, SNMP-compliant, print devices
across corporate enterprise networks or the Internet. Both end users and network
administrators are given a level of access, and control that is designed to
optimize the uptime of imageRUNNER 6000s and other devices throughout the
enterprise for maximum productivity.




5 Minutes or less

3.8 seconds

60 cpm (ltr)

1 to 999

462 lb.

600 dpi

Network Multi-PDL Printer
Kit-A2, $3,350.00.

ScanStation (Windows NT) $ 6,995.00 (includes eCopy ShareScan with 20 User
License of eCopy Desktop Software).
free 45-day trial of eCopy Desktop software is available for download from
eCopy’s web site at www.ecopy.com

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