Bowe Bell + Howell Introduces First Wide-Format Scanner2 May, 2007
Bowe Bell + Howell Introduces First Wide-Format Scanner
Available in three models with maximum scanning widths of 36, 42 and 48 inches, the Infinity WF can scan documents in bitonal, grayscale and color at 600 dots per inch (dpi). Depending on the model, it can scan at rated speeds of 3.2 to 4.2 inches per second (ips) in color and up to 12.6 ips in bitonal. Designed to handle large format documents such as land surveys, architectural drawings, airplane engineering plans and maps, Infinity WF is equipped to meet the scanning needs of geographic information systems (GIS) and reprographic houses, as well as architectural, engineering and construction firms.Infinity WF employs SharpShooter Trilinear CCD cameras combined with LED light that allows for even distribution of light that helps the scanner extrapolate to 1200 dpi for extremely high-resolution images. Bundled scanning software augments the scanned image quality with color gamma correction, black/white point adjustment, color dropout and monochrome image enhancement. Infinity WF features advanced paper handling and an easy-to-use feeding mechanism for oversized and delicate documents. Automatic Width Detection allows users to feed fragile documents through the middle of the scan table without the danger of paper guides tearing or fraying edges. Users also can manually adjust the amount of pressure between the document and the glass plate.
BÖWE BELL + HOWELL - 800.SCAN.494 - www.bbhscanners.com