Lanier Launches the LD 060 and LD075 Digital Copier/Printer/Scan Systems19 Aug, 2002
Lanier Launches the LD 060 and LD075 Digital Copier/Printer/Scan Systems
Lanier Worldwide, Inc. launched the Lanier LD 060 and LD 075 Digital Copier/Printer/Scan Systems, two high-volume solutions that combine advanced digital imaging technology with the latest document management software to bring fast production, high-resolution image quality and versatile document distribution to departmental and production environments.The systems will be available immediately.
Resolution Results For Copying, Printing or Scanning
The Lanier LD 060 and LD 075 copy, print and scan up to 60 or 75 black-and-white pages per minute. They copy and print at 1200 dpi and scan hardcopy documents at 600 dpi. They also include an automatic one-pass duplex scanner that allows them to operate in duplex mode at their normal rated speeds. Although they can be used as stand-alone systems, they offer optional network connectivity that allows users to access all of their functions directly from a desktop PC. They also have a wireless LAN option so users can connect via laptop.
Both systems also feature Next Generation Architecture, an open systems platform that -- unlike proprietary platforms -- enables the LD 060 and LD 075 to integrate with software from Lanier or off-the-shelf packages from third-party providers. To complement this architecture, the systems include a built-in Web browser to take advantage of Web-based applications without using a separate PC or other peripherals.
Document management utilities from Lanier include the Document Server, which stores frequently used files for print-on-demand applications; Document Mall, which transmits scanned pages to a secure Web site where authorized users can access them from any Web-connected device; Global Scan, which allows scanned documents to be routed as e-mail attachments; and a special utility that tracks print costs by department.
The LD 060 and LD 075 offer three separate 3,000-sheet finishers for 50-sheet stapling, 100-sheet stapling or saddle-stitching. All three can be paired with an optional interposer, which adds pre-printed, full-color covers or insert sheets to black-and-white documents. It does this outside the fuser area to prevent smearing, then the system finishes the combined pages as a single document, eliminating the need to collate mixed documents by hand.