Dimensions W x D x H:
210 x 156 x 383
Max Paper Size:
Optical Scan Resolution (DPI):
285 x 283
Paper Handling Output:
Scan Speed (PPM):
Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600
The SV600 redefines what a document scanner can do thanks to a range of intelligent and productive features that will enhance your scan setup. The SV600 has fantastic performance with the device ready to scan in just 3 seconds and is combined with an intelligent image correction, giving you the best possible results. You'll also be able to scan any documents larger than A4 such as maps, historical documents and blueprints, which can simply be positioned on the black pad and scanned directly without any extra effort.
A New Perspective on Scanning
Scan endless materials including books, delicate documents and business cards, while the versatile imaging technology will maximise quaility and reduce errors. Not only this, but the multiple document detection features means you can scan multiple documents at once and all this is supported by the efficient and productive software that comes with this overhead scanner, including the ability to scan to Cloud applications.
Fujitsu ScanSnap models are bundled with a host of productivity enhancing software including:
ScanSnap Organizer allows you to easily view, manage and edit PDF and JPEG files. Organizer allows the conversion of scanned PDF files into searchable content, embed custom keywords, attach to email or SharePoint.
ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap allows for the automatic text and image conversion of scanned documents to create editable Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.
CardMinder enables for the scanning of business cards and the import of data to a database package.
ScanSnap Receipt allows you to easily scan and extract information off receipts, and even export the data for tax filing.
- 1 Year Warranty
- Compatible with Windows and Mac
- Dimensions (W x D x H)/Weight - 210 x 156 x 383mm / 3kg
- Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600
- USB Cable
- Power Cable
- User Guide
- Software CD
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