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Singapore:Targeted towards
high-volume scanning
environments,fi-6800 is the A3 production scanner in
its price range. It provides easy operation for healthcare, financial,
government and legal vertical markets, and companies looking to
consolidate and centralize the scanning function across their
organizationals. The Fujitsu fi-6800 combines performance, green
features and user-friendliness.

The product digitizes A4-sized documents in landscape orientation at up
to 130 pages per minute (ppm) in simplex mode, or up to 260 images per
minute (ipm) in duplex mode. The output resolution, ranging between 50
and 600 dots per inch (dpi), can be adjusted in 1dpi increments for
end-users to precisely control the quality and size of image files.

The fi-6800 incorporates several new features for end-users to
realize improvements in workplace productivity. For instance, the Automatic
allows the flexibility of choosing between
unique sorting sheets or barcode printed sheets to cleanly separate
various kinds of office documents. This function helps reduce scanner
operation time while also bringing new levels of reliability. After
scanning, the Automatic Stacker
will arrange the hard-copy originals
while the Automatic Image Quality
will scrutinize the
soft-copy images for fold marks, paper tears or other irregularities.
The scanner is able to digitize documents ranging between A8 and A3
size, and up to 3m in length.

The scanner comes with a color graphics adapter (CGA) board and VRS
Professional imaging software, for top-quality image processing at high

The fi-6800 is built using materials  sourced for minimal
ecological impact. It consumes less than 4W of power in sleep mode and
can be started up quickly, making it ideal for scanning small batches
of documents frequently.

The product also incorporates new light-emitting diode (LED) lamp
technology that combines ultra brightness with short warm-up times, for
substantial energy savings.

SMS Buy 130395 to 56677

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