These days students entering college are highly educated regarding all things digital. They absolutely demand digital technology as an integral part of their library experience. KIC self-serve scanning systems make your entire library collection accessible in digital form.
The KIC BookEdge with integrated furniture and touch screen is a wonderful way to offer students digital access to your entire library. It's simple two-button interface makes it very approachable, even by technically timid students. It's low price, sleek design, and small 2x2' foot print make KIC BookEdge a very practical entry-level self-serve scanning solution for any library.
The KIC BookEdge is the perfect choice for student walk-up scanning and copying in areas where space is a premium. It makes entire library collections available in digital form. The KIC BookEdge's clever design allows users to scan pages right up to the bound margin near the spine, without damaging books. The KIC BookEdge produces beautiful, full-color images at no additional cost over black & white images! Even searchable PDF's and text-to-speech (MP3 files) are a snap to create.
The KIC BookEdge was specifically designed to occupy the same space as a typical floor-standing photocopier. Replacing outmoded copiers in academic and research libraries is easy with KIC BookEdge's modern scanning, printing and interactive computerized touch screen technology. With the addition of a color laser printer, the KIC BookEdge provides the functionality of a color copier at a fraction of the cost.
|Autoformat Size Recognition||17 x 11.8 inches (432 x 300 mm)|
|DIN Formats||DIN A5 to DIN A3|
|US ANSI Formats||Legal, Letter|
|User defined Formats||Autoformat w/edge recognition|
|Optical Resolution||600 dpi (max)|
|Scan Speed (8.5" x 11" book)||5.0 seconds for full bed at 200 dpi
8.5 seconds for full bed at 600 dpi
|Scan Speed (full bed)||6.2 seconds for full bed at 200 dpi
23.4 seconds for full bed at 600 dpi
|Output Color Depth||24 bit color, 8 Bit gray scale|
|File Formats||PDF, Searchable PDF, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, MP3 audio (text-to-speech)|
|Digital File Interfaces||USB 2.0, email, FTP, file folder (for library staff only)|
|Image Treatment Functions||Split pages (left & right)
Change resolutions (dpi)
Select: color, grayscale, or B&W
|Scanner Interface||Hi-Speed USB 2.0|
|Light Source||KIC BookEdge - Cold cathode fluorescent
KIC BookEdge Plus - White LED
|Dimensions and Weight|
|Dimensions of Scanner (H x W x D)||31 x 25 x 15" (787.4 x 625 x 381 mm),
59 x 26.5 x 23" (1498.6 x 660.4 x 584.2 mm) with optional stand
|Weight of Scanner||30 lbs,
114 lbs with optional stand
|Power Consumption||50W Stand-by / 127W Operation (printer not included)|
|Options and Functions|
|Printer Interface||10/100/1000 megabit Ethernet or USB 2.0|
|Printed Output Formats||8.5 x 11", 11 x 17", simplex, duplex, color & monochrome (printer not included)|
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