Workgroup document scanning
Small businesses and distributed scanning applications are the ideal
market for this sheet fed, full 24 bit colour, duplex scanner. With a
recommended daily duty cycle of up to 2000 A4 documents per day and
the ability to scan at 40 pages per minute
(80 images per minute duplex) in mono or
30ppm / 60
ipm in full 24 bit colour.
Improved Feeding Capability
The fi-6130 and fi-6230 incorporate a new feeding mechanism based on its highly
respected sibling, the fi-5900C.
Based on brake roller technology rather than a pad, this provides much
more reliable and controllable feeding of a wide range of papers and
The fi-6130 and fi-6230 offers high quality output resolution up to 1200dpi
interpolated or 600dpi optical. Control over error diffusion,
colour dropout and gamma correction via the driver allows a wide variety
of documents to be scanned.
The user selectable black/white background enables the use of
document de-skew and auto-cropping of mixed document and high quality
scanning of thin documents.
Advanced Imaging features
The fi-6130 and fi-6230 incorporate the latest imaging technology to allow
multi streaming, page splitting, punched hole removal and advanced
The fi-6130 and fi-6230 are supplied with VRS 4.1 Pro the de-facto standard
for image handling, it simplifies the scanning process, ensuring the
best quality image in a single pass without the need to manually adjust
Scanner setting. VRS Pro will also auto rotate documents based on
content - cutting down paper preparation time.
Also included is ScandAll Pro scanning application, which can simplify
batch scanning operations to a single button press on the scanner.
With a fold away output tray the scanner can be positioned
near the users workstation for ease of use. When not in use the scanner
reverts to a sleep mode using only 6.2 watts of power.
The fi-6130 and fi-6230 have an industry standard USB 2.0 interface
The fi-6130 only can accept a post imprinter unit to stamp the back
of each scanned document with up to 40 characters serving as
further proof that all documents have been scanned