To tackle the headline topic of this year’s CeBIT in Hannover you’re going to need the right tools – after all, analog material is hardly likely to digitize itself! Wuppertal-based Janich & Klass Computertechnik GmbH has been developing and manufacturing systems to record and archive 2D material for over three decades. The digitization specialist is showcasing its latest brainchild, the S722 XINO scanner, and an enhanced version of the DpuScan capture solution at CeBIT 2016.
The XINO scanner from Janich & Klass sports numerous special features that make it a flexible, powerful and reliable tool for digitizing documents to keep pace with change. These include its unique paper transport system that ensures the paper originals are handled with care, the exchangeable feeder system (for either standard center feeding or flush left) and two separate paper output trays with sorting function. What’s more, the devices all work at dynamically variable speed to meet the requirements of different input materials. The new S722 XINO scanner can process up to 220 sheets per minute and rounds off the top end of the company’s portfolio. The new DpuScan is now available in two different models for either standard or more complex applications.
Janich & Klass Computertechnik GmbH (71332 Waiblingen, Germany), Hall 3, Stand J30