Canon has released the latest device in its range of document solutions, the imageFORMULA DR-M260 scanner. The device hopes to help partners address the evolving requirements of any business function with high demand for the distribution of scanned documents.
The device’s technology enables businesses to capitalise on existing sales and maintenance experience in order to provide dependable levels of consultancy to customers. Possessing the latest high speed scanning technology and features to enhance document quality, the imageFORMULA DR-M260 also represents a great addition to the range of solutions that partners can offer.
Tim Brosnihan, Product Manager at Canon Europe said, “the imageFORMULA DR-M260 enables partners to directly address the everyday challenges facing their customers. Moreover, this device enables partners to draw on their existing knowledge and unlock new revenue streams by delivering cost effective, problem solving and reliable technology to drive the best possible value for them and their customers.”
- Newly developed Canon DR processor means there is no need for customers to rely on a stand-alone PC for document capture
- DR processor also cuts down colour unevenness and includes cutting-edge image processing technology capable of delivering images suitable for Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
- High scanning power is reinforced by a colour scanning speed of 60ppm, combined with an Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) capacity of 80 sheets of paper
- Handles a range of documents of varying thickness, type and length thanks to its Long Document Scanning Mode
- Paper feeding error detection
- Paper eject sensors prevents harm to original documents by identifying unusual document length transit time. Mounted to the Contact Image Sensors (CIS), it stops feeding by deactivating the roller when the document leading edge is not able to pass through the paper eject sensor within a certain time.
- User-friendly LCD operating panel
The Canon imageFORMULA DR-M260 will be available across Europe from August 2017.