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FI-6140 Color Duplex Document Scanner
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- Image Sensor: Ccd
- Bit Depth: 24 Bit Color / 8 Bit Grayscale / 1 Bit Monochrome
- Maximum Scan Speed: 40Ppm (Color) / 60Ppm (Grayscale) / 60Ppm (Monochrome)
- Media Type: Plain Paper
- Media Size: A4, Letter, 8.50 X 14, 2 X 3
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Purpose: Got a basement with (at least) a couple of thousand journals to convert from paper to an electronic format - PDF. Yes, this is a long-term project that will take several months to a year.
In a few words or less - I really DO love this thing.
Owned a Fujitsu ScanSnap for a few years, love it, high quality but not suitable for high volumes, and am keeping it on my old PC.
The smaller brother of my machine is the FI-6130, at about half the scan speed of the FI-6140, otherwise identical, and also has much lesser price. Googling either model number will find the Fujitsu site itself, with a downloadable detailed PDF data sheet for each.
FI-6140 was installed on a new PC running 64-bit Windows 7. Am running the included "ScandAll PRO" scanner control software, it works nicely. Pages get created as image PDFs.
This printer INCLUDES Adobe Acrobat 9 Standard Edition, which runs well on my new PC. Acrobat's OCR scan option to turn an image document into a "real" searchable PDF takes about a half-hour per hundred pages, and I consider its conversion quality a MIRACLE, just amazing. Way better than I expected. I do other stuff while the OCR runs. I then use the Adobe "reduce file size" option to get document down from 250M each to about 27M, with a small but acceptable loss in image quality. (Takes maybe half the time the OCR does.)
Very small footprint. Scans front & back simultaneously.
Scan speed for B&W is about as fast as dropping pages on the floor - paper zooms thru it. I am scanning in color, slower, but still fast enough that the actual scan is plenty fast.Read more ›
increased speed. We use the scanner mainly to scan medical
records using PaperPort12 Pro. Unfortunately, the documentation
by Fujitsu and Nuance is lacking. For example, the Fujitsu 6140
comes with a excellent bundle of software but it is unclear how
to manage these features in PaperPort. A video tutorial demonstrating
the features, such as advantage of ISIS drivers vs TWAIN etc would
be most helpful. Otherwise, the scanner has performed well.
I would recommend this product.
Sometimes when the documents are thick, they are not properly procesed. But this happens just sometimes and is fixed when a thiner paper is used.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The scanner is working great. It is saving us valuable time now that we don't have to make daily trips to the bank to deposit checks received from customers.Published on June 7, 2014 by Mary Haertel
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