Kodak Alaris has expanded its award-winning S3000 Scanner Series with the launch of two new models, the Kodak S3120 Max and Kodak S3140 Max. Both scanners are designed to help organisations make the most of their information – faster.
The S3000 Max Series combine high-volume capacity with the simplicity and compact size of a desktop unit. Both scanners are ideal for document-heavy processes and make it easy to quickly and accurately convert paper-based information into business-critical data.
The S3000 Max Series delivers exceptional image quality, superior paper protection, versatile media handling capabilities, and faster capture speeds, plus three months of onsite, next-day service and support and extended service options to ensure maximum productivity.
These new models build on the award-winning S3000 Series Scanners that have brought so much success to the healthcare, logistics, banking, education, and government markets. They can capture up to 140 pages per minute (ppm), while on-board image processing enables independent operation and reduces PC resources. RESTful Web API support delivers efficient document capture via the browser, with no software or drivers required. This makes it easy to integrate them into line-of-business applications, web-based scanning applications, and mobile devices.
The new Kodak S3120 Max and Kodak S3140 Max Scanners are easy to set-up and use; knowledge workers can configure the scanners themselves without IT support, and the intuitive interface and 3.5” colour touchscreen deliver simple operation. Operators can personalise workflows with Smart Touch software, capable of configuring up to twenty different scan jobs to suit specific scanning needs – all with one-touch simplicity.
Users can quickly digitise data trapped on paper and get it into enterprise applications such as ERP or CRM systems with a high degree of accuracy, and easily scan documents into on-site or off-site applications and file repositories, including cloud services.
Improved paper handling drives higher efficiencies
Versatile media handling capability means the S3000 Max Series can handle a wide array of paper sizes, shapes and weights, including mixed batches. The scanners feature a large 500-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF), enabling operators to scan multiple batches at once, while controlled output stacking speeds up post-scan processing.
Advanced Intelligent Document Protection (IDP) and multi-feed detectors catch paper feeding problems to ensure all documents are scanned without damage or skipped pages. IDP ‘listens’ for problems and notifies users before jams or misfeeds occur, helping to safeguard valuable data and further improve efficiency.
Exceptional image quality and accuracy
The new MAX Series Scanners also have built-in barcode reading for fast and accurate read results every time, and Perfect Page technology, which delivers superior image quality while scanning at rated speeds. Perfect Page enables the best possible performance when using machine data extraction (OCR/ICR/Forms Recognition) and delivers RPA-optimised files. Users can even add a custom string of text on documents via the built-in digital stamping feature or optional imprinter accessory.
The S3000 Max Series offers enterprise-class security features like Secure Boot, which validates firmware before it executes, and supports enterprise security protocols for scanning over networks, including TLS Encryption and HTTPS, which is easy to enable via the Kodak Alaris RESTful Web API.
“The global pandemic has proven that digital transformation is a powerful enabler of long-term success and resilience,” said Joe Odore, Product Marketing Manager at Kodak Alaris. “As organisations worldwide continue to advance their DX strategies, they demand powerful, productivity-boosting and secure capture technologies to support their continuous innovation. We’ve designed the S3000 Max Series Scanners to address the capture challenges our customers are facing now, and to enable them to digitise workflows and process digital data in an automated and intelligent way.”