Kodak Alaris introduces scanners to maximize digital transformation


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Kodak Alaris has expanded its S3000 series of scanners with the launch of two models, the Kodak S3120 Max and Kodak S3140 Max, according to a press release.

Both scanners are designed for document-heavy processes and facilitate fast and accurate conversion of paper-based information into business-critical data.

These models can capture up to 140 pages per minute (ppm), while built-in image processing enables independent operation and reduces PC resources.

RESTful Web API support enables document capture through the browser, with no software or driver required.

Features include:

  • A 3.5 inch color touch screen.
  • Integrated barcode reading.
  • A 500-sheet automatic document feeder.
  • Smart Touch software, capable of configuring up to 20 different scanning tasks with just one touch.
  • Advanced intelligent document protection and multi-feed sensors detect paper feed issues to ensure all documents are scanned without damage or skipped pages. IDP “listens” for problems and notifies users before jams or power issues occur.
  • Secure Boot that validates firmware before it runs and supports enterprise security protocols for scanning over networks, including TLS and HTTPS encryption enabled through Kodak Alaris RESTful WEB API.

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