The Bookeye 4 V2 Grayscale Scanner is a cost effective entry level book scanner.
Without being loaded with a lot of costly, unnecessary “features”, the Bookeye 4 V2 Grayscale Scanner is still a full-fledged book scanner or book copier, ready for use anywhere where grayscale is enough.
Equipped with a standard scanning application, the Bookeye 4 V2 Grayscale Scanner scans documents, such as magazines, files, folders, bound documents, contracts, and accounting ledgers at a resolution of 400 dpi at high speeds.
The clearly structured menus on the touchscreen guide the user intuitively through the operation of the scanner. Scanned images can be stored directly on the device to a USB flash drive or sent via email. Uploads to an FTP server, printing to any network or connected printer and saving the images to network drives are also standard Bookeye 4 V2 functions.
• Grayscale overhead scanner for formats up to A2+
• 400 x 400 dpi scanner resolution
• V-shaped book cradle 120 – 180 degrees
• Book Fold Correction – Scan bound documents without annoying shadows
• Automatic finger and thumb removal
• Automatic Crop & Deskew
• Photometrically correct grayscale balance
• Integrated ICC profile
• Automatic white balance and black value
• Scan2USB – Walk-up Scanning to USB Stick
• Scan2Print – Output to any connected printer or hot folder
• Scan2Network – Output to any network driver
• Scan2Pad – Wireless scanner operation and storage for tablet
• Output formats: PDF, PDF/A, JPEG, TIFF, PNM, Multipage PDF
• LED lamps, no warm up, IR/UV free
• Large color WVGA touchscreen for simplified operation
• User interface configurable in your language
• Large 19″ preview screen
• Virus resistant Linux operating system
• OS independent, runs with Windows 7, 8, 10, Linux, Mac
• Network scanning via any web browser: i.e. IE, Safari, Chrome, Firefox
• Scan2Net technology
• Easy installation
• Remote maintenance and analysis
• Web based firmware updates
• Scanning newspapers, periodicals, catalogs and magazines
• Digitizing files from file folders
• Digitizing bound and stapled documents like contracts, accounts and documentation
• Preserving books and sensitive historical documents