The Universal Document Scanning Workstation
FALCONV COMBINES THE PERFORMANCE OF A HIGH-CAPACITY PRODUCTION SCANNER WITH OPEX’S UNIQUE PREP-REDUCING PROCESS.
THE NEXT IN THE SERIES OF UNIVERSAL DOCUMENT SCANNING WORKSTATIONS
OPEX’s innovative one-step scanning process continues with FalconV™. With two additional sort bins and enhanced multi-feed detection, FalconV increases the functionality and flexibility of its universal document scanning workstations. FalconV combines the performance of a high-capacity production scanner with OPEX’s unique prep-reducing process. From Document Conversion Services to Remittance Processing to Digital Mail Centers, FalconV is designed to attack the most difficult and daunting workflow challenges.
REDUCED LABOR, INCREASED FLEXIBILITY
Falcon allows operators to prep and scan documents faster than traditionally separate “prep then scan” processes, which significantly reduces labor costs. FalconV can process everything from single sheets to multiple stacks of documents, from thick paper to onion skin and fragile or damaged pieces. From envelopes and file folders to receipts and small forms, odd-shaped pages, business cards and from X-rays to three-dimensional objects – nearly any style or type of document can be scanned!
IMPROVED EFFICIENCY AND SUPERIOR INTEGRITY
Minimizing prep, paper handling and other manual tasks not only improves efficiency but also results in superior document integrity. Documents are handled once and converted to digital images. As documents are removed from envelopes and scanned, operators can view these digital images in real-time to ensure proper capture and identification. This reduces time-consuming and costly rescans later in the process.
EXPANDED BIN CAPACITY
FalconV features five programmable bins for refined sort capabilities. With the addition of two bins, FalconV offers the largest bin capacity in the series of Falcon scanners. The additional pass-through bin provides sorting for large or delicate items.
ENHANCED MULTI-FEED DETECT
Seven strategically placed Ultrasonic Multi-Feed Detectors (MFDs) recognize double feeds anywhere on a page. Fully configurable, these 7 MFDs nearly eliminate any chance of documents or pages being passed through the scanner unnoticed and uncaptured. This capability vastly improves the overall scanning process by reducing the number of rescans and arduous searches for documents that may have been omitted from the batch simply because they were stuck to another page.
VERSATILE DOCUMENT FEEDER
OPEX’s specialized feeder provides a dynamic process that is proven to reduce prep and increase scanning accuracy. From single sheets to high-capacity automatic stack feeding, FalconV makes the need for additional high-volume production scanners redundant. The Rescan Feeder is designed for fast and efficient rescans without disrupting the overall scanning process.
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