With scanning speeds of 75 ppm (200/300 dpi), the fi-7700S greatly improves process efficiency. Large volumes of information can be captured from various media, including thin paper, plastic cards, envelopes and long page documents.
The fi-7700S automatically adjusts to paper weights from 20-413 g/m2. The straight paper path reduces the load on a document and assures reliable scanning regardless of the condition and type of a document. By simply sliding a lever to non-separation mode, you can easily scan thick and long documents folded in half, multi-layered document sets and envelopes.
Skew Reducer automatically handles sheets of paper in a stack individually, so that if one sheet is fed-in skewed, subsequent sheets are not forced into physical skew. This ensures that all information in the documents is captured correctly, even in batches with mixed document formats. The Paper Protection function monitors document movement and automatically stops feeding when any irregularities are detected.
The fi-7700S's ADF unit slides to either side or rotates by 180 degrees. The LCD on the operation panel reveals the scanner status at a glance and enables instant operation.
The Automatic Document Feeder's (ADF) independent side guides move to exactly the position required for each batch. The adjustable stacker side guides support neat alignment of processed documents. The fi-7700S flatbed consecutively scans thick, fragile or bound documents even with the document cover open.
The fi-7700S comes bundled with PaperStream IP, an integrated scanner driver and image enhancement module that is built on TWAIN/ISIS standards offering user friendly operability, intuitive high quality image creation and real time processing that will benefit post scan routines like OCR. PaperStream Capture enhances the document capture process from adjusting scanning settings to performing batch scanning, verifying data and releasing to repositories or subsequent process routines. Users can complete data capture tasks easily with the extremely user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI). Moving scanned batches into a queue for later retrieval is possible as well.