The WideTEK 12-650 is available for applications where A3+ is large enough but fast scanning speed and high optical resolution is required. The scanner needs less than three seconds to scan the largest format of 12.5 x 18.5 inches in normal mode at 300dpi and only 12 seconds in 3D mode at 600dpi, twice as fast as the closest competition. It comes with a built-in 64bit Linux PC running on an Intel i3 quad core processor and 8GB of memory.
WideTEK® 25-650, the world´s fastest large format color flatbed, covers applications in every market, whether it is in the medical, government, industrial or graphics arts sector. It scans the full bed (DINA2+, 18.5×25″.) at 300dpi color in less than three seconds, which is two times faster than the closest competition.
The WideTEK® 12 SPECTRUM scanner captures images faster and more accurately than most much higher-priced lab instruments. This backlight flatbed scanner captures objects under ultraviolet (UV) at 365nm, visible light (VIS) as well as the infrared (IR) contrast of objects under IR light at 850nm in formats up to DIN A3+ (12 x 18 inch). Another unique feature is the capability to capture 3D surfaces for industrial quality control and surface inspection applications. From Braille print on medication boxes to SMD parts on electronic boards, the superior image quality of a WideTEK® 12 SPECTRUM captures every detail.
WideTEK® 24F is the newest addition to the Image Access family of large format flatbed scanners. Incorporating the latest camera technology and illumination techniques, it is not only extremely fast but also scans highly accurately at resolutions up to 1200 dpi but is still an affordable solution. By far the fastest CIS flatbed scanner on the market, WideTEK 24F completes a full 600dpi color scan of the entire area in less than 4 seconds. During those few seconds, the image is compressed and sent over the network, all while the competitor´s product is still working on its 200dpi scan. The 1200dpi resolution provides details of the scanned document not even visible to the human eye.