Canon U.S.A. Begins Shipping Imageformula DR-X10C High-Speed Color Document Imaging Solution

Lake Success, N.Y. — Feb. 20
Canon U.S.A. Inc., a document imaging and office solutions provider, is shipping the latest addition to the company’s award-winning DR-Series Scanners, the Canon imageFORMULA DR-X10C Color Production Scanner. The DR-X10C provides high-speed color scanning up to 128 pages per minute (ppm) and 256 images per minute (ipm), as well as high-quality image scanning; reliable document handling; clear, efficient and easy scanning; and superior durability.

The imageFORMULA DR-X10C scanner is designed for high-volume, paper-intensive environments with daily duty cycles of 60,000 scans, and it maintains its 128 ppm scanning speed in color, grayscale or monochrome. With an optical resolution of 600 dpi and Canon’s Three Step Dust Prevention system — an industry first — which helps remove and protect the scanning sensors from paper dust, the DR-X10C achieves impeccable image quality. The DR-X10C captures a wide variety of documents with a maximum document size of 22×34 inches.

“The Canon imageFORMULA DR-X10C scanner will spearhead Canon’s DR-Series Scanners and represents the culmination of Canon’s history in digital document imaging and innovation,” said Jim Rosetta, vice president and general manager of the Imaging Filing Systems Division at Canon. “As the flagship model, this high-end device digitally ‘cuts through’ document workloads, quickly processing paper to pixels for heavy-duty environments.”

Canon’s DR-X10C scanner brings operator convenience to a new level to enable fast, unattended batch scanning regardless of page size with the ability to detect each document size while rollers adjust to paper thickness in a mixed batch. The scanner also features hardware and software de-skewing features to help physically and digitally ensure properly aligned scans. The scanner has the ability to rotate images by detecting character orientation and skip blank pages. The DR-X10C features three Ultrasonic Double Feed Detection sensors, the industry revolutionary Retry Feeding system and Canon’s patented Staple Detection feature.

The DR-X10C boasts Canon’s renowned image quality and advanced image processing features to boost scanning efficiencies. In addition Advanced Text Enhancement, Auto Color Detection, Moiré Reduction and other imaging technology help ensure all text is properly extracted and captured on all scanned documents.

Full of high-performance features, the DR-X10C is ideal for use in legal, financial, banking, health care, insurance, government and many other vertical markets, especially in companies looking to consolidate and centralize the scanning function across their organizations. It is well-suited for scanning high volumes of documents for important or business-critical applications, such as document indexing/archiving, enterprise content management (ECM) or integration into business processes (invoice processing, forms processing, and records management). Use of the DR-X10C will help companies realize many benefits, including large-scale business process improvements (money, time and headcount savings; guaranteed ROI; lower TCO), legal and regulatory compliance, improved efficiencies and document management and control.

To facilitate integration with customer infrastructures, the DR-X10C has been tested and is compatible with imaging solutions from the following software vendors:

  • ABBYY USA Software House Inc.
  • AnyDoc Software Inc.
  • Computhink Inc.
  • Datacap Inc.
  • Digitech Systems Inc.
  • DocuWare Corp.
  • EMC Corp.
  • Hyland Software Inc.
  • Laserfiche Corporate
  • Real Vision Software Inc.
  • Westbrook Technologies Inc.

The DR-X10C, which will be on display at AIIM On Demand, March 4-6 in the Canon booth (No. 1416), is available through authorized Canon dealers, select distributors and Canon resellers immediately at a manufacturer’s suggest retail price of $17,995. 

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