Longest Scanned Document-world record set by Trūper
29]ORLANDO,FL,USA--Scanner company BÖWE BELL + HOWELL set
the world record for the longest document scanned with a length
of 3,875 feet.
The record was set with the Tru-per 3600 low-volume
production scanner. The scan took only 1 hour 17 minutes and
"BBH continues to push the bounds of document
scanning, in this instance by completing a scan that was nearly
three-quarters of a mile long," said Mandy Lewis, senior product
manager at BÖWE BELL + HOWELL.
"With this record, we've again proved that BBH
offers perhaps the most reliable, hardest-working scanners
available — and we think our customers, who rely on BBH scanners
day in, day out, would wholeheartedly agree."
This World record is aimed at impressing
healthcare organizations. They need to be able to easily scan
long, vital medical records, such as fetal monitoring strips
and EKG printouts.
– The Trūper
3600 is a rotary only scanner. Don’t
be fooled by its compact size. With a 10,000 page daily
duty cycle and 67 page per minute speed (62 ppm in portrait),
it leads the industry in the low volume segment.
As for image enhancement, Trūper
3600 is bundled with two different versions
of VRS to meet your scanning needs: VRS 4.1 Professional
for auto-everything scanning, including Auto Rotation, Blank
Page Deletion and Auto Color Detect.
In addition, Trūper
3600 is offered with VRS 4.1 Basic for
those instances where auto-everything is not needed.
BELL + HOWELL site.