Fujitsu fi-6800 Color Duplex High-Volume Production Scanner, 130ppm, 600dpi Optical, 500pg ADF, Energy Star

  • Fujitsu
  • 17054620
  • PA03575-B065
  • In Stock
  • Ships Monday
Ordering Information
$18,289.09
  • Scan documents up to 12 in x 17 in
  • 600dpi x 600dpi maximum resolution
  • Ultra SCSI, SCSI Centronics 68-pin (Wide), USB 2.0 connector
With improving the entire scanning process as its main objective, the Fujitsu fi-6800 Production Scanner builds upon the qualities that have made Fujitsu the industry-leading vendor in Mid-Volume Production market. The fi-6800 incorporates many additional features and functions that will improve your document scanning efficiency. From pure scanning speed, to ease of use for user operation or a full suite of software productivity tools, the fi-6800 is the ideal solution for a wide range of Production Scanning applications.

The Fujitsu fi-6800 Production Scanner can help digitize large volumes of documents with ease. With blazing fast 130 pages per minute and true double-sided scanning speeds of 260 images per minute, in color, grayscale or black & white and up to 300 dots per inch (dpi), rest-assured the fi-6800's pure scanning speed certainly will not be the bottleneck in your scanning operation. Good things come in small packages and the fi-6800 delivers production level scanning speeds, yet without the sacrifice of a large exterior design. Measuring only 12.2" high x 18.1" wide x 17.8" deep and weighing 71 pounds with quiet operation, it is practical to place the fi-6800 in front-office environments and desktops where traditionally a Production Scanners' bulkiness and loud operation was unrealistic. Additionally, with built-in Kofax hardware-assisted VirtualReScan (VRS) Professional technology, with both a USB 2.0 and 68-pin SCSI interface, you can benefit from decreased document preparation by utilizing some of the commonly used advanced VRS Professional features such as Automatic Page Orientation and Blank Page Deletion. Simply allow the scanners intelligence to perform automatic functions that were traditionally done with manual labor.