VIDAR Demonstrates New Wide-Format Color Scanner for Oversized Documents
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL June 19, 2001 (Chicago, Illinois, USA) – VIDAR Systems Corporation, a leading provider of wide format document scanning solutions, showcases the addition to their TruScan product family at A/E/C Systems 2001 in Chicago, Illinois (Booth #2412) —the TruScan Latitude. Extending the VIDAR tradition of quality, reliability, speed, and accuracy, the new scanner—the Latitude—solves all issues in regards to document width limitations. Now even documents as wide as 54 inches (1372mm) glide through your scanner and your copies are produced in no time.
Like VIDAR’s other TruScan scanners, the Latitude is full-featured, affordably priced and has a two-year warranty. Furthermore, with it’s extra wide and ?” (12mm) thick document handling capabilities, it will quickly prove itself to be the most versatile piece of equipment in your scanning and reprographic operations. Designed for use in Scan-to-File or Scan-to-Copy environments, the 54” TruScan Latitude scanner is your perfect solution. The Latitude will ideally be used in the reprographics, CAD, tradeshow, and facilities management marketplace. Whether you are scanning paper, Mylar, maps, color-coded or red-lined engineering drawings, photographs, posters or large commercial graphics, the Latitude captures all the brilliant color and detail of the original. It maximizes color precision by capturing 36 bits of data, removing the background noise and sending the best 24 bits to your computer. In addition, it
incorporates VIDAR’s exclusive 4-wheel drive active roller system to keep flexible drawings safe and straight during the scanning process.
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