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OM 1

Aperture card scanner

  • Affordable and convenient solution to convert your microfilm aperture cards straight to digital images at full resolution
  • Auto white-balance (AWB) produces the best possible images from each card
  • Hi-speed USB plug-and-play connectivity
  • Virtual-rescan – automatically reprocesses the scanned image with alternative imaging parameters; no need to physically rescan the aperture card
  • Flexible scanning solution: OM 1 scans any ISO aperture card, with no extras or modifications to purchase
  • Affordable and convenient solution to convert your microfilm aperture cards straight to digital images at full resolution
  • Auto white-balance (AWB) produces the best possible images from each card
  • Hi-speed USB plug-and-play connectivity
  • Virtual-rescan – automatically reprocesses the scanned image with alternative imaging parameters; no need to physically rescan the aperture card
  • Flexible scanning solution: OM 1 scans any ISO aperture card, with no extras or modifications to purchase

Specification

Resolution 100-400 dpi
Speed
(200dpi, A2/ C-Size)*
370 cards per hour
Speed
(400dpi, A2/ C-Size)*
300 cards per hour
Hopper-feed
150 card, automated batch feed
Dual-save output
Greyscale and bitonal
Hollerith entry
Automatic (IBM, MIL STD 804B)
Check print capability Yes
Reduction ratio
(fixed focus)
7.5 to 40x (variable)
Scaling accuracy ± 0.5%
Film type Silver and diazo
Drawing sizes User defined within limits of tape window
Bitonal output file format TIFF (G3 od. G4), CALS, PNG, PDF
Greyscale output file format JPEG, BMP, RAW TIFF, PNG, PDF
Size (WxDxH) 170 x 460 x 210 mm
Weight 5.8 kg
Power requirements 110/230V, 270/210mA
PC connection
USB 2.0 Hi-speed 480MHz only
Operating system Windows 10 Prop (64 bit – only with Intel Processor), further alternatives on request
Controller PC specification Please see WWL website for current requirements www.wwl.co.uk
* Maximum scanning speed dependent on PC configuration

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