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PFU (EMEA) launches new RICOH Image Scanners range

PFU (EMEA) Limited has announced the launch of three new RICOH Image Scanners for high-volume scan environments.

Optimised for heavy-duty environments, the RICOH fi-8950, fi-8930, and fi-8820 Image Scanners are designed to handle continuous scanning of large volumes of documents, featuring durable construction, 500 sheet (fi-8820) or 750 sheet (fi-8950 and fi-8930) Automatic Document Feeders, and scanning speeds of up to 150PPM subject to model.

Consistent performance is ensured by high-speed USB 3.2 or Gigabit LAN connectivity, and their wide 105° opening angle and internal LED lights. Stoppages are avoided and time is saved thanks to paper protection features such as Stapled Documents Detection and Automatic Skew Correction. The Intelligent Multi-Feed Function also understands when to stop for stickers, Post-its, or labels, and when not to.

Hiroaki Kashiwagi, President, and CEO of PFU (EMEA) Limited said, “with this new range we wanted to change the rules for high-volume scanning. As the world’s most trusted scanning solutions, we know it’s critical to offer intuitive technology and ease of use, combined with performance, resilience, and cost-effectiveness to optimise heavy-duty scanning operations. These new models deliver on all fronts.”

Many different types of documents can be handled without fuss or interruption because of the two feed paths in each model; the classic U-turn ADF, and the straight-through path which accepts documents up to 1.25mm thick. And mixed batches are no problem thanks to the Automatic Profile Selection feature.

Tiered service plans, fixed-cost consumables, and replacement parts offer predictable running costs, and back and front-side post-imprinting options are also available.

The solution package is completed by PaperStream software, but these scanners can be flexibly deployed with any other capture application. They’ve also been optimised for use with PaperStream Capture Pro software when being deployed into multi-station environments.

Company Details

PFU (EMEA) Limited, a Fujitsu Company

Belmont Rd

020 8573 4444


22nd Floor
the Broadgate Tower
20 Primrose Street

0207 655 0100

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