ImageTrac 6300 Class Scanners

General Info

The expandable ImageTrac 6300 Class scanners are designed for applications with basic in-line processing needs and are available with either one or two out-sort pockets.

The ImageTrac 6300 Class scanner is ideal for users who want more speed and flexibility than ibml's ImageTrac-Lite solution provides, as well as in-line intelligence. Like the ImageTrac-Lite, the 6300 Class scanner delivers an unlimited duty cycle, robust design and superior document handling. But ImageTrac 6300 Class users also receive upgrade options, added flexibility and enhanced in-line, rules-based processing. The ImageTrac 6300 Class scanner stands apart in environments requiring reliable, intelligent batch processing.


  • Reduced document preparation
  • Fewer jams/fast jam recovery
  • Scan documents in multiple size and thickness in a single pass
  • Increased operator productivity
  • Reduced operations expense
  • Less downtime/easy maintenance
  • Fewer exceptions and rescans
  • Potential to finish work earlier in the day
  • Expandable to the 6400 Class scanner

Contact one of our product specialists for more information and pricing.

ImageTrac 6300 Specifications

Scanner Features

Feeder with Mechanical Doubles Detection Standard
Mechanical Deskew with Skew Detection Standard
DynamicTIFF Standard
DocNetics 1D Barcode Standard
UltraSonic Doubles Detection Standard
Barcode and/or Patchcode Reader Option
Inkjet Printer, Single head, pre or post-image Option
E13B MICR, Top side or Bottom side Option
Base Pockets 1
Expandable to 6400 Class

Camera & Output Options

JPEG - Color (24 bit ) Standard
JPEG - Grayscale (8-bit) Standard
JPEG 2000 Option
TIFF - Black & White (1-bit) Standard
Optical DPI 200 / 300
Interpolated DPI 100 - 600

* Actual results will vary based on specific job requirements of the application.

Section 508

Section 508 requires Federal agencies to make their electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities.

Inaccessible technology limits access to information and creates barriers to new opportunities for people with disabilities. The law applies to all Federal agencies when they develop, procure, maintain or use electronic and information technology.

ibml is committed to being the vendor of choice for customers seeking accessible solutions for their high speed scanning needs. ibml's design and manufacturing process allows for rapid review and implementation of design opportunities to address universal access.

In order to provide the needed information to government agencies, ibml assessed its products to the 508 provisions. The resulting data was compiled and recorded in the VPAT (Voluntary Product Assessment Template).

This information is available to Federal agencies by contacting Mr. Chris Keller at 205.439.7100