Forget everything you know about desktop scanning
The ibml ImageTracDS 1155 resets the expectations for desktop scanning.
Drawing on ibml’s long history in leadership in document scanning, the ImageTracDS 1155 delivers performance, reliability, and value unmatched by any other mid-high volume desktop scanner.
The combination of the ImageTracDS 1155’s functionality and surprisingly affordable pricing uniquely positions the solution for mid-high volume operations with document sorting requirements, operations requiring an affordable but feature-rich back-up scanner, and centralized operations that need a high-speed scanner to capture and consolidate images from remote locations.
High Speed Sorting Desktop Scanner
The ImageTracDS 1155 scans up to 155 pages per minute (ppm) at 200 dots per inch (dpi) or 300 dpi. Advanced camera technology ensures the highest-quality images, with 24-bit color image capture and output resolutions ranging from 50 to 600 dpi in JPEG or TIFF file formats.
The ImageTracDS 1155 also comes equipped with two sort trays to eliminate manual handling of separator sheets, checks, or sensitive documents that must be returned to a customer or require post-scan handling. The ImageTracDS 1155 can sort documents up to 150 ppm.
The ImageTracDS 1155 comes with five multi-feed detection sensors to eliminate downstream errors. When a double-feed is detected, the ImageTracDS 1155 automatically stops for recovery. Our unique multi-feed technology ensure that all pages are scanned and eliminates the need for operators to do a post-scan review to account for all images.
The ImageTracDS 1155 also includes best-in-class left-justified document feeding technology that allows for variations in document thickness as well as damaged or sensitive documents. These unique features enable operations to prepare documents for scanning in a matter of seconds using a jogger - eliminating exceptions and increasing staff ImageTracDS 1155 productivity.
|Dual Output Trays||# 1 - 550 sheets
# 2 - 100 sheets
|Feeder Tray (ADF)||550 sheets - left justified feeder|
|Multi-Feed Detection||Ultrasonic - 5 sensors|
|Document Imprinter - Single Head, Post Image||Front, 38 characters max. Optional - Rear IJP, 38 Characters max.|
|Paper Thickness||41 - 209 g/m2 (11 - 56lbs)|
|Duty Cycle||200,000 pages per day|
Image Capture & Output
|Simple and Duplex Capture||24 bit color|
|File Format Output||JPEG, TIFF|
|Color Dropout||Single color - red, green or blue
All colors - (only black remains)
Custom - user defined
|Throughput - PPM*||
PC and Operating System Requirements
|CPU||Intel processor, 3.4GHz, Core i7 2600 or above|
|Memory||4GB 1333MHz or faster|
|Unused Hard Disk Space||10 GB or more|
|Interface||USB 3.0 Port on PCIe, Gen 2 Slot or equalivant embedded on motherboard
- Directly connect the device to the PC. Connection through a USB HUB is not supported.
- Use the USB Cable (For 3.0) inside the package sent with the device. Use of other Cables may not guarantee maximum performance.
|Supported Operating System||Windows 7 Professional, 64 bit, Windows 8.1 Professional, 64 bit|
|Dimensions||28 inches L x 19 inches W x 16 inches H|
|Power Requirements||100 – 240 VAC, 4.0 A, 50/60 Hz|
|Environmental Factors||RoHS2 Directive 2011/65/EU-EN50581, Energy Star|
|Operating Temperatures||50 to 95 degrees (F), 10 to 35 degrees (C)|
|Operating Humidity||35% to 70% non-condensing (percent relative humidity)|
|Shipping/Storage Temperatures||-14 to 109 degrees (F), -10 to 43 degrees (C)|
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