News | October 24, 2006

Canon Introduces DR-4010C Scanner for Healthcare Environments

Canon U.S.A. Inc. has yesterday introduced the DR-4010C scanner, the latest addition to the company’s DR scanner line. The scanner can provide color scanning up to 40 pages per minute (ppm) and 80 images per minute (ipm), which makes it useful in healthcare environments. The DR-4010C boasts a number of new features such as automatic detection of color or black-and-white document scans, the ability to handle a wider range of documents, as well as black-and-white contrast enhancement for improved low contrast document imaging.
The DR-4010C includes Canon’s new Advanced Text Enhancement technology and the company’s new Auto Color Detection driver to optimize data-capture. The Advanced Text Enhancement technology allows the device to capture text information from scanned documents by removing patterned backgrounds, enhancing light colored texts and removing halftone backgrounds. This technology helps ensure all text is properly extracted and captured on all scanned documents. The Auto Color Detection driver automatically distinguishes between color and black-and-white documents and generates the appropriate color or black-and-white image accordingly.

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