DatacomIT are proud to utilise the range of aperture cards scanners from Wicks and Wilson within its digitisation bureau whilst also offering for sale the Mekel Mach1 ACS to customers who wish to digitsise their own collection.
The MACH1 ACS is Mekel Technology’s latest aperture card scanner, quickly and easily converting microfilm aperture cards to digital image data.
Designed for users with smaller aperture card archives who still require high quality digital images, the compact MACH1 ACS offers advanced imaging tools, fast scan speeds and Windows 7 compatibility (32 or 64 bit) The Hollerith read and auto-feed hopper allows for unattended batch scanning.
- Up to 300 cards/hour
- Sophisticated image enhancement tools ensure better first-scan results
- Database storage of all Hollerith files for further processing
- Dual-save, allowing for both bitonal and grayscale images to be saved from a single card scan
- Save to: TIFF (bitonal); CALS (bitonal); PNG; PDF; JPEG (grayscale); BMP (grayscale); RAW TIFF (grayscale)
The C-Series Range
DatacomIT utilise The C-Series range of compact scanners for digitising small batches of 35mm microfilm aperture cards for its clients. Once scanned, the images can be provided back as fully indexed PDF images that are accessed instantly from your PC or printed and emailed as required.
DatacomIT own and operate the CS750 aperture card scanner for the conversion of large quantities of 35mm microfilm aperture cards for its clients. The CS750 is capable of scanning 750 cards per hour at 600 dpi.
This device is well suited to large conversion projects as it incorporates a large input hopper, and multiple output hoppers and automatic production tools to maximise productivity.
Contact DatacomIT for a no obligation quote.