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OpticBook 4800

整合簡易的操作、人性化的設計、專業的技術結合而成的Plustek OpticBook 4800不但可協助您將書籍資訊數位建檔,更可快速找尋到所需資訊。如果您是愛書人士、圖書管理員、檔案管理者或教育人員,OpticBook 4800一定會是您最貼心的小幫手。


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全球專利S.E.E(陰影去除)設計

T結合Plustek全球獨特機構S.E.E(陰影去除元件)專利,僅0.2公分寬的邊距設計能讓書本與玻璃面板緊密貼合,確保書本頁面影像的完整清晰,讓書背陰影再也不會成為您閱讀時的障礙。

可搜式 PDF

自動將文件建立「可搜式 PDF」(Searchable PDF)的新功能。並且可以將多個文件整合成單一檔案並 透過「可搜式 PDF」的功能,讓使用者建立壓縮式的可搜尋文件、讓分享及檔案檢視更有效率。

高速掃描

Plustek挾多年研發書本掃瞄器技術之優勢,讓OpticBook 4800以市場掃描器最優之姿上市,尤其掃描、後製處理的速度表現上,都超乎業界水準,以掃描10頁書本內容為例,全程不到一分半鐘即可完成。   

LED光源

LED光源提供更均勻的照明,通過使用更少的功率,並提供更好的圖像,也可以保護敏感的材料。
影像感應元件CCD
光源LED
光學解析度1200 dpi
硬體解析度1200 dpi x 2400 dpi
掃描模式彩色:48-bit 輸入、24-bit 輸出
灰階:16-bit 輸入、8-bit 輸出
黑/白:1-bit
書本頁邊距2mm
掃描速度每頁 3.6 秒 (彩色/ 灰階/ 黑白模式, 300dpi, A4)
掃描範圍 (寬 × 長)216 x 297 mm (8.5" x 11.69", A4/ Letter)
每日建議使用量 ( 頁 )2,500
操作按鈕Delete, B/W, Grayscale, Color
電源供應24 Vdc / 0.75 A
耗電量< 18 W (操作中), < 4.3 W (閒置)
介面USB 2.0
淨重3.45 Kgs (7.6 Lbs)
實體尺寸 (寬 x 深 x 高)491 x 291 x 102 mm (19.3" x 11.4" x 4")
協議TWAIN 相容
支援作業系統Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
硬體需求中央處理器Pentium® IV 2.0 GHz等級或以上
CD-ROM 光碟機
USB介面﹝建議USB 2.0﹞
512 MB RAM (建議 1GB)
800 MB 可用硬碟空間 (建議 1GB)
Plustek DocTWAIN

TWAIN指TWAIN協議,是應用軟體從計算機外設獲取靜態圖像的國際標準。 TWAIN協議為操作系統提供了軟體支持,使得符合TWAIN協議的軟件通過調用TWAIN協議接口就能從兼容TWAIN協議的外設上獲取靜態圖像,而不必考慮外設的功能差別。


Plustek Book Pavilion

PlusteK Book Pavilion 是一個易於使用的應用軟體,能快速的將印刷書籍、雜誌和簿冊資料轉換成電子格式,如:可搜式PDF、PDF、TIFF、JPG和BMP。簡易的使用者介面設計,大幅簡化掃描程序,並以最少的步驟,讓您快速獲得電子化的書籍檔案。

  • PDF介面:將掃描圖像轉換成PDF文件。
  • OCR介面:將掃描圖像轉換成可搜式的PDF文件、或Word、Excel格式,方便使用者編輯、閱讀、儲存。
  • File介面:將掃描圖像直接儲存於指定的文件夾。
  • Copy介面:將掃描圖像傳輸至印表機。
  • Email 介面:將掃描圖像作為電子郵件附件,傳送給指定者。

透過掃描設定,可一次進行多種掃描模式、解析度、去網紋效果、亮度和對比度調整等,讓使用者輕鬆使用、並快速獲得高品質掃描圖像。
ABBYY FineReader 12.0 Sprint

簡易的使用介面,能辨識語言多達183種,並具以下特點:

  • 能將掃入的圖文檔轉成Microsoft Word、Excel、可搜式PDF或是其他格式。
  • 高辨識率及183種語言可設定。
  • 單鍵設計,簡單操作。
  • 自動辨識多種語言。

Education - Library

The UNIVERISTY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

ON SALINA CAMPUS GOES GREEN WITH HELP FROM PLUSTEK’S ST BOOKSCAN CENTER

Plustek Helps Medical Campus achieve its Goal to Go Digital

 

The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Salina opened in July 2011 as an innovative medical education program designed to address the shortage of rural doctors in the United States. The goal of the program is to attract medical students with a strong interest in practicing rural medicine and encourage them to stay and build their own practices in rural areas after earning their degrees and completing their residencies. The new campus’ curriculum is tied to the classroom offerings at the KU Medical Center’s campuses in Kansas City and Wichita. The learning process relies heavily on video-conferencing, with students in Salina participating in lectures with their peers in other cities and receiving many of their lectures via podcast.

To keep the program functioning at its highest potential, Salina campus leaders decided that the best way to streamline costs was to go green by using products such as scanners that are more cost-effective than printers and reduce paper waste.

School administrators reviewed their options and were leaning toward a large and expensive book scanner that had been used with great success on another campus. Before deciding on purchasing it, they were introduced to Plustek’s ST BookScan Center, which offered features similar to the larger scanner but was more cost-effective. Because of its size and price point, KU School of Medicine-Salina administrators opted for the ST BookScan Center. They believed the ST BookScan Center was a good match for the school’s highly computerized curriculum. School administrators believe the medical students will find it more suited to the electronic delivery of course materials than a traditional copier. 2

“We’re hosting a new generation of students who are much more comfortable and tech-savvy than ever before, so I’m sure they will think of endless ways to use the scanner in ways we haven’t even discovered,” said Lucy Kolhoff, senior coordinator, KU School of Medicine, Salina campus. “Because of the distance from the main school, our campus uses digital methods of communication, so the ST BookScan Center works well with what we’ve been trying to create, which is a highly accessible place to learn and retrieve information quickly.”

Currently, Kolhoff is using the ST BookScan Center for archiving and digitizing documents that are easily sent to the main campus. The scanner is located in an accessible spot that allows medical students to readily scan library materials to thumb drives and emails as well. Kolhoff believes that the Plustek ST BookScan Center would be ideal for businesses and educational facilities that rely heavily on paper and toner but want to go green. Kolhoff said that its user-friendly software made the ST BookScan Center simple to understand and easy to use.

An ideal alternative to the copier, the Plustek ST BookScan Center can scan books and large format documents to a USB flash drive, shared network folder, FTP site, email address or even a printer. The system is easy to use and does not require user training. Prompts on the touch screen display guide users through the scanning process and enable them to save books, bound materials and documents in a variety of formats including searchable PDF. The ST BookScan Center was created based on the concept of book preservation, digitization of content and sharing of the book electronically. It can scan up to A3 size page (12” x 17”) in just 2.4 seconds. Thanks to Plustek’s patent pending SEE technology, spine shadows and distortions are eliminated and thick books are scanned without unbinding or dismantling making it a perfect solution for digitizing precious and valuable books and documents. The optional coin-op/card-op payment system can be added for organizations that want to generate revenue from the use of the system. 


Education - Classroom

General Education and Special Education Classrooms

  • Scan and email class materials and tests to support remote and distance learning programs.
  • Scan and email class materials to tutors.
  • Create PDF, MS Word, MS Excel, Word Pro, WordPerfect files of student term papers and projects.
  • Email student work examples to parents and other teachers.
  • OCR and create editable electronic copies of paper documents.
  • Can be integrated with optical mark recognition (OMR) software or applications (upon request). 
  • Scan optical mark recognition (OMR) tests and forms.
  • Easily scan book pages or other bound material for classroom presentation or student resources.
  • Home Tutors can scan and submit students' tests and reports from the tutoring location site.
  • Scan photographic slides and film strips for classroom presentation.
  • Create MP3 files from books to support adaptive reading assistance programs.
  • Create MP3 files from books or paper documents for visually impaired students.
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