Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Regsitry Scanners

Over the years the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds has used numerous scanners with many various unique functions. Below are the scanners that are in use today with a brief description of what they do.

The Xerox 6204 Wide format scanner is used to scan our plans. It is also a plan printer.

The Minolta PS7000 is an overhead scanner that we use to scan large maps and books. It was purchase to digitize books we do not want to disassemble.

The Kodak 3520DS was installed at the registry when the ACS Computer system came in. It served as a daily scanner for about five years. When we replaced it with a newer model we used this Kodak to scan all of our back registered land documents...this machine scanned closed to 500,000 images for the Reg Land project alone. Today we use the Kodak to rescan books.

We use this small Epson GT2500 for general "tif" image scanning of administrative documents.

The 6670 Fujitsu is our daily scan. We have two of this model in service. This machine is one of three "work-horses" that get high volume use here at the registry of deeds.

The Fujitsu 5650C also scans our daily work. It is one of the three work-horses I referred to above.

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