Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.1 / N/A
The Canon CR-180 USB device is a compact and robust check capture system device suitable for imaging applications such as the processing of remittances and items. The cutting edge technology of check processing used by this device is developed as a vital component of future electronic check presentment. It provides users with an effortless way of lessening costs and enhancing customer service associated with handling checks. It is likewise capable of lessening the risk of loss or damage users may experience when physically transferring checks. The Canon CR-180 USB device is designed for high volume settings and features 180 2 sided checks per minute of duplex scanning rates. This device is known to be one of the quickest systems among its contemporaries and is capable of concurrently reading MICR (magnetic ink character recognition) data, and imprinting endorsement information. It is likewise capable of handling checks in various sizes, up to a maximum of 200 at a given time, which translates to a daily volume of 20,000 checks.
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This check capture system device incorporates the image processing technology by Canon that is well known for its flawless image capture capability with accurate details. The image capture process undertaken by the Canon CR-180 USB device starts with the Contact Image Sensors (also by Canon) that can output high quality grayscale or black and white images. This device can also implement a powerful Advanced Text Enhancement mode in black and white that is capable of adding clarity to text sections, assuring higher readability rates on checks that have colored backgrounds or illustrations. This mode offers users 4 different levels of resolution from 100 dots per inch to 240 dots per inch enabling users to add flexibility for maximizing output on various applications. The Canon CR-180 USB device can be connected to computer system via the USB 2 interface or the SCSI III interface. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Canon CR-180 USB errors before installing any driver updates.