For many years, the OS 14000 book scanner was was regarded as the ultimate capture device for digitisation projects that require the highest standards of quality and productivity.
New technological developments and Zeutschel’s consistent work on technical innovations lead to the next generation of Zeutschel scanners, which surpasses anything previously seen in image quality and process efficiency: THE OS Q.
The OS Q provides an image quality that meets the highest requirements of digitisation standards ISO 19264, Metamorfoze and FADGI.
The unique image quality of the OS Q is based on thorough research and development, together with the very best technical integration
The scan system has a state-of-the-art Giga Pixel camera with a large CMOS sensor. The camera is characterised by a high dynamic range and the reproduction of the finest gradations. The result is crisp, low-noise and high-contrast images that faithfully reproduce even the finest details.
Another quality component is the lighting system with the latest LED technology, which ensures uniform brightness throughout the scan area. In conjunction with a special light guide, the OS Q enables shadow-free reproduction of even difficult documents. This prevents reflections on glossy surfaces or shadows in the book fold.
The camera sensor and lighting are optimally matched to each other for outstanding colour reproduction (CRI> 97).
The new benchmark for productive book scanning.
Previously, the OS 14000 book scanner was the benchmark for high scanning productivity, as confirmed by renowned national libraries and national archives worldwide.
Now the OS Q sets a new benchmark. The new Zeutschel book scanner achieves almost twice the scan speed of the OS 14000.
The productivity of a scanning system depends not only on the pure recording speed but also on other factors such as template processing and data transfer.
The book scanner OS Q scores here with true parallel scanning – in both directions. The camera link interface provides the fastest data transfer from the camera to the PC.
The recording systems known from the OS 14000 can also be used with the new Zeutschel book scanner. They support the efficiency of the scanning process with features such as self-opening glass plates, sliding, self-levelling bookplates and an automatic scanning system.
Grows with the tasks and requirements.
The book scanner OS Q is designed as a modular and flexible scanning system. As the requirements and tasks grow, the system can be expanded and updated at any time.
This concerns, for example, the task of digitising smaller formats in high resolution. Optionally, optical zoom is available. Especially for the admission of small-sized templates, there is a further accessory a macro lens.
Furthermore, the set-up of the OS Q can be adapted to the respective task. For example, the shutter speed and aperture are variably adjustable.
And all known interchangeable OMNIA capture systems can also be used with the OS Q.
User-friendly and health-friendly operation.
The Zeutschel OS Q book scanner offers numerous functions for easy, ergonomic and fatigue-free working.
During the scanning process, the line illumination guides the light focused over the original. This not only protects the documents but also allows glare-free operation. This complies with important health regulations and working guidelines.
The recording systems offer large legroom, are height adjustable and are characterised by safe and easy operation.
The OS Q is controlled by the OmniScan software in the current version 12 – now also with 48-bit data output.