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There is super power packed in this small scanner. Capable of scanning a variety of documents, including long, small, thick and thin sheets, the Xerox DocuMate 5445 will greatly boost the efficiency of your office. Conveniently small enough to fit on the reception desk of a medical office or bank, the scanner is designed to quickly scan customer or patient ID cards and other documents, enabling real-time information sharing to provide fast, accurate customer service. The scanners have a convenient interface that allows the user to simply insert their document and press one button on the front panel to initiate scanning and automatically email, print, convert or share their document. Visioneer OneTouch provides scanning presets at the optimal resolution, color depth, file format and paper size for common scanning tasks, which can also be easily changed at any time. The Xerox DocuMate 5445 can quickly convert a large number of documents into electronic data, so it provides smooth usage even in offices with many users. Scanning documents into data makes it possible to consolidate information, which improves productivity. And it lowers the cost of handling documents and reduces the space needed to store them.
Another unique feature of the Xerox DocuMate 5445 are the paper feed rollers. The rollers rotate independently left and right to reduce document skewing during scanning. In addition, the active double-feed prevention roller reverses rotation the instant that the leading document leaves the paper feed section to prevent the double-feeding of documents that are simply stuck together. However, there are documents for which scanning should not be stopped even when doublefeeding is detected. Those include envelopes and documents with sticky notes attached. When the Xerox DocuMate 5445 pauses at one of these documents, scanning is easily resumed with the touch of a button.
Hardware image processing ensures that the scanners maintain their high scanning speeds even with multiple image processing functions selected. Scanning functions are handled by the onboard chip rather than the connected PC. Users can take advantage of advanced image processing functions, including dynamic thresholding, automatic cropping, automatic straightening, and blank page removal, without sacrificing scanning speed, and nearly doubling the efficiency of their scanning workflows.