Building on the unprecedented success of the original UScan Universal Film scanner and incorporating more than 40 years of production-level manufacturing, Crowley now offers a full UScan+ UF-Series. Engineered to continuously advance with the latest technology, the UScan+ UF-Series offers today’s most affordable scanners for public access and low-volume back-office use. Driven by ease-of-use and maximum image clarity, the UScan+ UF-Series simply and efficiently digitizes all microfilm and photographic material formats on a single unit. Clients worldwide have replacing archaic and outdated microfilm reader-printers with the digitally capable UScan+ UF-Series.
- Designed for Public Use Walk-up scanner with sturdy construction, customizable interface, Kensington lock security, whisper-quiet operation, optional pay-per-use interface and low maintenance requirements. Ideally suited to library, office and museum applications.
- On-demand Multi-format Scanning Digitizes roll microfilm, microfiche/microcards, aperture cards, and photographic slides/negatives with icon-driven touchscreen interface
- Scan, Print or Save in color, grayscale or bitonal
- High–Resolution USB3 Image Sensor in 18MP or 10MP Higher image sensors provide full-motion response, eliminating on-screen distortions
- Learn-As-You-Go Auto Focus Increase efficiency as the UScan+ learns favorite focus and zoom positions to speed up image access, review and output
- User-defined Quick Start Customize start-up settings specific to the type of in-house media or end-user for improved efficiency
- One-click Instant Capture Automatically detect and save frames on the film
- Flexible Output Options Save files to hard drive or personal USB/flash drive; print to hard copy; output to cloud, email and more
- InterLibrary Loan (ILL) Compatible Fully-compatible with ILL document delivery service
- Searchable Text (OCR) and Foot-pedal Optional features add value to efficient research methods
- RapidScan Option Fully-automatic motorized film advance and frame detection for batch scanning (see reverse side for models)