IQSMART SCANNERS
iQsmart scanners are the most advanced, A3, flatbed, high-end machines available.
With innovative technologies, such as inverted CCD and exclusive XY-Stitch, you get
pin sharp scans, consistency, reliability and productivity. With such superior
quality combined with high performance and ease of use, these efficient and versatile
scanners have no peer. With a range of three machines to choose from, iQsmart 1,
iQsmart 2 or iQsmart 3, there is a scanner to suit all applications and budgets.

If you are considering an iQsmart scanner you might also want to take a look at the
iQsmart Oil Mounting Station and other iQsmart Options.

For all new and used iQsmart and EverSmart machines, we provide a comprehensive
range of Extended Warranty, Service Contracts and Service & Repair options.

If you have a scanning job to produce please call for a quotation and refer to
Scanning Services.
USEFUL IQSMART PDF DOWNLOADS:
IQSMART 1 BROCHURE.pdf - Kodak iQsmart 1 Brochure.
IQSMART 2 BROCHURE.pdf - Kodak iQsmart 2 Brochure.
IQSMART 3 BROCHURE.pdf - Kodak iQsmart 3 Brochure.
IQS GUIDELINES.pdf - Key information you should consider when using an iQsmart scanner.
IQS CONFIGURATOR.pdf - Details recommended Mac/Mac OS software/oXYgen Software combinations.
IQS SPECIFICATIONS.pdf - Instant specification comparison between iQsmart 1, iQsmart 2 and iQsmart 3.

XY-STITCH
iQsmart scanners use an exclusive scanning
technology called XY-Stitch. This facility
delivers consistent sharpness and resolution
across the entire scanning bed. This uniformity
and precision means that any size original can
be scanned at the highest resolution available
when placed anywhere on the scanning bed.
Other CCD scanners use zooming and multiple
lens technology that provide a ‘sweet spot’ for
higher resolutions (often a narrow strip down
the middle of the bed) and are limited to much
lower resolutions for larger originals.

INVERTED CCD
The iQsmart innovative inverted CCD (Charge
Coupled Device) is a unique design feature that
virtually eliminates fine dust particles that settle
on the surface of the CCD head, a major source
of image degradation. This type of dust
contamination has plagued CCD scanners due
to the amount of retouching needed to remove
dust ‘noise’ from the scanned image.
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