The Kodak ALARIS E1035 A4 Sheetfed Scanner is perfect for offices that often require large documents scanned directly to PDF or into another format. Load up to 80 two-sided pages and then go back to your desk and get on with things as you let it do its work. Unlike some other models, there is no warm-up time to wait out, as the Alaris E1035 is always ready to go after being switched on. The scanner can handle all types of paper thickness, including embossed card, and with a minimum paper size of around two inches, it is suitable for ID card scanning.
Sleek, minimalist look
As scanners go, the Kodak Alaris E1035 is an attractive, compact option for any workspace. Measuring 312 mm by 204 mm with a height of 182.5 mm, it will fit anywhere. The stripped-back control panel features only Start, Cancel, two arrow keys and the On/Off button, plus an LED light for a modern look. All other options are accessible through Alaris Smart Touch software. With nine scanning profiles, which include the option to scan directly to the cloud, to email and to PDF, users can also create individual workflow profiles.
Easy to use
The fact that the E1035 is a scanner only makes it incredibly easy for anyone to use, eliminating the need to navigate between multiple functionalities on a confusing control panel. Having a dedicated document scanner in the office can help to prevent printing queues and frustrated employees. Connectivity is via USB 2.0 and with a daily scan volume of up to 4,000 pages per day, this is a model you can count on.
80-page automatic document feeder
Users can load up to 80 pages of double-sided documents - this is relatively high for a scanner, with around 50 pages being average. The minimum paper size is 2.08 by 2.05 inches and the maximum is 8.5 wide by 118 inches long. Scanning times are competitive with up to 35 pages per minute for both colour scanning and monochrome scanning. Benefit from up to 600 dpi Optical Scan Resolution and Multifeed Sensor Technology that detects if two or more documents are fed into the scanner at the same time and triggers Intelligent Document Protection to pause the job.