What is the maximum document size the scanner can capture?
The KIC scanner captures two separate images, one for each side of the bed.
Any document that spans the blue center line will be split across two images.
The maximum document size that can be captured on one side of the bed is 11 x 15.5 inches. This is about 1/4 inch inside the blue boundary line.
Why did part of my document get cut off?
How can I save my scan?
There are several ways that scans can be saved:
What is book mode?
Book mode is a feature which attempts to compensate for the curvature the pages on a tightly bound book. It is intended for text only, and may produce poor results if used when scanning images or images plus text.
The KIC scanners have their own email addresses (KICscanner@wit.edu) via which they send email.
Calibration sheets and manuals are in file cabinet in Library Administrative Services Coordinator's office.
There is configuration software installed on each computer which allows us to configure default settings and to enable and disable some options.
If the scanners are frozen or otherwise not working, try turning the KIC scanners off and back on using the power switch in the back. They will startup and login to KIC software automatically.
To access windows desktop:
Phone: 561-995-6939 (Service Dept. Switchboard)
Toll Free: 800-378-5432
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