RDC Summit 2014
LAS VEGAS –(BUSINESS WIRE)– Digital Check, a leading manufacturer of scanners for the banking industry, introduced the SB650M check and document scanner at the RDC Summit in Las Vegas. Combining the strengths of a dedicated check scanner and a traditional document scanner, the new device features a MICR read head for the magnetic ink on checks and money orders, as well as a full page-width opening for accepting other documents up to standard legal size.
Built around the same design as Digital Check’s popular SB Series of portable scanners, the SB650M is designed for businesses that accept checks and money orders along with other accompanying documentation. The scanner can accept ID cards, invoices and receipts, and other documents up to a full page in size at up to 600 dpi in full page mode, with checks captured at 200 dpi.
“The concept of the SB650M arose from customer needs, where companies would need a MICR-enabled scanner to use their banks’ remote deposit programs, but also had other documents as part of their business process that a dedicated check scanner could not accept,” said Rick Ooten, Digital Check’s director of product management. “We also have a lot of overseas markets, such as Brazil, where machine-readable invoices and other auxiliary documents play a significant role in the banking system. The SB650M provides a way to capture the major benefits of both types of scanners in a single device, and at an affordable price point.”
The SB650M utilizes a USB 2.0 connection and Digital Check’s API for E13B and CMC7 MICR reading capability along with a variety of other scanner and API specific features. Its MICR read accuracy, in conjunction with Digital Check’s API with Best Read® technology is equivalent to that of a dedicated desktop check scanner.
The SB650M is also TWAIN compatible and can be used with most major remote deposit platforms, many popular accounting and/or other office management software packages.
To learn more about the new SB650M check and document scanner, call 847-446-2285 or visit www.staging.digitalcheck.com.