Digital Check Corp. recently completed certification of our TellerScan TS240 bank check scanner with four line printing capability and TS240 with ultra violet fraud detection capability with Silver Bullet’s Ranger bank check scanner application program interface.

“We are pleased to be fully integrated and certified by Silver Bullet for use with Ranger. It’s extremely important for us to be able to make the TellerScan TS240 four line and UV available to those banks and solution providers who standardize on the Ranger interface,” said Jeff Hempker, Digital Check’s Vice President of Sales for the United States and Canada. “Silver Bullet continues to be a great and important partner to Digital Check and we look forward to working closely with them on future projects.”

Digital Check recently released a version of our popular TellerScan TS240 bank check scanner with four-line printing capabilities. This feature allows banks or RDC customers to print up to four lines of audit-trail endorsement information on the back of a check or other bank document. This feature enables banks to print simple receipts, validate documents, or even print on bank counter-checks and other documents. The printer has the capability to print text or full bitmap graphics and can print Microsoft Windows® True Type fonts.

Another feature option added to the TellerScan TS240 is UV check scanning capabilities. Ultraviolet ink detection is an important fraud deterrent standard in many South American, Asian, and Middle Eastern countries and Digital Check responded in 2011 by introducing two special versions of our TS240 with an optional UV camera. Shortly after introducing this feature, Digital Check secured its first major bank client with the TS240-UV in Latin America, which will deploy over 1500 units at teller stations in the first half of 2012.

The TS240-UV doesn’t experience speed degradation that is common to some check scanners with UV cameras. Testing showed that the TS240-UV runs near rated speed, with only a 1-3% difference from the non-UV model as compared to some competing models that see up to a 30% reduction in scanning throughput on their UV models over rated scanning speeds of their non-UV models.

“We’ve had quick success with our TS240-UV and are expecting greater success going forward. The TS240 has been a proven workhorse in the bank teller, bank branch, and remote deposit capture markets and the addition of the UV option makes it the perfect scanner in markets utilizing this technology,” said Alex Trombetta, Managing Director, International Sales Division at Digital Check Corp.

For more information about these scanners, visit staging.digitalcheck.com, call (847) 446-2285, or fill out our web contact form.