Digital Check scanners and teller equipment


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Check Imaging with an Intelligent Twist

Leading the way in teller and remote deposit technology.

Digital Check is the Secure Choice® in check scanners and cutting-edge image technology, depended upon by millions to deliver accurate and high-quality images in the bank branch or in remote deposit capture. Our check capture devices are among the industry’s most reliable, trusted by customers in more than 100 countries.

Teller Capture Experts

Our TellerScan and SmartSource Elite families are some of the most popular choices for teller capture the world over – but they can do a lot more than just scan checks. Full-color ID card scanning is available, and the modular ReceiptNOW thermal printer rounds out the hardware for a full teller station.

Scanners with Network Intelligence

All of our main check scanner models offer network connectivity, either through an embedded processor and API or a plug-in attachment. We’re ready for nearly any operating system or virtual branch environment.

Assembled in the U.S.A.

We do our own design and engineering, manufacturing, and testing right here in the United States, with the majority of our product assembled domestically. Every check scanner assembled in the USA is 100% tested before it goes out the door. That’s why Digital Check’s reputation for reliability is second to none in the business.

Latest News at
Digital Check

If you’ve ever wondered why the printing at the bottom of a check looks that way, this article is for you!

A look at the growth and history of our U.S. manufacturing operation from the 1980s to today!

We take some of the most common myths about blue light and your vision, and put them to the test!

Some of the most common scanner issues – and how to prevent them!

Our most popular TellerScan and CheXpress models now work on Mac!

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ID Capture: What It Is (and What It Isn't)

Scanning ID cards is useful in the branch — but is its main use for security, or something else?

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History Archives:
What's in a Name?

What did Digital Check do before digital, and before we started making check scanners?

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Check 21 and the Environment

The cumulative impact of replacing paper check clearing has been staggering.

Burroughs Quantum reader sorter.

Replacing End-of-Life Reader/Sorters

What to do as these massive machines reach their end-of-support dates?

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Changing the Game for Chicago's Youths

Learn about an incredible story that began with a basketball game 55 years ago, and became a remarkable tale of unlikely friendships and a force for good in the community.

Scanning the Red Planet

Our cameras helped convert many of the original Mars images from radio signals into visible photographs more than 50 years ago.

What’s more, lessons learned from those early missions led to modern space probes using some of the same camera technology we use in check scanners today!

SmartSource Elite 55

USB Today, Network Tomorrow?

Our convertible USB-to-Ethernet scanners offers flexibility for the branch of today or tomorrow.

Our resource hub for everything you need to keep your device running smoothly.

Trusted sites

Support Tips: Error After Windows 11 Upgrade?

A quick fix if your scanner gives the dreaded “Error Initializing Web Scan Hub” message.

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Inside OCR: How Your Scanner Reads Text

How your scanner uses some nifty twists on Optical Character Recognition to do its job!

How did a niche video conferencing tool leapfrog the heavyweights? Simple: No sign-up requirement for the recipient.

The payments world could learn a thing or two!

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What Are Those?

The reason for the little plastic tabs found inside your scanner track.

(Whatever you do, please don’t pull them off — we assure you, they’re not part of the packaging!)

How did scanners work before modern digital cameras were invented? Also: How machines see light differently than people.