Canon Scanner DR-C230

Canon has announced the new DR-C230 document scanner to join its successful imageFORMULA range. Designed to provide excellent value and performance to both small and medium sized organisations, the imageFORMULA DR-C230 comes fully equipped with the latest technologies and features required for simple capture and advanced workflows.

The device is the latest high-performance desktop workgroup scanner in Canon’s award winning series of imageFORMULA document scanners.

The imageFORMULA DR-C230 is based on the successful imageFORMULA DR-C240, providing a compact, robust and reliable device with scanning speeds of 30ppm/60ipm and bundled application software.

With its robust feeding mechanism the new scanner is capable of handling a variety of different media including scanning 6mm thick passports through the 60-sheet document feeder.  The compact imageFORMULA DR-C230 also includes various advanced image processing features, including text enhancement, automatic deskew and text orientation recognition, to help deliver exceptionally high quality images while saving users valuable time.

Featuring Canon’s CaptureOnTouch Pro software, the device can be used for effortless scanning of both ad-hoc and routine transactional tasks.

CaptureOnTouch Pro includes OCR and batch separation tools, and supports scanning to various destinations such as to shared folders, email, FTP, Printer, and cloud based applications. As well as this, the DR-C230 scanner includes standard ISIS/TWAIN drivers for Windows operating systems and also a Mac TWAIN driver for Mac OS. 

imageFORMULA DR-C230

  • Scanning speed of up to 30ppm / 60ipm (single pass)
  • Versatile feeding of various media including passports, thick ID card
  • Robust & Reliable Design
  • 60 sheet automatic document feeder
  • Ultra-compact 
  • Powerful software suite including CaptureOnTouch Pro
  • Efficient batch scanning with OCR function
  • Cloud service plug-ins to Google Docs, Evernote and SharePoint.


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