Image Access Bookeye 5 V2 Archive

Most versatile 600 dpi archive scanner. Self-adjusting book cradle with V- as well as flat glass plate

Simple operation, highest productivity. The Bookeye® 5 V2 Archive book scanner qualifies as a production system for all challenging digitization projects. Self-adjusting book cradle with V-shaped as well as optional flat glass plate.

Using the latest camera technology from Image Access, this scanner meets FADGI, Metamorfoze and ISO 19264 specifications.

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Book Scanners
Image Access
Document size
Multi feed detection
Resolution (dpi)
Colour, Greyscale and Black & White
1 GBit Fast Ethernet with TCP/IP based Scan2Net® interface
Dimensions (mm, WxDxH)
655x645x420 (V2,V2A), 730x670x870 (V2Archive), 1000x850x880(V2 Semiauto),
Weight (kg)
File formats
Multipage PDF (PDF/A) and TIFF, JPEG, JPEG 2000, PNM, PNG, BMP, TIFF (Raw, G3, G4, LZW, JPEG), AutoCAD DWF, JBIG, DjVu, DICOM, PCX, Postscript, EPS, Raw data and more
Operation panel
21 inch Full HD 1920 * 1080 multitouch screen
Light source
White LEDs, tested according to IEC 62471, no IR/UV emission
Book cradle
Magnetically coupled V-shaped book cradles 120 - 180 degrees, Self-adjusting V-shaped book cradle 120 - 180 degrees can lift 10 cm (V2Archive),
Glass plate
Motor-driven V-shaped glass plate(V2Automatic, Semiautomatic), V-shaped(V2Archive),
CCD line sensor, 22,500 pixels (11,000 scan lines equals to a 245 MPixel matrix camera)

Bookeye® 5 V2 Archive Overhead Book Scanner

Bookeye® 5 V2 Archive is suitable for digitization projects that require high quality and maximum productivity even in 24/7 operation. Originals up to A2+ in size such as books, magazines, posters, folders or bound documents of all types, can be digitized at high speed and a resolution up to 600 dpi using the Bookeye® 5 V2 Archive.The unique self-adjusting book cradle solution allows scanning either at a 120 degree angle or in horizontal mode and lying flat with a height compensation of 10 cm.

Glass plate solutions
The book cradle enables perfect scans while protecting the book binding. The V-shaped glass plate can be removed in a few simple steps. Depending on requirements, the Bookeye® 5 V2 Archive can now be used with a flat glass plate or without a glass plate at all.

Software solutions for current and future digitization projects
A high-performance production scanner is dependent on a strong capturing software. Image Access has powerful software packages in its portfolio for Bookeye® 5 V2 Archive which enable optimal capture for large projects.