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CD-4050 Digital Document Recorder

Support Micrographic Scanners


Canon's multipurpose CD-4050 scans as many as 39 letter-sized originals per minute.
Automatically scans two-sided originals in a single pass.
With Text Mode and Photo Mode, plus 255-step Brightness Control, the CD-4050 provides the best quality output for text, halftones and continuous-tone input.
100-sheet Feeder Tray allows you to scan documents of varying sizes, business card to legal and automatically adjusts to the size and thickness of the document.
All the tools and procedures an operator needs are accessed through a 6.5-inch color touch-screen panel.
Several auto-indexing functions streamline the document-management process. Setting the CD-4050 to read bar codes or MICR information assigns such information to a searchable data field. Selective OCR eliminates the need for manual data entry and can transform the first page of an image document into a searchable text or HTML files.
Documents scanned with the CD-4050 are converted into multipage TIFF image files for recording to CD-Rs. A Windows®95/98/2000- and Windows NT-based filing structure means CD images may be retrieved and viewed on the CD-ROM drive of virtually any PC.
The CD-4050 organizes documents into Cabinets and Folders, allowing each document up to three user-defined data fields.
Connected via Ethernet to your office network, the CD-4050 works as a high-speed network scanner, enabling on-line users to retrieve, view, and print documents from the shared network folder. The operator also has the ability to distribute newly scanned or CD-stored documents via E-mail.
The optional ED- 500 Endorser imprints serial numbers, stamps and dates onto checks, share-drafts, and letter-sized documents. The imprint position is operator-adjustable and conforms to Federal Reserve Bank regulations for check endorsement.
In addition to the touch-panel display, there are ports on the side of the unit for an external monitor, mouse, or keyboard.
The CD-4050N (for forms printed on NCR paper) has the ability to scan documents printed on non-carbon, pressure sensitive paper, such as vouchers and order forms. It includes special silicon rollers that ensure careful feeding of these documents, plus a lock lever to use when scanning stacks.



CD-4050 Digital Document Recorder 8395.

Model Name

CD-4050 Digital Document Recorder



Document Imaging Systems


300 dpi, 200 dpi, 300 dpi High-speed Mode

Data Compression

TIFF Group 4 (MMR)


Simplex or Duplex, Bitonal or Halftone modes

Light Source

Green LED

Document Feeding

Manual or Automatic

Document Size

(W x H): 2.2 - 10.1 x 2.8 - 14.3

Document Thickness

0.06 - 0.15mm (0.05 - 0.20mm Manual Feed)

Scanning Speed

Simplex / Duplex - 300 x 300 dpi: 20 ipm / 20 ipm, 200 x 200 dpi: 29 ipm / 38 ipm, 300 x 300 dpi Interpolated: 39 ipm / 40 ipm

Feed Capacity

Max. Stack height of 10mm (approximately 100 sheets)

Control Sheets

Bitonal, Text, Simplex, Duplex and Job Separation


Integrated CPU, HDD & CD-R drive

Platforms Supported

Microsoft Windows® 95/98/Me/2000/Windows NT®


Ethernet 10Base-T Interface

Display Type

TFT 6 color LCD, built-in Touch Panel

Display Resolution

640dpi x 480dpi

Image Display

Enlarge/Reduce/Rotation & Scroll


CD-R Compatible with the CD Recording Part II Standard (Orange Book)

Writing Method

Packet writing by Roxio DirectCD

CD-R Format

ISO9660 Level 3 format - Readable with standard CD Drive

File Format

Multipage TIFF

CD Storage Capacity

Approximately 20,000 pages - 200dpi x 200dpi @ 600MB



Bar-code Recognition

Yes - CODABAR, CODE39, CODE128, ITF (Interleaved 2 of 5), EAN (JAN), UPC-A, UPC-E

Magnetic Ink Character Recognition



Endorser ED500, Transport Case

Dimensions (H x W x D)

Main Body: 9.6 x 14.4 x 18 closed / 11.3 x 14.4 x 28.1 open, Display: 2.3 x 7.6 x 6.6


Main Body: Approx. 44.1 lbs. / Display: Approx. 2.2 lbs.

Power Requirement

AC 120V, 60Hz: 1.0A



† Prices and specifications subject to change without notice. Actual prices are determined by individual dealers and may vary.

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