Fall cleaning, some small machines for free
teoz at neo.rr.com
Sat Oct 30 16:21:37 CDT 2010
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From: "Bob Rosenbloom" <bobalan at sbcglobal.net>
To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts"
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Sent: Saturday, October 30, 2010 4:36 PM
Subject: Fall cleaning, some small machines for free
> Fall cleaning!
> I have a bunch of old computers and some peripherals. Most are not tested
> and I expect they may need some work to become operational, though some
> may work correctly as-is. Anyway, I'm hoping to find people interested in
> restoring these systems.
> A large flatbed scanner that I also believe is unused. It's SCSI
> interfaced. UMAX 3000.
Thats seems like a nice vintage high end scanner scanner (hope somebody
PowerLook 3000 Technical Specifications
Type Color Flatbed
Method Moving Flatbed, Single-pass, color
Element 10,500 elements, Tri-linear coated color CCD
Light Source Cold Cathode Lamp
Hardware Resolution Lens 1: 1220 dpi x 3048 dpi
Lens 2: 3048 dpi x 3048 dpi
Maximum Interpolated Resolution 12,192 dpi x 12,192 dpi
Scanning Resolution 1 dpi to 12,192 dpi
Maximum Scan Size Lens 1: 8.5" x 11.7"
Lens 2: 3.4" x 11.7"
Speed Color: 14.4ms/line
I/O Buffer 2MB
Maximum Density 3.6Dmax
Scan Modes 24/42-bit color
8/14-bit gray scale
1-bit line art
Scaling Lens 1: 1% to 400%
Lens 2: 1% to 1000%
Highlight/Shadow 256 steps
Gamma Curve Downloadable Curves
Data Output 14-bit extendible
Hardware Interface SCSI-2
Operating Noise Under 60 db
Operating Temperature 25° - 104° F
Humidity 25% to 85%
Power Consumption 60 Watts
Dimensions 21.6" x 16.8" x 8.6"
Net Weight 41.46 lbs.
System Support Mac OS 8.0 to 9.1|Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP|UNIX drivers
are available through third-party.
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