FalconRED™

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The Digital Mail Center Document Scanning Workstation

FalconRED™ combines the most efficient envelope opening and extraction unit on the market, the OPEX Model 72™ Rapid Extraction Desk, with OPEX’s latest high-volume production scanning technology. FalconRED, is designed to attack the most difficult and daunting of digital mail center workflow challenges. 

Enhanced Functionality & Unmatched Flexibility

FalconRED allows operators to open, prep, and scan the contents of envelopes all on a single platform, and at significantly faster rates than can be achieved using the current multi-step process. This substantially increases the integrity and security of the documents being processed while at the same time greatly reducing the costs associated with preparing documents for scanning.  In addition, FalconRED offers four versatile document feeding capabilities: drop-feeder, packet feeder, high-capacity feeder, and a unique Rescan Feeder.

FalconRED can handle a wide range of intermixed envelope sizes and thicknesses. Simply load mail onto the mail extraction desk, pull the extracted documents out of the envelopes, and drop them onto the conveyor. It can process everything from checks and single sheets to multiple stacks of documents.  From thick paper to onion skin and fragile or damaged pieces, from envelopes and file folders to receipts, to small forms and business cards – nearly any style or type of document can be scanned! With the optional external capture device and software, three dimensional objects can be imaged and placed directly into the electronic record.

Improved Efficiency & Increased Security

Minimizing prep, paper handling, and other manual tasks not only improves efficiency, but also results in superior document integrity. Documents are handled once and converted to image. As documents are removed from envelopes and scanned, operators can view images in real-time to ensure proper capture and identification. This reduces time-consuming and costly rescans later in the process.