Need to Update your PAST THEIR USE BY DATE – Canon – Kodak – Minolta now Konica Minolta – Bell & Howell / Micro Design – 3M – SCSI Connected Digital Microfilm Scanner or Scanner Printer or Analogue Reader / Printer

With the fact that Canon – Kodak – Minolta now Konica Minolta plus Bell & Howell / Micro Design – Micron – 3M - Xidex & other manufacturers Analogue & early model SCSI Connected Digital Reader / Scanner / Printers manufactured prior to the early 2000′s are at a point where Toner plus Spare Parts are now longer available these various models of Analogue Reader / Printers are now past their Use By Date & Digital Scanning & Microfilm Equipment – DS & ME with its  TWELVE – 12 Authorised Resellers / Technical Service Agents are able to assist.

The Earlier Models of  Bell & Howell / Micro Design Analogue Reader Printers include the following:

Bell & Howell ABR 1300,  Bell & Howell ABR 1400,  Bell & Howell ABR 1700,  Bell & Howell ABR 1900,  Bell & Howell ABR 2000,  Bell & Howell ABR 2300,  Bell & Howell ABR 2600,  Bell & Howell ABR 2700, Bell & Howell ABR 2700 &  Bell & Howell  Compact 4000

Micro Design MC 1000 & Micro Design MC 2000

The Earlier Models of Canon Analogue Reader Printers include the following:

Canon 370 / 380, Canon PC70 – PC-70 – PC Printer 70, Canon PC80 – PC-80 – PC Printer 80, Canon MP50 – MP-50 – Microprinter 50, Canon MP55 – MP-55 – Microprinter 55, Canon MP60 – MP-60 – Microprinter 60, Canon MP90 – MP-90 – Microprinter 90, Canon NP580 – NP-580 – NP Printer 580, Canon NP680 – NP-680 – NP Printer 680 / 780, Canon NP780 – NP-780 – NP Printer 680/780, Canon NP780FSII – NP-NP780FSII, Canon NP880 – NP-880 – NP Printer 880 / 980, Canon NP980 – NP-980 Reader / Printers & NP Printer 880 / 980

The Earlier Models of  Minolta - now Konica Minolta Analogue Reader Printers include the following:

Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP405, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP407, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP502, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP503, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP504, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP505, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP507, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP600Z, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP603Z, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP604Z, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP605Z, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP606Z, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] RP607Z, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] & RP609Z Reader / Printers

The Earlier Models of  Kodak Analogue Reader Printers include the following:

Kodak IMT 350, Kodak Starmate 500, Kodak Starvue II, Kodak Ektamate II, Kodak Oracle II & Kodak Image Link 5

The Earlier Models of  3M Analogue Reader Printers include the following:

3M 500, 3M 618, 3M 624, 3M 630, 3M 800, 3M 1100, 3M 7540, 3M 7560,3M 7580, 3M 7736, 3M 9000 & 3M Quantimatic III & IV

In addition as Windows XP Operating System Software support by Microsoft has ended.

As a result many of the earlier model Canon – Minolta now Konica Minolta & Kodak Digital & other suppliers Microfilm Scanners & Scanner Printers which utilised SCSI communication devices will no longer work.

This advice was provided on the Microsoft QUESTION & ANSWERS Website – July 9 2010 regarding SCSI connections .

You may get your SCSI Device to work on Windows 7 in Windows XP mode but SCSI, while still having some uses, is pretty much long dead now, just like Floppy Disk Drives.

If the SCSI card maker did not make Win 7 drivers and provide them to Microsoft then Windows 7 would not have them available. 

The Microsoft Windows 7 is an entirely different animal inside than Windows XP was.

The Earlier Models of  Canon Digital Reader Printer – Scanners are affected by this inability of Windows 7 & 8 to run SCSI include the following:

The Canon MSP 100 – MSP-100 – Microfilm Scanner Printer 100, Canon MS100 – MS-100 – Microfilm Scanner 100, Canon MS 300 – MS 300II – Microfilm Scanner 300 II, Canon MS 350 – MS 350II – Microfilm Scanner 350II, Canon MS 400 – Microfilm Scanner 400, Canon MS 500 – Microfilm Scanner 500, & Canon MS 800 – MS 800II – Microfilm Scanner 800II Scanner / Printers.

The Earlier Models of  Minolta - now Konica Minolta Digital Reader Printer – Scanners are affected by this inability of Windows 7 & 8 to run SCSI include the following:

Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] MS2000, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] SP3000, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] MS3000, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] SP3000, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] MS6000 & MS6000 MKII, Minolta [ now Konica Minolta ] MS7000 & MS7000 MKII Scanner / Printers

The Earlier Models of  Kodak Digital Reader Printer – Scanners are affected by this inability of Windows 7 & 8 to run SCSI include the following:

Kodak Microfilm – Imaging ABR 2400 DSV, Kodak Microfilm – Imaging 2400DSV-E & the IMAGELINK 2400 DV, Kodak Microfilm – Imaging ABR 3000 DSV, Kodak Microfilm – Imaging 3000DSV-E & the IMAGELINK 3000 DV Scanner / Printers

Digital Scanning & Microfilm Equipment – DS & ME are in the unique position to be able to provide interested Organisations with  the Latest & Greatest Digital Microfilm Equipment available World Wide to replace the Canon plus Kodak – Minolta – 3M & other Manufacturers early Digital Scanners & Analogue Reader / Printers which are becoming unserviceable.

On reviewing the information listed below related to this product you may find that you wish to request a Quotation for evaluation. If you require a written quotation then please Contact Us @ DS & ME should you require a Quotation and we will respond to your request at the earliest opportunity.

 

2019-JANUARY:

Across Australia – New Zealand - Papua New Guinea & Oceania – DS & ME now have a total of FIVE HUNDRED & FOURTEEN – 514 installations of Digital Microfilm Reader – Viewer – Scanner – Printers with the ability to Read, View, Scan, and Print from 16 / 35 mm Roll Microfilm, Microfiche, 35 mm Aperture Cards for Engineering, Architectural plus any other type of Drawing/s, Map/s & Plan/s – either negative or positive, plus Micro Opaque/s – e.g. Microcard/s or Microprint/s.