ElarScan Converts Bulgarian Libraries to Digital

October 19, 2021


Since September 2019 ElarScan universal book scanner has operated in one of the oldest Bulgarian libraries “Lyuben Karavelov” in Ruse.

The new model proved to be very convenient for scanning old printed books and manuscripts, as well as modern publications. Previously ElarScan was implemented at the Bulgarian National library SS. Cyril and Methodius.

The capabilities of the new model ElarScan A2-400KS are highly appreciated by staff at the Bulgarian libraries. Six months of digitizing in “Lyuben Karavelov” includes such collections of books which are related to the cultural and social life of Ruse residents.

We were impressed by the new model of ElarScan A2 and now we can do much more digitizing than previously possible, – say in the library. – Key importance for us is fast scanning and possibilities for many post processing options. In addition, the scanner bundled with ELAR ScanImage software gives us faster processing and exporting of data”.

The model ElarScan A2-400KS is a fully autonomous device with feature-rich embedded software for mass scanning and post-processing of electronic images. Special feature of new model is flat self-open flattening glass, which is perfect to scan rare books and documents.

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