• The figure shows an overview of the system.

    Document Feeders (1) 

    The Feeder is the feeding part of the system. There are two types of feeders: the automatic and the special feeder. The automatic feeder does not require any adjustments for the separation. From a feeder you can feed one or more documents (multi feed). The feeders have a double feed control (DFC). DFC detects if more documents are fed instead of one.

    You can link feeders. This means that two feeders can be linked as pairs. When the first feeder is empty, the system switches to the other feeder. Meanwhile the empty feeder can be refilled without stopping the system.

    The upper automatic feeder is equipped with a 'daily mail' function. You can use this feeder to process sets of documents that you cannot process automatically (stapled documents and sets with varying thickness).

    Collating Area (2) 

    All documents of a document set are collated and aligned in the collating area.

    Divert Area (3)

    The intelliDeck automatically throws out incorrect sets of documents. In this way the system does not need to stop. Correct sets will be transported to the powerFold unit.

    Folder Unit (4)

    The fold unit folds the documents. The following fold types are possible (see Terminology):

    • No fold
    • V-fold
    • C-fold
    • Z-fold
    • Double V-fold

    Inserter (5)

    After the documents are folded, the documents are transported to the inserter. The inserter inserts the documents into a waiting envelope. The inserter seals the envelope or not, depending on the settings. Automatic monitoring ensures the correct number of inserts per envelope.

    Present on Deck (6)

    The documents inserted (or not) can leave the inserter from the upper unit (present on deck). This can occur when:

    • Clearing the machine;
    • Making a test set;
    • Depending on the reading code.

    Stacker (7)

    The documents inserted (or not) are transported to the stacker depending on the programmed job. The stacker automatically stacks inserted documents.

    Side exit (8)

    The documents inserted are transported to the side exit depending on the programmed job. The side exit can be used for sorting and stacking of documents into the catch tray as well as transporting to the optional conveyor belt or franking/mailing machine.

    Envelope Hopper (9)

    Envelopes that are placed on a stack by the user, are fed one by one into the system by the envelope hopper.

Date created:
01/08/2013 12:02:44
Last updated:
11/27/2017 03:34:08
DS-90i, DS-95i