Sensing Unit for imagePRESS C910 Series is Now Available

Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has announced the availability of the Sensing Unit-A1 for the imagePRESS C910 Series. This Sensing Unit is designed to help increase efficiency while producing consistent output and accurate color.

As Canon U.S.A. announced earlier the availability of the Sensing Unit-A1 for imagePRESS C10010VP Series, the Sensing Unit can now attached to the imagePRESS C910 Series to adjust and monitor front-to-back registration and color accuracy before and during production, continuously adjusting on the fly. Combined with the powerful features of the color imagePRESS C910 Series, a high level of automation can now be realized to help achieve color repeatability and front to back registration consistency—all while maintaining high productivity.

The Sensing Unit brings a new level of advanced automation to the imagePRESS C910 Series with automatic measurement of color and front to back registration patches that can take place before or in real time during production runs. Designed to help improve efficiencies and print quality on high-value applications, these measurements can even take place on long sheet medias up to thirty inches in length, including six-panel brochures and posters/signage.

The Sensing Unit can also provide additional quality control and print consistency by monitoring and adjusting during a production run by reading color patches that are printed on the sheet. If there is no room for printing color patches on the sheet, a test target sheet can be set up to be automatically printed at defined intervals.

Cross Shade Adjustment, which provides consistent color density across the sheet, as well as Secondary Transfer Voltage, which promotes proper toner transfer and a clean internal environment, can be set up by the user to be completed before production runs helping to provide optimized output on the specific media from the first sheet.

“The Sensing Unit has been a fantastic addition to our imagePRESS,” said Brad Rusticus, the general manager of Five Lakes Press, Inc., a Canon client. “It maintains the color great and the registration consistently tight without any manual operator’s adjustment. My production team is getting more done, and we are confident that every sheet is ready for our finishing department.”

The Sensing Unit is another example of Canon U.S.A.’s dedication to innovation by providing a solution that can help production environments meet high standards for quality and printing, increasing overall value by providing features that can help users shorten turnaround times and automating routine color checks and inspection.

“We are excited to announce that the Sensing Unit which is designed to help provide consistent and stable output across production runs is now supported on imagePRESS C910 Series,” said Shinichi Yoshida, executive vice president and general manager, Canon U.S.A. Inc. “Today’s operators are tasked with managing multiple tasks and the Sensing Unit can help save time allowing them to focus on other important areas of business, while maintaining a high level of print quality.”

The Sensing Unit-A1 is available for the imagePRESS C910 Series powered by the PRISMAsync print server and imagePRESS Server.

—Press Release

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