Magneto-optical scanner Regula 7701; 7701M
The magneto-optical scanner is intended for advanced examination of banknotes, securities and documents with magnetic security features.
Regula 7701/M is constructed as a single unit for desktop use in aluminum metal body. It is used with a PC and fully controlled with the help of CADR software (supplied with a unit). The device is reliable, convenient and easy-to-use.
The scanner object stage has a perforated area for document pneumatic pressing. Document surface scanning is carried out with the help of a magnetic head which is equipped with a magnetization system.
?onstruction and comparative analysis of magnetic patterns of examined documents
?omparative examination of printing tools and materials (detection of magnetic properties of dyes in examined objects)
Examination of magnetic security features (magnetic ink, fibers, tapes, etc.)
Reading invisible magnetic strokes and codes
Examination of damaged documents – reading blurred and crossed out texts printed with magnetic ink
Assessment of magnetic parameters for document security elements: distribution of magnetic induction, magnetic flux modulus (7701?)
Effective magnetization system and high sensitivity of the visualizer which allows examining magnetic materials with a low level of leakage flux
Detachable magnetization system enables to differentiate security features made of magnetically soft and magnetically hard materials (7701?)
Specialized software enables to measure quickly and accurately images of examined documents and compare them with the samples
Regula 7701 and Regula 7701M
In addition, Regula 7701? provides a possibility to carry out a comparative assessment of magnetic properties of document protection elements. The Magnetic Measurements function in Regula 7701M enables not only to obtain a histogram of the normal component of magnetic induction Bn (in Tesla) for a frame and to calculate the module of the magnetic flux ?n (in Weber) in this frame area, but also to compare a distance (d) between the histogram of an examined document and that of a sample. Comparing obtained parameters (Bn, ?n, d) of the examined document and the sample enables to draw a conclusion on the authenticity of the document and the magnetic image wear or damage degree.