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    Contex iFlex Flatbed Scanner

    54" large format

    proven technology for large digital documents


Select a 54 inch scanner that can take up to A0+ / E-size+ landscape documents

With uncompromising image quality standards, the Contex HD5450 scanner is designed for high-volume productivity for businesses-critical imaging tasks. Whether you are a private business, government or print-for-pay, an HD5450 is the right solution for improved efficiency and productivity.
Designed for optimal ergonomic working environment. Height adjustable stand in 3 positions.

Wide and long ...

Artwork, maps and other color- and detail-rich documents are reproduced to perfection, without any document length limit. You don’t have to scan the material in several parts and then stitch the images together afterwards.

You have a consecutive processing of any number of scans, and software settings you can personalize to ensure the same scan, copy and color settings every time.

Proven technology

A combination of 48-bit color, 4-channel CCD technology, full-size professional camera lenses and advanced image data processing algorithms creates a superior image quality. With image processing performed inside the scanner, your PC is free to run software applications more efficiently.

The Contex HD5450 wide format scanner is fast and steady with up to 12 inch/second scanning speeds. Truly a workhorse that can handle very large originals with speed and ease. The HD5450 gives you a great performance and a high return on your investment.

Various media and thickness

Do you have thick, mounted or other sensitive or specialized documents? No problem. Automatic Thickness Adjustment Control (ATAC) technology lets you scan documents up to 0.6“ (15 mm) thick and monitors pressure on the document surface.

Key features

  • 54-inch ultra-wide design captures oversized documents easily
  • 48-bit color and 16-bit grayscale image data capture from 4-channel CCD technology with lenses from Fujifilm
  • Exceptional ultra wide productivity, scanning up to 258 Arch E-size color documents per hour (214 A0/hour)
  • Scan-to-Net function for scanner sharing over a network, and sending files to remote PC’s
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD), a precision paper feed tracking system, ensures a perfectly straight scanning path and distortion-free scans
  • SnapScan technology: Scan - Enhance - Save


Contex scanners and solutions are all designed for Windows 10



Contex HD 5450 PLUS

Scanning Speed* (inch/sec.): Scanner speed while scanning 36-inch wide document.
400 dpi (Turbo) RGB Color 3.0
400 dpi (Turbo) Index Color 3.0
400 dpi (Turbo) Grayscale/Monochrome 12.0
Working height** 36.0 / 37.0 / 38.0 inch (914 / 940 / 965 mm)
Productivity* (documents/hour): Batch scanning for 60 minutes. Includes paper load and eject time. Measured in completed scans.
Arch E-size, RGB Color, 200dpi 258
Arch E-size, Monochrome, 200dpi 633
A0-size, RGB Color, 200dpi 214
A0-size, Monochrome, 200dpi 551
Maximum Scan Width 54 inch (1372 mm)
Maximum Media Width 56 inch (1422 mm)
Optical Resolution 508 dpi
Maximum Resolution 9600dpi
Maximum Media Thickness 0.6in. (15mm)
Accuracy 0.1% +/- 1 pixel
Data Capture (color/mono) 48-bit/16-bit
Color Space sRGB
Interface USB with xDTR
Network workflow Pull / Push
Software AutoCAD(R), MicrostationTM, ArcGIStm and all other CAD, GIS and other image editing / storage applications
Fileformats TIF, JPG, PDF, DWF, CALS, BMP, JPEG-2000(JP2), JPEG2000 Extended(JPX), TIF-G3, TIF-G4, others
Device Drivers 32 and 64-bit Windows 10, 8, 7 and Vista
Nextimage, TWAIN 32-bit TWAIN application driver included for use with EDM and other imaging softwaremso-ansi-language:
Power requirements 100 - 240V, 60/50Hz, 180w
Weight & Dimensions LxWxH 79kg (174lbs)/ 67 x 19 x 7 inches (169 x 47 x 18 cm)
Certifications/compliance RoHS, cUL, CE, GOST-R, VCCI, Ukr

*Scanning speeds depend on document width and computer configuration
Contex recommends Intel Core Duo, Core 2 Duo, or better processors, 2GB RAM, Hi-speed USB2.
Speed tests performed using Nextimage software, PC with Intel Core i5-2500 Quad processor, 8GB RAM, Hi-speed USB2, 7200rpm HDD, Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate.

**Requires optional scanner stand

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Key technologies in Contex HD 5400 series scanners

As the world’s largest developer and producer of wide format imaging solutions, Contex leads the market with innovative technology and advanced scan and copy software solutions. The HD 5400 series of scanners utilizes a long list of key technologies unique to a Contex scanner.

CCD technology

The HD Ultra series scanners captures all details with advanced 48-bit CCD technology. By combining CCD with Contex Natural Light and high quality camera optics you are ensured the best posible results in every scan.   

Fujifilm lenses

Like photography, scanned image quality depends heavily on lens quality. Using lenses that are specifically designed for the scanning resolution will ensure against various problems, from uneven sharpness to chromatic errors and color fringing (black lines show up in color). This is why Contex uses custom Fujifilm lenses in all CCD based scanners.

Contex Natural Light

The light source is custom fluorescent with a high Color Rendering Index (CRI > 95) to produce the most accurate colors possible. The CCD itself is high resolution and capable of capturing 48-bit color, but Contex have the unique ability to process the entire 48-bit color data - resulting in the most accurate color images you can get from a scanner today. 


Contex scanners with xDTR improve overall productivity by increasing the data transfer speed of the USB interface, so more image data can be sent to the PC, faster. This means larger documents (and more documents) can be scanned at higher resolutions without waiting for data transfer to complete. A scanner without xDTR may capture an A2 or C-size color document in eight seconds, while a scanner with xDTR can capture an A1 or D-size color document in the same time, or less. If scanning batches of documents or scanning at 400dpi or more, the difference is even greater.


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