DX Engineering’s New QSL Card Scanning Kit Gives DXers an Easy way to Store and Display QSL Cards
The QSL Card Scanning Kit is practical digital solution to help hams and shortwave listeners manage their ever-growing QSL card collections. No more plastic wall holders, multiple photo albums or shoeboxes needed.
Akron, Ohio (PRWEB) November 18, 2011
DX Engineering has createde a practical solution to help hams and shortwave listeners manage their ever-growing QSL card collections. The new DXE QSL Scanning Kit stores your cards and displays them in rotation on an attractive, compact screen. Itâ€™s great way to prominently display your QSL cards in the hamshack, living room or office. Reminisce about past QSOs or show off your collection to your friends.
Up to 2,000 QSL card images can be stored on the included 2MB SD cardâ€”larger capacity memory cards will store even more card images.
The complete kit consists of a compact digital scanner, a seven-inch LCD digital picture frame screen, plug-in power supplies and the SD card.
Operation is simple. Feed the QSL cards individually through the scanner–they are stored on the SD memory card. To view, just plug the scanner into the digital screen to view.
A slider guide adjusts easily to accommodate non-standard QSL sizes. The scanner accepts card sizes from 2 x 2 inches to a maximum of 4 x 6 inches. The images are saved in standard JPEG format, so they can be viewed on other electronic devices as well. Unlike bulky flatbed scanners, a PC is not required for the scanning process.
Part Number: DXE-QSL-KIT
Introductory Price: $89.95
For more information on the DX Engineering QSL Scanning KIt, visit http://www.dxengineering.com.
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