Specifications

Platform Support PC
Software Drivers Wintab compliant, Microsoft Windows® 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and 8
Hardware Interface USB standard: RS-232 and QuikRuler port (requires optional power supply)
Thickness 0.078 in/2.0 mm
Roll Diameter 8 in/203 mm recommended
Resolution Up to 2,540 lines per inch/100 lines per mm
Proximity 0.5 in/12.7 mm
Baud Rate Up to 38,400
Technology Electrostatic (Note: for digitizing applications involving conductive inks; GTCO’s Super L™ Series is recommended)
Output Formats GTCO Type 5/5A Binary or ASCII, Summagraphics Microgrid, CalComp 9500
Operating Modes Point, line, continuous, incremental
Power Supply None required when connected via USB port
When connected via serial cable 120V/60 Hz standard,
100-240V/50-60 Hz optional
Operating Temperature 40 to 115°F/5 to 46°C
Storage Temperature 0 to +150°F/-18 to +66°C
Humidity Range 0 to 90%, noncondensing
Warranty Two-year limited U.S. warranty, free technical support
Extended warranty available – U.S. only
Included Components – Roll-Up III digitizer and controller
– Transducer
– CD with TabletWorks driver and User’s Manual
– USB cable
– Shipping/storage tube with insert

Digitizer Options and Physical Dimensions

Model Active Area Footprint Weight Average Shipping Weight
2024 20 x 24 in/508 x 610 mm 28 x 29 in/711 x 737 mm 4 lbs./1.8 kg 13 lbs./5.9 kg
3036 30 x 36 in/762 x 914 mm 35 x 44 in/889 x 1,118 mm 6 lbs./2.7 kg 17 lbs./7.7 kg
3648 36 x 48 in/914 x 1,219 mm 41 x 56 in/1,041 x 1,422 mm 7.25 lbs./3.3 kg 21 lbs./9.5 kg
Transducer Options
– Corded 16-button MaxVu cursor
– Corded 4-button MaxVu cursor
– Corded stylus with tip and 2 side switches
Other Options
– Plan hold down clamps
– Deluxe travel case
– QuikRuler LCD module
– Serial interface cable and power supply

Note:  Roll-Up III technology provides outstanding portability and reliability, however the Roll-Up III does not operate reliably with documents printed with conductive inks. Blueprints and copies typically do not contain any conductive inks; however some inkjet printers may use black conductive inks. For these types of documents, we recommend the Super L VI digitizer, which is not affected by conductive inks. Another option is to use a dye-based ink instead.