Thank you for choosing us as your scanner supplier. Your new scanner will improve the professionalism of your day-to-day computing tasks by allowing you to input images and electronic text into your computer system. You can easily scan single-sided or double-sided documents with your scanner.
Like all of our products, your new scanner is thoroughly tested and backed by our reputation for unsurpassed dependability and customer satisfaction. We hope you will continue to turn to us for additional quality products as your computing needs and interests grow.
HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE
This User’s Guide provides instructions and illustrations on how to install and operate your scanner. This guide assumes the user is familiar with Microsoft Windows XP/ 2000 Professional/ Vista. If this is not the case, we suggest you learn more about Microsoft Windows by referring to your Microsoft Windows manual before using your scanner.
The Introduction section of this manual describes the box contents and minimum computer requirements to use this scanner. Before you start installing your scanner, check the box contents to make sure all parts are included. If any items are damaged or missing, please contact the vendor where you purchased your scanner or our customer service directly.
Chapter I describes how to install scanner’s software and connect the scanner to your computer. Note: The scanner connects to your computer through the Universal Serial Bus (USB). If your computer does not support USB technology, you will need to purchase a USB interface card to add USB capabilities to your computer, or buy and install USB connectors if your motherboard has USB capabilities. This guide assumes that your computer is USB-ready and has a free USB port.
Chapter II describes how to use your scanner.
Chapter III describes how to maintain and clean your scanner.
Chapter IV contains technical support information that can help you solve simple problems.
Appendix A contains the specifications of the scanner you purchased.
Appendix B contains our customer service, the limited warranty agreement and FCC statement concerning the product.
CONVENTIONS OF THIS GUIDE
Bold —Represents commands or contents on your computer screen.
ALL CAPS —Important note or first use of an important term in a chapter
Italic —Represents buttons on your scanner OR important notes.
This guide uses the following icons to point out information that deserves special attention.
Warning: A procedure that must be followed carefully to prevent injury, or accidents.
Attention: Instructions that are important to remember and may prevent mistakes.
Information: Optional tips for your reference.
Warning: Before using this device, please read the following important information to eliminate or reduce any possibility of causing damage and personal injury.
1. Moisture condensation may occur inside this device and cause malfunction at these conditions:
„ when this device is moved directly from a cold to a warm location;
„ after a cold room is heated;
„ when this device is placed in a damp room.
To avoid the moisture condensation, you are recommended to follow the procedure:
i. Seal this device in a plastic bag for it to adapt to room conditions.
ii. Wait for 1-2 hours before removing this device from the bag.
2. Do use the AC adapter and USB cable provided with the scanner. Use of other AC adapter and cables may lead to malfunction.
3. Keep the space around the AC adapter clear in case you need to quickly unplug the AC adapter during emergencies.
4. Damaged wire could cause fire or electrical shock. Keep the power cord straight and without being twisted, bended, or scraped.
5. Unplug this device if you don’t need to use for a certain period of time, such as, during night or long weekend, to avoid any risks of causing fire.
6. Do not attempt to disassemble the scanner. There is danger of an electrical shock and opening your scanner will void your warranty.
7. Be sure not to bump or knock the scanner glass as it is fragile and could break.
8. Do not subject the scanner to excessive vibration. It may damage the internal components.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS1
z PC with Intel Pentium®III 1G processor or compatible
z 256 MB RAM
z Available USB 2.0 port
z CD-ROM Drive or DVD-ROM Drive
z 800 MB Free Hard Disk Space
z Video card that supports 16-bit color or greater
z Operating System: Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, or Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista compatible
Information: Systems with Pentium®4 1.8G or higher processor (or its compatible), 512 MB RAM and 1GB free hard disk space are recommended for optimal performance.
2. USB Cable
3. AC Adapter
5. Quick Guide
6. Setup/Application CD-ROM
7. Calibration Sheet
8. Memo Label
9. Extended Paper Width Slider (2 pieces)
10. Protection Sheet
11. Padded Carry Bag3
THE SCANNER FEATURES
1. PAPER CHUTE COVER—Helps keep the paper in place. Open paper chute cover when using the scanner.
2. PAPER WIDTH SLIDER—Adjusts the paper width slider for the paper size you are using.
Information: Extended Paper Width Slider (accessory in the box content) —Hold the paper uprightly so as to avoid the paper feeding to be askew.
3. COVER OPEN LEVER—Opens the ADF cover. Pull it to open the ADF cover when you need to clear paper jam or clean the scanner.
4. STACKER—Keeps the paper in place. Extend it in case of longer paper.
5. ADF (AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER)—Automatically feeds a stack of documents for scanning.
6. SIDE GUIDE—Holds the paper in place to be scanned through the ADF. Pull side guides out to hold the paper.
7. PAPER CHUTE EXTENSION—Extends to hold longer paper.
8. UP BUTTON—Press to move forward the scanning task number indicated in the function number display.
9. DOWN BUTTON—Press to move backward the scanning task number indicated in the function number display.
10. FUNCTION NUMBER DISPLAY—Indicates the number of the predefined scanning task selected by the up or down button.
11. SCAN BUTTON—Press to perform a predefined scanning task selected by the up or down button.
12. POWER LED—Indicates the scanner status.
13. HAND HOLDER—Ergonomically designed for you to carry the scanner with ease.
14. USB PORT—Connects the scanner to a USB port on your computer by the included USB cable.
15. POWER RECEPTOR—Connects the scanner to a standard AC power outlet by the included AC adapter.
16. POWER SWITCH—Use this to turn the scanner ON or OFF.
1 Higher requirements may be needed when scanning or editing large quantities of images. The system requirements stated are only a guideline, generally the better the computer (motherboard, processor, hard disk, RAM, video graphic card), the better the results.
2 Save the box and packing materials in case you need to transport this scanner in the future.
3 Padded carrying bag is not included in all scanner models.