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|meadows_p||1:05pm on Sunday, August 15th, 2010|
|Shoddy hardware/software integration We purchased this product with the expectation of using the automatic document feeder to scan and store documents...|
|spade||6:35am on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010|
|Slow and problematic We have had a Microtek Scanmaker i800 for several years. It has great color and D-max. BUt we needed a doc feeder. Inconsistant quality When I first got this scanner it was great, I loved the size and the color handeling was pretty much spot on. However.|
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Installing and Getting Started
The ADF-700 is a sheet feeder accessory for the Microtek ScanMaker i700. The ADF-700 allows automatic scanning of up to 50 sheets of original scan material from A6 size (4.14" x 5.83") up to legal size (8.5" x 14"). Sheets to be scanned are fed from the feeder's top tray, guided and scanned as they pass the scanner's image sensor, and then exit into the feeder's bottom tray. The ADF-700 installs easily by mounting onto the top of the ScanMaker i700 in place of the scanner lid, which is removed to make way for the document feeder.
ADF-700 Note: Please check the firmware version on your ScanMaker i700 before installing the ADF-700. If your firmware version is below 0.63, download the firmware updater. When the firmware update is complete, restart your computer and continue the installation of the ADF-700. For more details on downloading, refer to the Addendum at the end of this user guide.
Installing the ADF-700
Before you proceed with installation of ADF700, make sure your scanner is turned off.
Trademarks Microtek, ScanMaker, and ScanWizard are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microtek International, Inc. All other products or name brands are trademarks of their respective holders. Important Documents you scan may be protected under copyright law. The unauthorized use of such documents could be a violation of the rights of the copyright holder. Microtek bears no responsibility for the unauthorized use of copyrighted materials.
1. Remove the scanner lid. To do so, open the lid until it stands vertically, then pull upward to remove.
Copyright2004 Microtek International, Inc. I49-003761A, July 2004
2. Carefully align and insert the feeder studs into the hinge slots originally used by the scanner cover.
3. Remove the protective film from the transparent cover of the scan sensor area, then lower the ADF-700.
4. Plug the feeder's connector into the 15-pin Accessory port at the back panel of the scanner. Secure the connector by tightening the retaining screws.
5. Turn on your scanner, and wait for the light on the scanners front panel to stop blinking and stay on steady. Your system will detect the scanner with ADF-700 automatically, indicating that the ADF-700 is ready to be used.
Microtek ADF-700 Installing and Getting Started
Placing Paper in the ADF-700
1. Open the top Tray Flap and load the stack of originals on the Document Feed Tray, with the side to be scanned facing up. Push the stack of papers into the tray, until the paper's edges touch the feeder rollers.
Tray Flap Note: The document feeder is not designed for scanning photos; doing so may damage your originals. Microtek accepts no responsibility for damage that may arise from misuse of equipment.
2. Pull out the top Tray Extender for better paper support if the length of the originals exceeds 10 inches.
Document Feed Tray
3. Align the material with the center of the top tray by sliding in the two Guide Arms toward the stacked sheets if the width of the originals is less than 8.5 inches.
Paper Guide (supports paper sizes including A6, A5, A4, Letter, and Legal size)
Scanning with the ADF-700
Scanning for Archiving / Scanning to File The ADF-700 can be used to scan material for archiving. For instance, an image record can be kept of a multiple-page legal document, or image files can be kept of important documents such as birth certificates and tax records. Scanning for archiving (also known as scanning to file) is different from scanning for OCR, which is explained in the next section 1. Place the material to be scanned on the Document Feed Tray. The material could consist of either a single sheet of paper or a stack of paper. 2. Launch ScanWizard 5 in stand-alone mode or from your image-editing software. If you are not sure how to do this, refer to your ScanWizard documentation. 3. Specify your own scan settings by clicking on the Tool buttons in the Standard Control Panel; or by selecting the appropriate setup items from the Settings window in the Advanced Control Panel. 4. Click and hold the Scan to button to start multiple, automatic scanning. After the scan, the scanned and processed image can be saved as a file, opened in an image-editing program, sent to print, attached to an e-mail, or uploaded to a website.
Before you use the ADF-700 extensively, you may wish to use the preview feature Previewing can be useful to see if the physical mechanism in your ADF-700 is working properly in conjunction with the ScanWizard 5 scanning software. Previewing requires only the use of a single sheet of paper (with some text or material on it). Once the paper-scanning mechanism is established and verified, you can then proceed to use the ADF-700 extensively and with assurance. To do the preview, follow the steps below: 1. Load a piece of paper from the paper stack into the ADFs Document Feed Tray. 2. Click the Preview button to perform a preliminary view of the entire image. When done, a preview image appears in the preview window. At this moment, the previewed page is delivered to the document tray from the ADF's Document Feed Tray. Load the previewed page, along with the paper stack, on the ADF's Document Feed Tray. You are now ready to scan.
Scanning for OCR 1. Place the documents to be scanned on the Document Feed Tray. 2. Launch ScanWizard 5 in stand-alone mode or from your image-editing software. In the ScanWizard 5 Standard Control Panel, specify the following settings: a) Click the Original button, then select Text Document as your scan material type. b) Click the Scan Type button, then select Black & White as your output image type. c) Click the Purpose button, then select OCR Text.
Note: When scanning colored text originals, you must select Photo and use either True Color/Web Color (unless B/W is the chosen output). 4. Click and hold the Scan to button. When the options menu appears, select OCR. 5. When the OCR: Save As dialog box appears, use the default Document file name, or key in your preferred file name and select the export file format (.rtf,.txt,.htm,.xls, or.pdf ).
Selecting this check box will create files under the specified file name, and numbers are added serially and in order to generate multiple file names for the scanned/saved documents. For example, assuming the document is saved as "Sample," the first document will be Sample.001, followed by Sample.002, Sample.003, etc.
6. The default language for OCR is English. To change the language, select your preferred language from the OCR Language options menu. 7. Click Save to start OCR scanning from the top sheet. The scanned document will be saved to your chosen folder. If the check box Send document to application after saving is enabled, the saved file is automatically opened to your designated application for further editing. If the check box Save multiple pages as a single file is enabled, all pages of the originals are scanned before they are saved under a single file name. Take note that this will not work if the chosen output file format is PDF. The PDF file format can only be saved and assigned with individual file names for each page when you perform OCR scanning.
Fixing Paper Jams
1. Open the feeder cover by lifting the two Earlobe Levers located on each side of the cover.
2. With the cover fully opened, pull out the jammed document from the feeder by doing the following: Pull the paper in a forward direction if paper is jammed in the first stage (paper feed) rollers. If the paper is jammed in the second stage (scanning) rollers , you may pull it out in either direction (forward or backward). You can also open the transparent cover of the scan sensor area (at the bottom of the feeder) to pull out the jammed paper.
Cleaning the Scan Sensor Cover The transparent cover of the scan sensor area at the bottom of the feeder needs to be cleaned regularly to maintain clear transparency for quality scanning. Use nonabrasive lint-free cloth to gently wipe both surfaces of the cover. To remove stains, use cotton swabs moistened with rubbing alcohol.
Cleaning the Rollers Prolonged use of the ADF-700 may result in accumulation of ink and other residue on the feeder's rollers, affecting their efficiency. Check for residue on the rollers if paper flow through the rollers becomes erratic. Open the feeder cover periodically to clean the rollers with a lint-free cloth or a swab moistened with water. Note: Do not attempt to turn the roller while cleaning, as this may damage the train drive mechanism of the ADF-700.
How to Replace the Rubber Pad The rubber pad in your Auto Document Feeder (ADF) is designed to make document feeding smooth. After scanning approximatley 30,000 sheets through the ADF, the rubber pad may become worn out, and problems such as document double-feeds may occur. In this case, check the rubber pad and replace it with a new one if needed; two rubber pads are included in your scanner package for this purpose. Follow the procedures below for replacing the rubber pad. 1. Open the feeder cover by lifting the two Earlobe Levers on each side of the cover.
2. With the cover fully opened, press the two arms of the rubber pad inward with your fingers to pull out the rubber pad.
3. Insert and push the new rubber pad into the compartment until it snaps into place.
4. Close the feeder cover.
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Capacity Paper Basis Weight Paper Size 50 sheets of copy bond paper (unfolded) 16 to 24 lb. Min. A6 (105 mm x 148 mm) (4.14" x 5.83") Max. Legal (21.59 cm x 35.56 cm) (8.5" x 14") Accuracy Paper skew: 1 Paper length: 1% 1 failure per 500 pages (Failure occurs in the form of no feeds, multiple feeds, or paper jam) Connector 15-pin subminiature D-shell Physical Dimensions: 21.14" x 11.61" (537 mm x 295 mm) Input tray height: 3.14" (80 mm) Weight 5.73 lb. (2.6 kg) Power Consumption 6.5 W (max.) Operating 50F to 95F (10C to 35C) Environment 10% to 85% relative humidity
Addendum: Checking Your Firmware Version
You can check the firmware version of your scanner through the ScanWizard 5 scanning software. This can be done with either the Standard Control Panel or the Advanced Control Panel. Make sure your scanner is connected and turned on, then launch ScanWizard 5. a) In the Standard Control Panel, click the Scanner Info icon ( ) on the right corner of the window, and choose Scanner Information. A dialog box will appear showing the scanner type, model, firmware version, and status. b) In the Advanced Control Panel, go to the Scanner menu in the Preview window and choose Scanner Probe. A dialog box will appear showing the scanner ID, type, and firmware version.
Websites for Firmware Downloads If you need to download the firmware for the ScanMaker i700, go to the appropriate websites below: America: http://www.support.microtek.com/patch_files.phtml Europe: http://download.microtek.de/drivers Asia Pacific: http://184.108.40.206/Singapore/Web/driver2004.php Taiwan & China: ftp://ftp.microtek.com.tw/pub/Firmware/i700/filename
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Press Release Microtek ScanMaker i700
High-performance scanning with robust film handling and cutting-edge DIGITAL ICE Technology. Designed for corporate, SOHO mostly and home users who require greater productivity, the ScanMaker i700 includes tools that streamline the image editing workflow to yield higher productivity. This dual-media reflective and multi-format film scanner is one of the first scanners to integrate the exclusive DIGITAL ICE Technology and ColoRescueTM Technology automatically maps, identifies, and eliminates surface defects on photos and film that dramatically decreases the time to reconstruct surface-damaged prints. The ScanMaker i700 also offers best-of-class digital imaging quality, such as 48 bit colour; 9600 x 4800 dpi optical resolution, FireWire and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity, a built-in 4 x 9 transparency light plate, 4 versatile EZ-LockTM holders for 35 mm slides, filmstrips, medium format, 6 x 17 cm (panoramic), and 4 x 5 film, Microtek patented built-in FilmView window for previewing slides; 7 Smart Touch buttons, and an 8.5 x 14 scan bed. Added to the package of the ScanMaker i700 is in the standard version the award winning SilverFast SE from LaserSoft in its latest version. In the version ScanMaker i700 Silver SilverFast Ai, the most professional Scanning Software in the market, is bundled. It includes the new Smart Remove of defects application called SRDTM as well as the negative function NegaFixTM which is a key break through in negative-scanning quality. 120 negative profiles are provided as part of the software. If custom profiles are required, often needed for very old negatives, a range of sophisticated tools can help to guarantee precise settings.
In the third version ScanMaker i700 HDR SilverFast Ai and SilverFast HDR is included. The SilverFast HDR it the best supplement to SilverFast Ai, ideal for using 48 bit raw scan data. The integrated JobManager contains a batch scan function for faster and more effective workflow for 48 bit raw scan data. The user just inserts the corrections into a list and the JobManager does the rest. By concentrating on getting the data set, the productivity is optimized. In the second step these raw data are batch edited with SilverFast HDR. Time saving is tremendous, since storing the 48 bit data in HDR mode also includes a monitor version, which shows up much faster.
Product Features Built-in DIGITAL ICE Technology removes dust, scratches, wrinkles and tears from both film and photos automatically Superior 4800 x 9600 dpi optical resolution Includes versatile EZ-LockTM holders for 35 mm slides, film strips, medium format, 6 x 17 cm (panoramic) and 4 x 5 film Large built-in 4 x 9 transparency adapter for professional negative and positive film scanning Exclusive ColoRescueTM revives faded film and photos with one click Scan extra-large photos and documents up to 8.5 x 14 (legal size) Ultra-fast scanning with FireWire and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity Network scanning support (for Windows) for sharing scanner among clients and servers on a network
With superb 4800 x 9600 dpi optical resolution gives you the most detail, you can print poster-sized enlargements of your slides! ScanMaker i700 with 128,160-element staggered CCD reaches the resolutions of up to 4800 pixels per inch with high precision. Through its built-in 48-bit ADC (analogue to digital converter), ScanMaker i700 can convert originals into digital data in high fidelity format. It is capable of delivering full 48 bit depth colour for richer and smoother tonal values.
Ultra-fast scanning with FireWire and Hi-Speed USB connectivity Microtek's special electronic design provides both FireWire and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connections. By simply connecting the FireWire cable to your computer, you get 400 Mbps data transmission for fast, high-resolution image transfer. New Hi-Speed USB 2.0 is capable of 480 Mbps data transfer, with true plug-and-play capability. All USB 2.0 devices are backward compatible with older USB 1.1 ports.
Smart touch buttons let you choose from 7 useful and powerful functions DIGITAL ICE fix wrinkled, scratched creased and torn photos with on touch Scan instantly scan to file or an application Copy make color copies of your favorite photos Email Email photos to family and friends OCR from paper to digital in one easy step Scan-to-Web send photos directly to a photo-sharing web site Custom for faxing, power saving and more Damaged photo and film are a thing of the past with Microteks complete PictuRescueTM system. The ScanMaker i700 is equipped with Microteks exclusive PictuRescueTM system a total photo and film reconstruction and restoration solution that incorporates DIGITAL ICE Technology and ColoRescueTM Technology automatically maps, identifies, and eliminates surface defects on photos and film. Built into the hardware, it removes creases, scratches, rips, tears, and dust while it scans, bringing damaged media back to pristine, near-original quality. And ColoRescue brings faded colors back to life with a single click for more vibrant image. Save time and money restoring damaged photos, or just get the most out of your positives and negatives. DIGITAL ICE Technology* gets rid of surface defects so you dont have to.
*only Mac OSX
Built-in 4 x 9 transparency adapter delivers professional results with precision film scanning The ScanMaker i700 combines a built-in 4 x 9 transparent media adapter with Microteks exclusive EZ-LockTM film handling system for the most productive and efficient film scanning workflow possible. Specially designed EZ-LockTM film holders accommodate 35 mm mounted slides, 35 mm film strips, 4 x 5 film, medium format and even 6 x 17 cm panoramic. The film holders lock into place, ensuring perfect alignment and precise scans, as well as offering convenient batch scanning. With Microteks intelligent software, you can choose to scan a contact sheet of your slides or strips, or scan each frame in a single pass and save them into individual high-quality digital files. Scanning film has never been easier.
Valued Software Pack The ScanMaker i700 comes with a generous software and accessories package including Microteks ScanWizardTM 5, integrated Kodak Digital Science Color management system ( including the ICE Technology*) and scanner profiler, Microteks LAN WizardTM (network scanning software), Adobe Photoshop Elements 2, Photoshop Album SE, Ulead PhotoExplorer and ABBYY FineReader Sprint for OCR and LaserSoft SilverFast SETM*. In the version Silver LaserSoft SilverFast AiTM* full version is part of the package, in the version HDR SilverFast Ai and SilverFast HDR* is included.
* only for Mac OS X
Product Specifications Product Name Resolution Color depth Scan area Interface System Calibration time Preview time Bundled Accessorry ScanMaker i x 9600 dpi 48 bit (16 bit per channel) Reflective: 8.5 x 14 (216 x 356 mm) Transparent: 4 x 9 (102 x 229 mm) USB 2.0 / FireWire Win 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Mac OS 9.x (only Microtek ScanWizard) / Mac OS 10.x (including Panther) < 4 seconds < 4 seconds FireWire Cable Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Cable Multi-film medium holders (for 35 mm film strips, 35 mm slides, 6 x 9 cm and 6 x 17 cm panoramic film, 4 x 5 film) Microtek ScanWizard 5 (PC/Mac) with Digital ICE2 [ICE only OSX] Microtek LAN Wizard (PC) Kodak Digital Science Color Management Adobe PhotoShop Elements 2.0 (PC/Mac) ABBYY FineReader Sprint (PC/Mac) Ulead Photo Explorer (PC/Mac) Acrobat Reader (PC/Mac) LaserSoft SilverFast SE (only for Mac OS X) LaserSoft SilverFast Ai (Silver version, only for Mac OS X) LaserSoft SilverFast HDR (HDR version, only for Mac OS X) Digital ICE Technology support for photo and film Dual-interface USB 2.0 and FireWire Network scanning support (Windows only) One-touch buttons for scanning copying, email, OCR, Web photo sharing and DIGITAL ICE Microteks patented FilmView for film preview ADF support (option)
Specifications are subjects to change without prior notice.
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