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Avision DT-0602S User`s manual
A3 Bookedge Scanner
User’s Manual
Regulatory model: DT-0602S
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FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This product has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
The FCC Class B
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
ƒ
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
ƒ
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
ƒ
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
ƒ
Consult your point of purchase or service
representative for additional suggestions.
CE Warning
This product satisfies the Class B limits of EN55022,
EN55024 and safety requirements of EN 60950.
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Disposal of Waste Equipment by Users in Private
Union
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that the product can not be disposed of with your other
household waste. Instead it should be sent to appropriate
facilities for recovery and recycling in an effort to protect
human health and the environment. Fore more information
about where you can drop off your waste equipment for
recycling, please contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Avision Inc.
has determined that this product meets the ENERGY
STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
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System Requirements
¾
IBM compatible PC 586, Pentium or higher
¾
Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP
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USB port 2.0 (compatible with USB 1.1)
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At least 100 MB of free hard disk space
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At least 128 MB of system memory
¾
A CD-ROM drive
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Table of Contents
1.
Introduction ...................................................... 1-1
2.
Scanner Installation ........................................ 2-1
2.1
2.2
2.3
3.
completing your first scan ............................. 3-1
3.1
3.2
4.
PRECAUTIONS............................................................. 2-1
UNLOCKING YOUR SCANNER ....................................... 2-2
INSTALLING THE SCANNER DRIVER AND CABLES ........ 2-3
2.3.1 Connecting to Power............................... 2-3
2.3.2 Installing the Scanner driver ................ 2-3
2.3.3 Connecting to Computer........................ 2-4
PLACING YOUR ORIGINAL ............................................ 3-1
VERIFYING YOUR SCANNER INSTALLATION ................. 3-2
Using the Scanner Properties Box................ 4-1
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
BUTTONS ON THE SCANNER PROPERTIES DIALOG BOX 4-2
THE IMAGE TAB.......................................................... 4-4
4.2.1 The Image Selection Box....................... 4-5
4.2.2 Other Image Options.............................. 4-8
4.2.3 Scanning color images ......................... 4-13
4.2.4 Scanning grayscale images................. 4-14
4.2.5 Scanning B&W images ......................... 4-14
4.2.6 Editing Profiles ....................................... 4-15
THE COMPRESSION TAB ........................................... 4-18
THE COLOR DROPOUT TAB ....................................... 4-20
4.4.1 Color Dropout Selection....................... 4-20
4.4.2 Other Color Dropout Options .............. 4-21
THE PAPER TAB ........................................................ 4-23
4.5.1 Cropping.................................................. 4-24
4.5.2 Other Paper Selection .......................... 4-27
4.5.3 Relative to Document........................... 4-31
THE OPTIONS TAB.................................................... 4-34
THE SETTING TAB .................................................... 4-39
THE INFORMATION TAB ............................................ 4-42
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5.
ISIS Interface operation ................................ 5-1
6.
Using the Button.............................................. 6-1
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
7.
care and Maintenance..................................... 7-1
7.1
8.
CLEANING THE GLASS ................................................ 7-1
Troubleshooting ............................................... 8-1
8.1
8.2
9.
INSTALLING BUTTON MANAGER .................................. 6-2
CHECKING THE BUTTON CONFIGURATIONS BEFORE
SCANNING .................................................................. 6-3
SCANNING FROM ONE TOUCH OF THE BUTTONS ......... 6-5
PERFORMING CONTINUOUS SCAN FROM THE FLATBED 6-6
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ................................ 8-1
TECHNICAL SERVICE .................................................. 8-3
Specifications ................................................... 9-1
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1.
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the Avision’s A3-sized
bookedge scanner. Avision is one of the leading companies to
make high quality color image scanner.
To ensure the optimum performance of the scanner, please
take a few minutes to read through this manual before you
install and operate the new scanner. The manual contains
valuable information on how to unpack, install, operate,
and maintain the scanner properly.
Figure 1-1 in below shows how the scanner is packed.
Please check if all items are included. If there is any item
missing or damaged, please contact your nearest dealer
immediately for replacement.
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2
3
1
4
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Scanner main unit
Power adapter
Power cord
USB cable
User’s manual/CD
Figure 1-1 Scanner Packaging
Note: When you unpack the scanner, retain the
packing material and shipping box in case you may
transport the scanner in the future.
Note:
1.
2.
Only use the AC adapter (HEG42-240200-7L by HiTron)
included in the machine. Using other AC adapters may
damage the machine and void the warranty.
Please unpack the packing carefully, and check the
contents against the checklist. If any items are missing
or damaged, please contact your dealer immediately.
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2.
2.1
SCANNER
INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
•
Keep the scanner out of direct sunlight. Direct
exposure to the sun or excessive heat may cause
damage to the unit.
•
Do not install the scanner in a humid or dusty place.
•
Place the scanner securely on an even, flat surface.
Tilted or uneven surfaces may cause mechanical
problems.
•
Keep the shipping box and the material in case you may
need to ship the scanner again.
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2.2
UNLOCKING YOUR SCANNER
To protect the scanning unit from damage during
transportation, a lock switch is designed at the back of the
scanner to keep the scanning unit from moving. To unlock
the scanner, move the lock switch up as shown in Fig. 2-1.
Locked
Unlocked
Figure 2-1 Unlocking the Scanner
Scanning unit at this
position before
locking the scanner
Figure 2-2 Home position
Note: If the scanning unit is not located at the front of the
scanner before transporting the scanner, be sure to do the
follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn on the scanner.
The scanning unit should move to the front of the
scanner.
Press the lock switch down to the “Lock position”.
The scanner is now ready to transport.
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2.3 INSTALLING THE SCANNER DRIVER AND CABLES
Note:
1. The Windows system CD may be required when
installing on some PC’s.
2. To ensure your computer can identify the USB
scanner, please install scanner driver first before
connecting the scanner to your computer.
2.3.1
CONNECTING TO POWER
Make sure the power of scanner is off.
Plug the small end of the power adaptor into the power jack
of your scanner. Insert the other end to an appropriate
power outlet.
Power Cable
2.3.2
INSTALLING THE SCANNER DRIVER
1.
Place the supplied CD-ROM onto your CD-ROM drive.
2.
The software installation graphic appears. If not, run
“setup.exe”.
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3.
Choose Install Button Manager first and then install
Scanner Driver and follow the on-screen instruction to
complete the installation.
2.3.3
1.
CONNECTING TO COMPUTER
Connect the square end of the USB cable to the USB port
of your scanner. Connect the rectangle end to the USB
port of your computer.
USB cable
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2. The computer should detect a new USB device and
prompt a “New Hardware Found” message.
(Windows 9X/Windows ME)
3.
In Windows 9X, Windows 2000 or Windows ME, confirm
that the “Search for a better driver.” is selected and
click the “Next” button.
In Windows XP, click the Next button to continue.
When the XP certification screen appears, click
Continue Anyway to complete the installation.
4.
5.
When the Finish dialog is prompted, click the Finish
button.
Click “View Manual” to view or print the detailed user
manual for the scanner and bundled applications
respectively.
Note:
To uninstall the scanner driver in Windows XP/2000, be sure to
keep your scanner connecting to your computer.
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3.
3.1
COMPLETING YOUR
FIRST SCAN
PLACING YOUR ORIGINAL
Open the document cover then place your original face
down on the document glass as shown in Fig. 3-1.
Make sure the top of your original near the document
alignment mark.
1
2
3
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
Document cover
Document alignment mark
Your original
Document glass
Figure 3-1 Placing the original
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3.2
VERIFYING YOUR SCANNER INSTALLATION
To verify if your scanner installation is correct, Avision
provides you a useful test program called Avision Capture
Tool. With this tool, you can perform simple scans and
view the captured images. In addition, it helps you
complete your scan at a rated speed.
The following procedure describes how to verify your
scanner installation. If the installation is not correct, please
review the preceding section to check if the cable
connection and scanner driver have been successfully
installed.
Before you begin, be sure the scanner is on.
1.
Select Start>Programs>Avision AVxxx Scanner>Avision
Capture Tool.
The Select Scanner Model dialog box will be displayed.
2.
Select your driver type and scanner model and click OK.
The following Avision Capture Tool dialog box will be
displayed.
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Fit
Actual
Page Size
Setup
Scan
File Format
Save
File Path
3.
Choose your desired file format from the File Format
drop down list box. (Default is BMP, other choice
includes TIFF, GIF, and JPEG.)
4.
Type your desired folder name and file name in the File
Path box. (Default is C:\My Scan\Image.)
Note: If you do not wish to save the scanned image,
deselect the Save button since default is Save Enable.
In this case, the thumbnail view will be disabled. And
therefore, after viewing all the scanned images, only the
last one will remain on the screen.
5.
Click the Setup button (
) or choose Setup from
the File menu to prompt the Scanner Properties dialog
box.
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Image
Selection
Box
6.
From the Image Selection Box, choose your desired
image type for your scanned image. (Default is Front
B&W) If you have a duplex scanner, choose Front and
Rear to scan both sides of your document.
7.
Click OK to quit the Scanner Properties dialog box. (To
learn more details about the Scanner Properties dialog
box, please see the subsequent chapter, Using the
Scanner Properties Dialog Box.)
8.
Place your document face down on the document glass
or face up in the auto document feeder.
9.
In the Scan Validation dialog box, click the Scan button
(
) or choose Scan from the File menu.
10. The document will be scanned and displayed in the
Scan Validation screen. After the scanned images have
been displayed, your scanner installation verification is
completed.
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Status Bar
Fit Page View
Thumbnail View
11. You can view the scanned image in Fit Page (
Actual Size (100%) button (
toolbars at the right side.
) or
) from the Viewing
12. Click the Close box or Quit from the File menu to exit
the Scan Validation Tool.
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4.
USING THE SCANNER
PROPERTIES BOX
The Scanner Properties dialog box allows you to configure
the scanner’s settings. It consists of several tabbed
windows each of which will be described in this chapter.
The Scanner Properties dialog box
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4.1
BUTTONS ON THE SCANNER PROPERTIES
DIALOG BOX
The buttons on the Scanner Properties dialog box
Buttons
Defaults
Scan
Close
Description
Click the Defaults button, the factory default
settings will be shown on each tab.
After all the scan settings are satisfactory, click
the Scan button to start scanning your
document.
Click the Close button to leave the Scanner
Properties dialog box.
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The following table shows the default settings:
Tab name
Image
Default settings
Image:Front B&W
Binarization:Dynamic Threshold
Resolution:200 dpi
Invert:Blank on White
Scan Source:Auto Document Feeder
Threshold:None
Brightness:None
Contrast:None
Compression
None
Color Dropout
None
Paper
Cropping:Automatic
Deskew:Yes
Orientation:Portrait
OverScan:0.00
Multifeed Detection:None
Unit:Inch
Options
Rotation Degrees:None
Blank Page Removal:None
Edge Fill:White,0 mm
Image Control Option:None
Setting
Enable Energy Saver:Enable, 15
minutes after last scan action
Show Scanning Progress:Yes
Show Warning Message:Yes
Save Settings after Closing:Yes
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4.2 THE IMAGE TAB
The Image tab allows you to choose the front side and (or)
the rear side of your document, the type of image, and to
set several basic scan settings. Note that except for the
resolution, you can set individual scan settings for the front
side and the rear side. For example, all settings in the
Image tab, Compression tab, Color Dropout tab can be set
individually for the front and the rear side. However, the
settings in the Paper tab, the Option tab, and the Setting
tab have to be set the same for the front and rear side.
The Image tab dialog box
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4.2.1
THE IMAGE SELECTION BOX
The Image Selection box includes
the image type and document side
option. If you wish to scan both
the front side and the rear side of
your color document, you can
check both Front Color and Rear
Color at the same time. Note the
options vary based on type of
scanner.
Example 1:Scanning a two-sided color document,
both sides in color
Side/Image
Selection
Front
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Rear
Example 2:Scanning a two-sided color document,
one in B&W(Drop Blue Color:Threshold:10,
Background:79), the other in color
Side/Image
Selection
Front
Rear
Image
Type
Description
Color
Choose Color if you wish to scan a color
image for your original in color.
Gray
Choose Gray image if your original contains
actual shades of gray.
B&W
Choose B&W if your original contains only
text, pencil or ink sketch.
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B&W
Gray
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Color
4.2.2
OTHER IMAGE OPTIONS
Binarization
This is the process of converting a
grayscale or color image to a bi-tonal
image. There are several different
methods of performing this conversion.
Two of the options are Dynamic
Threshold and Fixed Processing.
Dynamic Threshold: Selecting
Dynamic Threshold allows the scanner
to dynamically evaluate each document
to determine the optimal threshold value
to produce the highest quality image.
This is used to scan mixed document
containing faint text, shaded background,
or color background with a single setting.
If Dynamic Threshold is selected,
Threshold, Brightness, and Contrast are
not available.
Fixed Processing: Used for black-andwhite and other high contrast documents.
A single level is set to determine the
black-and-white transition. The threshold
is programmable over the entire density
range. Fixed Processing sets Contrast
to 0. If Fixed Processing is selected,
Contrast is not available.
Quality
When you choose “Gray” to be your
image type, the “Binarization” item will
be changed to “Quality” and its option
includes “High” and “Normal”. Choose
“High” to enhance your image and make
your image look brighter.
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Threshold
Used to convert a grayscale image to a
bi-tonal image. The value ranges from 0 to
255. A low threshold value produces a
lighter image, and can be used to subdue
backgrounds and subtle, unneeded
information. A high threshold value produces
a darker image, and can be used to help pick
up faint images.
Adjust the threshold setting by dragging the
Threshold sliding bar to the left or right to
achieve the desired threshold setting.
200 dpi,
Threshold:80,
Brightness: 0
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200 dpi,
Threshold:170,
Brightness: 0
Brightness
Adjusts the lightness or darkness of an
image. The higher the value, the brighter
the image. Drag the slider to the right or
left to increase or decrease the brightness.
Contrast
Adjusts the range between the darkest and
the lightest shades in the image.
The
higher the contrast, the bigger the different
grayscale. Drag the slider to the right or
left to increase or decrease the contrast.
The range is from –100 to +100.
The range is from –100 to +100.
Brightness: -50
Contrast: -50
Brightness: 0
(Normal)
Contrast: 0
(Normal)
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Brightness: +50
Contrast: +50
Resolution
A good control of the resolution results a
good detail of an image that scans. The
resolution is measured by dots per inch
(dpi). Normally, the greater the dpi
number, the higher the resolution and the
image file size. Be aware that greater
resolution takes more time to scan, and
more disk space for the scanning image.
For your information, an A4 size color
image scanned at 300 dpi at True Color
mode consumes approximately 25 MB of
disk space. A higher resolution (usually
means over 600 dpi) is only recommended
when you need to scan a small area at
True Color mode.
Choose a resolution value from the drop
down list. The default value is 200 dpi.
Available resolutions are 75, 100, 150,
200,300, 400 and 600. Or you may
choose your desired value by clicking the
box in the right side of the drop down list
and press the arrow key to select your
desired value and then click the Add
button to include it in the drop down list.
Resolution: 75 dpi
Resolution: 150 dpi
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Invert
Reverses the brightness and the colors in the
image. The default setting is Black on a White
background. Reverse mode is White on a Black
background. For color images, each pixel will be
changed into its complementary color at the
command of Invert.
Black on White
White on Black
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Scan
Source
Choice:
Auto Document Feeder: Used to scan multiple
pages.
Flatbed: Used to scan a single page. For
example, pages from newspaper clipping, paper
with wrinkles or curls.
Flatbed (book): Used to scan several inside
pages from book.
Automatic: Allow the scanner automatically set
its scan source. If Automatic is selected and
there is document in both the auto document
feeder (ADF) and the flatbed, then the scan
source will be automatically set to ADF. If
Automatic is selected and there is document
only in flatbed, then the scan source will be set to
flatbed.
Note the options vary based on type of scanner.
4.2.3
SCANNING COLOR IMAGES
The following options are available for scanning color
images.
y Brightness
y Contrast
y Resolution
y Invert
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4.2.4
SCANNING GRAYSCALE IMAGES
The following options are available for scanning gray
images.
y Brightness
y Contrast
y Resolution
y Invert
4.2.5
SCANNING B&W IMAGES
The following options are available for scanning B&W
images.
y Binarization
y Resolution
(Dynamic Threshold)
y Invert
Or
y Binarization
y Threshold
(Fix Processing)
y Brightness
y Resolution
y Invert
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4.2.6
EDITING PROFILES
The Scanner Properties dialog box allows you to change and
save your frequently used scan settings into a profile. You
can edit these profiles by renaming or deleting them.
To add a new profile,
1.
2.
Customize your settings. (For example, change your
resolution, image type, cropping method, scan size, or
other scan settings.)
Click the Image tab and then choose “Profiles” to
prompt the “Edit Your Profile” dialog box.
3.
Click “Add” to enter the name of the profile and then
choose “Save”.
4.
The new profile will be saved and shown in the
“Profiles” dropdown list box.
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To load a profile,
1.
From the Image tab dialog box, choose your favorable
profile from the “Profiles” dropdown list box.
2.
Your favorable profile will be immediately loaded and
displayed on Scanner Properties dialog box.
To delete a profile,
1.
From the Image tab dialog box, click “Profiles” to
prompt the Edit Your Profile dialog box.
2.
Choose the profile you want to delete from the
dropdown list box.
Click “Delete”. A Confirm message “Are you sure you
want to delete this profile?” is prompted.
Choose “Yes” to delete or “Cancel” to quit.
3.
4.
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To rename a profile,
1.
From the Image tab dialog box, click “Profiles” to
prompt the Edit Your Profile dialog box.
2.
Choose the profile you want to rename from the
dropdown list box and then click the Rename button.
3.
Enter new name for the profile.
4.
Choose “Save” to save the new profile or “Cancel” to
quit.
Note:
The preset default profiles include Flatbed, Simplex-B&W,
200 dpi, Simplex-Gray, 200 dpi, Simplex-Color, 200 dpi,
Duplex-B&W, 200 dpi, Duplex-Gray, 200 dpi, Duplex-Color,
200 dpi. If you have a simplex or a sheetfed scanner, the
duplex or the flatbed option will not be available.
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4.3
THE COMPRESSION TAB
The Compression tab allows you to compress your scanned
image and choose the level of compression. Bi-tonal
images are normally compressed using CCITT standard
called Group 4 (G4). Color and grayscale images are often
compressed using JPEG technology. Move the JPEG
Quality slider to the right or left to increase or decrease
the level of compression. Note the greater the compression
level, the lower image quality. Default is 50%.
Note that the compression depends on your image editing
application. If your image editing application does not
support the type of compression format, then either a
warning message will appear or the image quality of the
compressed file will not be acceptable.
JPEG (Joint Photographic Editor Group). This group
developed and lent their name to a file compression
standard for color and grayscale images that is widely used
by scanners, and software applications. On Microsoft
Windows-based systems, a file with the extension .jpg has
normally been compressed using this standard.
For scanning color or gray images, the following
compressions are available:
y None
y JPEG
For scanning B&W images, the following compressions are
available:
y None
y G4
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The Compression tab dialog box
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4.4
4.4.1
THE COLOR DROPOUT TAB
COLOR DROPOUT SELECTION
Color Dropout tab allows you to drop either of the red, blue,
or green color in your scanned image. If your image
contains red color watermark or background, choose the R
(Red) channel then any red watermark or background will
be removed. This feature is used to sharpen your text
when using OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software.
Note that this function supports only black & white and gray
images. Therefore, be sure to choose any black & white or
gray image type while applying this function.
The Color Dropout dialog box
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4.4.2
OTHER COLOR DROPOUT OPTIONS
Advanced Processing provides two options that can
adjust your scanned image in the best optimal result.
Filter
Threshold
This value is used to determine the color
which will be dropped out. A lower value will
drop more of the selected color out, while a
higher value will leave more of the selected
color in.
Backgroun
d Level
The pixel which is higher than the
background value will be adjusted to the
lightest point. Adjust the value for both the
Filter Threshold and Background Level to
produce the best optimal result.
Example, slightly adjusting the background value
makes your text more clear.
Original
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Remove Blue, Threshold: 20, Background:
255
Remove Blue, Threshold: 20,
Background Level: 210
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4.5
THE PAPER TAB
The Paper tab allows you to define values relating to image
output (i.e., Auto Crop or not, Scan Area, OverScan, MultiFeed Detection).
The Paper tab dialog box
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4.5.1
CROPPING
Cropping allows you to capture a portion of the
document being scanned. Choice: Automatic,
Fixed to Transport, EOP (End of Page) Detection.
Options
Description
Automatic
Automatic adjusts the cropping window
according to different document sizes. Use
this option for batches of mixed-sized
documents.
Fixed to
Transport
This feature allows you to define the area
or zone to be imaged. Use for batches of
same-sized documents. If you select this
option, you can use the arrow keys to
define the x and y offset values, width and
length to redefine your scanned area. The
Display window will show image placement
as you change the values.
EOP (End of
Page)
Detection
This feature allows you to define the area
or zone to be imaged. Use for batches of
same-width but different length
documents. If you select this option, you
can use the arrow keys to define the x and
y offset values, width and length to
redefine your scanned area. The Display
window will show image placement as you
change the values.
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The following options are only available when Fixed to
Transport is selected.
y
X-Offset — the distance from the left end of the
scanner to the left edge of the scanning area.
y
Y-Offset — the position from the top end of the
document to the top end of the scanning area.
y
Width — the width of the scanning area.
y
Length — the length of the scanning area.
y
Center: automatically calculates the x-offset for
center-fed feeding based upon document size selected.
y
— relocate the scan area by click the arrow key
on the cross sign while retain the scan size. View the
result from the Display window.
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Example: Redefine your scan area ( x-offset: 2.25
inches;y-offset:1.13 inches)
Scan
Area
Display
window
After Fixed to
Transport
Original
The Redefined Scan Area
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4.5.2
OTHER PAPER SELECTION
Deskew
Use this option to automatically deskew a document.
Note: If the skew angle is
too great, some of the
image may be cut off.
Scan Area
Choose your desired paper size with the drop-down list box.
Or you may select a custom paper size by clicking the Scan
Area box and then click Add to include in the choice.
Choice: None, US Letter- 8.5”x 11”, US Legal – 8.5” x 14”,
ISO A4 – 21 x 29.7 cm, ISO A5 – 14.8 x 21 cm, ISO A6 –
10.5 x 14.8cm, ISO A7 – 7.4 x 10/5 cm, ISO B5 – 17.6 x
25 cm, ISO B6 – 12.5 x 17.6 cm, ISO B7 – 8.8 x 12.5 cm,
JIS B5 – 18.2 x 25.7 cm, JIS B6 – 12.8 x 18.2 cm, JIS B7 –
9.1 x 12.8 cm, Scanner Maximum, Long Page.
Long Page:
When you need to scan documents whose length exceeds
scanner maximum, please choose Long Page. Note if Long
Page is selected, the Multi-Feed Detection will not be
available. Options: Unlimited, Enter Length (Note: This
option varies due to type of scanner.)
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Choose “Unlimited” if you have a batch of long page
document with unknown length. Choose “Enter Length” to
enter the length and width of your documents or your
desired scan size on documents. This is useful when you
have a batch of documents with the same scan size or a
batch of same-sized documents.
OverScan
Overscan allows you to add a specific margin at top and
bottom or right and left (Options vary based on the type of
scanner) of the edge of the image. This is used to reduce
possible corner clipping on the skewed images and often
applied to a batch of skewed document to be scanned in
the auto document feeder. Select a value between 0 and
+5 mm. Note the overscan result will not be shown in the
Display window and that the availability of the function
varies based on type of scanner.
Multi-Feed Detection
Multi-Feed Detection allows you to detect overlapped
document that go through the auto document feeder.
Multi-Feed usually occurs due to stapled documents,
adhesives on documents, or electro-statically charged
document. Note: The availability of the function varies
based on type of scanner.
Additional Length Detection
Additional Length Detection allows you to define the length
of document being multi-fed. This value indicates the
additional length exceeding your scan area. The Display
window will show the size of the document as you change
the value. A value of 0 indicates no additional length
detection. The Additional Length Detection is best used
when scanning same-size documents in the auto document
feeder.
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Example:Additional Length Detection:Set
Additional Length to be 2.02 inches
2.02”
There are two options available if Multi-Feed is detected.
z
z
Stop Scanning after Multi-Feed
If this is selected, the scanner will stop the feeder if
multi-feed is detected.
Sound Alarm on Multi-Feed:
If this is selected and a wave file is added, the scanner
will produce a sound alarm if multi-feed is detected.
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How to add the sound alarm:
1. Click the Browse button on the right side of the speaker
icon. The Open dialog box appears.
2. Choose your wave file.
3. Click the Open button. The wave file is added.
Units
Defines the primary measurement system. Inches,
Millimeters, and Pixels are available.
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4.5.3
RELATIVE TO DOCUMENT
Relative to Document: (used for batches of same-sized
documents)
This option allows you to crop different areas on your
documents and deliver these images in B&W, Gray, or Color
separately. For example, there are applications which
require you to store the entire document in B&W and a part
of the document in color to save storage space. This is
useful for documents where a photograph, or signature
appears in a consistent area on the document such as
resumes, and so on.
The following procedure describes how to reproduce the
entire document in B&W and a portion of document (picture)
in color.
1.
2.
On the Paper tab, choose “Relative to Document” or
“Fixed to Transport” from the Cropping option.
Choose your scan size from the Scan Area option. The
selected scan size will be displayed in a red rectangular
box. This is also the scan size of your entire document.
(For example, ISO B5. If you have not chosen a scan
area and leave the selection as None, then the default
area will be the scanner’s maximum.)
1
A red
rectangular
box
2
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3.
Click the Preview tab to display the Preview window. A
black rectangular box appears to indicate the max.
scan size your have just selected.
The selected
image
The Image
Selection
Box
A black
rectangular
box
4.
Click the Preview button to view the entire image in
low resolution to correctly crop your relative scan area.
The Preview
Image
The Preview
Button
5.
Select image type from the Image Selection box. The
selected image will appear in highlighted color. (For
example, Front Color)
6.
Place your cursor on the Preview window and click your
left mouse button. A cross sign will appear as
illustrated. Create your relative scan size diagonally by
dragging the left mouse button to your preferable size.
The selected area will appear in a red box as illustrated.
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A Cross
Sign
7.
8.
The
Relative
Area
Check the B&W image from the Image Selection box to
scan the entire document.
Click the Scan button to start scanning the document
in two image types and sizes. (See the result in
below.)
The entire document in B&W
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The relative area in color
4.6 THE OPTIONS TAB
The Options tab allows you to set following additional image
processing settings.
The Option tab dialog box
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Flip Side
Rotation
Select “fanfold” to rotate the image
of the reverse side to 180 degrees.
This is applied to double-sided
document which are viewed in
portrait are sometime fed into the
scanner in landscape or vice versa.
Choice: Book, Fanfold.
If “Book” is selected, the image of
the reverse side will not be rotated.
The following illustration shows the documents which
should be viewed in portrait are fed into the scanner in
landscape
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Rotate Image
Choose the rotation angle from the
drop down list if you wish to rotate
your scanned image.
Choice: None, 90°CW(clockwise),
90°CCW(counter clockwise),
180°.
Original
Rotate
90°CCW
Blank Page
Removal
Rotate 90°CW
Rotate 180°
Check if you wish to remove the
blank page and move the slider to
the left or right to your desired
threshold.
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Edge
Fill
Check White or Black if you wish to add white or
black edge on the border of your scanned
image. Enter the value from 0 to 5 mm. Default
value is 0.
Original
Image
Control
Option
Edge Fill: 5mm (Black)
Check the Mirror box if you wish to reverse the
right and left side of your image.
Original
The Mirror Effect
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Background
Setting
This option allows you to set your scan
background.
Choice: White Background, Black
Background.
*This option varies based on type of scanner
and is available for the front page in the ADF
(auto document feeder) only. For the rear
page, only the white background is
available.
White Background
Black Background
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4.7 THE SETTING TAB
The Setting tab allows you to set the following settings:
The Setting tab dialog box
Energy Saving
Control
Check the Enable Energy Saver box
and move the slider to the right to set
the amount of time to start the energy
saver after your last action. The range
is from 1 to 720 minutes. The default
is 15 minutes.
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Batch Scan
Setting
z
Batch Scan
To increase the scanning speed, the
scanner first scans a few pages of your
document and then sends these scanning
data to the application. Therefore, during
scanning, the numbers of pages been
scanned on the scanner is somehow
different with the numbers of pages
displayed on your computer screen.
Choose this mode if you wish to complete
your scanning task at the fastest speed.
Page Scan
If you choose Page Scan, during scanning,
the scanner will first scan only one page of
your document and then send the scanned
data to the application and then scan the
next page and send the next data to the
application, and so on. Therefore, in this
mode, the scanning speed is slower yet this
helps to keep the same scanning progress
between the scanner and your computer
screen.
z
Show
Scanning
Progress
Note: The availability of this feature varies
based on type of scanner.
Check and the scanning progress bar will
be shown during scanning.
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Show Warning
Message
Check to show the warning messages
such as “ADF pad count exceeds
50,000 scans (the number varies
based on type of scanner). Please
replace the ADF pad and reset the pad
count.”
Save Settings
after Closing
Check to save your scanner properties
settings after leaving the dialog box.
Next time when you open the Scanner
Properties dialog box, the previously
saved settings will be shown.
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4.8 THE INFORMATION TAB
The Information tab displays the following system and
scanner information.
The Information tab dialog box
The “Report” button:
If you encounter any error message while using the scanner,
click the Report button. A report.txt file (C:\AVxxx) will be
generated. Please send this file to the nearest service
center for trouble shooting.
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The “Reset Pad Count” button」:
After scanning approximately 50,000 pages (the number
varies based on type of scanner) through the Auto
Document Feeder (ADF), the ADF pad may be worn out and
you may experience problems with document feeding. In
this case, it is highly recommended to replace the ADF pad
with a new one. (Please refer to the manual for proper
replacing procedure.) For ordering the ADF pad, please
consult your nearest dealer. After replacing the ADF pad,
click the “Reset Pad Count” button to reset the pad count.
The “Reset Roller Count” button」:
After scanning approximately 200,000 pages (the number
varies based on type of scanner) through the ADF, the ADF
roller may be worn out and you may experience problems
with document feeding. In this case, it is highly
recommended to replace the ADF roller with a new one.
(Note the replacement of the ADF roller has to be
performed only by authorized service center. Therefore,
please return your scanner for roller replacement.) After
replacing the ADF roller, click the “Reset Roller Count”
button to reset the roller count.
Note:
The lifetime and the replacing procedure vary based on
type of scanner. Please consult your nearest dealer for
more details.
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5. ISIS INTERFACE
OPERATION
The ISIS driver operation method is similar to the TWAIN’s.
Every function on the ISIS interface screen is briefly
described as below:
Mode: Select one of scan modes, including B/W, gray,
color options.
Dither: 5 halftone levels available, can be disabled.
Dots per inch: Select your desired resolution.
Paper Size: Select your desired paper size.
Brightness: Adjust your scan image brightness or
darkness.
Contrast: Adjust the range between the darkest and the
lightest shades in the image.
Default: Click to reset all settings.
Area: Select your desired scan area or position.
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6.
USING THE BUTTON
The convenient buttons on the scanner is shown as below:
Function Display
Function Selector
The Cancel/Stop Button
The Scan Button
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6.1
INSTALLING BUTTON MANAGER
To use the buttons on the scanner, you need to install the
Button Manager. To ensure the Button Manager work
properly, please FIRST install Button Manager before
installing the scanner driver.
Installing the Button Manager is easy. Insert the supplied
CD to your CD-ROM drive and follow the instructions on the
screen to complete the installation.
Button Manager provides you an easy way to scan your
document and then link the scanned image to your
designated software application. All this can be done by a
simple touch of the button on the scanner. Yet, before you
scan, it is recommended to check the button configurations
first to ensure a proper file format and a destination
application.
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6.2
1.
CHECKING THE BUTTON CONFIGURATIONS
BEFORE SCANNING
After the Button Manager and the scanner driver have
been successfully installed on your computer, the
Button Panel will be displayed in the Windows System
Tray at the bottom right corner of your computer
screen.
This indicates the scanner model
The Function
Icon
(The number of
function icons
vary based on
type of
scanner.)
The Button
Icon
The Button Panel
2.
The Button Panel shows the first five scanning buttons.
Right-click the button (function) you wish to check.
The Button Properties window appears.
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Click to select
options or
setting.
The button
number and
name.
The scan settings
for the selected
button.
The file
format of the
scanned
image. (*The
options vary
based on
type of
scanner.)
The destination
application.
(This is the
application that
opens after you
have finished
scanning.)
The default setting is indicated in highlighted color. If
you wish to change the setting, use this window to reset
the setting for the file format, destination application, or
other scan settings. See “Configuring the Button” in the
subsequent section to reset the settings.
3.
Click the OK button to leave the window.
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6.3
SCANNING FROM ONE TOUCH OF THE BUTTONS
1. Adjust the paper guide for the width of paper and load
the document with their tops into the automatic
document feeder.
2. Check the number on the LED screen to ensure if you
are selecting the proper scan settings and destination
application. (For example, if you want to scan with
button #4, which open Microsoft Paint and display the
scanned image in the main window of Microsoft Paint,
the LED screen should show 4).
3. Press the Scan button on scanner.
4. After the scanning is finished, the Microsoft Paint
software will be launched and the scanned image
appears in the main window of Microsoft Paint as below.
Note:
For details information on how to use the Button Manager,
please refer to the user’s manual in the supplied CD.
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6.4
PERFORMING CONTINUOUS SCAN FROM THE
FLATBED
If your scanner comes with a flatbed module, Button
Manager provides you a convenient feature to perform
continuous (multi-page) scan from the flatbed. Simply
inserting next page of your document and then pressing the
Scan button, your multi-page scan from the flatbed can be
completed. This feature is particularly useful when you
need to scan inside pages of a book.
To perform continuous scan from the flatbed,
1.
2.
Open the document cover.
Place your document with the text facing down on the
glass. Make sure that the upper left corner of your
document is near the home position as marked by
arrow.
Document
3.
4.
Document
Glass
From the Button Properties window, choose your file
format to be PDF, TIFF, or DjVu.
From the Options tab in the Button Properties window,
choose “Multi-Page”.
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5.
6.
7.
Check if the number displayed in the LCD screen is
your favorable setting for the scanned image.
Press the Scan button on the scanner.
When the scanner completes first-page scan, a
“Continue or stop” dialog box appears.
8.
9.
Place next page of your document on the glass.
Choose “Continue” or simply press the Scan button on
the scanner to scan next page.
10. If your scan is completed, click “Stop” to close the
dialog box.
Note:
1.
The scanner is designed to automatically set your scan
source. If your scanner is equipped with both the
auto document feeder and the flatbed, the scanner
can automatically set your scan source whenever
there is paper on the source. However, if there is
paper on both the auto document feeder and the
flatbed, the scanner will set auto document feeder to
be the scan source.
2.
If you choose to perform flatbed scan, the scanner can
still perform “automatic crop” and “deskew” for the
scanned image. However, the “Multi-feed Detection”
and “Duplex” functions will be disabled.
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7.
7.1
CARE AND
MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE GLASS
The procedures
1) Soak a cotton swab with some isopropyl alcohol. (95%)
2) Open the document cover as shown in Figure 7-1. Wipe
the document glass by moving the swab from side to
side.
3) Close the document cover. Your scanner is now ready
for use.
1
1. Document glass
Figure 7-1 The cleaning area
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8.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have problems with the operation of your scanner,
please check the following troubleshooting hints.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Question: When the scanner is powered on, it makes
noises and won’t stand ready.
Answer: There are two possibilities:
1) You might fail to push the scanner shipping
lock to its “use” position. If this is the case, pull
the scanner status switch to its “use” position
first.
2) The scanner is not placed on an even, flat
desktop surface. This may cause the scanner to
malfunction.
Question: The scanner is powered on, but the lamp does
not light up.
Answer: The lamp is probably out of order. Contact your
local dealer or distributor to replace the lamp.
For your information, the average life time of the
lamp is about 15,000 hours and the operating
temperature for the scanner is between
10°C(50°F) and 40°C(104°F).
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Question: While scanning, the scanner often makes noises,
or it scans back and forth.
Answer: Usually this means the memory of your computer
is not enough or the speed of your CPU too slow.
Please try to increase your memory to at least
32M or replace your CPU with Pentium or later.
Question: Why is it that the scanned image always
comes out to be too dark?
Answer: 1) Modify the Gamma setting to1.8~2.2 for your
monitor and, when printing, set the Gamma
setting to 2.2 for your printer.
2) Adjust the Brightness setting from the TWAIN
user interface to get a brighter image.
Question: The scanner works well except for the line art
image. The lines in the image seem to be much
thicker than the original one.
Answer: Increase the Brightness or adjust the Threshold
setting to improve line art image.
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8.2
TECHNICAL SERVICE
Technical support for Avision scanner is provided at Avision
Technical Assistance Center (ATAC). Before contact with
ATAC, please prepare the following information.
•
•
•
•
Scanner serial & revision number (located on the
bottom
of the scanner)
Hardware configuration (e.g., your host CPU type,
RAM size, free disk space, display card, interface card,
etc.)
The name and version of your software application
The version of your scanner driver.
Please call us at:
Avision Inc.
Address:
Telephone
number:
Fax number:
Web Site:
E-mail:
No.20, Creation Road I, Science-Based
Industrial Park, Hsinchu, Taiwan
+886 (3) 578-2388
+886 (3) 577-7017
http://www.avision.com
service@avision.com.tw
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9.
SPECIFICATIONS
All specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Model Number
DT-0602S
Scanner Type
Flatbed
Scanning Mode
Color/Grey/Black & White
Optical Resolution
600 * 600 dpi
Light Source
Cold cathode fluorescent lamp
Maximum Scanning Size
11.8” x 17”
Interface
High Speed USB 2.0
Power Requirement
24Vdc, 2.0A
Power Consumption
< 30 watts (operation)
< 6 watts (standby)
Humidity
20% to 80% RH
Operation Temperature
10°C to 40°C
Storage Temperature
-10 to 50°C
Dimension
645 x 428 x 135 mm (WxDxH)
Weight
7.6 kgs
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