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Re: I need a part number for a power switch to the Kodak...
Does this thing have a conventional SPST power switch? If you know that is what is wrong, just open it up and mount whatever sort of power switch you want in there, so long as it meets nominal power requirements...
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Some kodak of the i2000 series abide by different energy conservation standards. You can increase both power off \ sleep settings to 240 (4 hours), maximum. Unfortunately when the newer energy conserv's go have to be power cycled to resurrect. I have a tiny text script I can send that will make the 2400 never turn off I'm just not around my PC right now. Stay tuned!
Error 55: "Lamp I2C error reading from DAC". Operator log message: "Cycle power, if problem persists, call service.". This error is involves communication errors between the LED AY and the DAC. A couple things can be done to alleviate this issue but unfortunately, as a user, you can only perform the first step. The other steps require a Kodak Field Engineer to complete. First step, upgrade your Firmware. Firmware updates can be found at the following web page: http://graphics.kodak.com/DocImaging/US/en/Support_Center/Document_Scanners/Production/i5200_Scanner/Support/Drivers_And_Downloads/i5000_Series_Scanner_Firmware/index.htm. If you still experience issues following the firmware upgrade, call Kodak Service & Support to schedule a field engineer to be dispatched to your site.
Open the Scan Validation Tool. Select TWAIN / KODAK i2000 Scanner. Click the setup button (top left icon). Highlight Default. Click the settings button at the bottom after highlighting Default. Click Device. Power Saver / Power Off values are now shown. Maximum setting is 240 (4 hours).
Go into C:\programdata\ and remove the kds_kodak folder. It may ask you to skip files it can't delete. Just click skip for all of them (probably around 15 files). Then reboot your computer and you should be able to scan.
Are you using a Kofax SCSI card or an normal SCSI controller like Adaptec?
By using a normal SCSI controller, is there an ASPI driver problem after a
WIN XP update? After an update check the ASPI dlls in \sytem32. They should be version
4.71 or higher.
Check the SCSI connector pins and the terminator. If available change the cable.
Scanner check: Is the green lamp (Ready) on or is the red lamp (Error) on?
- green lamp on: the internal self test is ok, but the internal SCSI interface may possibly faulty.
- red lamp on: the internal selftest detect an error. It's possible that the DC/DC power board, the CPU board or the power supply inside the scanner is defective. After reassembling the front side camera you will see at the bottom a PCA board with some LEDs whitch indicate by red light the different voltages when power is on. You find the different voltages printed at the PCA close to the LEDs. In case on or more LEDs don't shine the according DC/DC transformer on the PCA is defective. Futher you see LEDs at the camera PCAs. They should be on too.
In case the CPU board has an defect you must have an special Kodak activation tool to unlock an new or used CPU board after exchange.
The Kodak 3500 scanner series is probably the best scanner ever made, but NO, it doesn't read anything! Think of it as a digital camera. It only takes pictures. All OCR, ICR, BAR Code, etc. has to be read by software. Your software looks at the images and pull any info that it has been designed to detect off of that image. Some older scanners had built in bar code and patch code reading, but more and more, the software now does it, usually in conjunction with a Kofax card in the PC.