Question about Canon DR-7080C Flatbed Scanner

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I am interesting that how to reach 36ipm for duplex ADF scanning.. 1, Is it 3 pass ADF scanning by the only one Image Sensor ? 2, Or is it 2 pass ADF scanning by the only one Image Sensor ? If it's 2 pass. Does it mean the paper order will become upside down ? 3, Or what kind of Tech. to let it reach 36 ipm for Duplex ADF scanning?

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  • OPSun Sep 10, 2009

    Dear Sir,

  • OPSun Sep 10, 2009

    Dear Sir,

    Thanks in advance..But It's not what I ask..(Sorry for my poor English..)

    Actually, I didn't have this scanner, but I have a couple question for the paper feed process during ADF scanning.



    I want to know..

    When the user set 200x200dpi & Duplex ADF scanning..

    How many time that paper will pass through the Image Sensor?



    A) One time? ( But I guess it's impossible due to this scanner just have one Image Sensor.. How can it just scan one pass to get the both of front & back side image.



    B) Two time? ( 1st pass to get the front side . the 2nd pass to get the back side )...But in case ,after the Paper eject, the Paper will become upside down. ( the Paper order will be reversed)



    C) Three time? ( 1st pass to get the front side. the 2nd pass to get the back side. the 3rd pass to turn the paper back to keep the original front side still face to upside.



    Your prompt feedback will be very appreciated.



    Thanks,

    OP Sun

  • OPSun Sep 11, 2009

    Dear Sir,

    Thanks for your detail information...

    But it's still NOT what I need.. Regarding the meaning of IPM for Duplex, I already knew..

    But now, I need that someone expert had the experiences about using the Canon DR-7080C to do the duplex ADF scanning.. and explain to me about how the scanner flip the paper to scan the duplex side to get the both side image by one Image Sensor...

  • OPSun Sep 11, 2009

    I need that someone expert had the experiences about using the Canon DR-7080C to do the duplex ADF scanning.. and explain to me about how the scanner flip the paper to scan the duplex side to get the both side image by one Image Sensor...

  • OPSun Sep 11, 2009

    As what you mention.. It should mean it's 2 pass ADF for Duplex scanning...But I want to double confirm..Did you really see the Canon DR-7080C's duplex scanning as same as what you mention?



    BTW, your mention should still have something wrong..

    "reversing the page with page 2 facing the sensor. When page 2 is scanned, the paper moves towards to output eject tray. After the paper is ejected, page 2 will be on the up facing side and page 1 will be on the bottom,"



    Actually, the Page 2 should be bottom face, and page 1 will be up due to the Image Sensor is on bottom as flatbed side.



    and could you share what's Xerox product name to let me know?



  • OPSun Sep 11, 2009

    Thanks in advance.

    Maybe I try to explain what I understand to confirm with you?



    #1, This scanner is U-Type ( U-Turn ) ADF Scanner . and it will run 2 pass for duplex ADF Scanning.

    #2, This scanner only have one Image Sensor on Flatbed side ( Sensor face up ).

    #3, When the Paper put on Input tray and the 1st paper(Paper_1) is on upside.. th last paper(Paper_N) is on downside. Page_1A is the front side of 1st Paper is facing up.. Page_1B is the back side of 1st Paper is facing down.

    #4, When scanning Page_1A, the paper feed in and U-turn the upside of Paper_1 to face down for Flatbed Image Sensor to get the image.

    #5, When scanning Page_1B ,the paper will be flip by some reversed system to let Page_1B to face down for Flatbed Image Sensor to get the image.

    #6, after the duplex scanning, the Paper_1 will be ejected directly to output tray..

    #7, the Paper_1 will become the 1st paper from downside and Page_1B will face down and Page_1A will face up.

    #8, After all scanning finished, take the stack of paper. we will face to Page_2 of Paper_1 first. So the Page Order will become 1B, 1A, 2B, 2A, 3B, 3A, & Paper Order still 1, 2, 3,... But the original paper stack is Page Order is 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B & Paper Order is 1, 2, 3,



    Am I right ? or Pls. correct me if which item is wrong..

    Thanks a lot.



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Actually, the page order is determined by the path of the paper feed. You can arrange it either way. The performance is about the same. If you have a straight paper path except the 2nd pass page flipping, you output order will be the same as input, but upsidedown. If either the input or output is flipped to stack the input or output on top or bottom of the paper bath, then the page order will be collated upside down, meaning page order will be 2, 1, 4, 3, 6, 5 and so on. But if you flip both input and output, then you will have the same page order as the input, but upside down.

I have a big Xerox that can optically process around 30 letter size ppm duplexed. It has only one stationary optical sensor, but many big motors. The paper is fed through the system sideways to increase speed.

36ipm is not that fast. That's only 4ppm. Did you mean 36ppm? If you really meant 36ipm, just about any conventional design will get you that speed. If you want 36ppm, you only need an 8m pixel sensor to do 300dpi on letter size paper, assuming you go with a stationary sensor with a flash.

I hope this will help.

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  • Ancestor_22 Sep 11, 2009

    I am sorry if I misunderstood you. Let me try my best to help with your questions. First, the Canon scanner has the input tray on top, and let's say page 1 in on the up facing side and page 2 is on the bottom side of the paper. When the scan starts, the paper is feed to the platen glass with page facing downward towards the sensor. When page 1 is scanned, the paper will move back towards to input tray but fed under the feed guide looping right back into the platen glass, thus reversing the page with page 2 facing the sensor. When page 2 is scanned, the paper moves towards to output eject tray. After the paper is ejected, page 2 will be on the up facing side and page 1 will be on the bottom, therefore, preserving the collating order, except the whole stack will be upside down. What's important is that the collating order is still page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and so on. If the output tray were to be ejected to the side instead of looping to the top, the page order would be 2, 1, 4, 3, 6, 5 and so on.

    I hope this help.



  • Ancestor_22 Sep 11, 2009

    I just verify the paper path with the manual. It is pretty much like what I thought it was. After page 2 is scanned, the paper is fed towards the eject tray on top of the platen and under the input tray. The page is flipped because the paper goes around the roller turning the page 180 degree before it is ejected to the tray. So page 2 should be facing upward. I am fairly sure about that.

    The Xerox I have is currently in another city. It looks a lot like this one: http://www.support.xerox.com/docu/xerox1..., but mine is an older model. It is huge. The peak speed is right around 100ppm. It has a stabler, a sorter, and a built in hard drive to store the scanned jobs. It is so heavy that it took 6 strong men to move it. I am not looking forward to move this beast anytime soon.


  • Ancestor_22 Sep 11, 2009

    If the eject tray was on the side of the glass platen, then what you said would be true. But based on the DR 7080C manual, the eject tray is above the glass platen, so the page is flip in as the paper moves from the glass patten around the feed roller 180 degrees before it is ejected into the tray. Are we talking about this scanner?

  • Ancestor_22 Sep 18, 2009

    Sorry for not able to reply sooner. There is a bug with this site. Threads get locked from time to time. I was unable to reply when this thread was locked. Anyway, the scanner does not eject the finished pager directly, the eject rollers turns the paper upside down before ejecting to the eject tray, which is right on top of the glass platen. So the output order starting from the very bottom is 1-A, 1-B, 2-A, 2-B.

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Hi, the question is a bit confused, I will try to answer.

If you want to scan 36ipm you need to set resolution at 200x200 dpi.

Let me know if you have any further question.

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Here Canon support page.

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    Hi, I did not receive your last question.

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If you have a duplex option it it will flip the images back the coreect orientation after scanning. IPM will vary as duplexing takes longer being that the unit needs to flip each page but each page would count as 2 scans. Most machines are rated at their max IPM while doing single sided scanning (not double sided) unless your manual states so. Notmally double sided scanning is 1/2 the actual rated IPM due the ADF having to spin the papers. Hope this answers your question..

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    James Brooks Sep 11, 2009

    Sure, that helps. Most machines only have one scanner. Its hard to scan top/bottom at same time as light would bleed through to the paper and cause shadows. I worked on Xerox copiers for 9 years and even our $100k machines had only one scanner and reversed the pages. the difference is the high end machines will scan side one then 2 and put pages back in original orientaton as they normally have a higher IPM but the smaller home office machine save time/wear by only turning one time then ejecting upside down. If you scan multiple pages they will still come out in order no matter which it does, the only difference is they will come out first page on the bottom and you will have to re orientate them, they will still be in order but upside down. You will not get 36ipm on smaller non commercial copiers when duplexing, its not possible. The machines that do this at 36+ipm are about the size of a washing machine. hope this helps

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Next, install the drivers and software for this device. Those should have come with an installation disc, but if you don't have that disc, you can get them from the PIXMA MP830 support site, here:
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=123&modelid=12804

To scan a single document, place the document:
1. Place the document face down on the platen glass.
2. Open the MP Navigator 2.2 software.
3. Click Scan Photo/Document.
4. Click Document Type drop-down arrow and select the type of document to be scanned. Chose from the following types.
  • Color Document(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of color documents.
  • Color Document(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of color documents.
  • B/W Document(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of monochrome documents.
  • B/W Document(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of monochrome documents.
  • Text(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of text documents.
  • Text(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of text documents.
5. Click 'Specify' and set the preferences as required. Click here for detailed information

6. After making the setting changes, click 'Scan'

7. Click 'Save to PC' or 'Save as PDF file'. Save to PC is displayed when an image is captured with Scan Photo/Document or Batch Scanning


The directions for Batch Scanning, or using the ADF to scan, are shown below.
  1. Place the document(s) in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
    1. To scan using the ADF, remove any documents from the platen glass.
    2. Open the document tray.

      mp830_documenttrayopened.jpg
    3. Insert the documents face-up in the ADF and then adjust the document guides.

      mp830_adfguides.jpg
      Note:
      When scanning using the ADF, the documents will automatically feed.


  2. On the Windows desktop, double-click 'MP Navigator 2.2'.
    1. Alternatively, on the Windows taskbar, click 'Start', point to '(All) Programs', 'Canon', then 'MP Navigator 2.2'.
    2. Then click 'MP Navigator 2.2'. MP Navigator opens.

  3. Click 'Batch Scanning'.

    mp830_batchscanning01.gif

  4. Click Document Type drop-down arrow and select the type of document to be scanned. Chose from the following types.

    * Color Document(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of color documents.

    * Color Document(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of color documents.

    * B/W Document(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of monochrome documents.

    * B/W Document(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of monochrome documents.

    * Text(Simplex): Select this to scan one side of text documents.

    * Text(Duplex): Select this to scan both sides of text documents.

  5. Click 'Specify' and set the preferences as required. Click here for detailed information.

  6. After making the setting changes, click 'Scan'.
    1. After the documents are scanned, a dialog box will appear indicating to load the next document.

      mp830_scancomplete.gif
    2. After the next document is loaded, click 'Scan'.
    3. Repeat steps 6a and 6b until all documents have been scanned and then click 'Exit' to end the scanning process.

  7. After all documents have been scanned, ensure the documents, in the preview area, are selected (have a check mark).

    mp830_batchscanning03.gif

  8. Click 'Save to PC' or 'Save as PDF file'. Save to PC is displayed when an image is captured with Scan Photo/Document or Batch Scanning.

    mp006.gif
    Save to PC dialog box


    mp007.gif
    Save as PDF file dialog box

  9. Make settings to save a file. (Click File save settings for details.)

  10. Click 'Save' after all settings have been selected.

Aug 27, 2009 | Canon PIXMA MP830 All-In-One InkJet...

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Hp scanjet 8250. I want to set my scanner to default to PDF when I am trying to email. That is the way we do most of our scanning and right now it defaults to RTF.


Have you considered simply scanning from within Adobe Acrobat or similar software that produces .pdf and then use the email feature within Acrobat?

As I look over the HP User Manual, I can't see any method to set the default output. It simply says...

Use the E-MAIL button() to scan documents or pictures and insert them in an e-mail message as an attachment. You must have an Internet connection and a supported e-mail application.
1. Place the original face down on the scanner glass or face up in the ADF. If you are scanning two-sided originals from an ADF, slide the DUPLEX switch to two-sided mode.
2.Press the E-MAIL button().A message appears asking if the original is a document or a picture.
3.Select Document or Picture, and click OK.Note:A preview image will not appear when scanning from the ADF. To change this preview setting, see the HP Photo & Imaging software Help.
4. Select the final scan area (the area inside the dotted lines) in the preview image.
5. Make adjustments to the preview image if needed.
6. Click Accept.The final scan area is scanned and your e-mail application is opened. The scanned image is added as an attachment to the e-mail message.
7. The Save As dialog box appears. Type a file name and choose a file type, and click OK.
8. Complete the e-mail as usual.

Aug 07, 2009 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Fujitsu fi5650 hispeed duplex scanner


Check the following items:
1 Does the document satisfy the paper specification?
2 Clean the Feed rollers and the Plastic rollers and see if the error is resolved.
3 Replace the Pick roller and the Brake roller and see if the error is resolved. Check the consumable counter in the software operation panel or in the built-in Maintenance mode. When the counter exceeds the values, replace the Pick roller or the Brake roller.
4 Are the cables between the Control PCA and the Feed motor damaged? Are the connectors connected properly?
5 Is the Optical unit ADF installed correctly?
6 Is the Belt ADF installed correctly?
7 Is the Belt ADF damaged?
8 Replace Feed motor and see if the error is resolved.
9 Replace the Optical unit ADF and see if the error is resolved.
10 Replace the ADF unit and see if the error is resolved.

Pls acknowledge of the issue is resolved.

Regards,

Tech Satya

Aug 06, 2009 | Fujitsu fi-5650C

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XEROX 6110 coloer printers


Xerox 6110 Code Description A1-1 to A1-32 All indicate a paper path problem, etc. in the ADF A2 ADF exit problems A3 Irregular size documents A5 ADF interlock A6 ADF single sheet document reset A7 Platen interlock A8 ADF exit interlock C1 Tray 1 jam C2 Tray 2 jam C3 Tray 3 jam C6-1, C6-2 Jams related to duplex C6-3 Registration sensor, re tray 1 C7-1, C7-2 HCF feed problems C7-3 Tray 1 feed problem C8 Paper stays in tray or duplex or HCF C9 Bypass feed problem E1-10 to E1-25 Internal jam E1-6 Paper on registration sensor E2 Reset signal happened. Might read E-2 something else E3-30 to E4-14 Exit jam E3-6 Exit jam E4-10 to E4-14 Inverter sensor not actuated E4-15 Inverter sensor E4-40 to E4-45 Duplex entry sensor E4-6 Inverter sensor E5 Front door interlock E6-1 Tray 1 interlock E6-2 2 tray or duplex interlock E6-3 HCF interlock E7-2, E7-3 Duplex interlock E8-6 to E8-15 Duplex entry sensor F1-1 Sorter entry sensor F1-6 Sorter exit sensor F3 Paper size not available for sort/stack F5 Sorter interlock J1 Add toner J3 Replace copy cartridge J7 Replace copy cartridge J8-1 Wrong copy cartridge installed J8-2 Copy cartridge EEPROM L6 Auditron or other counter problem L8 Platen glass temperature is too high L9 Communication problem between interimage erase/edge lamps and main board U1-1 Main motor drive problem U2-1 to U2-4 Scan home sensor U3-1 Lens sensor U4-1 Open fuser thermistor U4-2 Fuser did not warm up properly U4-3 Fuser temperature too high U4-4 Fuser problem. Staying on too long U4-6 High fuser temperature U5-1 Sorter bin home switch not activated U5-2 Sorter bin home switch stayed actuated U5-3, U5-4 Sorter bin home switch U6-1 ROM problem U6-2 RAM problem U6-3 Low battery U6-4 Incorrect value in NVM. Reinitialize main board with code 20-96 U8-1 to U8-6 Problem with exposure lamp, lamp sensor, lamp board

Jan 03, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Ricoh Aficio 1035 ARDF is not duplexing, why?


Call a technician, seems like the original is not making the second scan pass and thus displaying a mis-feed, cut also be a small piece of paper in the feeder bloacking a sensor, bad sensor or worn feed tires. www.mfpsolutions.blogpsot.com

Sep 30, 2008 | Ricoh Aficio 1035 Copier

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