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Manufacturer
Model Name
Bus Type
USB (new) Vendor-ID  Product-ID  (input four-digit hex numbers, e.g. 05d8 and 4002)

Backend Version Supported Devices Manual Page
Manufacturer Model Interface USB id Status Comment
Backends included in the current tarball - see SANE Distribution
epjitsu 20 Fujitsu ScanSnap S300 USB 0x04c5/0x1156 good Duplex, 150/225/300/600 dpi, color/gray/binary, AC/USB power, buttons/sensors all supported. Scanner always scans in _triplex_ color, fast USB required. sane-epjitsu
ScanSnap S300M USB 0x04c5/0x117f good Same as S300, with different usb id
ScanSnap S1300 USB 0x04c5/0x11ed good Same as S300, with different usb id
ScanSnap S1100 USB 0x04c5/0x1200 unsupported Beta version of backend source available, which works well, but breaks support for other epjitsu scanners. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1678335
fujitsu 117 Fujitsu ScanSnap N1800 Ethernet   untested small, current, integrated touchscreen and keyboard sane-fujitsu
ScanSnap fi-6010N Ethernet   untested small, current, integrated touchscreen and keyboard
ScanSnap S500 USB 0x04c5/0x10fe complete small, recent, discontinued
ScanSnap S500M USB 0x04c5/0x1135 complete small, recent, discontinued
ScanSnap S510 USB 0x04c5/0x1155 complete small, recent, discontinued
ScanSnap S510M USB 0x04c5/0x116f complete small, recent, discontinued
ScanSnap S1500 USB 0x04c5/0x11a2 complete small, discontinued
ScanSnap S1500M USB 0x04c5/0x11a2 complete small, discontinued, same as S1500
ScanSnap iX500 USB WiFi 0x04c5/0x132b good small, current, WiFi not supported. Hardware only scans in color. Backend generates binary and grayscale modes.
Backends included in the development repository - see SANE git Access
epjitsu 25 Fujitsu ScanSnap S300 USB 0x04c5/0x1156 good Duplex, 150/225/300/600 dpi, color/gray/binary, AC/USB power, buttons/sensors all supported. Scanner always scans in _triplex_ color, fast USB required. sane-epjitsu
ScanSnap S300M USB 0x04c5/0x117f good Same as S300, with different usb id
ScanSnap S1100 USB 0x04c5/0x1200 good Hardware only supports 300 and 600 dpi simplex color. Backend manufactures gray and binary modes.
ScanSnap S1300 USB 0x04c5/0x11ed good Same as S300, with different usb id
ScanSnap S1300i USB 0x04c5/0x128d good Similar to S1300.
fujitsu 118 Fujitsu ScanSnap N1800 Ethernet   untested small, current, integrated touchscreen and keyboard sane-fujitsu
ScanSnap fi-6010N Ethernet   untested small, current, integrated touchscreen and keyboard
ScanSnap S500 USB 0x04c5/0x10fe complete small, recent, discontinued
ScanSnap S500M USB 0x04c5/0x1135 complete small, recent, discontinued
ScanSnap S510 USB 0x04c5/0x1155 complete small, recent, discontinued
ScanSnap S510M USB 0x04c5/0x116f complete small, recent, discontinued
ScanSnap S1500 USB 0x04c5/0x11a2 complete small, discontinued
ScanSnap S1500M USB 0x04c5/0x11a2 complete small, discontinued, same as S1500
ScanSnap iX500 USB WiFi 0x04c5/0x132b good small, current, WiFi not supported. Hardware only scans in color. Backend generates binary and grayscale modes.

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Backend:
Name of the backend.
The link (if present) points to more extensive and detailed information, if it exists, or the email address of the author or maintainer.
Version:
Version of backend/driver; newer versions may be available from their home sites.
Manufacturer:
Manufacturer, vendor or brand name of the device.
Model:
Name of the the device.
Interface:
How the device is connected to the computer.
USB id:
The USB vendor/product IDs (if applicable)
Status:
Indicates how many of the features the device provides are supported by SANE.
  • NEW! means brand-new to the current release of SANE.
  • UNMAINTAINED means that nobody maintains that backend. Expect no new features or newly supported devices. You are welcome to take over maintainership.
  • unsupported means the device is not supported at least by this backend. It may be supported by other backends, however.
  • untested means the device may be supported but couldn't be tested. Be very careful and report success/failure.
  • minimal means that the device is detected and scans at least in one mode. But the quality is bad or important features won't work.
  • basic means it works at least in the most important modes but quality is not perfect.
  • good means the device is usable for day-to-day work. Some rather exotic features may be missing.
  • complete means the backends supports everything the device can do.
Comment:
More information about the backend or model, e.g. the level of support and possible problems.
Manual Page:
A link to the man-page online, if it exists.


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