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Backend Version Supported Devices Manual Page
Manufacturer Model Interface USB id Status Comment
Backends included in the current tarball - see SANE Distribution
microtek 0.13.1 Microtek Scanmaker 600G(S) SCSI   basic gray only (see manpage) sane-microtek
Scanmaker E6 SCSI   good  
Scanmaker E3 SCSI   good  
Scanmaker E2 SCSI   good 3-pass
Scanmaker 35t+ SCSI   good slide-scanner
Scanmaker 45t SCSI   good slide-scanner
Scanmaker 35 SCSI   good slide-scanner
Scanmaker III SCSI   good  
Scanmaker IISP SCSI   good  
Scanmaker IIHR SCSI   good 3-pass
Scanmaker IIG SCSI   good gray only
Scanmaker II SCSI   good 3-pass
Scanmaker 600Z(S) SCSI   untested  
Color PageWiz SCSI (Parport)   basic sheet-fed (preliminary, see mapage)
microtek2 unmaintained Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL IEEE-1394   minimal IEEE-1394 seems to work. See link. More reports welcome. sane-microtek2
ScanMaker V310 Parport   basic  
ScanMaker V600 Parport   basic  
ScanMaker E3plus Parport   complete  
Phantom 330CX Parport   complete  
SlimScan C3 Parport   complete  
Phantom 636CX Parport   complete  
ScanMaker V300 Parport   good  
ScanMaker X6EL SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker V310 SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker V600 SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker 330 SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker 630 SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker E3plus SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker X6 SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker 636 SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker 6400XL SCSI   complete  
Phantom 636 SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker V6USL SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker V300 SCSI   good  
ScanMaker 9600XL SCSI   good only flatbed mode ?
ScanMaker X12USL SCSI   good only Flatbed mode ?
ScanMaker V6UPL USB 0x05da/0x00b6 basic Sometimes scan speed goes to fast and results look badly smudged.
SlimScan C6 USB 0x05da/0x009a complete  
ScanMaker V6USL USB 0x05da/0x00a3 complete  
ScanMaker V6USL USB 0x05da/0x80a3 complete  
ScanMaker X6USB USB 0x05da/0x0099 good  
sm3600 0.1 Microtek ScanMaker 3600 USB 0x05da/0x40b3 basic works sane-sm3600
ScanMaker 3600 USB 0x05da/0x40ca basic works
ScanMaker 3600 USB 0x05da/0x40ff basic works
ScanMaker 3700 USB 0x05da/0x40b8 basic works
ScanMaker 3700 USB 0x05da/0x40cb basic works
ScanMaker 3750 USB 0x05da/0x40dd basic works (told)
sm3840 1.1 Microtek ScanMaker 3840 USB 0x05da/0x30d4 good 8 and 16 bit, color and grayscale sane-sm3840
ScanMaker 4800 USB 0x05da/0x30cf good Same hardware as SM3840, different color box
unsupported 2010-06-09 Microtek ArtixScan 2020 SCSI   unsupported Unsupported. Same as Agfa DuoScan T2000XL?  
ScanMaker 336 CX SCSI   unsupported Probably unsupported. Seems to be similar to the Microtek 330 CX and is detected by the microtek2 backend. Scanning doesn't seem to work however.
Scanmaker 1850S SCSI   unsupported Unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 5 SCSI   unsupported Probably unsupported. See link for more details.
Artixscan 2500f SCSI IEEE-1384   unsupported Unsupported. Same as Agfa DuoScan T2500?
ArtixScanDI 2020 USB 0x05da/0x202e unsupported Unsupported. See link for details.
ArtixScan 4000tf USB   unsupported Unsupported. Uses ALI M5611B.
FilmScan 35 USB 0x05e3/0x0120 unsupported Probably unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 3630 USB 0x0461/0x0347 unsupported Unsupported. Doesn't seem to be compatible to 3600 series, see link.
ScanMaker 3800 USB 0x05da/0x30ce unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 3830 USB 0x05da/0x30ce unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 3860 USB 0x05da/0x3023 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details. Appears to be similar to ScanMaker 3880.
ScanMaker 3880 USB 0x05da/0x3021 unsupported Unsupported. SQ113 chip. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 4600 USB 0x05da/0x40c7 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 4700 USB 0x05da/0x20b4 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 4850 USB 0x05da/0x30d9 unsupported Probably unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 4850 II USB 0x05da/0x3008 unsupported Probably unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 4900 USB 0x05da/0x30b9 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 5600 USB 0x05da/0x20a7 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 5700 USB 0x05da/0x20bd unsupported Unsupported. Uses ALI M5615 like the ScanMaker 4700.
ScanMaker 5800 USB 0x05da/0x3008 unsupported Unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 5800 USB 0x05da/0x30d8 unsupported Unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 5900 USB 0x05da/0x30d8 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 5950 USB 0x05da/0x30d8 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 6000 USB 0x05da/0x30e5 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 6100 USB 0x05da/0x30e5 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker i320 USB 0x05da/0x30e6 unsupported Unsupported. See link.
ScanMaker s400 USB 0x05da/0x201c unsupported Unsupported. See link.
ScanMaker S400 USB 0x05da/0x300b unsupported Unsupported. See link.
ScanPort 3000 USB 0x04a7/0x0224 unsupported Unsupported. Vendor/Product ids: 0x04a7/0x0224. Realtek RTS8801B?. See link for details.
ScanMaker 6700 USB IEEE-1394 0x05da/0x20c9 unsupported Unsupported. See link.
ScanMaker 8700 USB IEEE-1394 0x05da/0x20b1 unsupported Unsupported. See link for details. USB vendor and product ids to be checked.
ScanMaker 9600XL USB IEEE-1394 0x05da/0x20de unsupported Probably unsupported. SCSI seems to work with microtek2 backend.
ScanMaker 9800XL USB SCSI 0x05da/0x20de unsupported Partly unsupported. IEEE-1394 works with microtek2 backend. See link.
Backends included in the development repository - see SANE git Access
microtek 0.13.1 Microtek Scanmaker 600G(S) SCSI   basic gray only (see manpage) sane-microtek
Scanmaker E6 SCSI   good  
Scanmaker E3 SCSI   good  
Scanmaker E2 SCSI   good 3-pass
Scanmaker 35t+ SCSI   good slide-scanner
Scanmaker 45t SCSI   good slide-scanner
Scanmaker 35 SCSI   good slide-scanner
Scanmaker III SCSI   good  
Scanmaker IISP SCSI   good  
Scanmaker IIHR SCSI   good 3-pass
Scanmaker IIG SCSI   good gray only
Scanmaker II SCSI   good 3-pass
Scanmaker 600Z(S) SCSI   untested  
Color PageWiz SCSI (Parport)   basic sheet-fed (preliminary, see mapage)
microtek2 unmaintained Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL IEEE-1394   minimal IEEE-1394 seems to work. See link. More reports welcome. sane-microtek2
ScanMaker V310 Parport   basic  
ScanMaker V600 Parport   basic  
ScanMaker E3plus Parport   complete  
Phantom 330CX Parport   complete  
SlimScan C3 Parport   complete  
Phantom 636CX Parport   complete  
ScanMaker V300 Parport   good  
ScanMaker X6EL SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker V310 SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker V600 SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker 330 SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker 630 SCSI   basic  
ScanMaker E3plus SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker X6 SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker 636 SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker 6400XL SCSI   complete  
Phantom 636 SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker V6USL SCSI   complete  
ScanMaker V300 SCSI   good  
ScanMaker 9600XL SCSI   good only flatbed mode ?
ScanMaker X12USL SCSI   good only Flatbed mode ?
ScanMaker V6UPL USB 0x05da/0x00b6 basic Sometimes scan speed goes to fast and results look badly smudged.
SlimScan C6 USB 0x05da/0x009a complete  
ScanMaker V6USL USB 0x05da/0x00a3 complete  
ScanMaker V6USL USB 0x05da/0x80a3 complete  
ScanMaker X6USB USB 0x05da/0x0099 good  
sm3600 0.1 Microtek ScanMaker 3600 USB 0x05da/0x40b3 basic works sane-sm3600
ScanMaker 3600 USB 0x05da/0x40ca basic works
ScanMaker 3600 USB 0x05da/0x40ff basic works
ScanMaker 3700 USB 0x05da/0x40b8 basic works
ScanMaker 3700 USB 0x05da/0x40cb basic works
ScanMaker 3750 USB 0x05da/0x40dd basic works (told)
sm3840 1.1 Microtek ScanMaker 3840 USB 0x05da/0x30d4 good 8 and 16 bit, color and grayscale sane-sm3840
ScanMaker 4800 USB 0x05da/0x30cf good Same hardware as SM3840, different color box
unsupported 2010-06-09 Microtek ArtixScan 2020 SCSI   unsupported Unsupported. Same as Agfa DuoScan T2000XL?  
ScanMaker 336 CX SCSI   unsupported Probably unsupported. Seems to be similar to the Microtek 330 CX and is detected by the microtek2 backend. Scanning doesn't seem to work however.
Scanmaker 1850S SCSI   unsupported Unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 5 SCSI   unsupported Probably unsupported. See link for more details.
Artixscan 2500f SCSI IEEE-1384   unsupported Unsupported. Same as Agfa DuoScan T2500?
ArtixScanDI 2020 USB 0x05da/0x202e unsupported Unsupported. See link for details.
ArtixScan 4000tf USB   unsupported Unsupported. Uses ALI M5611B.
FilmScan 35 USB 0x05e3/0x0120 unsupported Probably unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 3630 USB 0x0461/0x0347 unsupported Unsupported. Doesn't seem to be compatible to 3600 series, see link.
ScanMaker 3800 USB 0x05da/0x30ce unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 3830 USB 0x05da/0x30ce unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 3860 USB 0x05da/0x3023 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details. Appears to be similar to ScanMaker 3880.
ScanMaker 3880 USB 0x05da/0x3021 unsupported Unsupported. SQ113 chip. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 4600 USB 0x05da/0x40c7 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 4700 USB 0x05da/0x20b4 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 4850 USB 0x05da/0x30d9 unsupported Probably unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 4850 II USB 0x05da/0x3008 unsupported Probably unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 4900 USB 0x05da/0x30b9 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 5600 USB 0x05da/0x20a7 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 5700 USB 0x05da/0x20bd unsupported Unsupported. Uses ALI M5615 like the ScanMaker 4700.
ScanMaker 5800 USB 0x05da/0x3008 unsupported Unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 5800 USB 0x05da/0x30d8 unsupported Unsupported. See link for details.
ScanMaker 5900 USB 0x05da/0x30d8 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 5950 USB 0x05da/0x30d8 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 6000 USB 0x05da/0x30e5 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker 6100 USB 0x05da/0x30e5 unsupported Unsupported. See link for more details.
ScanMaker i320 USB 0x05da/0x30e6 unsupported Unsupported. See link.
ScanMaker s400 USB 0x05da/0x201c unsupported Unsupported. See link.
ScanMaker S400 USB 0x05da/0x300b unsupported Unsupported. See link.
ScanPort 3000 USB 0x04a7/0x0224 unsupported Unsupported. Vendor/Product ids: 0x04a7/0x0224. Realtek RTS8801B?. See link for details.
ScanMaker 6700 USB IEEE-1394 0x05da/0x20c9 unsupported Unsupported. See link.
ScanMaker 8700 USB IEEE-1394 0x05da/0x20b1 unsupported Unsupported. See link for details. USB vendor and product ids to be checked.
ScanMaker 9600XL USB IEEE-1394 0x05da/0x20de unsupported Probably unsupported. SCSI seems to work with microtek2 backend.
ScanMaker 9800XL USB SCSI 0x05da/0x20de unsupported Partly unsupported. IEEE-1394 works with microtek2 backend. See link.

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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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