Input voltage: 100 to 240 VAC (+/- 10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 3 Hz)
Universal AC adapter; 100- to 240-VAC (50/60 Hz) input; 32 VDC, 2.0-amp output
Scan speed (auto document feed)
Up to 25 ppm/50 ipm
Version 1.9 (for HP Photosmart software), Version 1.8 (for Windows NT 4.0 Precisionscan Pro)
Safety UL listed, EU LVD & EN 60950 compliant, European third party approval, Certified by Czech Republic (EZU), Russia (GOST), Poland (PCBC)
Media types supported
Paper (inkjet, photo, plain), envelopes, labels, cards (business), 3-D objects, 35-mm slides and negatives (using transparent materials adapter), photos
Number of cartons per pallet
Number of layers per pallet
Product dimensions when open (LxWxD)
566.6 lbs (257 kg)
Scan speed (OCR, A4)
Scan speed in preview mode
Scan input modes
Front-panel with quick scan buttons (copy, Edit text (OCR), E-mail, File document, Scan document, Scan picture); HP Photosmart software; user application via TWAIN/ISIS; TMA; 25 ppm ADF
1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0, SCSI optional
Maximum dimensions (W x D x H)
22.6 x 15.7 x 7.72" (574 x 399 x 196 mm)
Pallet dimensions (W x D x H)
47.2 x 39.4 x 81.1" (1200 x 1000 x 2059 mm)
Recommended operating temperature range (T-T)
10 - 35 °C
Image scaling/enlargement range
10 to 2000% in 1% increments
"scan document to destination" (toggle down to chosen application on the 16 character LCD), "scan picture", "edit text" (OCR), "save to PDF", "e-mail", "copy" (with number of copies and B/W vs. colour), "custom configuration options", "power save" and "cancel" buttons
Remote front panel software
Built-in (TMA); three 35 mm slides or four 35-mm negative frames
Up to 25 ppm*, 50-sheet automatic document feeder with duplex facility for double-sided scanning.
ISIS and TWAIN drivers included - for integration into existing scan solutions.
Optional SCSI scanner module – for I/O flexibility.
Adaptive Lighting Technology, Image Restoration, Dust & Scratch Removal, Red-eye Removal
Get copies using a one-touch button that sends a scan directly to your default printer.
Adjust resolution to fit the job, from 150 dpi up to 4800 dpi for professional-quality images.
Integrated transparent materials adapter scans up to three 35 mm slides or four negatives.
Get instant scanner startup, and preview scans within four seconds, with patented HP technology.
Including: ScanSoft PaperPort, IRIS Readiris Pro OCR, Adobe Photoshop Elements, HP Photosmart.
Integrated transparent materials adapter (TMA), no special attachments needed – scan up to three 35 mm slides or four negative frames at once.
Up to 25 pages per minute*, 50-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF) with duplex facility for reliable unattended double-sided scanning.
Bundled software includes: Adobe Photoshop Elements for image editing; ScanSoft PaperPort for capture and organising documents; IRIS Readiris Pro OCR software; HP Photosmart for easy scanning.
Document weight maximum (Auto document Feeder, imperial)
Document weight minimum (Auto Document Feeder, imperial)
Maximum scan area (ADF) (imperial)
8.5 x 14
Media weight imperial (Auto Document Feeder)
16 to 24 lb
Minimum scan area (Auto Document Feeder)
3.5 x 5
Package dimensions (W x D x H)
25.1 x 14.7 x 18.3"
Package weight (imperial)
Pallet dimensions (W x D x H) (imperial)
47.25 x 39.37 x 81"
Pallet weight (imperial)
Paper sizes supported (Auto Document Feeder)
A4, A5, custom, legal, letter
Yes, Version 2.2
Scan resolution enhanced disclaimer (long)
What is the maximum resolution at which I can scan? HP Scanjet scanning systems will allow you to specify a resolution of up to 999999 enhanced dpi. In addition, by using lower dpi and high-scale factors (enlarging the image using dimension or resize tool), you can achieve a very high enhanced dpi. However, it is important to note that the maximum resolution that can be actually achieved depends upon various factors, including computer speed, available disk space, memory, the size of the image being scanned, and bit depth settings. Thus, depending on your system and what you are scanning, you may not be able to scan at certain resolutions. For example, using the same image and same dpi, scanning in 24-bit color requires at least 24 times more memory (in the form of hard disk space and available memory) than scanning in 1-bit black and white. In addition, the size of the area being scanned is very important. For example, scanning a 4 x 6-inch photograph at 99999 enhanced dpi and 24-bit color requires over 64 t
Scan resolution enhanced disclaimer (short)
The maximum dpi at which you can scan is limited by available computer memory, disk space, and other system factors.