[sane-devel] Avision C7 chipset (HP ScanJet 8200)
Wed, 26 Nov 2003 21:53:46 +0100
On Wed, Nov 26, 2003 at 09:38:05PM +0100, Rene Rebe wrote:
> Henning Meier-Geinitz <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Does anyone know anything about the "Avision C7" chipset used in the
> > Hewlett-Packard ScanJet 8200?
> Not yet. Do you have a USB snoop - does it work when you add the
> device ID to the avision driver?
I don't own such a device. I got a report via the "add unsupported
device" form. I've asked for USB vendor/product ids but haven't gotten
an answer yet. I'll cite the mail so you can ask the author if you are
interested in details:
| 1. Your email address:
| 'dkindler at dragonfireinc dot net' (modified by me)
| 2. Manufacturer (e.g. "Mustek"):
| 'Hewlett Packard'
| 3. Model name (e.g. ScanExpress 1200UB):
| 'Scanjet 8200'
| 4. Bus type:
| 5. Vendor- and product id:
| 'HP Scanjet 8200'
| 6. Chipset (e.g. lm9831):
| 'HP Avision C7'
| 7. Comments (e.g. similar to Mustek 1234):
| 'I'm impressed with this HP scanner. It's a true 4800 x 4800 dpi
| optical resolution. I've
| +scanned resolution targets, and it's quite good (although not quite
| up to the 5 micron size you'd
| +think a 4800 dpi implies). I'd like to have scanner control to do
| some custom work with this
| +machine. I've done a lot of work on it, have disassembled and
| reassembled it, and have photos of+the boards, etc. Please tell me if
| you want these images, and where to send them.
| We have not tested with SANE yet, because this scanner appears to use
| different drivers from any of+the SANE supported hardware. We could
| run tests with a Mandrake 9 Linux install if you'd like.
| How do you go about getting the technical information to write a linux
| driver for an HP scanner?
| +If you need to buy a technical manual, we would consider paying that
| fee to support your effort.
| +We're not programmers, but we'd love to have more control over this
| machine than we can achieve
| +with the HP scanning software.