[sane-devel] Genesys sheetfed scanner update

Jack McGill jmcgill85258 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 17 01:38:43 UTC 2009

Just a quick clarification on the XP100. There are three versions of the XP100:

Rev 1:  usb id 0x04a7 0x0425, model number 85-0105-000. It is not yet supported, but may eventually be supported by the plustek backend.

Rev 2:  usb id 0x04a7 0x0427, model number 85-0110-0000. It is supported by plustek backend in cvs. It is a clone of the syscan travelscan 464. This version appears to be the most common XP100 on the streets.

Rev 3:  usb id 0x04a7 0x049b, model number 85-0110-200. It has a GL842 chip. It is a clone of the Visioneer Roadwarrior. It will be added to the Genesys backend.

Jack McGill

--- On Mon, 3/16/09, Jack McGill <jmcgill85258 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> From: Jack McGill <jmcgill85258 at yahoo.com>
> Subject: [sane-devel] Genesys sheetfed scanner update
> To: sane-devel at lists.alioth.debian.org
> Date: Monday, March 16, 2009, 5:22 PM
> To list and Pierre,
> I recently received a Visioneer XP100, rev 3,  usb vid
> x04a7 pid0x049b, which has a GL842 chip inside. The model
> number on the bottom of the scanner is 85-0110-200. This
> scanner works very well using the Visioneer Roadwarrior
> settings. I think they are identical twins ;-). Pierre, can
> you add this scanner to the cvs?
> Also, I have a Pentax DS Mobile 600 that works pretty well
> using the Visioneer Roadwarrior settings. I am going to
> tweak some of the settings, before I ask to have this added
> to cvs.
> I will be getting a DocketPort 485 in a couple of days.
> This is an A4, duplex scanner. I will try it out using the
> XP300 settings and report back.
> Also, if anyone else wants to try out their GL84x sheetfed
> scanner, 8 bit depth scanning is not working, but 16 bit
> scanning is working. Pierre recommends the following
> scanning command:
> scanimage -x440 -y50 --resolution 75 --mode color --depth
> 16
> --disable-interpolation=yes > img.pnm
> Jack McGill
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