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Epson WorkForce B11B194011 Pro GT-S50 Document Scanner

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  • 25 ppm, 50 ipm scan speeds scans both sides of one sheet in just one pass.
  • 75-page Auto Document Feeder.
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Product Description

This hard-working scanner will help you achieve maximum productivity with its 25ppm 50 ipm scan speeds and duplex scanning in just one pass. 75-page auto document feeder allows for multiple document scanning without constant supervision. You'll save time with the ultrasonic double-feed detection which determines whether two documents are going through at once so you can avoid missed pages and frequent paper jams. Scan business cards rigid ID cards and documents up to 8.5" x 36" for versatile paper handling capabilities. High-volume duty cycle of up to 1200 sheets per day offers reliable performance. Front control panel with 10 user-definable functions including scan-to-PDF. Scan Size (W x H): 8 1/2" x 34" Bit Depth of Color: 48 bit Internal 24 bit External Buttons: 4 Connector/Port/Interface: USB 2.0.Unit of Measure : Each

From the Manufacturer

The WorkForce Pro GT-S50 document image scanner offers an amazing value with its remarkable reliability, powerful performance and easy-to-use features. With a daily duty cycle of up to 1200 sheets, plus a 75-page feeder, it’s ready to tackle any task in busy office environments. Scan everything from business cards to rigid ID cards and documents up to 8.5x36.

The GT-S50 easily scans both sides of one sheet in just one pass — in color, grayscale or bi-tonal. It’s never been easier to electronically capture critical documents. Whether you need a faster way to access shared documents, a more affordable way to comply with government mandates or a better way to maintain the integrity of important documents, the GT-S50 is the perfect place to start.

Designed by Epson, a leader in digital imaging, the GT-S50 offers robust paper handling capabilities and quality you can depend on — all from a compact, desktop scanner.

The Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 features 10 user-definable scan jobs displayed on 2 line x 16 character LCD.

The Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50’s versatile automatic document feeder can scan documents, business cards and plastic ID cards.

User-definable scan jobs with LCD display
The Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 features 10 user-definable scan jobs for easy one-touch scanning including Scan to PDF. The Epson Event Manager software allows you to create customized scan jobs specifying resolution, file output type, image type and whether an image is saved to a file or launched into another application.

Unlike other scanners where scan jobs are displayed only as a number, the WorkForce Pro GT-S50’s 2 line x 16 character LCD displays scan jobs with job titles and settings making it easy to choose and start a scan.

Compatibility and integration with document management applications
In order to fit into any document management environment, the Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 both Epson Scan TWAIN and EMC Captiva ISIS drivers for compatibility with key document management standards and software applications. The WorkForce Pro GT-S50 has also been certified by Kofax, a leader in document imaging software.

Versatile high-speed scanning
The Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 features a 75-page automatic document feeder capable of scan speeds up to 25 ppm simplex, 50 ipm duplex (200 dpi, A4-size, Speed Priority scanning mode). With its dual CCD sensors, the WorkForce Pro GT-S50 is able to scan both sides of a sheet in just one pass.

The ADF can accommodate documents up to 8.5x36 inches including stacks of mixed sizes that can be automatically recognized and cropped. Adding to the versatility, the GT-S50 can scan business cards directly into the included NewSoft™ Presto!® BizCard software

The ADF can also scan plastic, embossed and rigid ID cards, capturing both sides of the card in a single pass. With the included carrier sheet, the GT-S50 can also scan receipts and other small or fragile documents.

The WorkForce Pro GT-S50 offers a host of features in a compact, desktop scanner.
Epson Imaging Technologies
The Epson scanner driver offers a host of innovative functions including automatic paper size detection, automatic hole-punch removal, automatic de-skewing, background color removal and much more.

ReadyScan LED light source
This energy-efficient light source uses less power, while offering greater productivity. And, there's no warmup required. Best of all, with no mercury included, this LED technology is better for the environment.

Superior support and service
Each Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 is backed by exceptional service and support. The WorkForce Pro GT-S50 includes a one-year warranty with extended warranties and overnight exchange programs also available. The GT-S50 also features an affordable user-replaceable roller assembly to keep the scanner working at peak performance even in heavy workloads.


  • Do more - 25 ppm, 50 ipm scan speeds; scans both sides of one sheet in just one pass
  • Scan stacks of documents - 75-page Auto Document Feeder
  • Tackle any task with versatile paper handling capabilities — scan business cards, rigid ID cards and documents up to 8.5x36 inches (accommodates different size documents all at one time)
  • Get reliable performance — high-volume duty cycle of up to 1200 sheets per day
  • Enjoy one-touch scanning — front control panel with up to 10 user-definable scan jobs including scan-to-PDF
  • Rest easy with ReadyScanTM LED technology — no mercury, uses less energy, no warmup time
  • Manage critical documents with included software — includes ISIS and TWAIN drivers plus PDF, OCR, document management and business card management software; Kofax VRS certified
  • Save on office space — compact scanner fits in any environment
  • Connect to your PC — compatible with Windows® and Macintosh®; Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connection

What’s in the Box
Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 document imaging scanner; Scanner installation CD-ROM and Electronic User’s Guide; Nuance ScanSoft® PaperPort® CD-ROM; Start Here poster; Hi-Speed USB 2.0 cable; AC adapter with power cable; Carrier sheet.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 11.9 x 8.4 inches ; 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Item model number: B11B194011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (395 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 23, 2008

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This scanner is very fast and easy to use.
The bottom sheet of the carrier page feeds through faster than the top page and results in a jam.
Roni M.
It will consistently scan 25 pages or more per minute.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,603 of 1,619 people found the following review helpful By W. B. Halper TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 21, 2009
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For the last year and a half, I've been using a Fujitsu S510 SnapScan page scanner, which is a natural competitor to the Epson GT-S50. So, when I was offered the chance to review the Epson, it seemed like a natural fit - somebody looking to purchase one is likely to also look at the other. (Go to Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 Sheet-fed Scanner to read that review. It was fairly far down, on page 4, when I last looked.)

Let's look at the two scanners...

First of all, both scanners are top fed and scan both sides of a page in a single pass. They are infinitely faster than the scanners built into the "all-in one" printers and suitable for high volume scanning...the Epson is rated for 1200 pages per day.

The Epson GT-S50 comes with both TWAIN and ISIS drivers, giving it with a clear advantage in interfacing with software from other companies. Almost every program that can read from a scanner uses one or the other. The ScanSnap, on the other hand, uses its own proprietary driver, which only ties into their ScanSnap Organizer program...a program that displays small images of the scanned pages. Both scanners come with OCR programs, for converting scanned images to editable text, but, with the TWAIN driver, only the Epson directly interfaces with different programs - OmniPage Pro, Textbridge, or whatever else you prefer.

The Epson driver offers more choices in output resolution. Whereas the SnapScan has four levels - Normal (150dpi), Better (200dpi), Best (300dpi) and Excellent (600dpi) - the Epson has eight levels ranging from 75 dpi up through 600 dpi.
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134 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Someone Who Cares About Product Quality on July 7, 2012
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I've tried them both (Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 and Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500) and the winner is Fujitsu ScanSnap. In short, the reason is bad Epson software and horrendously, awful, incompetent support from Epson, while Fujitsu gets it right in both categories. Here are the details...

I've owned 2 ScanSnap scanners. When one of my older ones started acting up (not detecting paper), and when Fujitsu wanted roughly $200 to "repair" it (which probably consisted of putting in a new $10 plastic paper feed detector that a customer can't do themselves), I thought I'd try another brand. So I started out in my quest with the goal of finding something better than ScanSnap. I WANTED to love something else. I searched, read other reviews, and tried the Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50.

The Epson is definitely more solid, although larger, than the ScanSnap. I was pleased with the large feed capacity on the Epson. It also has an LCD screen, where you can create macros (e.g. B&W scan at 300 dpi). So far so good. I was liking it on my first couple one-page tests. But here's where things went wrong...

Maybe I'm the only person in the world who wants to quickly scan, enter the folder and file name of my choice, and save to a PDF. Guess what? You can't do that with the Epson. I was shocked. It seems like that would be the most common task a user would want to perform. You have to scan to a pre-set folder (you can define it), using their default filename (something like img001.pdf or the mmddyyyy-hhmmss.pdf) and then rename it using Windows. I thought I must be missing something and I called tech support. More on that below...

With the Epson, I tried something I had done for years with the Fujitsu -- automatic color detection.
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248 of 263 people found the following review helpful By Harrison Murchison on March 14, 2009
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Epson Workforce GT-S50 Review

I've been looking to move to a more paperless environment at home. It seems I get a daily deluge of mail that I have no intentions of archiving in its original form. I decided that the time is right to get a document scanner and start archiving these documents into PDF for safekeeping and retrieval.

My initial goal was to get a Fujitsu Scansnap but I was a bit put off by the fact that Fujitsu made separate scanner models for Macintosh and PC. Im on a Mac right now but I like the flexibility that PC support gives. So I decided to keep my eyes open for any other cross platform scanners and the Epson was announced shortly afterwards.

So after unpacking the Epson Workforce scanner I noticed the heft of this product. It's a sturdy peripheral and well designed in my opinion. The installation process was a bit
tedious. I had to supply my administrators password 6 times to install the various application and drivers. I do not know if Windows will have the same annoyance.

The software included for Mac is Abbyy Finereader 5 Sprint, Presto Bizcard reader, Epson Scan, Epson Event Manager. Let me be honest and frank with you. The bundled software literally looks like it comes from the 90s. Epson should have done better and partnered with better vendors. Fujitsu includes Adobe Acrobat and a superior Cardminder for business card scanning in addition to the superior scansnap manager.

The performance of this scanner is stellar. I ran a page through at 200 dpi and it felt as though it was ejected rather than fed. At higher dpi the scanner slows down a bit but its still a good performer. I've been having some issues with the deskew feature.
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