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Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 Sheet-fed Scanner

by Fujitsu
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  • Scan Resolution 600 dpi Optical
  • Image Sensor CCD
  • Bit Depth 24 bit Color / 8 bit Grayscale / 1 bit Monochrome
  • Media Size Legal 8.5" x 14"
  • Ports 4-pin Type B USB 2.0 USB
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Product Description

Product Description

Scansnap S510 18Ppm 600Dpi Usb2.0

The Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 scanner has all the advanced yet easy-to-use one-touch features that made its predecessor the perfect scanning companion for home and office professionals. Now, with the addition of Adobe Acrobat 8.0 Standard (included with the scanner) and a new Vista supported version of the ABBYY FineReader 3.0, the ScanSnap S510 provides users compatibility with the latest software enhancements. One-button scanning to searchable PDF processes are supported, and users can even scan directly to Microsoft applications (such as Word and Excel). There's also a new multifunction quick menu feature for protecting and sharing documents with ease. In addition to the ability to scan business cards, the S510 can scan color pages in duplex at 18 pages per minute. Compatible with Windows 2000 Pro and later operating systems (including Vista), the scanner features a speedy USB 2.0 interface. For added convenience, its small footprint requires less space than a letter size piece of paper. Measuring 11.2 x 6.2 x 6.2 inches and weighing only 5.9 pounds, the scanner is backed by a 1-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
FI-S510 scanner, AC adapter, AC cable, USB cable, set up CD-ROM (driver, manual), CD-ROM (Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard), CD-ROM (ABBY FineReader for ScanSnap 3.0), ScanSnap carrier sheet, and getting started guide.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 5 x 5 inches ; 5.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000RUOW66
  • Item model number: PA03360-B515
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (207 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at July 2, 2004

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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144 of 147 people found the following review helpful By BT on August 20, 2007
I have horrible problems with technology. I buy stuff, and after 4 hours of trying to get it to do what I thought it should do, it doesn't. HP does this to me all the time.

That is why I was floored when I got the S510 working in under 20 minutes exactly as I wanted it to.

You can take a bunch of pieces of paper, scan in both sides, capture it to PDF, OCR it, make it search-able, save it to disk... all by pressing one button.

I am using the ScanSnap filing system software that comes with it. It is essentially a glorified file explorer, except that it will do text in PDF searches for you based on the directory (Or Cabinet as they call it).

I set mine to extreme compression, and full resolution, and then the auto OCR. The software warns you that it will slow down scanning, and it does. It maxes out my 2-3 year old Dell D600 with .5G of RAM laptop, but it gets the job done. I can still use the computer so it doesn't block like I have read elsewhere (maybe for the S500).

This is an upgrade to the S500. Mine was black, not sure what's up with the white ones (maybe mac?).

It comes with Adobe Acrobat 8. This allows you to delete pages, rotate them, etc.

The OCR is amazing. Out of the box, it gets a little confused with i1IlL but so do I, bump it up to the max resolution, and the OCR is flawless.

I probably won't bother with the try & buy Rack2 Filer. Google Desktop isn't essential for searching.

In the hundreds of papers that I scanned over the weekend, I may have had 3 jams which are REALLY easy to clear, and the software is pretty smart about it.
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97 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 11, 2007
I have used this scanner and its software for the last 7 months. It works extremely well, is very fast, has nearly perfect software, and is well worth the cost. The bundled software alone is worth quite a bit. Use the background OCR for scanned documents along with Google Desktop Search or similar and you will be able to find things in seconds most of the time.

I scan every piece of mail, receipt, or paper that I get. I can now realistically go paperless - this is what I've been waiting for.

It would be nice if it had standard driver interfaces or Linux support, but I'm very happy with it otherwise.
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172 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Wanko on February 28, 2008
For the price of the product, and the advertised speeds and functions, you'd think all of your printed material could be fed into this scanner. You'd be wrong. Snapshots will jam in this device. You are locked into Fujitsu's software for scanning. And, you do not get TWAIN drivers for the device, so you cannot acquire images from this scanner when inside a program like Paint Shop Pro. This is a single-purpose scanner: feed it all of your sheets of paper, and it will convert them to PDFs. If you have a lot of paper, then this is your scanner. If you have a lot of mixed media, this is NOT your scanner. Find another automatic document feed (ADF) scanner with TWAIN driver support.

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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Techno-Cruiser on June 27, 2008
A fast document scanner like this one can be a huge help in organizing your life. Six months ago, the S510 was about the only game in town for a reasonable price. Now, there may be better options, especially for rather heavy-duty users like me. The pluses have been well-written about, so I'll give only the minuses:

1) No Grey Scale! B/W is fine for pure text and some graphics, but is horrible with photos. In a publication with b/w photos, one is stuck with either copying in full color which results in large files, or manually switching between color mode and B/W mode since "Auto-Color Detect" senses color, not the presence of photos.

2) The paper input tray has fences that are too short. Pages tend to torque left as they feed. The paper output tray has no fences at all, which often means that the output pages get shifted around or kicked off onto the floor. The "De-skew" option can get confused if there is graphics on the page or if the printing is stylized.

3) The color scans are too light and there is no way to adjust the setting.

4) Japan has lousy paper. As a result, this scanner has a hard time with good quality paper as it's too thick.

5) Oft-used scan options are buried in strangely organized menus.

6) Inadequate cooling. A few cooling holes in the base along with rubber feet would fix the problem, but as it is, there is no airflow through the unit.

7) Life limit of 150,000 - 200,000 pages, possibly due to the bad cooling. There are now quite a few pixels missing from the scans; it's still okay for text, but irritating for illustrations.

It's doing the job, but I'd shop around were I looking for the same type of scanner today.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By E. Johnson on February 26, 2008
Anyone out there who, like me, tends to accumulate a lot of paper needs to beg, borrow, or steal to get their hands on this baby. I've had it exactly a week today, and it's already had a huge impact on my life. I've had one of those "milk crates" sitting in my office, stuffed full of papers I wanted to keep or scan using my flatbed scanner for several months. I would make a dent in it every so often, but certainly never emptied it. With the ScanSnap, I finished it in under one week.

The scanner is a lot smaller than it looks in the pictures - takes up very little room when closed, and not much more when opened fully. It was simple as can be to hook up - install the bundled software, plug in the power and USB cords, and you're in business! It has worked like a dream since scan #1 and I am finding the ScanSnap Organizer software adequate for my needs.

I'm fine 90% of the time with the simple PDF format, but the OCR/searchable PDF settings have worked just fine also with the software I already had installed. the scan quality at Normal/Fastest is still clear enough for most things I want to save, and even when I've changed the setting to Best Quality a few times, the scan was still pretty fast.

As most people have noted, the scanner does not have TWAIN support, which was my only concern pre-ordering this, as I am pretty attached to my Nuance PaperPort software. But I haven't missed it at all. PaperPort can still view, organize annotate, and edit the ScanSnap PDFs just fine. I just allow PaperPort a view into the new folder and voila! The PDF format is just so universal these days, that I just don't think it's an issue. If the ScanSnap's output was a proprietary format, my opinion might be different, but you just cannot argue with 1. place papers to be scanned in tray, 2.
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