Minimum system requirements for Macintosh
Mac OS X v 10.3.9, v 10.4 and higher; PowerPC G3, G4 and G5 processor, Intel Core processor; 128 MB RAM [256 MB recommended (required for v 10.4 and higher)], 250 MB available hard disk space
Quantity per pallet
Quantity of a single product per pallet. If more than one product is packed per carton; this is the number of products (not number of cartons) per shipping pallet.
Dimensions of the product (Width x Depth x Height).
298 x 472 x 90 mm
Package dimensions (WxDxH)
Dimensions of the packaged product (Width x Depth x Height).
538 x 147 x 436 mm
100 - 240 VAC (+/- 10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 3 Hz)
List of regulatory safety standards for all countries in which this product has been certified.
IEC 60950-1: 2001, UL/c-UL UL60950-1, EN60950-1: 2001, TÜV-Rheinland GS, GOST, CCC, BSMI
Media types supported
The types of media which can be used with this product.
Paper (plain, inkjet, photo, banner), envelopes, labels, cards (index, greeting), 3-D objects, 35-mm slides and negatives (using transparent materials adapter), iron-on transfers
Number of cartons per pallet
Number of layers per pallet
Product dimensions when open (LxWxD)
29.8 cm (11.7")
Maximum internal memory
The maximum internal memory which is available in the product.
Scan speed (OCR, A4)
Scan speed in preview mode
Scan input modes
Ways by which the scanning process can be initiated with this product or used applications.
Front-panel scan (reflective scans from the glass), Scan film, Copy, Scan to PDF (with HP Photosmart Share, e-mail or HP Photosmart software); user application via TWAIN; transparent materials adapter (transmissive scans of film materials)
An interface on a device to which you can connect another device.
1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Maximum dimensions (W x D x H)
Maximum dimensions (Width x Depth x Height) in millimeters.
298 x 472 x 90 mm
Pallet dimensions (W x D x H)
Size of pallets (Width x Depth x Height) in millimeters.
1200 x 1000 x 2304 mm
Recommended humidity operating range
Recommended range of relative humidity within which the product can operate.
15 - 80
Recommended operating temperature range (T-T)
10 - 35 °C
Image scaling/enlargement range
10 - 2400%
Description of the control panel of the product; including the available buttons; and the function of each button
4 front-panel buttons (Copy, Scan, Scan film, Scan to PDF)
Remote front panel software
Indicates whether this product has this feature
Give detail on transparency adapter capabilities: Standard or optional; sheet capacity; speed for printing or scanning
Built into lid Transparent Materials Adapter (TMA); two 35 mm slides or two 35 mm negative frames
Dust and scratch removal capabilities, faded color restoration, HP Adaptive Lighting, HP Red-eye Removal
Maximum scan area
21.6 cm (8.5")
Package dimensions (W x D x H)
538 x 147.1 x 436.1 mm (21.2 x 5.79 x 17.2")
Package weight (imperial)
Pallet dimensions (W x D x H) (imperial)
1198.9 x 998.2 x 2311.4 mm (47.2 x 39.3 x 91")
Pallet weight (imperial)
292.1 kg (644 lbs)
Acoustic pressure emissions
Level of sound pressure per ISO 9614-1.
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 999,999 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 999,999 enhanced dpi and 24-bit color requires over 64 terabytes of disk space; thus, if your computer has a 50-gigabyte hard disk, which would be quite large, such a scan would require over 1,000 disks. Even a 1/10th-inch square area, scanned at 999,999 enhanced dpi as a 1-bit black-and-white image (not 24-bit color), creates an uncompressed file of over nine gigabytes.
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.