Agfa SnapScan 1236

Category: Scanner
Manufacturer: Agfa Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 12.23 Mb
Operating System: Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 08 Jan 2003

Windows device driver information for Agfa SnapScan 1236

The Agfa SnapScan 1236 version is also known as Agfa SnapScan1236s. It is a flatbed scanner with a CCD as well as a one pass unit which has a very high quality of output among several other valuable extras. Among the crucial technical details is its optical resolution which is 600 by 1200 dpi. This optical resolution works together with the 12 bit depth of internal color to come up with accurate scans that are true- to life. The software bundle has several programs such as OmniPage LE which comes with OCR as well as ScanWise. These programs enhance the quality of the scans, giving spectacular scan results. The speeds of the scan for line art are approximately 3.5 ms for each line, 6.5 ms for each line as pertains to gray and 7 ms for each line as pertains to color.

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The Agfa SnapScan 1236 has a scanning area that measures 8.5 x 11.7 inches. It also has a foot print whose measurements are 14.76 x 20.98 inches. Other crucial features include the automatic document feeder which is optional and which can scan as many as sixty documents at once, thereby saving precious time. It also has an optional adapter which permits one to scan regular documents as well as transparencies. The scanner also has a power supply which can consume not more than 45W during a standard operation while the duration of the warm up is not more than 15 seconds long. The scanner connects to the computer through the SCSI- 2 interface which has a transmission speed of 2 Mbytes per second. The scanner is well matched with PC as well as Mac and comes with a limited warranty of one year on parts as well as labor. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Agfa SnapScan 1236 errors before installing any driver updates.