Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Unknown
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 126.96.36.199 / 04 Aug 2003
ArtixScan DI 1210 (USB) is a 48 bit with the Hi-speed USB interface and supports ISIS and TWAIN and features 600 dpi optical resolution and also ahs a throughput run of approximately twelve pages per minute. It is in the flatbed ADF canner with a scanning area of 6.5 inches by 11.7 inches. Its interface is HI-speed USB 2.0 while its configuration is flatbed with built in ADF. Its document size must be to a maximum of A4 while its color depth I 48 bit B & W mode: Lineart, Grayscale mode: 8-bit, color mode: 24-bit and color depth: 48 bit. Its power supply is 15V 2.5A while it physical dimensions are 500m by 290mm by 165mm in length, width and height respectively and it weighs 6.3 Kg. Its operation temperature is between 10c and 40c with a relative humidity of between 20% and 85%.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
ArtixScan DI 1210 (USB) requires the following to operate: CD ROM drive, a color monitor that have 24-bit color capability and 128MB RAM. It is compatible with a PC Pentium II PC or higher with USB port and operating systems Microsoft 99SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows NT and Windows XP. Its scanning speed is higher than twelve pages per minute at 200dpi, A4 (line art, grayscale) and higher than six pages per minute at 200dpi, A4 /color. Its feeder capacity is fifty pages (A6/A4/LTR/legal size). Users of ArtixScan DI 1210 (USB) are advised to always use the latest version the devise driver as this will assist them to utilize its functions better and easier. Versions that are old are known to cause conflicts of devices as well as errors in scanner work. One should therefore attempt to update the ArtixScan DI 1210 (USB) drivers at least once per every month or even more often. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ArtixScan DI 1210 (USB) errors before installing any driver updates.