Caution Level: Intermediate
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Operating System: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.05 / 24 Jan 2007
The Canon CR-180 SCSI Scanner Device is compatible with Windows NT, 2000, XP and 2003 platform. Like the name suggests, it is manufactured by Canon. Every minute, the scanner is able to scan both sides of 180 checks. The Canon CR-180 SCSI Scanner Device comes with an in built magnetic head that makes it possible for the scanner to read the Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR). The scanner also comes with a in built jogger unit that allows the device to save on the document preparation time. The unit makes use of vibration for purposes of aligning document bottom edges. The unit greatly reduces the document skew resulting in the accurate reading of MICR characters. The Canon CR-180 SCSI Scanner Device ids integrated with an inkjet imprinter which is able to print 48 characters. The scanner is highly durable and gives 24 million scans when maintained normally.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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Canon CR-180 SCSI Scanner Device comes with 2document eject trays referred to as Output Pockets. The pockets are able to sort check automatically. In addition, the scanner comes with advanced infrared technology that allows the device to detect all double feeding documents. The Canon CR-180 SCSI Scanner Device which has an extendable output tray is able to produce paper scans as large as 4.6 by 9.1 inches. While in non separation mode, the device is able to scan stick edged duplicate as well as multiform documents continuously and jam free. It is possible to open the Canon CR-180 SCSI Scanner Device on the side. The advantage of this is that users can then change the ink cartridge, clear any misfeeds and conduct routine maintenance with relative ease. The scanner comes with a Hi-Speed 2.0 USB as well as a SCSI III interface. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Canon CR-180 SCSI Scanner Device errors before installing any driver updates.