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Re: Automatic Feed Scanner



On Sat, 2008-11-22 at 15:28 -0200, Newton wrote:
Dear Friends :
I'll present an Automatic Scanning Management Document Project, and I would like to know if yours, with Automatic Feed Scanner experience, could be point a really good functional model ! I tried SANE, but I want experience ! For my personal, I tried models, without success

If your scsnner is on a network, scanimage needs to be told where to find it. It will then control the ADF (document feeder). And the printer should be on a fixed IP address. Here is my script: runs great with an HP3055 Multifunction printer. And the output tif's are easily fed to gscan2pdf to create a pdf file if you need to.

Here is my script:
#!/bin/bash
# ADF Scan for counted pages

# set the IP address of the scanner

export hpaio=hpaio:/net/HP_LaserJet_3055?ip=192.168.1.12

if [ "$1" = "" ] || [ "$2" = "" ] || [ "$3" = "" ] || [ "$4" = "" ] || [ "$5" = "" ] || [ "$1" = "-h" ] || [ "$1" = "--h" ] || [ "$1" = "--help" ] ;
 then
 echo -e "      ** Missing Command Parameters ** \n"
 echo -e "      This script takes five parameters:\n"
 echo -e "      1 The pathname of the folder in which to store the scans."
 echo -e "      2 The preliminary portion of the file name."
 echo -e "      3 The starting number portion of the file name."
 echo -e "      4 The number of scans to take."
 echo -e "      5 The increment of the number portion."
echo -e " scanner /tmp/scans/ testA 1 5 1 scans and saves 5 pages \n" echo -e " Use Increment= -2 to step downwards when scanning doublesided."
 exit;
fi
cd $1
 echo -e "      Please wait while scanning commences.......\n"
# letter is -y 280, legal is -y 355 in the next line
scanimage --device-name=$hpaio --format=tif --mode lineart --resolution 150 -x 216 -y 280 -v --batch=$2%d.tif --batch-start=$3 --batch-count=$4 --batch-increment=$5


Geoff

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