Pandigital PhotoLink Scanner User Manual

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  • Page 1

    PhotoLink Scanner User Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Orientation of the Original and Scanned Image ... 13 Photo Protection Sleeves ... 14 Image Crop ... 15 Connect PhotoLink Scanner to a PC ... 16 System Requirements (for PC) ... 16 Make Connection to PC ... 16 Windows Explorer with Microsoft Vista View ... 18 For Windows Vista Users ...

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    Cleaning the Image Sensor ... 26 Calibrate the PhotoLink Scanner ... 27 Storing the PhotoLink Scanner ... 27 Technical Specifications ... 28 Frequently Asked Questions/ Troubleshooting ... 29 Limited Warranty ... 30 FCC Statement ... 31 UGEPANSCN01_V1.5      ...

  • Page 4: Read This First

    Read This First Please read the following important safety instructions carefully before using the PhotoLink instructions may result in personal injuries or damages to this scanner. Important Safety Precautions Always follow these basic safety precautions when using your PhotoLink electric shock, and injury.

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    Disclaimer Pandigital reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the contents thereof without obligation to notify any person of such revision or changes. Do not drop or apply shock/vibration to this scanner.

  • Page 6: What's In The Box

    Avoid scanning and re-distributing copyrighted originals and images or those of unknown sources. Doing so may violate your local copyright laws and related regulations. Pandigital cannot be made liable for the losses that may result from breaching the laws described above...

  • Page 7: Introduction, Photolink Scanner Diagram, Front View

    Introduction Welcome to the Pandigital Multimedia you can scan your printed photos and store them into your memory card, no computer is necessary. Simply insert a memory card into the Scanner, and power on. When the unit is ready, feed...

  • Page 8: Rear View

    Power connector Function/ Description Indicates the power status of the scanner. (Refer to “Indicator Lights” on page 9.) Slide the guide to adjust for smaller than 4x6” originals to ensure the proper alignment. Insert a 4x6” original against the right side of slot for proper alignment.

  • Page 9: Scanner Indicator Lights

    Sensor cleaning in progress. Please wait until the process is complete before performing any operations. Paper jam. Press the Power button. The scanner will advance the original so you can remove the jammed original from the output slot. No memory card, card full (free space below 1MB), card error or SD card locked.

  • Page 10: Operating The Scanner, Initial Setup

    • The scanner only accepts memory cards in FAT16 or FAT32 format. NTFS and other file formats are not supported. may differ from that of your region. 10 ...

  • Page 11: Scan A Photo

    (included with scanner.) correct orientation as indicated by the orientation guide, place one edge of the photo on the scanner and adjust the guide lever so that the photo aligns against the left side of the feeding slot.

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    “Indicator Lights” on page 9). Use another card or delete some files on it if necessary. 1. To power down the scanner after all photos are scanned, press and hold the power button for one second. The power indicator will blink and then go off.

  • Page 13: Suitable And Unsuitable Original Types, Orientation Of The Original And Scanned Image

    3.5”x5” and 4”x6” photos • Business cards (1.5mm or thinner) Do not use the following types of originals for scanning, otherwise the scanner will malfunction or cause the original to jam in the slot. • Photos/business cards thicker than 1.5mm •...

  • Page 14: Photo Protection Sleeves

    Included with your PhotoLink clear plastic protection sleeves: (Please use the supplied 3”x5” and 4”x6” plastic sleeves for matching size photo scanning) 1. Insert the photo into the plastic sleeve as shown below. Scanner are two different sized 14 ...

  • Page 15: Image Crop

    If the plastic sleeves are not in use, store them in a safe place and keep them protected from accumulating dust. Image Crop PhotoLink detects and automatically crops dark edges of an original as it is scanned. Please refer to the illustration below. Scanner has a built-in cropping function that 15 ...

  • Page 16: System Requirements (for Pc), Make Connection To Pc

    PhotoLink By connecting the scanner to a computer, you can access the scanned images on the memory card directly, or use the scanner as a memory card reader, so that you can freely copy, paste or delete files to and from the memory card using the computer.

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    SD (MMC) > CF > xD > MS/MS Pro/MS Duo For example, if both SD and CF cards are inserted, the scanner will store the scanned images onto the SD card only. 6. Press the Power button; the power indicator light blinks.

  • Page 18: Windows Explorer With Microsoft Vista View, For Windows Vista Users

    To view photos on the PC while scanning, change Windows Explorer’s setting as follows: 1. Select “Open folder to view files” option. 2. Check the “Always do this for pictures” checkbox. Scanner is connected with your PC via a 18 ...

  • Page 19: For Windows Xp Users

    To view photos on the PC while scanning, change Windows Explorer’s setting as follows: 1. Select “Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer”. 2. Select the “Always do the selected action” checkbox. 3. Click OK. Scanner is connected with your PC via a 19 ...

  • Page 20: Safely Disconnect The Scanner From Pc

    When the message ‘Safe to remove Hardware’ displays, you can safely remove the scanner’s USB cable. Macintosh Systems a. Click and drag the hard disk icon to Trash, which will become an eject function. b. Disconnect the scanner USB cable from your computer. 20 ...

  • Page 21: Scan2pc Manager (scanner To Pc Utility), Installing The Scan2pc Manager, System Requirements

    1. Insert the SD card (included with scanner) into the SD memory card slot on the Scanner. 2. Open ‘My Computer’ on your desktop, locate and double-click the SD card folder named Pandigital, and then double-click the Utility folder. 3. Double-click the “Scan2PC Manager.exe” file.

  • Page 22: Using The Scan2pc Manager

    For example, PD_0001.jpg, PD_0002.jpg… If the file name reaches PD_9999.jpg in the “Photo1” folder, a new folder named “Photo2” will automatically be created to store subsequent new files, and so on. Scanner is detected by the PC, the button to select a different location 22 ...

  • Page 23: Supported Memory Cards

    Note: If you want to start the Scan2PC Manager manually, double-click the icon on the Desktop, or right-click icon in the system tray and select Setting. If you want to close the Scan2PC Manager temporarily, right-click on the icon and select Exit. Supported Memory Cards 23 ...

  • Page 24: File Naming And Storage Rules, Scanner Maintenance

    Scanner Maintenance Cleaning the PhotoLink In order to maintain the scanned image quality and prevent dust accumulation, it is recommended that you clean the scanner (outer • If the memory card (volume name - PDSCAN) is used with the scanner for the first time, the scanner creates a folder named “PHOTO1”...

  • Page 25: Cleaning The Roller

    (about every 100-150 scans) using only the recommended and supplied tools. WARNING: Do not use any solvents or corrosive liquid (for example, alcohol, kerosene..., etc.) to clean any part of the scanner, otherwise the plastic material will be permanently damaged.

  • Page 26: Cleaning The Image Sensor

    Remove the cleaning sheet, store it in a safe place and protect it from dust. 1. Follow the instructions on page 24 to clean the outer casing of the scanner first. 2. With the scanner powered off and disconnected from the power supply, insert the sensor cleaning swab into one end of the output slot.

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    To calibrate the scanner: Storing the PhotoLink If the scanner will not be used for a prolonged period of time, follow the instructions below to store the scanner for future use. 1. Disconnect the scanner from power supply.

  • Page 28: Technical Specifications

    2. Place the scanner and power adapter in a box or bag to keep them from accumulation of dust. 3. Place it in a cool and dry place, inaccessible to small children. 4. After long-term storage, it is recommended that you clean and calibrate the scanner before use.

  • Page 29: Frequently Asked Questions/ Troubleshooting

    13 for more information. Q: The scanner feels warm to the touch. A: It is normal for the scanner to emit a small amount of heat (around 30-45 Celsius) after prolonged use. However, if there are strange...

  • Page 30: Limited Warranty

    PARTS: For a period of ninety (90) days from the date of purchase, if this product is found to be defective, Pandigital will supply at no cost, new or rebuilt replacement parts, at its option, at no charge. After this ninety (90) day period, parts will be charged for on a case by case basis.

  • Page 31: Fcc Statement

    Pandigital or its suppliers and is protected by United States and international copyright laws or other intellectual property laws and treaties. Said content shall not be reproduced or used without express written permission from Pandigital and its suppliers respectively.

  • Page 32

    • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. WARNING: Changes or modification to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the...

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