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2xxx and 3xxx Scanjet series SANE support

TIERNY
Occasional Visitor

2xxx and 3xxx Scanjet series SANE support

Hi there, I'm working since a few days ago on a SANE backend's writing for the 2xxx and 3xxx Scanjet series support under GNU/Linux environments. Would anyone know where I could find some technical cocumentation about those scanners ? (especially their chipset command set) Thanx, Julien
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Martin P.J. Zinser
Honored Contributor

Re: 2xxx and 3xxx Scanjet series SANE support

Hello,

seems there are a couple of different chipsets involved. In case you have not seen it, the current status can be found at

http://www.sane-project.org/sane-mfgs.html#HEWLETT-PACKARD

hp is not exactly forthcoming with this information as far as I can tell.

Greetings, Martin
TIERNY
Occasional Visitor

Re: 2xxx and 3xxx Scanjet series SANE support

Thanks Martin but I think I'm aware enough of SANE's achievement.Realtek based HP scanners are now supported, so old SCL ones are.Do you know where I could find just a list of the chipsets featured in those scanners ?thanx, julien
Martin P.J. Zinser
Honored Contributor

Re: 2xxx and 3xxx Scanjet series SANE support

Hello Julien,

as I wrote, I am not aware of hp publicizing this information. I do have a broken SJ 2300 that I could disassemble to find partnumbers etc if you can tell me what to look for.

Greetings, Martin