Using in a Wireless LAN Environment
The ScanSnap can be connected to a computer or a mobile device via wireless LAN. To use this function, make sure a wireless LAN is available in advance. When you connect the ScanSnap to a wireless LAN, information for a wireless access point or router such as a SSID (network name) or security key (password) may be required. For details, refer to the manual of your wireless access point or router.
Removing the Protective Packaging
Follow the procedure described below to remove the protective packaging before using the ScanSnap.
1. Open the ADF paper chute (cover), and pull the tape to remove the protective foam sheet from the stacker. Open the stacker and pull the tape to remove the protective sheet from the ADF top section.
2. Pull the ADF release tab to open the ADF top section, and pull the tape to remove the protective card from the side guides.
Connecting the ScanSnap
1. Connect the AC cable to the AC adapter (collectively called the “power cable”).
2. Plug the power cable into the power connector at the back of the ScanSnap, and the other end to an AC outlet.
3. Remove the tape seal on the USB connector of the ScanSnap.
4. Connect the USB cable to the USB connector on the ScanSnap and the USB port on your computer.
5. Open the ADF paper chute (cover) of the ScanSnap.
6. Check the ScanSnap Manager icon.
Scan Test (USB Connection)
After you perform a scan, check the linkage with applications.
1. Load a document in the ScanSnap.
2. Press the [Scan] button on the ScanSnap.
3. In the Quick Menu, click the icon of the application to link with ScanSnap Manager.
Connecting the ScanSnap to a Wireless LAN
To connect the ScanSnap to the wireless LAN, follow the instructions on the screen that is displayed after the installation.
1. On the wizard screens for connecting the ScanSnap to the wireless LAN, click the [Next] button or the [Continue] button.
2. After performing the preparations as described on the screen, click the [Next] button or the [Continue] button.
3. Connect the ScanSnap to the wireless LAN. Proceed by following the instructions on the screen.
4. Select whether to register the current computer to the ScanSnap as a computer to be connected to the ScanSnap via wireless LAN.
5. Select whether to connect the ScanSnap and the mobile device via wireless LAN. If you want to connect them, click the [Yes] button and follow the instructions on the screen. If you do not want to connect them, click the [No] button. You can use the ScanSnap Wireless Setup Tool to connect the ScanSnap and the mobile device via wireless LAN at another time. For details, refer to the Wireless Setup Tool help.
6. Follow the instructions on the screen to close the window.