These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
Released in the early 2000's, the Microtek Scanmaker was made to be everything that either a small business or independent designer needed in a digital imaging device.
The Microtek Scanmaker 5900 is easily identifiable as a scanner due to its easy open lid that reveals a glass surface for placing your pictures and documents on it.
It can further be identified by the fact that it says Microtek ScanMaker 5900 on the lid of the device. Refer to the manufacturers website for further details.
Having a problem Scanning in all your beautiful documents and photos? Refer to our troubleshooting page.
- 7 Smart-touch buttons + 1 Power on/off button: Scan, Copy, Email, OCR, Scan-to-Web, Cancel , Custom and Power on/off
- Windows & Macintosh
- USB 2.0
- 8.5" x 11.7"
- 65535 x 65535 dpi (PC)
- 32768 x 32768 dpi (Mac)
- Single pass
- Sigma Six CCD Technology (Dual 10,600-element stacked CCDs)
- 4800 x 2400 dpi
- True 48-bit input and output (trillions of colors)
- Integrated 4" x 5" Transparency Adapter with FilmView
- 50-page automatic document feeder
- 64MB RAM (128MB recommended); Pentium PC or later
- USB: USB port & Windows 98/2000/Me/XP
- 64MB RAM (128MB recommended); iMac/G3/G4
- USB: Built-in USB port & Mac OS 9.0 ~ 9.x or OS X (classic mode)
- 110V / 220V
- 5.7 lbs / 2.6 kg
- 19.0" x 11.5" x 2.9" (LxWxH)
- 483mm x 294mm x 78mm (LxWxH)