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Brother ADS-2500W Scanner
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- Description du produit: Brother ADS-2500W
- Surface maximal de numérisation: 215,9 x 863 mm
- Résolution de numérisation optique: 600 x 600 DPI
- Résolution de numérisation améliorée: 1200 x 1200 DPI
- Type de scanner: ADF
- Couleur: Noir, Gris
- Écran: LCD
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The scanning time, even when doing two-side scanning, is easily the fastest I have ever configured.
The footprint is very small. When all its trays are folded in, it is tiny (it was almost comical to see the size difference with the scanner it was replacing).
The setup of the scan to web services is easy, but time consuming. I wish there was a better way to do this directly on a computer (a web console, perhaps) instead of having to punch the (very good) touch screen repeatedly for each user. I configured about 10 accounts and it took me quite a bit of time, not because it was difficult, but because it was not very efficient. Other than that, this is a remarkable product.
The ease of use, once it is configured, could not be much better. I think that maybe it would make sense to have an interface that is user-centric, rather than service centric (in which there are users showing in the screen and once you press the name of the user, you see all the services they have configured), but it is, nevertheless, very easy to use.
Time will tell how long it lasts, but so far, it has been spectacular.
So far, this machine is going 5 years and I expect to obtain at least 1 - 3 more years until replacement. However, going forward I would not recommend this scanner for users in Unix/Linux environment.
The actual speed of the scanner is fine, its just the initiation of the scan and the completion of sending the file.
- fast ... everybody who uses it for the first time comments on the speed.
- duplex is a timesaver and no slower (it seems) than single sided. We default to scanning both sides and it automatically removes any blanks from the file.
- pretty easy to set up, even though we just relied on the web interface rather than the OS X native software
- only one or two jams, each with pages that were a bit ragged / torn in the corner from stapling (it seems to grab the page near the edge as well as in the middle). Haven't had any problems w/ 40+ page docs where the staples were removed cleanly.
The only negatives are quibbles. We use scan-to-email all the time and it seems like there are one or two more key presses required than you'd think. Also, when you put paper in the ADF you then have to wait a few seconds for an on-screen message to go away before you can get started. But that's it, and that's not much.
We're using the scan to network option with our DMS and this scanner works well with that system. However, unless I'm missing something, it appears to be limited to only 10 available network folders, at least when using the scanner without being connected to a computer. It may be more flexible if you use the included software, I don't know. We use thin clients here and I'm not interested in using the software. However, I am able to work around this limitation by using the scan to email feature instead or in addition to the scan to network feature. Our DMS can capture email attachments and route them based on the email address used.
The quality of the scanner has been good for us so far. However, the touchscreen is slower than I like. It works, but everything you do in it is very slow compared to other scanners we use.
The scan engine is fast as long as you use it in the default configuration. However, if you turn on Document Size Auto Detect, Auto De-skew and/or Skip Blank Page, then the pauses between scanned pages in a multipage document can become close to unbearable. The Skip Blank Page option by itself isn't too terribly bad, but it causes the scanner to pause as much as 5 or 6 seconds between pages and we need this feature turned on in our environment. The pause seems even longer when you combine multiple features such as the Skip Blank Page, Deskew and Auto Size options.
I'm primarily using this scanner with the scan to email and scan to network options. Both work well, but the number of steps involved to use the features seems to be more than necessary to me and because the screen responsiveness is so slow, it takes longer than it should to perform these functions. Also, the scan to network feature takes more time than it should to connect to the network folders selected... upwards of 20 - 30 seconds. I'm performing these same functions from multiple HP multi-function printers and these devices handle the same steps much more quickly than the ADS-2500W does. The HP's connect to the network folders almost instantly and they require fewer steps to start the scans. In addition, the touch screens on the HP's are fast, so they perform the work much faster and more efficiently than the ADS-2500W. The HP's scan slower than the Brother does, in its default configuration, but when configured the way we need it, the HP's actually out perform this scanner in my experience.
So, I give the scanner three stars because although it works and does the job that I need it to do, it takes too long to get the work done.
After more than a month of daily use in our accounting office, I had to take this scanner out of service. It quite simply was not up to the task of scanning a few hundred pages a day in our environment. Don't get me wrong, it did work and get the job done. However, the frustration level in making it work was not worth the hassle. I'm the IT Manager for our company and we're just testing our document management system at the moment. We're scanning documents the way we plan to when we go live, but at the moment we're still filing everything the way we've done forever, testing in parallel if you will. The complaints I received from the users concerning this scanner were that it is too slow (see comments above) and it is fickle about the amount of pages you can scan in batch. The scanner is supposed to scan up to 50 pages at a time, but in actual use, it was only able to handle about half that consistently; meaning sometimes it worked as it should, but other times it wouldn't, making it unpredictable and unreliable. The users wasted too much time babysitting the scanner because of the paper jam issues.
This Brother scanner now sits on my desk to be used as a testing device; I can't put it into service for production because of the experiences above. For someone without demanding needs, the scanner may be a nice fit. It will certainly work well for me to use as a personal scanner and for testing with our document management system, but for us, it's not up to the demands of our clerical staff.
I ended up replacing this scanner with a Fujitsu ScanSnap N1800; I wrote a review on that scanner as well if you're interested.