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With a combination of performance, convenience, and flexibility, the Canon imageFORMULA DR-M160 scanner is a compact document imaging solution for office environments. The DR-M160 scanner’s user-friendly design, high-quality image processing, reliable item handling, and intelligent software offer end-to-end options for capturing, converting, communicating, and controlling business information.

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Product Details

  • Color: White
  • Brand: Canon
  • Model: Canon DR-M160
  • Original language:
    English
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 9.09″ h x
    11.02″ w x
    9.76″ l,
    7.05 pounds

Features

  • Scans up to 60 pages per minute
  • Double-Feed & Non-feed prevention
  • Simple hardware and features designed with the user in mind

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
star50 tpng Industrial strength scanning for a home office desk
By Ammy_Evaluator
Updated Dec 17, 2013:I love this scanner – after about 2 years of fairly regular use, it’s still working as well as it did when it was brand new.##########################I’m a strong believer in a paperless office, both for security and ease of access, and have used the Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 for a number of years. I have absolutely loved that scanner, which is without doubt, the best business investment I’ve made. It has the smallest footprint ever, is very zippy, and can do duplex scans, with blank page removal. It even came with a great software package – a PDF manager (ScanSnap Organizer) and Adobe Acrobat Standard.Downsides with the S510? It is easy to double feed pages, requiring a restart of the scan job from the top. Furthermore, you are restricted to the ScanSnap Manager software for all scanning – TWAIN/ISIS compatible applications cannot directly interface with it.The DR-M160 is a whole different beast inside and out.The ScanSnap’s compact foldability and genial two tone colors are replaced by a more professional finish. The ScanSnap’s rollers are simply no comparison to the heavy duty ones that reside within the DR-M160. The DR-M160′s speed is to be seen to be believed – both for the physical scan as well as for the PDF conversion. And, all of this in a workstation footprint that’s only slightly larger than that of the ScanSnap!Note that this comparison was purely for illustrative purposes as the ScanSnap cost me about half of what the DR-M160 retails for, so the two devices are in entirely different leagues.Installation:########1. Mechanical setup took a couple of minutes. Slot in the document feed tray, and remove a couple of protective stays, and it’s good to go.2. Software install is also straightforward with a single CD that installs a driver, CaptureOn Touch (a TWAIN compatible scanning application), CapturePerfect (ISIS compatible scanning application), and eCopy PDF Pro office (an Adobe Acrobat Professional equivalent from Nuance).3. After a restart, and with the scanner connected, my computer loaded the drivers and I was good to go. From start to finish – about 15 minutes.That’s where I should have stopped. Installing Kofax Virtual ReScan was an exercise in patience. First I needed to run a separate CD installer. Even on Windows 7 32-bit, I got an annoying “The detected Operating System is not supported for VRS…” Soldiering past that, I needed to download a Canon DR-M160 Component Installer from the Kofax site. Kofax was then unhappy about its activation. Not a pleasant piece of software, and completely unintuitive to use. I quit before I hurt myself.Experiences:##############For my very first test, I loaded 53 pages into its hopper (about the max capacity), and clicked the Start button. This was a batch of legal sized documents that had sat in a folder, stapled together, for about 8 years. This was a tough job, especially given how much the pages wanted to stick together, but the DR-M160 handled it like a champ. It took about 3 minutes to run through these pages – scanning them at 200 dpi, and converting to an output PDF file. This was remarkable given that I was using a 4 year old computer with a dual core processor and 2GB of RAM. The rated speed of 60ppm is with a Core i7 2.8GHz CPU with 4MB RAM, and letter sized paper.Since then I’ve thrown more typical jobs at it (mailed statements, invoices, and the like) and it has handled them with panache and effortless ease.I was also impressed with the software that accompanies the DR-M160. You literally have everything you need to be productive and effective at managing a paperless office. As with any software, there’s a learning curve associated.CaptureOn Touch:#############CaptureOn Touch is the least fussy, most presentable, and friendliest of the bunch. You can go full-auto, and let the scanner make all the decisions. Or, you can hook into the scanner’s driver and configure it the way you want it – adjusting brightness/contrast, compression/quality tradeoff, double feed detection, etc.It supports 9 configurable profiles that are integrated with the Job Select hard button on the DR-M160. Each profile describes a scan workflow (a job) in terms of (a) scanner settings (dpi, duplex/simplex, rotate to match text orientation, etc.), (b) whether you want to review the scanned output, (c) the output file format (PDF, JPEG, TIFF, PPTX, BMP), and (d) the destination (file folder, print, a target application, email). Note that the scanner only displays a job number, so I needed a cheat sheet to keep my profiles straight.CapturePerfect:###########This is much less intuitive to use than CaptureOn Touch. For e.g., when I tried to perform a duplex scan using the [Scan Page] menu option, I got a dialog that simply said “Scanning Side is set to front-side and back-side or skip blank page, but scan front-side only.” Turns out you must pick [Scan Batch to File] in order to scan duplex! If you can take its idiosyncrasies, you are rewarded with additional control options, such as dynamic image manipulation.eCopy PDF Pro:##########Just like Adobe Acrobat, eCopy supports indexing of PDFs, security, digital certificates, PDF forms, PDF comparison, search based redaction, macros, integration with MS Office, etc. And, also just like Acrobat – it comes with DRM in the form of online activation and machine fingerprinting.The UI for this tool does not match its power – the icons look as if drawn by a bunch of preschoolers, and I often have to hunt to find functions. Fortunately, all the power that I need is there, except perhaps the ability to add security to a batch of PDF documents. I find that I am quite impressed with eCopy’s functionality and stability.Conclusion:########Over the time that I’ve used it, this has become my go-to scanner. It is hard to find fault with anything that this unit does. It is quiet, quick, compact, and comes with some fairly industrial strength software tools.In addition, the Exchange Roller Kit for DR-M160 Scanner, is readily available in case it is needed.The DRM-160 also has two special modes – “Thin Paper mode” which is used for scanning receipts (the ScanSnap needed receipts to be encased in a transparent carrier sheet), and “Non Separation Feeding mode” which is useful for scanning folded documents; both of which work very well.This scanner does its job and does it exceedingly well. I don’t imagine that I’ll outgrow this scanner for a very long while.Happy Scanning!

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
star40 tpng Fast scanner, but PDF software leaves a lot to be desired
By S. Jentsch
This scanner is not your average, run-of-the-mill consumer grade device, and its performance shows. Unfortunately, the software that is bundled with it keeps it from being a five-star item.I installed the TWAIN device driver as well as the eCopy PDF Pro Office software. I figured I would start with that and then go for the Kofax Virtual Rescan software, which appears to be for OCR (optical character recognition) and large volume document scanning, later. Given the experience I had with the PDF software, perhaps I should have either stopped with the TWAIN driver, or just skipped it for the Kofax software, but more on that later.The scanner is fast! After installing the TWAIN device driver and the scanning interface software, I was able to scan a document using Adobe Acrobat Pro. When I hit the scan button, I thought I did something wrong, because the page fed through the scanner so quickly, I figured it just ejected the page. A moment later, Acrobat is showing me both sides of the document that was scanned, in color, and the text was auto-recognized as text from within Acrobat! Even after several weeks of use, I’m still amazed by how fast this scanner does its job, but for the price point, I guess that should be a given.The scanning interface software that allows for programming the buttons on the scanner and for automating scanning tasks took a little to get configured, but once I became familiar with the options, I found quite a bit of power and flexibility available. Customizable presets can be chosen for the default process, and those presets control most of the scanning parameters, as well as how documents and images are saved.If you need to scan documents on a regular basis, or if you have a large volume of documents to scan, this software alone can be a god-send. The ability to set up the software to auto-save documents where you want them, and how you want them named, really comes in handy and makes the task much easier and much faster. For instance, you can have each page saved separately or together, and each file can have whatever prefix you want, with the date and time inserted, as well as a running counter. I would have liked the ability to have just the date instead of the date and time, but that’s a minor nitpick.The eCopy PDF Pro Office software is the one negative in this package. Its interface appears amateurish and setting its options is not as comprehensive as I would have liked. For anyone that has a document management software package, such as Adobe Acrobat Pro, I wouldn’t even recommend installing the eCopy product unless there is a feature you really need.One major reason for this is what I found quite by accident a while after installing it. I noticed that the hard drive was thrashing quite a bit while I wasn’t doing any disk-instensive tasks, and the CPU load was high enough to kick up the fans in the case for extra cooling. I investigated and found that the CPU had gone up to 25% and there was a lot of disk activity from the Windows indexing system and another program that I tracked down to the eCopy software. It turns out that the eCopy software integrates with the Windows indexing system to enable indexing of PDF files, and now that it was enabled, every file on my hard drive was being scanned for PDF files to index. This went on for a couple of hours while I tracked down the cause, and I could not find any way within the Windows Indexing System or the eCopy software to stop it. Eventually, I found a reference on a web site where people were reporting the same issue, and followed the instructions to run MSCONFIG and disable the service that was causing the undesired behavior.I was not annoyed so much by the fact that this happened, as I can see the value in it, but I think it should have been an option during installation, and there should have been a way to switch off that activity without having to force Windows to stop the service that was connecting to the Windows Indexing Service. Most average computer users are not going to know about MSCONFIG and a good share will not feel comfortable using that tool, and given the impact that it had on the system, such behavior shouldn’t be enabled by default.That software issue aside, this scanner is an excellent device. It’s much more than the average person needs, but if your needs outstrip the capability of consumer-grade scanners, this one certainly seems up to the task! The biggest issue with many lower-priced scanners is that they do not come with TWAIN drivers, but rather proprietary interfaces with the bundled document management software bundled with the scanner. While this probably lowers the price of the unit somehow, the flexibility that the TWAIN driver provides is invaluable for those of us that want to use our own software to perform scanning tasks.With the higher price should come enhanced performance when it comes to feeding a stack of papers well (I had no issues with everything that I tried) and durability. Time will tell on the latter front, but it’s encouraging to see that roller kits are available for purchase for the time when the rollers no longer feed the paper well, as happens with scanners and printers alike after extended use.The speed of this scanner and the availability of the TWAIN driver are the two primary characteristics that make this a device worthy of consideration. The powerful scanning interface software will fulfill many needs for document scanning, and if you’re willing to put up with the eCopy software or if you already have your own, editing scanned documents also becomes possible.In a small office/home office situation, a device like this makes it possible to take that stack of back invoices, bills, and other paperwork, and turn it into a set of files on your computer that you can organize, store, and backup any way that you want. Now that I have this scanner connected, I’ve been looking for paperwork that has been buried in drawers and boxes, but should be more accessible, and finally taking care of a task that was too onerous to even consider doing in the past.

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
star30 tpng Fast Scanner, has some design flaws
By C. Lubbers
PROS:This scanner is blazing fast. At 300 dpi is creates a very high quality image in an amazingly short time.CONS:It has 2 major problems.1. One is that the outbound tray isn’t smooth. It has groves that allow it to slide in and fold up. The problem with that is when paper is being discharged from the machine it fairly regularly get caught up in the groves, sometimes jamming the scanner.2. The paper sitting in the inbound tray bumps up a little as the next page feeds in. This only becomes a problem when you get to the second to the last page, as that feeds in it bumps the last page making the scanner think that it is done with all the pages. So you end up having to scan again and append that to the first scan. The only solution is in the settings you can have it not stop scanning until you push the stop button on the front of the machine. While this fixes the problem it is a pain to have to do that every time if you scan frequently.FINAL THOUGHTS:It is a good scanner no doubt but for the amount of money it costs it should really be designed a little better. Also I can’t speak to the software that comes with it, we use a third party DMS so we don’t use any of the software that comes with it except the TWAIN drivers which seem to work well as our 3rd party software doesn’t have any issues communicating with the scanner like we’ve had with other scanners (snapScan I’m looking at you)EDIT: I’ve been using this scanner pretty heavily for about 7 months. I need to retract one of my cons. Number 1 about the outbound tray. It turns or that it is just REALLY sensitive about being completely extended. It if it just 1 millimeter off it tends to jam up. If it is extended all the way it doesn’t jam at all. Number 2 is still a real problem though.

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