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* scan no more than 10 pages per batch
 
* scan no more than 10 pages per batch
 
* nothing to do with over using the machine sometimes the smudge show up randomly in a batch, if I do the next batch no smudge or line.
 
* nothing to do with over using the machine sometimes the smudge show up randomly in a batch, if I do the next batch no smudge or line.
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* Discussed with Pagasa to test scanning larger volume to make this smudge problem show up, but then giving the scanner ~15 minutes to cool down '''without cleaning it''' to test if this is really an overheating issue. Waiting to hear back. [[User:PTorres|PTorres]] 09:49, 2019 February 11 (CST)  
 
* Discussed with Pagasa to test scanning larger volume to make this smudge problem show up, but then giving the scanner ~15 minutes to cool down '''without cleaning it''' to test if this is really an overheating issue. Waiting to hear back. [[User:PTorres|PTorres]] 09:49, 2019 February 11 (CST)  
 
** Pagasa confirms that this is an issue only with larger batches, and that the problem goes away on its own when the scanner has had time to cool down. When a larger batch is scanned, the first few pages are OK, and then the line starts to show up. Pagasa will follow up with the printer people at eHealth about this. }}
 
** Pagasa confirms that this is an issue only with larger batches, and that the problem goes away on its own when the scanner has had time to cool down. When a larger batch is scanned, the first few pages are OK, and then the line starts to show up. Pagasa will follow up with the printer people at eHealth about this. }}
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* Its been a while that I don't see any line on the Tiss form anymore and also i were able to scanned  more tiss forms ex. 10.
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* Don't need to call the Teleform about the line issue.
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[[User:PTorres|PTorres]] 13:48, 2019 June 13 (CDT)
  
 
== File locations ==
 
== File locations ==

Latest revision as of 13:48, 2019 June 13

This article documents the scan-to-network functionality of our scanner. The main use for this is TISS28 Form Scanning using Teleform.

Instructions

On the scanner:

  1. put forms into scanner face up
  2. on scanner interface, click "Scan to Network"
  3. click "Scan to Network" a second time
  4. click "Scan it" button
  • When scanning done, it will say "scan successful"
    • With a message showing "Would you scan additional documents?"
    • click "No"

High volume scanning

We have observed that scanning more than ~10 pages at a time can lead to a smudge/line showing up in the scanned image, requiring re-scans. To avoid this:

  • scan no more than 10 pages per batch
  • nothing to do with over using the machine sometimes the smudge show up randomly in a batch, if I do the next batch no smudge or line.
  • Discussed with Pagasa to test scanning larger volume to make this smudge problem show up, but then giving the scanner ~15 minutes to cool down without cleaning it to test if this is really an overheating issue. Waiting to hear back. PTorres 09:49, 2019 February 11 (CST)
    • Pagasa confirms that this is an issue only with larger batches, and that the problem goes away on its own when the scanner has had time to cool down. When a larger batch is scanned, the first few pages are OK, and then the line starts to show up. Pagasa will follow up with the printer people at eHealth about this. }}
  • Its been a while that I don't see any line on the Tiss form anymore and also i were able to scanned more tiss forms ex. 10.
  • Don't need to call the Teleform about the line issue.

PTorres 13:48, 2019 June 13 (CDT)

File locations

The scanner has been configured with an option labeled: Scan to Network. This option saves the file(s) to the following network share:

  • \\hsc1msfp0001.ad.wrha.mb.ca\intmed_CCMDB_ScanFolder

Currently the only users with access to this share are:

Troubleshooting

See Scanner, and document interactions with eHealth there.

Start Date

February 25, 2015