Quickly scan a large stack of two-sided documents and easily capture bulky media. Stay productive with a 50-page ADF, excellent paper handling, and support for a wide range of document types.
Produce up to 40 images per minute with two-sided scanning and a 50-page automatic document feeder.
Scan documents up to 21.6 x 309.9 cm (8.5 x 122) through the ADF, and use the flatbed for bulky media.
Don’t wait for warm-up—Instant-on Technology lets you begin scanning quickly.
Free up space for work. This HP ScanJet is small and slim—a modern design perfect for the desktop.
Simplify your workflow and save time. Everyday scanning and routine tasks are faster and easier with pre-configured and custom one-touch scan buttons, scan profiles, and scan-to-cloud tools.
Streamline routine work with one-touch scanning—create one-button, custom settings for recurring scan jobs.
Define scan profiles for common document types and scan to multiple destinations with HP Scan software.
Quickly share or archive scans directly to popular cloud destinations with HP Scan software.
Scan directly into applications without opening another program with HP’s full-featured TWAIN driver.
Automatically capture, edit, and process text and images with a powerful software suite that ensures all of your scans come out with excellent quality.
Accurately capture text from documents for easy editing with HP Scan and I.R.I.S. Readiris™ Pro OCR software.
Get sharp, true-to-life scans of documents, graphics, and photos with up to 1200 dpi resolution.
Easily edit and organize documents and photos with a full suite of feature-rich software.
- Flatbed, ADF
- Up to 600 dpi (color and mono, ADF); Up to 1200 dpi (color and mono, flatbed)
- Up to 20 ppm/40 ipm (b&w, gray and color, 300 dpi)
- Hi-Speed USB 2.0
- Recommended daily duty cycle: 1500 pages (ADF)
Automatic document feeder
Automatic document feeder (ADF) allows user to print, scan or copy quickly without having to manually putting paper into the machine.
Enables simultaneous scanning of both sides of a document through a single pass of the scanning area of multifunction devices.