Scan Station 720EX Support

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Drivers & Software

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Scan Station 700/720 EX Drivers

Kodak Software Update Download: The KSSupdate (v1.01.28) release provides updates to the KODAK Scan Station Application. (IMPORTANT: The Administrative has no updates)

To Install the file, select the file to download and click on the download button. IMPORTANT: When downloading the file, click on save, DO NOT click on run. 

  • Save the KSS700update.exe file to a blank flash drive, along with your kss.xml file (used to configure your Scan Station 700)
  • Insert the USB flash drive into the KODAK Scan Station 700, and follow all the update prompts.
  • Reboot the Scan Station

Related Items: Scan Station 700/720 Release Notes

 

Scan Station Remote Admin Software

Kodak Remote Administration Software: The Remote Administration software application is needed to remotely manage Scan Station(s).

Kodak Remote Administration Upgrade Software ONLY

  • Download and Run the RemoteAdmin_Update_1.1.19.zip file on the PC that currently has Version 1.0.14.00 of the Remote Administration Application installed.
 SS Software Versions Numbers:  
 KDSBASE  REMOTE ADMINISTRATION
 1.00.15.00  1.00.14.00
 1.01.23.00  1.01.19.00
 1.01.24.00  1.01.19.00

Specifications

Recommended Daily Volume
Up to 6,000 pages per day
Connectivity
10/100/1000 Base T and no host PC required; built-in 56K fax modem
Output Methods
Scan to network share, scan to print, scan to e-mail, scan to hardware fax, scan to portable USB drive, scan to KOFAX Front Office Server, FTP, sFTP, FTPS (anonymous, authenticated, with proxy support), and scan to MICROSOFT SHAREPOINT 
Network Protocols
TCP/IP, SMB, authenticated SMTP (login, plain text, CRAM, NTLM), DHCP (or static IP), Network domain authentication
Security Features
PDF private key encryption, optional password access, option to enable/disable the ability to scan to portable USB drives, secure login via LDAP, activity logging by Login ID, IP port blocking
Remote Administration
(for system administrators only)
Secure login with a customizable password, ability to create and manage lists of Scan Station 700 devices, group and easily classify managed devices, update the configuration and/or embedded software of one, some or all managed devices, view the status of managed devices, remotely access and manage the logs of a single managed device, restart or power off a single managed device
File Format Outputs
Single and multipage TIFF, JPEG, PDF, text searchable PDF, PDF/A, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, RTF, encrypted PDF, optional JPEG compressed TIFF, WAV audio files
Audio
Built-in microphone and speaker to record and play back Voice Attachment messages
Scanning Technology
Duplex scanning with dual color quadlinear CCD, 600 dpi optical resolution, capture bit depth is 30 bits (10 x 3), color output bit depth is 24 bits (8 x 3), grayscale output bit depth is 256 levels (8-bit)
Output Resolution
100, 150, 200, 240, 300, 400, 600 dpi
Imaging Features
Perfect Page Scanning, deskew, autocrop, content-based blank page removal, automatic orientation, hole fill, edge fill, streak filter, color dropout
Throughput Speeds (portrait, letter size, black-and- white/grayscale/color)
Up to 50 ppm/100 ipm at 200 dpi
Multi-Feed Detection
With ultrasonic technology
Feeder
Up to 75 sheets of 20 lb. (80 g/m2) paper
Maximum Document Size
215 mm x 863 mm (8.5 in. x 34 in.) – may be restricted at certain resolutions
Minimum Document Size
50 mm x 63.5 mm (2 in. x 2.5 in.);
Multiple-sheet feeding: 75 mm x 125 mm (3 in. x 5 in.)
Paper Thickness and Weight
413 g/m2 (110 lb.) paper and ID cards up to 1.25 mm (0.05 in.) thick
Approvals and Product Certifications
AS/NZS CISPR 22:2009 +A1:2010 (Class B RCM mark), CAN/CSA-C22.2 No 60950-1-07 +A1:2011 (TUV C mark), Canada CSA-CISPR 22-10 / ICES-003 Issue 5 (Class B), China GB4943.1.2011; GB9254:2008 Class B (CCC S&E mark), EN55022:2010 ITE Emissions (Class B), EN55024:2010 ITE Immunity (CE mark), EN60950-1:2006 +A1,+A11,+A12 (TUV GS mark), IEC60950-1:2005 +A1, Taiwan CNS 13438:2006 (Class B), CNS 14336-1 (BSMI mark), UL 60950-1:2007 R12.11 (TUV US mark), CFR 47 Part 15 (FCC Class B), Argentina S-mark
Dimensions
Weight: 10.5 kg (23 lbs.)
Depth 38.2 cm (15 in.)
Width: 35.6 cm (14.0 in.)
Height: 20.6 cm (8.1 in.)
What's in the box
KODAK Scan Station 720EX, power cords, User's Guide, Setup & Documentation CD-ROMs, Installation Guide, scanner administration software
Recommended PC Configuration for scanner administration software
INTEL CORE2 duo 6600 @ 2.4 GHz Duo Processor or equivalent, 4 GB RAM, USB 2.0, running WINDOWS XP (SP3), WINDOWS VISTA  (SP2), WINDOWS 7 (SP1) or WINDOWS 8 
Accessories Available
Portable USB drives
KODAK Scan Station Keyboard and Stand Accessory
KODAK Legal Size Flatbed Accessory
KODAK A3 Size Flatbed Accessory
Consumables Available
Feed modules, roller cleaning pads,  STATICIDE Wipes
Warranty (US and Canada)
90-day warranty
Environmental Factors
Operating temperature: 10-35° C (50-95° F); Operating humidity: 10% to 85% RH, Altitude <2000M or 6562 feet
Illumination
Dual indirect LED
Power Consumption
Off mode: <0.5 Watts; ENERGY STAR/Sleep mode: ≤4 Watts; Operating mode: <50 Watts

Operating System Compatibility

 

Operating System Compatibility Definitions

Supported – Kodak Validated

  • WINDOWS XP (SP3)
  • WINDOWS VISTA (SP2)
  • WINDOWS 7 (SP1)
  • WINDOWS 8

Data Security

The Kodak Scan Station 700 and Scan Station 720EX contain non-volatile and volatile memory.

These products store image data temporarily to the internal hard drive while scanning. This image data is immediately deleted upon complete delivery of the scanning job. In the event of a system failure which causes the application to abnormally terminate, all cached data is deleted upon the restarting of the Scan Station application.

Customer image data may persist in non-volatile memory in the operating system paging file. Any image data that is cached in the paging file is deleted when the system is shut down as part of the shutdown sequence. Non-volatile memory is cleared at the end of each scan job, and again when the device is started. Scanner settings - which can include network authentication credentials (user name and password), Scanner Configuration, and Destination Configuration data are all stored in encrypted form in non-volatile memory.

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