sane-escl(5)             SANE Scanner Access Now Easy             sane-escl(5)


       sane-escl - SANE backend for eSCL scanners


       The sane-escl library implements a SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy) back-
       end that provides access to eSCL protocol scanners.

       Currently, the following models work with this backend  (This  list  is
       not exhaustive):

              BROTHER DCP-L2530
              BROTHER HL-L2590DW
              CANON IR C3520
              CANON PIXMA MG5765
              CANON PIXMA TS3100, TS3150, TS3300, TS3151, TS3350, TS3351,
              CANON PIXMA TS3352, TS5351, TS6150, TS8050, TS9100, TR4540,
              CANON PIXMA TR8500, TR8520
              EPSON ET3740, ET4750
              HP DESKJET 2710, DESKJET 2723, DESKJET 3760, LASERJET MFP M28W,
              HP OFFICEJET 4630, OFFICEJET PRO 8610
              RICOH SP3710S
              XEROX VERSALINK C7220

       The.  sane-escl backend for SANE supports AirScan/eSCL devices that an-
       nounce themselves on mDNS as _uscan._utcp or _uscans._utcp.  If the de-
       vice  is  available,  the  sane-escl backend recovers these capacities.
       The user configures and starts scanning.  A list of  devices  that  use
       the   eSCL  protocol  can  be  found  at
       us/HT201311.  While these devices are expected to  work,  your  mileage
       may vary.


              The backend configuration file.

              The static library implementing this backend.

              The shared library implementing this backend (present on systems
              that support dynamic loading).


              If the library was compiled with debug support enabled, this en-
              vironment  variable  controls  the debug level for this backend.
              E.g., a value of 128 requests all debug output  to  be  printed.
              Smaller levels reduce verbosity.


       sane(7) scanimage(1) xscanimage(1) xsane(1)


       Touboul Nathane, Thierry HUCHARD

                                  14 Dec 2019                     sane-escl(5)

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