Your portable scanning solution up to legal size

Measuring only 11.4” x 2” x 1.4” and weighing a mere 400 grams, the ScanQ series pushes the limits of size and weight for extreme mobility while delivering smooth full page document scanning. Powered by a rechargeable Li-Ion battery through the USB cable, the ScanQ series are small enough to be packed with your laptop and share your documents from just about anywhere, anytime.

Product Details



Start a scan as long as a photo is inserted

Featuring the advanced instant-scan capability, the ScanQ series are easy-to-use without the need of a computer. Simply insert a page up 14” in length or a plastic card up to 0.8mm in thickness, the scan can be started immediately and the image is saved to a 128M built-in storage or your microSD card. You will be delighted to find the scanned images in color mode and jpeg or PDF file format appropriately cropped and ready for use! In addition, the included Li-Ion battery allows you to scan up to 200 pages for color mode at 300 dpi! To view or download the scanned image, simply connect the scanner to your computer via a supplied USB cable. Click the Removable Disk to save the images to your computer for future editing.

Provide higher resolution up to 1200 dp

The ScanQ series are lightweight and easy to use. Yet, its performance is not compromised. Higher optical resolutions of 600 dpi, and 1200 dpi are offered and indicated by the color of the Power button. The green light indicates 300 dpi, a default and normal resolution. The orange light indicates 600 dpi while the red light indicates the highest resolution of 1200 dpi. To switch to a different resolution, simply press the Power button repeatedly.

Earth-Friendly LED Technology 

The ScanQ series deliver outstanding performance. However, it is earth-friendly at the same time. The LED technology requires no warm up time and is lower power consumption. In addition, the ScanQ series provide auto shutdown after inaction for 3 minutes to save your power.



  • Scan document up to Legal size (8.5” x 14”)
  • Scan all documents in color mode
  • Save images to JPEG or PDF file format
  •  Support long page scanning up to 36” (916 mm) for 300 dpi
  • LED light source requires no warm-up time
  • Scans documents (60~107 g/m2, 16~28 lbs) and plastic cards (up to 0.8mm)
  • Auto power off after inaction for 3 minutes


General Specification

Contact Image Sensor (CIS)

Light Source


Document feeding mode


Optical Resolution (dpi)


Output Resolution (dpi)


Memory Size

128 MB

Dimensions (WxDxH)

290 x 52 x 35 mm ( 11.4" x 2" x 1.4" )


400g (0.88lb )


USB 2.0 (Micro USB)

Power Consumption

Operation: <2W;Standby : <0.6W

Acoustical Noise

Operation : <50dB;Standby :<40dB

Bundled Software


Scan Size
ADF Minimum

88 x50 mm (3.5 x 2 in)

ADF Maximum

216 x 356 mm ( Legal )( 8.5 x 14 in. ), 216 x 916mm (8.5 x 36" ) 300 dpi only

Paper Weight (Thickness )

0.8 mm

Scanning Speed
Color @ 300dpi, A4

8 sec

* The above specifications may vary due to computer performance and sales regions. For further details, please consult your local distributor.

▎Product Photos

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▎User Manual

ScanQTime0.16 KBDownload
ScanQEnglish1.08 MBDownload
ScanQChinese Traditional3.30 MBDownload
ScanQChinese Simplified1.22 MBDownload
ScanQMulti-Language345.71 KBDownload


ScanQBrazilian Portuguese394.86 KBDownload
ScanQ繁体中文549.00 KBDownload
ScanQEspañol440.42 KBDownload
ScanQ简体中文518.04 KBDownload
ScanQEnglish125.49 KBDownload


NameVersionSizeOS SupportLink
PaperPort14455.79 MBWin 7 , Win 8 , Win 10 , Win 11Download


  • The image can not be saved into the memory card while scanning?

    Make sure you have a microSD™ card inserted correctly, and that it has adequate space.

  • Why doesn’t my computer recognize my scanner when it’s connected via USB cable?

    Make sure the cable connection is correct and secure. Restart the computer if necessary.

  • Why do all the images I scanned have the same date when saved on the memory card? Is it possible to show real time for these images?

    Yes. Please follow these steps to set a real-time clock for the device:

    1. Open your browser and type Avision’s web site ( at the URL address. On the Product or Support page, select this mobile scanner and then download a time.txt file for the device.

    2. Make sure your scanner is inserted with a SD card and a battery full of power.

    3. Turn on your scanner and connect it to your computer with a USB cable. Your computer should recognize the scanner as a Removable Disk.

    4. Copy and paste the time.txt file to the root directory of the Removable Disk Drive.

    5. Open the text file. The text file contains a string in YYYY/MM/DD/HH/MM format which indicates year(4- digit)/month(2-digit)/date(2-digit)/hour(2-digit)/minute(2- digit), for example, 2013/06/15/07/30.

    6. Change the date and time to correct values and then save the file.

    7. Turn off the scanner and then turn it on. Now your have completed setting the real-time clock for the device. Scan a document and save the image to the memory card. Connect the scanner to your computer, you will find the scanned images are displayed with correct date and time.

    • Note
    • Charge your battery when its power is running low.
    • If the battery has been replaced or the battery has no power at all, you will need to recharge the battery and repeat the above steps to set a real-time clock again.
  • ▎Hardware Related

  • Why does not my scanner turn on?

    The batteries may not enough power or may not be inserted correctly.

  • Why there are strange lines on the scanned document?

    Please check the following:

    1. Are there scratches on the original or is the original clean?

    2. Remove any stains or dust from the original before scanning.

    3. Clean the rollers and glass with the included cleaning cloth. (Refer to the section “Cleaning the Rollers and Glass)

  • Should the scanner feel warm to the touch?

    It is normal for the scanner to emit a small amount of heat after prolonged use. However, if there are strange odors coming from the scanner or the scanner feels a little bit hot to the touch, turn the scanner off immediately.

  • How can I tell if the scanner is scanning at 300 dpi, 600 dpi or 1200 dpi?

    The color of the Power button light indicates the selected resolution: Green = 300 dpi, Orange = 600 dpi , Red = 1200 dpi. Press the Power button to change the resolution.

  • How can I tell if the scanned image is saved in PDF file format?

    If the blue LED light is lit, this indicates the scanned images will be stored in PDF file format. (After turn on the scanner, press the Power button for three times, the blue LED light will be lit.)

  • What should I do if the status indicator blinks rapidly and no scan is possible?

    Check the following:

    ▘Is the scanner’s built-in disk full? Connect the scanner to a computer to move or delete files.

    The scanner recognizes the built-in disk as “full” and the Power button blinks when it has less than 2MB remaining for 300 DPI setting, less than 5MB for 600 DPI setting, and less than 15MB for 1200 DPI setting).

    ▘Is the memory card full? The Power button blinks when the free space on the memory card is below 15MB. Use another card if necessary.

    ▘Is the memory card inserted properly into the memory card slot? Re-insert the card and try again. Make sure the memory cards are in FAT or FAT32 file formats only, not NTFS or any other file format. Reformat the memory card if necessary to use it with the scanner.

    ▘Is there a jam in the feeder? Power the scanner off and then on again to continue the sheet feed. If the item is still jammed, open the cover and gently pull out the item (Refer to page 4-1 “Clear paper jam).

    ▘Is the cover open? Make sure the cover is snapped firmly in place.

    ▘Did you insert the next original before the scanning process of the previous one was completed? Turn the scanner off and back on and try again. Make sure that you scan the next original only after the scanning process of the previous one has completed.

    ▘Does the length of the original exceed the maximum acceptable size? Refer to "Suitable and Unsuitable Original Types" on page 3-1 for more information.