The Status of the ScanSnap When Using ScanSnap Cloud

The status of the ScanSnap can be checked via the color of the Wi-Fi indicator and the [Scan] button when you use ScanSnap Cloud to establish a link with a cloud service. The status of the ScanSnap can be checked via the color of the Wi-Fi indicator and the [Scan/Stop] button when you use ScanSnap Cloud to establish a link with a cloud service.

For regions where ScanSnap Cloud can be used, refer to here.

The Wi-Fi Indicator and the [Scan] Button
The Wi-Fi Indicator and the [Scan/Stop] Button

1Wi-Fi Indicator

2 [Scan] Button

2 [Scan/Stop] Button

Status of the Scanner

Purple

Purple (lit)

The ScanSnap is able to establish a link with a cloud service.

Scanning documents starts when you press the [Scan] button.

Scanning documents starts when you press the [Scan/Stop] button.

Blue (flashing)

A document is being scanned, or a scanned image is being saved to a cloud service.

When the document is inserted in the ScanSnap, scanning starts automatically.

Orange (lit)

The document length has exceeded the maximum length that can be scanned with the ScanSnap, a paper jam has occurred, or another error has occurred.

Purple (flashing twice repeatedly)

The ScanSnap is able to scan documents continuously. Scanning documents starts when you load a document in the ScanSnap and press the [Scan] button.

The ScanSnap is able to scan documents continuously. Scanning documents starts when you insert a document in the ScanSnap and press the [Scan/Stop] button.

Blue

Blue (lit)

Communication with the ScanSnap Cloud server was disconnected.

Orange (lit)

Communication with the ScanSnap Cloud server was disconnected while scanning a document.

Orange

Orange (lit)

Communication via a Wi-Fi connection was disconnected while scanning a document.

Blue (lit)

Communication via a Wi-Fi connection was disconnected.

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Orange (flashing)

A ScanSnap malfunction was detected.