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Canon M40 Large Format Scanner
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  • Canon M40 Large Format Scanner
  • Canon M40 Large Format Scanner
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Canon M40 Large Format Scanner

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Model No.:1691B063AA


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The Canon M40 Large Format Scanner will convert your imagePROGRAF Printer into a powerful SCAN/COPY/FILE/EDIT SYSTEM. The Canon M40 Scanner features image scanning up to 40” wide, document scanning up to 2mm thick, 1200 dpi optical resolution and a scanning speed of 13 inches per second for monochrome and 3 inches per second for color. The Canon M 40 Scanner includes an All-in-One PC,and Smartworks Software.


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Product Details

Main Features

  • Turns your Canon imagePROGRAF printer into a SCAN/COPY/FILE/EDIT SYSTEM
  • Includes M40 Scanner, All-in-One PC, MFP Stand and Smartworks Software
  • Scans images up to 40” wide
  • Scan speed (inches per second): 13 (monochrome); 3 (color)
  • Optical resolution of 1200 dpi
  • Large, flat-panel multi-touch screen PC for easy viewing of previews
  • MFP Stand connects directly to the printer stand to create a one piece structure
  • Compatible with the following devices: work: iPF710/iPF750/iPF755/iPF760/ iPF765/iPF770/iPF815/iPF820/iPF825/iPF830/iPF840/iPF850.




  • Printer not working? The printer memory could be full and not getting prints or the prints may be stuck in the print queue. Turn-off the printer, wait a few seconds and turn it back on.

  • What is dpi? Dpi is used to describe the resolution number of dots per inch in a digital print. The higher the numbers, the more detailed the print image is.

  • Set your printer to maximum dpi setting to obtain the best image quality.

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