How to test the ID-150

How to test the ID-150

How to use Twacker?

After the installation, you can follow the steps below to test your scanners.

  1. Launch Twacker. Go to Windows ‘Start’ menu and type ‘Twacker’.

    Launch Twacker

  2. Connect to your scanner. Click menu File-> Select Source , and you will see all the available sources available on your machine.

    Twacker - select source

    Twacker - choose device

  3. Test your scanner. Under File menu, check ShowUI to show the user interface of the device. With UI hidden, you can use the Automatic Feeding setting to test ADF scanning.

    Click Acquire to initiate scanning and see how your device works.

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