Canon C240 Document Scanner

Canon imageFORMULA DR-C240 Document Scanner

Canon imageFORMULA DR-C240 Document Scanner

The DR-C240 is a high-speed scanning solution with a feeder which can hold 60 sheet of paper. This powerful scanner can load different sizes and process various type of documents, including thin paper, postcards, and even passports. It is suitable for scanning a huge number of documents quickly and easily.

  • Feeder capacity: 60 sheets
  • Speed: 45ppm/90ipm
  • 600 dpi in scanning resolution

Machine Type Canon imageFORMULA DR-C240 Document Scanner
Scanner Type Office Document Scanner

Simplex Duplex
Black and White Up to 45 ppm Up to 90 ipm
Grayscale Up to 45 ppm Up to 90 ipm
Color Up to 30 ppm Up to 60 ipm

Width 2.0" – 8.5"
Length 2.8" – 14.0"

Connection Interface Hi-Speed USB 2.0

Supported OS Windows® XP [32-bit SP3 and 64-bit SP2 (WOW)], Vista® [32-bit SP2 and 64-bit SP2 (WOW)], Windows 7/8/8.1 [32-bit and 64-bit (WOW)]
10.11, 10.12, 10.13

ADF Capacity 60 Sheets

Duty Cycle 4000 scans/day


Upgraded feeding mechanism

To improve the efficiency of DR-C240. Its using a reliable paper feeding mechanism, a winning feature from Canon's DR-M160II. This mechanism allows users to seamlessly capture and convert large amount of paper-based document into usable, digital formats and reduce the tendency of paper skewing, which often takes place when users scan a batch of mixed sized documents at one time.

Fast, reliable scanning

The DR-C240 scanner provide a wide range of document scanning, from small business card to standard A4 sizes, as well as larger A3 and A2 sizes made possible with the Folio function. In addition users are able to scan passport* as easily as they would for standard A4 document.
*Carrier Sheet is needed for scanning of passport

Easy to use

Start, stop and resume scanning operations simply with the easy-to-find buttons located at the front of the scanner. The CaptureOnTouch feature allows you to register a job and assign it to the start button enabling the quick execution of frequently used scanning operations.