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June 15, 2016

XDM31255M-WU DocuMate 3125 Color Sheetfed Scanner for Documents and Plastic Cards converting them to Digital Files, 25ppm and 44ipm with One Tou


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XDM31255M-WU review and price:


Xerox XDM31255M-WU DocuMate 3125 features:

  • Scans plastic cards through the ADF in one touch
  • Create searchable PDF files to make it easy to find scanned documents
  • Kofax VRS delivers perfect scans from imperfect originals
  • Visioneer OneTouch scanning to multiple applications
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  • Scans documents at 25 ppm and 44 ipm in duplex
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Warranty: standard manufacturer’s warranty
S&H: Free shipping if ordered online
Xerox XDM31255M-WU’s dimensions and weight: check our reviews
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General Xerox XDM31255M-WU description
Xerox DocuMate 3125: Fast, cheap, and compact scanning for papers and more The Xerox DocuMate 3125 color sheet-fed scanner quickly changes your papers, plastic cards and forms into digital files, then securely saves them on your computer or in the cloud prepared to be accessed another day when needed. It can scan up to 44 pictures per minute (ipm) in duplex and will include a 50-page auto Document Feeder (ADF) that handles everything from business cards to A4/Letter size papers.

Recent reviews:

In our business, we scan lots of federal papers – and these sheet fed scanners are totally indispensable. Over the last year, we have used the Xerox DocuMate 3125, Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500, Epson WorkForce GT-S50, and the Fujitsu fi-6130Z sheet-fed scanners. For us, the fi-6130z was the clear winner for different reasons; but, this Xerox DocuMate will certainly attraction to lots of people. Here are the things I liked about the DocuMate 3125:- The Software was easy to install and configure. It did take some time to set up all the functions how we wanted them – but that is true with most of these models. – The hardware is excellent. It is as fast as any of the other models we tested – and it handles many sheets of paper well. It does not separate sheets also as the 6130z – but it costs half as much, so I would not expect it to. – I like the configuration alternatives on the scanner itself. This is one area where the Xerox really bests the 6130z, simply because we can choose simplex or duplex scans by pressing a single button. – It supports both TWAIN & ISIS drivers. (I still can not believe that the Fujitsu Scan Snap does not support TWAIN )- it’s compact. This is true of all the models I mentioned above; but, I figured I should talk about it anyway.



I have a Fujitsu Snapscan Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 Instant PDF Sheet-Fed Scanner for PC, a Canon imageFORMULA DR-C125 Canon imageFORMULA DR-C125 Document Scanner, and this Xerox. The Fujitsu is the leader of the pack and is the product to defeat. Though the Cannon and the Xerox come close, they fall short. The common things between all three are a fast, double sided scan, that can create high quality scans. The big difference between the 3 are the software that comes with each model. The Fujitsu uses a good organizing software bundled with Adobe Acrobat while the Cannon and the Xerox use a product set from Nuance software. The software that’s bundled from Fujitsu is just easy to use and is productive (easy to manage). While the Nuance set up with Omnipage and Paperport are working, they just have a learning curve that isn’t where I’d like to use up my time. Particularly with the easy the Fujitsu product – and all scanners are at the same price point. The bottom line is, all 3 scanners work equally well in the hardware department, however the software is what really keeps the Fujitsu ahead. If you do decide another model other than the snap scan : here are some other points to think about:1. The cannon has a strange paper path2. The Xerox has a nice feature where you may be able to set your scanning preferences right on the scanner, which is nice if you scan lots of different papers that need different settings. You usually have to access the software on the computer to change – not hard or laborious, however this is a nice simple feature3. Tha cannon does mac and pc (fujitsu has a different model for each).



I have scanned small thin gas station receipts, plastic insurance cards, photos, and letter-size papers. Everything feeds good, and the quality is good. The supplied software works good. The default scanner modes are configured to scan to email, to Word (OCR), to your printer, to searchable PDF, etc. And you may be able to choose these, plus some more modes from the front panel on the scanner, without having to launch any software. I like the fact that the scanner can create and automatically name the scanned files, and it stores them in the directory you identify. Easy and convenient to go paperless and stay over your receipts, bills, etc. Ths software supplied with the scanner seems to be generic, and the resolution and light settings are obviously not optimized “out of the box”. Some minutes adjusting these settings will yield improved OCR performance. I read another reviewer’s complaint abouut poor OCR performance, and I’d have most likely agreed if I had not tweaked the light setting. 70% light looks to be the sweet spot, instead of the default 50% (higher light number = lighter scan). I also changed the resolution from 200 dpi to 300 dpi when scanning to searchable PDFs. You may be able to configure the scanner settings for each scan mode. The software is powerful and configurable, however you do have to use up some time learning it if you want to get the most out of the scanner. Though I wish I may have tried a ScanSnap to compare it with the Xerox before making a choice between the two, I chose the Xerox because it is is a newer design, using an LED light source rather than the ScanSnap’s fluorescent. I also like the convenience of the front panel buttons on the Xerox. At a responsibility cycle of 3000 pages/day, I believe the Xerox should also be dependable.




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3125 DocuMate Color technical ratings and MSRP
  • Scans documents at 25 ppm and 44 ipm in duplex
  • Visioneer OneTouch scanning to multiple applications
  • Kofax VRS delivers perfect scans from imperfect originals
  • Enter your model number above to make sure this fits.
  • Scans plastic cards through the ADF in one touch
  • Create searchable PDF files to make it easy to find scanned documents



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