1 This Quick User Guide helps you install and get started with IRISCard Anywhere 5 and IRISCard Corporate 5 scanners. The software delivered with these scanners is: - Cardiris Pro 5 and Cardiris Corporate 5 for CRM (for Windows ) - Cardiris Pro 4 (for Mac OS) For detailed information about Cardiris full range of features, consult the help file provided with the software, or the latest User Guides on The descriptions in this guide are based on the Windows 7 and Mac OS Lion operating system. All information is subject to change without prior notice. Table of Contents 1. Using the IRISCard scanner 2. Using Cardiris on a Windows PC a. Installing Cardiris b. Starting Cardiris c. Registering Cardiris d. Using Cardiris 3. Using Cardiris on a Mac OS computer a. Installing Cardiris b. Starting Cardiris c. Registering Cardiris d. Using Cardiris 4. IRISCard Scanner Reference Information 5. FAQ and Technical Support 1. Using the IRISCard scanner Before you begin: charge your scanner for 4 hours. 1. Turn on your computer. 2. Connect the scanner to your computer using the USB cable. 3. The orange light is on while charging. 4. When the scanner is fully charged the orange light goes out. Then disconnect your scanner from the computer. Preliminary note: The IRISCard scanner is designed to be used on its own, disconnected from any computer. The documents you scan are stored in the scanner s internal memory (or optional SD card / USB flash drive). From there they can be loaded into the Cardiris software, as explained below in topics 2.4 and 3.4. So, note that the IRISCard is not a Twain-based scanner that can be used from within any application to scan documents. Instead, think of it as a USB storage device that is able to scan independently.
2 Scanning cards: Step 1: Press the power button The green light blinks a few seconds then remains on. The scanner is now ready. Refrain from scanning photos while the green light is blinking! Step 2: Scan your business cards Insert your business cards facing up. Use the paper guide to align the business card with the scanner. When scanning, the green light blinks. Wait until the green light stops blinking before inserting a new card. Your business cards are now ready to be loaded into Cardiris. 2. Using Cardiris on a Windows PC 2.1 Installing Cardiris Before you begin, make sure you have the necessary administration rights to install the software. Insert the Cardiris CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your computer. When the AutoRun window appears, click Cardiris to start the Installation Wizard. Click Next and follow the on-screen instructions. If the AutoRun window does not appear: Go to Computer > CD-ROM Drive. Double-click the CD-ROM Drive, and then the Cardiris folder. Double-click Setup.exe within to start the Installation Wizard. 2.2 Starting Cardiris During installation, a Cardiris program shortcut was created on your Desktop. Right-click the shortcut and click Run as administrator to start Cardiris for the first time.
3 2.3 Registering Cardiris It is recommended you register your copy of Cardiris. Registering is required to get Technical Support. Registering also offers other benefits such as product updates and discounts on future products. On the Register menu, click Registration Wizard. Then follow the on-screen instructions. Note that an internet connection is required to register Using Cardiris In this section we cover the basic processing steps in Cardiris. Follow these steps in order to create a new database, load and recognize your business cards and export them to your favorite applications (e.g. Google Contacts, *Salesforce CRM, *Microsoft Dynamics CRM) *Corporate version only. STEPS OVERVIEW 1 Create a new database 2 Load your business card images 3 Recognize the business cards and turn them into contacts 4 Export your Contacts 5 Export your Contacts to the Cloud Step 1: Create a new database On the File menu, click New to open a new, empty database. Then click Save as on the File menu to save the new database. Any changes you now make in the database are saved automatically. Step 2: Load your IRISCard images 1. Connect your IRISCard scanner to your computer and power on the scanner. 2. Cardiris detects if card images were scanned to the scanner memory. Click Yes to select them. Cardiris then opens the right folder. Tip: to load other images at a later time, click the down arrow next to Scan, and select Load. Now click the Load button to load images Step 3: Recognize your business cards and turn them into contacts 1. Select the country of your business cards in the dropdown list. 2. Select the cards you want to recognize. 3. Then click Recognize.
4 4. The information on the card is assigned to the corresponding data fields. Double-click a card to check the results. Tips: Step 4: Export your Contacts The results can be edited by typing, moved from one field to another by cut-and-paste and drag-and-drop. You can also assign categories to contacts and create custom fields. Your Cardiris contacts can be exported to numerous applications: Microsoft Outlook, Windows Contacts, Microsoft Excel and so on. 1. Select the cards you want to export. 2. Then click Export. 3. Select the Export application of your choice, and then click the Export button. Use the Configure button for additional options. Example: Windows Contacts You contacts are now stored as Windows contacts For detailed information about the Export options, refer to the help file provided with the software.
5 Step 5: Export your Contacts to the Cloud (Cardiris Corporate) With Cardiris Corporate you can also export contacts to Cloud CRM applications such as Salesforce CRM and Microsoft CRM online. Example: Salesforce CRM 1 Select Salesforce CRM in the Export list. 3 Enter your username and password. 2 Then click Configure. Note that that an Enterprise, Unlimited or Developer Salesforce account is required. 4 Enter the Security token you obtained from Salesforce and click OK. Note that the Configure button is only available if you have the necessary administration rights on your computer. 3. Using Cardiris on a Mac OS computer 3.1 Installing Cardiris Before you begin, make sure you have the necessary administration rights to install the software. Insert the Cardiris CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your computer. Open the CD-ROM icon on the desktop, then run the Cardiris installation package. Click Next and follow the on-screen instructions. 3.2 Starting Cardiris During installation, a Cardiris program shortcut was created on the Dock. Click the shortcut to start Cardiris. 3.3 Registering Cardiris It is recommended you register your copy of Cardiris. Registering is required to get Technical Support. Registering also offers other benefits such as product updates and discounts on future products. Click Register Cardiris on the Help menu. You will be directed to the registration web page. Then follow the on-screen instructions. 3.4 Using Cardiris In this section we cover the basic processing steps in Cardiris. Follow these steps in order to load and recognize your business cards save them to the Address Book and export them to your favorite applications (e.g. Mail, iwork applications)
6 STEPS OVERVIEW 1 Select the country of your business cards 2 Load + Recognize the business cards and turn them into contacts 3 Save your contacts to the Address Book 4 Export your Contacts Step 1: Select the country of your business cards 1. Click the globe icon. 2. Then select the required country from the list Step 2: Load + Recognize the business cards and turn them into contacts 1. Connect your IRISCard scanner to your computer and power on the scanner. 2. Cardiris opens the scanner memory folder. Select the business card to load, then click Open. 3. The business cards are recognized automatically. The information on the cards is assigned to the corresponding data fields. Now check the results. Tip: The results can be edited by typing, moved from one field to another by cut-and-paste and drag-anddrop. Tip: To load other images at a later time, click Load and Create and browse for the images to open. Step 3 Save your Contacts to the Address Book Select the contacts you want to save, and then click Save Selection. Or click Save All to save all cards to the Address Book.
7 Step 4 Export your Contacts Click the format icon to select the format and (optional) output application. Select the required format in the Format list. Then click Add application in the Send to list if you want to export your contacts directly to one of your applications. Then browse for the required application. Click OK to save the settings. Then click Export to export your contacts. 4. IRISCard Scanner Reference Information Front view Status indicator Power indicator Power button Paper guide Feeding slot Rear view Output slot SD/xD/MMC/MS card slot USB socket Mini USB socket (cable connection)
8 Scanner memory The scaner has a built-in 512MB memory. An SD card and standard USB flash drive can also be used to increase the storage capacity. When storing images, the scanner uses the three possible memory types in the following priority order: USB flash drive > Memory card > Built-in memory Light indicators Refer to the table below to view the lighting patterns of the Power and Status indicators. : Blinking green slowly : Steadily on green : Blinking green rapidly : Blinking yellow slowly : Steadily on yellow : Off : Blinking yellow rapidly Power Status Description Scanning current original. When the scanner is connected to a computer: the battery is fully charged and the scanner is ready for use. or When the scanner is not connected to a computer: the scanner power is on and the scanner is ready for use. The scanner is powered off. The baterry is fully charged (when scanner power is off and connected to a computer). Initializing system and memory devices. Busy storing image file. Reading/writing data in the scanner memory or storage devices. Paper jam. Press the Power button. Calibration error. Please refer to the complete User Guide. Memory card full (free space below 1MB), card error, card locked or file system not supported. Please use another card, delete some files from the card, unlock the card or re-format the card to the FAT16 or FAT32 file system. The battery power is low. The battery power is extremely low. Charge the battery immediately. The battery is being charged when scanner power is off. The battery is being charged when scanner power is on.
9 5. FAQ and Technical Support Should you experience issues when using Cardiris or the IRISCard scanner consult the Frequently Asked Questions on our website or contact Technical Support at
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