UMAX Astra 5400 Driver

Can't find a driver for your UMAX Astra 5400? VueScan is here to help.

Don't you hate how UMAX stop releasing drivers whenever a new operating system comes out? VueScan works differently. In most cases VueScan doesn't need a driver from UMAX.
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VueScan has the features you need no matter what you need to scan



Scan Documents

Whether you need to scan a single page or a hundred page book, VueScan has the tools to help you.

  • Scan with Flatbed and Automatic Document Feeders (ADF)
  • Scan to PDF (Single and Multipage)
  • Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
  • Automatic Color Detection
  • Small document file sizes
  • Automatic document deskewing

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Scan Photos

Do you have boxes full of photos in a drawer? Use VueScan to get them on your computer, and off your to-do list.

Scan Film and Slides

VueScan is the ultimate tool for all your film and slide scanning needs.

  • Works with almost all film/slide scanners
  • Scan to JPEG/TIFF/RAW
  • Infrared Dust Removal
  • Color correction
  • IT8 Calibration
  • Photoshop Integration

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UMAX Astra 5400 Technical Information


Flatbed Scanning:Yes
Film Scanning:Yes
Infrared lamp:No
Document Feeder:No
Windows:Yes
Mac:Yes
Linux:Yes
USB:Yes
SCSI:No
Firewire:No
Network:No
USB Vendor ID:1606
USB Product ID:0160
Optical DPI:1200
UMAX Astra 5400

VueScan is compatible with the UMAX Astra 5400 on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

If you're using Windows and you've installed a UMAX driver, VueScan's built-in drivers won't conflict with this. If you haven't installed a Windows driver for this scanner, VueScan will automatically install a driver.

You can use this scanner on Mac OS X and Linux without installing any other software.

On Linux, you need to set up libusb device protections.