Raven Compact Document Scanner – Wireless Scanning to Mac or Windows PC, Fast Duplex Scan Speeds, Ideal for Home or Office,

(10 customer reviews)


Media Type Embossed Card, ID Card, Paper, Business Card
Scanner Type Document
Brand Raven
Connectivity Technology Wi-Fi
Item Dimensions LxWxH 11.77 x 4.09 x 2.91 inches
Resolution 600
Item Weight 3 Pounds
Wattage 36
Sheet Size Legal
Standard Sheet Capacity 20

  • COMPACT DESIGN – small size allows for scanning in virtually any work, home or mobile office environment
  • FAST SCANNING — speeds of 20ppm with two sided duplex scanning, automatic deskewing and automatic blank page removal with a 20-page capacity auto document feeder
  • SCAN ANYWHERE – Raven Desktop has you scanning in minutes to your Windows PC or Mac folders, shared drives, or cloud destinations by USB or WiFi connectivity
  • SEARCHABLE DOCUMENTS — searchable PDFs with OCR, plus free unlimited secure cloud storage with Raven Cloud
  • ONE TOUCH WORKFLOWS — easily scan directly to preconfigured workflows with touch navigation buttons on the document scanner


Product Description

Raven Compact Document Scanner turns paper documents into searchable digital documents, allowing you to go paperless with scanning to your preferred cloud destination, email, fax, Windows PC folder, MacOS folder, FTP, FTPS or SFTP.

Raven Compact Document Scanner for PC and Mac wifi wireless

patented raven compact document scanner

Effortless scanning in any work environment.

Simple. Compact. Efficient.

The compact size makes it easy to go paperless, whether at the office, home or on the go. With scan speeds of up to 20 pages per minute, duplex 2-sided scanning and an Automatic Document Feeder that holds up to 20 sheets, this scanner is built to handle documents, business cards, ID cards, receipts and more.

Features to Optimize Scanning

LCD display and touch panel allows for one touch workflow scanning. Image processing includes automatic deskewing to prevent crooked pages, automatic blank page removal and automatic cropping. Documents are fully searchable with AI-driven optical character recognition (OCR) that detects text and handwriting on pages – making it easy to find your documents.

Built to scan virtually any type of document.

  • ID Cards (up to 105 g/m2 / 70 Lbs)
  • Receipts
  • Business Cards
  • Invoices
  • Contracts
  • Legal Documents
  • Heavyweight Paper (up to 105 g/m2 / 70 Lbs)

Raven Compact Document Scanner (WiFi) Touch Panel

cloud destinations google drive dropbox box evernote sharepoint fax email usb onedrive

raven compact portable design

One Touch Scanning to Workflows

Simple one-touch scanning to preset workflows using Raven Desktop, or use with most office software. The included TWAIN and ICA drivers allow for easy wireless or USB connection to your preferred software.

Scan Directly to Windows, Mac or Cloud Destinations

With Raven Desktop, you can scan directly to folders on your PC or MacOS computer, or send to your favorite destinations such as Raven Cloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, Evernote, SharePoint, OneDrive, OneNote, Quickbooks Online, Clio, DEVONthink, Email, SMB network share folder or FTP. A free Raven account provides unlimited Raven Cloud storage and saved user destination settings.

Lightweight and Portable

Scan from your home, office, classroom or on the go with the convenient portable compact design. Built to scan documents, receipts, plastic cards and more. Easily scan in color, black and white or grayscale at speeds of up to 20 page per minute with the 20 sheet automatic feeder. Robust image processing automatically removes blank pages, crops to size and deskews.

optical character recognition ocr searchable document

raven cloud free unlimited hipaa secure document storage management software

Raven Desktop connect Raven Scanners to Windows PC or Mac Computers

Convert Paper Documents Into Searchable PDFs with OCR

AI-Powered OCR (optical character recognition) automatically turns your documents into searchable PDF files, making it easy to to find the document you are looking for, including both printed and handwritten text.

Free Unlimited Document Storage

Raven Cloud is HIPAA compliant and included with your Raven Scanner at no cost to securely store, manage, edit, access and share your scanned documents. Raven Cloud is easily accessible on your Windows PC, Mac, Chromebook, phone or tablet.

Wireless Connectivity to Windows PC and Mac

Seamlessly scan to Windows PC or Mac computer, or to any of your preferred cloud destinations with Raven Desktop software (included free). With configurable workflows and USB or wireless connectivity, scanning couldn’t be easier!

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Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 11.77 × 4.09 × 2.91 cm
Product Dimensions

11.77 x 4.09 x 2.91 inches

Item Weight

3 pounds





Item model number


Date First Available

July 23 2021

Country of Origin




10 reviews for Raven Compact Document Scanner – Wireless Scanning to Mac or Windows PC, Fast Duplex Scan Speeds, Ideal for Home or Office,

  1. Bill Johnson

    The best compact scanner on the market!This is a great little scanner. I haven’t had it long but so far it beats the HP 3 in 1 I was using. It has cloud capability, so you can story anything you can and keep it in order. You can story your email contact list right in it and simply choose where you want your document to go, so it is fast and easy. The tech is one of the best I have seen, and they are always ready and able to help. They will walk you through your issues and make sure you understand what you just went through with them. Which for me is important because i am a little computer tech challenged.

  2. SJ

    Wow.I haven’t bought a scanner for several years and this is the first “dedicated” one I have bought – the others have all been multi-function stuff. Comparing this to my Canon PIXMA with updated drivers & software – let’s call it heaven vs h3ll. It took .. maybe? .. 5 minutes for the Raven to setup and grab my wifi network. 3 minutes after that I had Raven Cloud configured, and 2 minutes after that I have several basic workflows going. Scan to my Evernote account – no problem… scan to OneDrive or GoogleDrive – No problem. Scan 2 sides? Yep – in one pass.. none of that in & out nonsense, Raven spent a few pennies and put two cameras on it – and this is the “compact” one (ideal for our long working/vacation RV trips!)I’m sold, you get what you pay for, I’ll never touch another Canon/Epson/Brother/Garbage product.

  3. KellieB

    Update. 24/7 Tech Support? Where?UPDATE :I received a call from the company to address the issue. I’ve not received this level of customer service in a long time. With all the hype we now deal with these days here is a company that wants to make their product work as advertised.You can read below if you want to know the issue but either way know that Raven backs up their products.Thank you!For two hours now I have tried to get this scanner to connect to my network.At first it saw it and said it was connecting, nope just the spin of death.After 10 minutes of that I started from square one. Then I got the error message that said reboot computer and restart scanner. I tried it, three times. Nope. Then I tried the WPS method. At one point it said it was connected but then, nope. After over a dozen attempts to get the scanner to connect I have drawn these conclusions. Wi-Fi direct is a crappy way to link peripherals to a network. (This has been the case for a number of “The internet of things” using this method.)The manual seems to be written by someone who has not a clue about troubleshooting in this area.The 24/7 tech support via phone, text, or email is just hype, or I cannot find the link and no one has responded to my email from over an hour ago.I’ve looked thru the “knowledge base” and cannot find a mention of what could be going on.After 5 re-installs of the software I don’t think it’s my network or my PC. It’s either bad software, a faultywi-fi card (in the scanner) or there is something I am missing.If someone with the company will help and this scanner works I will change my tune.Next day I called as I got tired of waiting for a response that WASN’T robo mail.Well, David in support tried with what tools Raven gave him. An hour and eighteen minutes worth.Finally got it to connect. That lasted until the scanner went to sleep. Then it was more Wi-Fi rodeo. I can see the scanner connected to my network but Raven Desktop software cannot.Then I got it connected again.Today, new day it’s back to the rodeo.Still no response to the first tech email request for help.The reviews talking about great support has not been my experience.I now have spent over 5 hours working with this scanner. I’m done.Whatever the back story on this scanner is I am no longer putting time into it.It just DOES NOT WORK AS ADVERTISED.I need a wi-fi scanner and isn’t one.

  4. Cara

    Lots of options for the moneyThis scanner was so easy to set up. I am using the wifi option and it works great. I like that there are so many options for storing documents including the free cloud storage. It also does several paper sizes and duplex scanning which is a bonus.

  5. Taylor

    Decent, but not on Scansnap LevelThis is a decent scanner for the price, especially for someone who is doing limited scanning and does not need a lot of “scan to email” or “scan to folder” features. For someone like myself, who scans for work frequently, this didn’t cut it. I purchased this for my home office hoping it would suffice since it is much cheaper than the Fujitsu scansnap which is what I have in my business office, but in this case I got what I paid for.The unit itself is attractive and compact, but it will NOT scan directly as an attachment to your email dialog box. I thought it would when I purchased it and it stated “scan to email” but in this case it scans to the Raven app which will email it directly to a PRELOADED email. This didn’t work for me as I need to type specific messages in the bodies of these emails and send to multiple different people a day. Basically I need to send from my outlook, not the raven app. The workaround to this is I would need to scan and save it to a folder first and then email it, which I don’t necessarily want all these docs saved. There was also the same problem with the save to folder, you couldn’t just select any folder on your hard drive or server you wanted when saving, you had to first make sure you “programmed” that folder in the raven scanning software so you could select it. Could be problematic if you are constantly saving to different folders.The other thing I didn’t like was that if I turned the unit off (say on Friday when I’m done working for the week) then I had to re-connect it with wifi network when I turned it back on. That was rather annoying. I will say tech support was easy to reach and was able to quickly answer my questions when I was trying to figure out features.Long story short I returned it and paid the extra money for the other brand. This could be good for a generic once in a while scanner but not for business purposes (or at least not mine)

  6. Steven Dyk

    Initial impression: strongly positiveInitial impression: I just set this up with a Windows computer. I’m impressed with the hardware quality, pleased with the ease of setup, pleased with the quality of the test scans, and impressed with the support for a wide variety of destinations for the scanned documents.This model has the option of communicating via USB or wi-fi. I selected wi-fi, and was impressed with the ease of setup and responsiveness with small scans.

  7. Orchidarbor

    Fast, compct scannerThis little scanner has a small footprint on your desk and scans quickly and accurately. It also works with different scan programs such as Paperport. I am very impressed that it has so many features for a very reasonable price.

  8. Jay Walston

    Nince and compactI am using this in place of an Epson scanner. It doesn’t have all of the features of the Epson but is as easy to use and seems more reliable. Takes a little bit of practice to understand the software and how it works but once you understand it, no problem. My computer would not read the Epson scanner more than half of the time and the only way I could scan with it was to reboot my system. Sometimes, it took more than one reboot. Not so with the Raven. Scans both sides on one pass and will copy b&W or color on both.

  9. cashmir magee

    It’s been easy to install and works great.It’s been easy to install and works great.

  10. Sarah

    Works with Windows 11Very pleased with the Raven Compact Scanner because it is very easy to use. The installation instructions were spot-on and simple, and you can scan your first document within minutes after unwrapping the scanner. Even double-sided, it scans quick as a flash! Can send scanned document to a folder on your computer or email or Dropbox or other websites.

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