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The scanning system described provides for the complete digital readout of wire spark chambers of the “Shift Register” capacity readout type, the magnetostrictive types, and the MWPC's with shift register Ray Ban Toronto data output. The scanner is a self contained CAMAC module with its own 64 word by 16 bit buffer memory. Two test modes are incorporated for automatic checking. For the complete checkout of the over 1000 bits of memory in the scanner, a CAMAC Test module serves as a memory exerciser and tester. Cabling to the wire chambers is very simple, merely a single cable, making the data retrieval from arrays of many chambers a straight-forward task. At the SPARC_LAB facility of INFN-LNF we are installing two transport lines for ultra-short electron bunches and an ultra- intense laser pulses, generated by the SPARC photo-injector and by the FLAME laser in a synchronized fashion at the tens of f s level, to co-propagate inside a hydrogen filled glass capillary, in order to perform acceleration of the electron bunch by a plasma wave driven by the laser pulse. The main aim of this experiment is to demonstrate that a high brightness electron beam can be accelerated by a Ray Ban Aviator Small plasma wave without any significant degradation of its quality. Motivations of the technical choices made and expected performances are reported.