Kyocera ECOSYS P2040dn
- Up to 40 pages per minute in A4
- High printing resolution of up to 1,200 dpi
- Max. paper capacity of up to 850 sheets
- Compact design, robust and quiet
- Highly reliable thanks to long-life components
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If you’re looking for a fast, reliable and versatile A4 b/w office printer, you really can’t go wrong with any model from our new ECOSYS series. But for all those who demand that little extra greatness, we present the P2040 devices.
They sport a very short time to first print and an enhanced print speed of up to 40 pages per minute. It benefits your workflow with many features, such as standard duplex and network functionality, a high paper capacity and standard Wi-Fi for the P2040dw. The total cost of ownership is very
low thanks to long-life, energy-efficient components. And as to expect from any KYOCERA device, they are extremely reliable, so you can stay productive at any time.
Enviromental print features
Duplex print mode (Double sided printing), N-Up printing mode (N pages on 1 sheet),
Toner save mode (Draft print mode), Quiet mode (reduced print speed).
KYOCERA NetViewer enables complete monitoring and control of all ECOSYS printers
and digital KYOCERA multifunction units from any Windows© PC and thus provides ideal
network administration. It also supports the standardised SNMP protocol.
Command Center RX
The Command Center RX enables to control and manage various settings by accessing
the device via Web browser.
USB Host Interface for USB Flash Memory
Documents can be printed directly from a USB Flash Memory (e.g. USB stick) via the USB
host interface. The documents stored as PDF, XPS, TIFF or JPEG are selected directly via
the printer’s control panel. No computer is required.
The KX printer driver can create a direct link between dedicated applications and
predefined or customised print profiles. You can set that all documents from a user or an
application be printed with activated duplex mode as standard, thus leading to a
reduced paper consumption.