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Archive: Used Mx5140n/Mx5141n MFP Wireless DI Copiers

Surulere, Lagos State, Nigeria
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Archive: General characteristics Sharp MX-5140N<br />Device type:<br />MFP<br />Type:<br />Laser / LED<br />Printing technology:<br />laser<br />Printing photos:<br />no<br />Copier:<br />yes<br />Scanner:<br />yes<br />Fax:<br />no<br />Phone:<br />no<br />Placement:<br />desktop<br />Colour print:<br />color<br />Max. format:The largest paper size, which can print multifunction device or printer. Produced today MFPs and printers can print on standard formats listed below: A6, A4, A3, A2, A1, A0. Wide MFPs and printers can print on large format sheets of paper - A0 and A1. This device is specially designed for printing on these formats. They are used in advertising, as well as in engineering. Printers that have the highest print A2 format, is available today a little. They are a cross between conventional printers and wide format devices. Used printers print at A2, advertising, design, etc. Printers and multifunction devices, maximum format A3 print which can be most often used in offices. They are used primarily for copying magazines, print ads and large forms. Printers and multifunctional A4 devices produced and sold the most. Reason: A4 size - is the size of an ordinary sheet of paper, and the cost of such printers is the lowest. If printing on huge formats, you do not need, then buy a printer or MFP A4. Printers used to print photographs, support A6 format - a standard format (10x15 cm), which is used most often for printing photos. Printers for printing photos, you can often connect directly to the camera and print them without the use of a PC.<br />A3<br />Printer Sharp MX-5140N<br />Number of colors:<br />4<br />Pigment ink:<br />no<br />Two-sided printing:<br />yes<br />Continuous Ink Supply System:<br />no<br />The maximum resolution for b/w printing Sharp MX-5140N<br />In X:<br />1200<br />In Y:<br />1200<br />The maximum resolution for color printing Sharp MX-5140N<br />In X:<br />1200<br />In Y:<br />1200<br />Speed b/w printing Sharp MX-5140N<br />A4:The A4 size print measures 21.0 x 29.7cm, 8.27 x 11.69 inches.<br />51 pages/minute<br />A3:The A3 size print measures 29.7 x 42.0cm, 11.69 x 16.53 inches.<br />23 pages/minute<br />Speed color printing Sharp MX-5140N<br />A4:The A4 size print measures 21.0 x 29.7cm, 8.27 x 11.69 inches.<br />51 pages/minute<br />A3:The A3 size print measures 29.7 x 42.0cm, 11.69 x 16.53 inches.<br />23 pages/minute<br />Warm-up time:<br />30 c<br />Borderless Printing:<br />no<br />Direct printing:<br />no<br />Copier Sharp MX-5140N<br />First Copy Out Time:<br />5.7 c<br />Max. number of copies per cycle:<br />999<br />Step zoom:<br />1 %<br />The value of the scale Sharp MX-5140N<br />Minimum:<br />25 %<br />Maximum:<br />400 %<br />Max. resolution (b / w)<br />In X:<br />600 dpi<br />In Y:<br />600 dpi<br />Max. resolution (color).<br />In X:<br />600 dpi<br />In Y:<br />600 dpi<br />Scanner Sharp MX-5140N<br />Scanner Type:<br />flatbed / tensile<br />Max. the original size:<br />A3<br />Max. scan size Sharp MX-5140N<br />In X:<br />297 mm<br />In Y:<br />355 mm<br />Scanner resolution Sharp MX-5140N<br />In X:<br />600 dpi<br />In Y:<br />600 dpi<br />In � (improved):<br />9600 dpi<br />In Y (improved):<br />9600 dpi<br />Device auto originals:<br />one-sided<br />Storage capacity feeder originals:<br />100 Sheets<br />Sending images by e-mail:<br />yes<br />TWAIN standard:<br />yes<br />WIA Standard:<br />no<br />Consumables Sharp MX-5140N<br />Paper density Sharp MX-5140N<br />Minimal:<br />55 g / m2<br />Maximum:<br />300 g / m2<br />Print on Sharp MX-5140N<br />Cards:<br />yes<br />Transparencies:<br />yes<br />Labels:<br />yes<br />Photo paper:<br />no<br />CD/DVD:<br />no<br />Glossy Paper:<br />yes<br />Envelopes:<br />yes<br />Matte paper:<br />yes<br />Roll:<br />no<br />Number of cartridges:<br />4<br />Fax Sharp MX-5140N<br />Color:<br />no<br />PC Fax:<br />no<br />Phone Sharp MX-5140N<br />Landline phone:<br />no<br />Wireless phone:<br />no<br />ANI:<br />no<br />Caller ID:<br />no<br />Answerphone:<br />no<br />DECT standard:<br />no<br />Speakerphone:<br />no<br />Fonts and Languages management Sharp MX-5140N<br />Management Languages Sharp MX-5140N<br />PostScript:Postscript is a programming language that describes the appearance of a printed page. It was developed by Adobe in 1985 and has become an industry standard for printing and imaging. All major printer manufacturers make printers that contain or can be loaded with Postscript software, which also runs on all major operating system platforms. A Postscript file can be identified by its &#34;.ps&#34; suffix. Postscript describes the text and graphic elements on a page to a black-and-white or color printer or other output device, such as a slide recorder, imagesetter, or screen display. Postscript handles industry-standard, scalable typeface in the Type 1 and TrueType formats. Users can convert Postscript files to the Adobe Portable Document Format ( PDF ) using the Adobe Acrobat product. PDF files present the documents printed appearance on a display screen. (You will find many PDF documents for downloading and viewing from Web sites; you will need to download the Acrobat viewer as a plug-in .) Adobe sells a more sophisticated product called Supra for print-on-demand and production printing.<br />optional<br />PostScript 2:<br />no<br />PostScript 3:<br />no<br />PCL 5c:<br />no<br />PCL 5e:<br />no<br />PCL 6:<br />yes<br />PPDS:<br />no<br />PDF:<br />no<br />The number of installed fonts Sharp MX-5140N<br />PostScript:Postscript is a programming language that describes the appearance of a printed page. It was developed by Adobe in 1985 and has become an industry standard for printing and imaging. All major printer manufacturers make printers that contain or can be loaded with Postscript software, which also runs on all major operating system platforms. A Postscript file can be identified by its &#34;.ps&#34; suffix. Postscript describes the text and graphic elements on a page to a black-and-white or color printer or other output device, such as a slide recorder, imagesetter, or screen display. Postscript handles industry-standard, scalable typeface in the Type 1 and TrueType formats. Users can convert Postscript files to the Adobe Portable Document Format ( PDF ) using the Adobe Acrobat product. PDF files present the documents printed appearance on a display screen. (You will find many PDF documents for downloading and viewing from Web sites; you will need to download the Acrobat viewer as a plug-in .) Adobe sells a more sophisticated product called Supra for print-on-demand and production printing.<br />136<br />PCL:<br />80<br />Trays Sharp MX-5140N<br />Paper feed Sharp MX-5140N<br />Standard:<br />1100 Sheets<br />Maximum:<br />6600 Sheets<br />Paper output Sharp MX-5140N<br />Standard:<br />500 Sheets<br />Maximum:<br />4100 Sheets<br />Finisher Sharp MX-5140N<br />Sorter:<br />no<br />Electronic sorting:<br />yes<br />Sort with shift:<br />yes<br />Stapler:<br />no<br />Stitcher:<br />no<br />Interfaces Sharp MX-5140N<br />USB:USB (for Universal Serial Bus) 2.0 is a significantly faster version of USB 1.1. Some devices can be quite speed intensive, and hence manufacturers are starting to require the faster connection. Most new machines come with USB 2.0 already built in.<br />yes<br />USB version:<br />2.0<br />Ethernet (RJ-45):<br />yes<br />FireWire (IEEE 1394):<br />no<br />Wi-Fi:Wi-Fi or WiFi is a technology that allows electronic devices to connect to a wireless LAN (WLAN) network, mainly using the 2.4 gigahertz (12 cm) UHF and 5 gigahertz (6 cm) SHF ISM radio bands. A WLAN is usually password protected, but may be open, which allows any device within its range to access the resources of the WLAN network.<br />yes<br />Wi-Fi 802.11n:<br />yes<br />Bluetooth:<br />no<br />LPT:LPT (line print terminal) is the usual designation for a parallel port connection to a printer or other device on a personal computer. Most PCs come with one or two LPT connections designated as LPT1 and LPT2. Some systems support a third, LPT3. Whatever the number, LPT1 is the usual default. You can add a parallel port for a second printer or other device by buying and adding a parallel port adapter card to your computer.<br />no<br />AirPrint:<br />yes<br />Infrared port:<br />no<br />RS-232:<br />no<br />Web Interface:<br />yes<br />Memory card reader:<br />no<br />Memory / Processor Sharp MX-5140N<br />Memory:<br />4096Mb<br />Hard Drive Capacity:<br />320 Gb<br />Additional Information Sharp MX-5140N<br />Screen:<br />color LCD display<br />Battery:<br />no<br />OS Support Sharp MX-5140N<br />Windows:<br />yes<br />Linux:<br />no<br />Mac OS:<br />yes<br />DOS:<br />no<br />Power consumption Sharp MX-5140N<br />In operation:<br />1840 W<br />Dimensions Sharp MX-5140N<br />Width:<br />648 mm<br />Height:<br />954 mm<br />Depth:<br />764 mm<br />Weight:<br />119 kg
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