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Canon imageCLASS MF6580

The Canon imageCLASS MF6580 Duplex Copier, Laser Printer,Color Scanner, SuperG3 Fax with Network Capability unit that prints up to 23 ppm (letter size) of 600 x 600 dpi/1200x 600 dpi with monochrome laser. It is compatible with the Canon Cartridge 106 (Maximum Monthly Duty Cycle: 15,000). The unit has a Buffer/Ram of 128MB (shared) and allows users to store up to 500-sheet in the cassette plus 100-sheet in the multipurpose tray (additional 500-sheet cassette available). It ac…

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Canon imageCLASS MF6580

The Canon imageCLASS MF6580 Duplex Copier, Laser Printer,Color Scanner, SuperG3 Fax with Network Capability unit that prints up to 23 ppm (letter size) of 600 x 600 dpi/1200x 600 dpi with monochrome laser. It is compatible with the Canon Cartridge 106 (Maximum Monthly Duty Cycle: 15,000). The unit has a Buffer/Ram of 128MB (shared) and allows users to store up to 500-sheet in the cassette plus 100-sheet in the multipurpose tray (additional 500-sheet cassette available). It accepts 17 to 20 lb. (cassette) and 16 to 34 lb. (multipurpose tray) paper weight and has an output tray capacity of 100 sheets (face down). As a copier the unit copies up to 23 cpm (letter size) 600 x 600 dpi/1200 x 600 dpi quality mono copy resolution with its Laser-based Monochrome Digital Copier. It has zoom capabilities of 50-200% in 1% increments at 256 halftones. its first copy time is less than 8 seconds with reductions enlarments of 50%, 64%, 78% / 129% or 200%. The unit has a 50-sheet document feeder and copies to sizes of up to 8.5“ x 14” (platen) and 3“ x 5” to 8.5“ x 14” (ADF). As a scanner the unit utilises the Color Contact Image Sensor (CIS) for scans in resolutions of 600 x 600 dpi (optical) or 9600 x 9600 dpi (enhanced) 24-bit colour depth for the same maximum document size as a copier. It supports JPEG, PDF, TIFF and BMP file format. As a fax unit the transmission reception memory is up to 1000 pages through a 33.6 kbps modem speed and up to 406 x 391 dpi. The unit has Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) Duplex Fax capabilities for both transmission (Remote RX, Polling (RX only), Delayed TX, Dual Access) and reception (Fax Only Manual, Answering, DRPD, Fax/Tel Auto Switch), and utilises a 23 one-touch speed dials/100 coded dials speed dial. The unit also has standard memory backup of up to 1 Hour and allows PC fax (sending only). It is compatible with Windows® 98, Me, 2000, XP, Server 2003, and Mac® OS X 10.2.8 & up (print and PC faxing only) and has USB 2.0 Hi-Speed3, Internal Ethernet (10/100 Base T) connectivity. The software included with this unit is the Canon drivers for Windows®. The imageCLASS MF6580 has a power consumption of 780W (Max) and 5W (Energy Saver Mode), measures 20.5“ x 17.3” x 17.8“ and weighs 50.1 lbs.

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The Canon imageCLASS MF6580 copies and prints at up to 23 pages-per-minute for high-quality letter-size documents. It features a 500-sheet front-loading paper cassette / 100-sheet multipurpose tray. The multipurpose tray can accommodate a variety of sizes and types of paper stock such as bond, plain and color paper, transparencies, labels and envelopes for special projects. The unit allows for the use of legal-size platen glass for single-page originals or the 50-sheet Duplex Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) for multi-page originals. Users can fax and receive documents at Super G3 (33.6 Kbps) modem speed. It features 23 Speed Dials, 100 Coded Dials, and 1,000 pages of incoming reception memory. The unit also features ScanSoft® software for Windows®, a document conversion application that allows users to convert scans into digital file formats. The imageCLASS MF6580 has PCL 5e/6 language support, is part of the Canon Generation Green series and Energy Star® Qualified.

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