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Brother releases LED and Cold Process Technology printers

September 2, 2013

Brother HL-S7000DN

Brother HL-S7000DN

Cold Process Technology corporate printer prints 6,000 pages an hour, while high-speed colour LED printer range designed for office flexibility.

Brother has announced the launch of a new corporate printer, the HL-S7000DN, which uses Cold Process Technology to reduce energy consumption, with the device designed to deal with high volume print jobs by processing up to 100 pages per minute, reports

The printer uses a dual motor system to collect paper from its sheet input tray, which has a capacity of 2,100 sheets, before printing and moving the paper to a separate area for collection. Brother claims that it has the ability to process up to 30,000 pages using a single ink cartridge, with the device using 5,198 print head nozzles. It also uses an 800MHz CPU for processing large print jobs along with a 2GB internal storage capacity for storing templates.

Sound pressure is reduced “by around 10 percent” when “quiet mode” is selected, which reduces the printer’s speed to 70ppm; while operating costs are kept to a minimum due to Cold Processing Technology, which lowers energy consumption to 130W. The printer also features an automatic duplex printing mode and is ISO 117098 certified, meaning that printed documents are “archive-proof and readable after exposure to light, water, handling and storage”.

The OEM has also announced the release of its DCL range of high-speed colour LED printers and all-in-one devices “to support the needs of growing and ambitious businesses”, with Brother claiming that the range is “among the fastest in class”, printing at speeds of up to 22ppm.

The printers have been designed to save businesses money and reduce the environmental impact of printing, with features such as low power consumption and two-sided printing and scanning. The company also stated that the new models are “ideal for offices with flexible work spaces” due to their range of connectivity options enabling users to print from laptops and mobile devices as well as directly from their USB and web-based application such as Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print.

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