|Price incl. VAT||£108.46|
|Price excl. VAT||£90.38|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
Monochrome Printer Canon i-SENSYS LBP6230dw is affordable and space-saving device with easy operation, which boasts high-quality output. It is intended for personal or office use. Quiet, reliable and cost effective printer boasts automatic double-sided laser printing at speeds up to 25 pages per minute and a maximum monthly load is 8,000 pages. The first page prints in just 6 seconds with Quick First Print performance. Print resolution up to 1200 x 1200 DPI and specially formulated toner lets you print with perfectly crisp text and graphics.
The monochrome i-SENSYS LBP6230dw is an affordable, compact, and user-friendly device with high-quality output. It is designed for personal and office use.
This quiet, reliable, and cost-effective printer boasts automatic double-sided laser printing at up to 25 pages per minute and a maximum monthly load of 8,000 pages.
The first page is printed in just 6 seconds, thanks to its Quick First-Print technology. A print resolution of up to 1200 x 1200 DPI and specially developed toner let you print perfectly crisp text and graphics.
The printer is extremely energy efficient. In sleep mode it uses only 0.9 watts and requires almost no warm-up time. Its handy front power switch makes it easy to turn off, reducing energy costs even further.
The device is exceptionally quiet during operation, so you can focus on your work without distraction. The Canon LBP6230dw uses a recyclable All-in-One cartridge, which ensures maintenance-free operation and great print quality.
The cartridge contains toner, drum, and cleaning units and can be replaced in seconds without any hassle.
The printer supports a standard USB 2.0 connection, LAN, and WiFi. Its wireless connectivity allows you to print directly from your smartphone or tablet. Simply download the free Canon Mobile Printing app and you can enjoy quick and easy printing from Apple iOS or Android devices.
Type: monochrome laser printer
Speed: 25 ppm mono (A4)
Maximum print quality: up to 1200 x 1200 dpi with Automatic Image Refinement
Standard resolution: up to 600 x 600 dpi
Warm-up time: approx 0.5 seconds from Sleep; 10 seconds from power on
First-page-out time: 6 seconds
Duty cycle: up to 8,000 pages per month
Margins: 5 mm-top, bottom, left and right
Paper input: 250-sheet multipurpose tray (1-sheet manual feed slot)
Paper output: 100-sheet face down
Types: Plain paper, Heavy paper, Transparency, Index Card, Envelope
Formats: Multipurpose Tray: A4 / B5 / A5 / LGL / LTR / EXE / 16K / Custom formats: COM10 / Monarch / C5 / DL / ISO-B5 width 76.2 - 216 mm x length 187 to 356 mm
Manual feed slot: A4 / B5 / A5 / LGL / LTR / EXE / 16K / Custom size: COM10 / Monarch / C5 / DL / ISO-B5 / index card width 76.2 - 216 mm x length 127 to 356 mm
Weight: 60-163 g / m2
IEEE802.11b / g / n
10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX
Input: AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption (max): 1100 W
Active: 420 W
Standby: 1.4 W
Sleep mode: 0.9 W
Typical Electricity Consumption (TEC): 0.7 kWh/week
5 LEDs, 4 control buttons
379 x 293 x 243 mm
Operating system compatibility:
Win 8.1 (32 / 64bit) / Win 8 (32 / 64bit) / Win 7 (32 / 64bit) / Win Vista (32 / 64bit) / XP (32 / 64bit) / Server 2012 (32 / 64bit) / Server 2012 R2 (64bit) / Server 2008 (32 / 64bit) / Server 2008 R2 (64-bit) / 2003 Server 32 / 64bit) / Mac OS X 10.6 ~ / Linux / Citrix (FR2)
Canon was founded in 1933. Its original title translated to "portable laboratory optics". The Japanese company has been headquartered in Tokyo since its inception. Canon is particularly associated with the production of digital cameras and accessories, where they remain the leading innovator and producer of imaging solutions. Aside from digital cameras, the company also operates in the production of office equipment, particularly copiers or printers.
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