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Device: printer/scanner/copier

Type of printing: black and white


At work printing: Laser Placement: desktop Printer Sharp AR-M205

The maximum size: A3The A3 size print measures 29.7 x 42.0cm, 11.69 x 16.53 inches.

Automatic two-sided printing: Yes The maximum resolution for b/w printing: 600×600 dpi Print speed:Print speed is critically important when buying a printer, but how do you compare print speeds when manufacturers measure it in very different ways? You need a standard.

That standard is ISO ppm. ISO ppm is based on the international standard for measuring print speed. Completed in March 2009, this standard was developed by technical experts and representatives from leading printer manufacturers, including Canon, Epson, HP, Kodak and Lexmark.

Under this standard, black and color print speeds are determined in default, single-side mode in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Unlike older models that capped out at around 30 pages per minute (ppm), newer digital copiers are capable of printing anywhere from 22 ppm on the low end up to 100 ppm with deluxe models.

Reducing warm-up requirements, “first copy out” speeds have also improved and now range between 3.5 to 7.5 seconds. 20 pages/min (B/W A4) Warm-up time: 45 Scanner Sharp AR-M205 Scanner Type: Tablet/prolonged Maximum Original Size: A3The A3 size print measures 29.7 x 42.0cm, 11.69 x 16.53 inches. Maximum scan size: 297×432 mm Shades of gray: 256 Scanner resolution:Resolution – one of the main characteristics of the scanner. Many multifunction devices are characterized by an optical scanner at 600 dpi or 1200 dpi. This permits enough to produce high quality copies, and also for scanning paper in electronic photo album pictures on a PC.

Higher resolution is necessary only for professional graphics work. 600×600 dpi Scanner Resolution (Enhanced): 9600×9600 dpi Cam Sharp AR-M205 Maximum Copy Resolution (B/W): 600×300 dpi Copy speed: 20 pages/minute (b/w A4), 11 pages/minute (b/w A3) Time to first copy: 7 Rescaling: 25-400% The maximum number of copies per cycle: 999 Trays Sharp AR-M205 Paper Feed: 1100 list. (Standard) Paper output: 250 sheet. (Standard) Finisher Sharp AR-M205 Sorter: Yes Sort shift: Yes Expendables Sharp AR-M205 Printing on: card stock, transparencies, labels, glossy paper, envelopes, matte paper Resource developer: 50,000 pages Drum life: 50,000 pages Number of cartridges: 1 Type of cartridge/toner: AR-202T Memory/Processor Sharp AR-M205 The amount of memory: 136 MB, 320 MB maximum Interfaces Sharp AR-M205 Interfaces: LPT, USB 2.0 Fonts And Control Languages Sharp AR-M205 Support 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 “.ps” 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. no Additional Information Sharp AR-M205 OS support:Have drivers MFP or printer for the functioning of the operating system. Windows Dimensions (WxHxD): 590x555x577 mm Weight: 35.1 kg Features: Toner save mode, power saving, auto-start. LED remaining toner. Auto paper selection or scale