KYOCERA ECOSYS M5526cdw / KL3 variant color multifunction system
Particularly low printing costs thanks to ECOSYS technology
Up to 26 A4 pages per minute in color and black and white
Up to 1200 dpi print resolution
Comfortable touch panel for easy operation
50-sheet document feeder with dual scan
250-sheet cassette and 50-sheet multipurpose feeder
WLAN, Gigabit network interface and USB 2.0
High security through SSL, IPsec and "confidential printing"
Optional: USB card reader for easy authentication
Mobile print support via KYOCERA Mobile Print App (iOS, Android), AirPrint, Google Cloud Print and Mopria
Climate-neutral KYOCERA toner (only if distributed by KYOCERA Document Solutions Deutschland GmbH and KYOCERA Document Solutions Austria GmbH.)
The ECOSYS M5526cdw combines excellent color quality with low costs - and it will significantly improve your workflows. The dual-scan document feeder, the 4.3-inch touchscreen for intuitive operation and the program buttons to simplify complex workflows increase productivity and qualify this device as an absolute all-rounder. With a toner range of up to 3,000 pages in color, the systems in their class achieve unrivaled low costs per page. The system is the perfect multifunctional partner for your company and offers you a future with brilliant colors.
The unique ECOSYS technology from KYOCERA is based on very durable components. KYOCERA uses the many years of experience and extensive know-how in the field of high-performance ceramics, the company's core competence. Only the toner container has to be replaced as a consumable. In contrast to conventional laser printers and laser MFPs, the image drum and developer unit can be used in
Device remain and can continue to be used. This reduces follow-up costs and waste and protects
thereby wallet and environment.
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Friday, March 27, 2020
KYOCERA ECOSYS M5526cdw Driver Download
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