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SHARP DX-B352P
Monochrome Laser Printer
It is recommended that you read this Guide carefully before using the printer

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  • Page 1 User Guide SHARP DX-B352P Monochrome Laser Printer It is recommended that you read this Guide carefully before using the printer...
  • Page 2: Legal Notice

    Preface This manual explains how to use the SHARP DX-B352P laser printer. Please read and understand the manual in order to use the product correctly. Keep this manual in a convenient location for reference whenever needed. Legal Notice Trademark Microsoft...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    The following label is attached to the laser components inside the printer: Reclamation and recycling To protect the environment, our corporation has already established the system of reclamation and recycling for waste products. Please refer to the SHARP official website for product recovery at www.sharpusa.com. Safety Warning Please note the following safety warnings before using the printer: There is high-voltage electrode inside the printer.
  • Page 4 10. Do not allow pets to chew on the AC power cord or the computer interface cable. 11. To avoid contact with the high voltage errors that may result in fire or electric shock, do not allow sharp objects to pierce the equipment power supply. Do not spill liquids onto the equipment.
  • Page 5 SHARP Service Center. 23. This product is sold as a complete machine. The consumers can go to SHARP Service Center to purchase parts they need. If the product sold is inconsistent with the package list, please go to the specified Service Center to solve the problem.
  • Page 6: Legal Information

    Legal Information Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity 47 CFR § 2.1077 Compliance Information Unique Identifier: Trade Name: Sharp, Model No.: DX-B352P Responsible Party - U.S. Contact Information Sharp Electronics Corporation 100 Paragon Drive, Montvale, New Jersey, United States 07645 Telephone number: +1-201-529-8984 FCC Compliance Statement This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Before Using the Print ........................... 1 1.1. Packing List ............................ 1 1.2. Product View........................... 2 1.3. Laser Toner Cartridge ........................3 1.4. Control Panel ..........................4 1.5. Print the Product Report ......................... 5 Paper and Print Media ........................... 6 2.1.
  • Page 8 Routine Maintenance .......................... 64 8.1. Cleaning the Printer ........................64 8.2. Maintenance of Laser Toner Cartridge ..................65 8.2.1. About Laser Toner Cartridge ....................65 8.2.2. Replace Laser Toner Cartridge ....................66 Troubleshooting ........................... 68 9.1. Clearing Jammed Paper ....................... 68 9.1.1.
  • Page 9: Before Using The Print

    Before Using the Printer 1.1. Packing List When you open the package, make sure that the following parts are included in the carton: Parts Name Quantity Printer Laser Toner Cartridge USB Interface Cable CD-ROM Quick Setup Guide...
  • Page 10: Product View

    1.2. Product View Side view Output Bin For storing the printed paper To indicate the printer status and adjust the print settings Control Panel operation Output Tray To prevent the printed paper from falling Front Cover To open the front cover to access the laser toner cartridge Multipurpose Input To open the front cover of the multipurpose input tray, and Tray...
  • Page 11: Laser Toner Cartridge

    We do not recommend using consumables other than that of the original SHARP consumables. • Any damages caused by using non-SHARP original consumables are not covered by the Warranty. • The appearances of laser toner cartridges will vary with different types,...
  • Page 12: Control Panel

    1.4. Control Panel Layout and Functions of the Control Panel The layout of the printer control panel is shown below: Name Functions The display provides information about the printer and can be LCD Display used for setting up the Product Settings. Press this button to browse through each menu and its options.
  • Page 13: Print The Product Report

    Status Indicator The multi-colored LED indicator will display red, orange and green with the specific meaning as follows: Red indicates the emergence of a serious error, such as the laser toner cartridge is not installed, the laser toner cartridge does not match the printer, or the paper tray is out of paper;...
  • Page 14: Paper And Print Media

    Paper and Print Media 2.1. Paper Specification Media type Plain, thin paper Auto*, A4, A5 Short Edge, A5 Long Edge, A6, JIS Media size B5, IS0 B5, B6, Letter, Legal, Executive, Folio, Oficio, Statement, 16K, Big 16K, 32K, Big 32K Standard Input Tray Media weight...
  • Page 15 This may be due to incorrect operation, inappropriate temperature, and humidity, or other factors beyond control of SHARP. Before purchasing large quantities of print media, make sure that the print media meets the specifications specified in this User Guide.
  • Page 16: Loading Paper

    Please observe the following standards: Types of Print Correct Practices Incorrect Practices Media Use labels with no exposed lining paper only. Labels shall be put flat when using. Use wrinkled, blistering or damaged Label Use labels on full sheets only. labels.
  • Page 17 Unfold the stacked paper before loading to avoid paper jam or paper feed error, and then load the paper into the tray with the print-side down; the standard input tray can be loaded with 250 pages (21 lb. bond) at maximum. Note: •...
  • Page 18: Loading Into Multipurpose Input Tray

    2.2.2. Loading into Multipurpose Input Tray Raise the output tray to avoid the printed paper from slipping and falling, or immediately remove the printed document after the printing is completed. Open the Multipurpose Input Tray. Slide the paper guides of the multipurpose input tray to match both sides of the paper. Do not exert too much force, otherwise it will cause paper jam or paper skew.
  • Page 19: Loading Into Optional Tray

    2.2.3. Loading into Optional Tray The optional trays can be overlaid for this printer, with each tray loaded with 550 pages (21 lb. bond) at maximum. If you need the optional trays, please contact the local distributor from whom you bought the printer. Note: •...
  • Page 20: Non-Printing Area

    Note: • The printer tray is designed with the "paper type dial" for commonly used paper size, which can be adjusted as required. When the paper type used for printing is different from that the dial sets, the LCD display of the printer will show "Optional tray I, PaperSize Mismat."...
  • Page 21: Installation And Uninstallation Of The Driver Software

    Installation and Uninstallation of the Driver Software 3.1. Windows-based Driver 3.1.1. Introduction This section explains how to install and uninstall the driver software, which provides the following modules and main functions: • Autorun: Completes the automatic running of the installation CD. •...
  • Page 22 Installation Interface When Autorun completes, the following installation interface will appear: Note: • The information shown on the interface may vary depending on printer model. Description of Options: • Installation Language: The default language of the operating system. Users can select different languages according to their different needs.
  • Page 23 Click "Back" to return to the original interface. Installation Process Interface Select Install to enter the Driver Installation Process interface. Installation Complete The program will automatically the display message below after the driver installation is completed. The window will exit in 3 seconds and printer will automatically be set as default.
  • Page 24 3.1.2.2. NET Model (Wired and Wireless) Running Interface After inserting the CD, the main window pops up and the program will run automatically. Installation Configuration Next the Installation Configuration window will appear. Users can select the corresponding series name, language and installation method according to the printer model to be installed.
  • Page 25 Printers connected to a new network: only applicable to the configuration of Wireless LAN for models with Wireless LAN function. Wired NET Model Installation When installing the Wired NET Model, the following interface will display: Users should select their preferred wired NET Model through "Select Printer", and then can select their preferred installation options through Installation mode.
  • Page 26 Printer List After searching for printers, the "Select Printer" will automatically pop up. Users can select the found printer or add printer by manually adding IP or Host Name. Note: • If the printer name does not appear under Detected Printer, please click Refresh and search for printers on the network.
  • Page 27 Wireless LAN Model Installation If users install the Wireless LAN Model, the following interface will display: Users select the Wireless LAN Model through "Select Printer", and the installation options will be available through Installation mode. Generally, users select the third installation method at the first-time installation.
  • Page 28: Driver Uninstallation

    Driver Uninstallation Select Uninstallation Mode. Click Start > All Programs to find the SHARP folder, and then click the name of the product to be uninstalled. Or click Start > Control Panel, and then click Uninstall Programs to find the product to be uninstalled, with the uninstallation interface shown as follows:...
  • Page 29 Select the name of the printer to be deleted and click "Remove One" or directly click "Remove All" to enter the uninstallation progress interface. Uninstallation verification prompt will appear. If any task remains in the print queue, a warning will pop up, saying "The XXX Laser Printer is in use.
  • Page 30: Installation Of The Driver Software Based On Mac System

    3.2. Installation of the Driver Software based on Mac System 3.2.1. Introduction The installation is divided into the following steps: introduction, license, destination volume, installation type, installation, and summary. Installation Steps: Introduction Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM driver, run the CD-ROM and click the Mac system installation package, then the following interface will display: License Click Continue on the above figure to display the contents of the License Agreement, as...
  • Page 31 Click Continue, it will pop up the "To continue installing the software, you must agree to the terms of the software license agreement." dialog box. Click Agree to accept the License Agreement and continue the installation. Installation Type Display the installation-related information, as shown below. Click Install, the following prompt box will pop up.
  • Page 32 Installation The installation progress is shown below: Summary Installation completes, as shown below:...
  • Page 33: Network Configuration (For Printer Models That Support Wired/Wireless Network Features)

    Network Configuration (For printer models that support wired/wireless network features) 4.1. Wired Network Configuration (For printer models that support wired network features) Printers that support wired network printing can be connected to a LAN or WAN, thereby the printer will work through a wired network connection. In this option, the printer is directly connected to the network and can be set to allow all computers on the network to print directly on the printer and achieve network shared printing.
  • Page 34: Setting Up Through Wireless Lan Configuration Tool

    Wireless LAN configuration tool is computer software that helps users set the printer SSID, encryption method and password. Use USB cable to connect the printer with the computer, then launch the SHARP wireless network configuration tool on your computer and conduct wireless network configuration on the printer.
  • Page 35 Note: • After launching the configuration tool, the Network List interface appears with the information found by the program, e.g., the name of the wireless network, which is sorted by SSID. Users can select an item in the list and then double- click or click Next to enter the Information Input interface.
  • Page 36 Note: • If the printer with current configuration has ongoing printing work, the following error prompting window will pop up. Information Input Configuration When entering the information Input interface, users can set relative information of the wireless network. Note: • Safe Mode is currently available in three types: None, WEP, and WPA/WPA2. When it is None, the password entry field will be hidden, which means no password is needed while connecting the SSID provided.
  • Page 37 If the printer with current configuration has ongoing printing work, the following error prompting window will pop up. Configuration Complete After completing the above steps, the Wireless Network Configuration Result interface pop up. The configuration result will be displayed. If the configuration of the printer’s wireless network is successful, the following interface will pop up:...
  • Page 38 The following message will appear if the printer is not connected to the computer: Please use the USB cable provided to connect your printer with the computer. Click "Next" and the program will automatically search for the printers connected to the PC currently.
  • Page 39 The following message will appear if the printer fails to apply the configuration by using the wireless network provided: The printer cannot connect to any wireless networks with the wireless credentials provided. To reenter the credentials, please click Previous. The following message will appear if the printer can apply the configuration by using the wireless network provided, but the PC does not support the wireless network: "The printer can successfully connect to a wireless network with the wireless credentials provided.
  • Page 40 4.2.2.2. Mac System Configuration The following operating systems are supported: Mac OS 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11. Detect Wireless Network Card Wireless LAN configuration tool can search the wireless network automatically by using a wireless card in the computer. If the computer does not have a wireless card, the option of "Enter SSID Manually"...
  • Page 41 Note: • After launching the configuration tool, the Network List interface appears with the information found by the program, e.g., the name of the wireless network, which is sorted by SSID. Users can select an item in the list and then double- click or click Next to enter the Information Input interface.
  • Page 42 SSID: enter the service set identifier of the network for the printer to be connected, with the maximum length of 32 characters. Print Wireless Network Information Page: allow you to print the list of wireless networks detected by the printer. Next: enter the Information Input interface.
  • Page 43 Note: • Safe Mode is currently available in three types: None, WEP, and WPA/WPA2. When it is None, the password entry field will be hidden, which means no password is needed while connecting the SSID provided. The range for WEP entry is 1-26 characters, and that of WPA/WPA2 is 8-64 characters.
  • Page 44 The following message will appear if the printer is not connected to the computer: Please use the USB cable provided to connect your printer with the computer. Click "Next" and the program will automatically search for the printers connected to the PC currently.
  • Page 45 The following message will appear if the printer fails to apply the configuration by using the wireless network provided: The printer cannot connect to any wireless networks with the wireless credentials provided. To reenter the credentials, please click Previous. The following message will appear if the printer can apply the configuration by using the wireless network provided, but the PC does not support the wireless network: The printer can successfully connect to a wireless network with the wireless credentials provided.
  • Page 46: Setting Up Through Web Server

    If the printer can apply the configuration with the wireless network provided, and the PC supports the wireless network, the following message will appear: The printer can successfully connect to a wireless network with the wireless credentials provided. 4.2.3. Setting up through Web Server You can use the embedded Web server of the printer to perform the wireless network configuration.
  • Page 47: Turn On/Off Wireless Device

    Click "Wireless Network" to enter the Wireless Network Configuration interface. 4.2.4. Turn on/off Wireless Device If you want to disconnect the printer with the wireless network, you can turn off the wireless feature of the printer via the Menu button on the control panel. Press "Menu"...
  • Page 48: Set Network Printer

    4.3. Set Network Printer Users can control the network settings through the embedded Web Server of the printer or the Printer Control Panel. 4.3.1. Web Server Settings 4.3.1.1. View Web Server or Change Network Settings You can use the embedded Web server to view or change IP settings. Print the network information page and view the IP address of the printer.
  • Page 49 There are Network Settings and Printer Settings in the "Settings" column. For Network Settings, users can complete the settings of the Networking Protocol, wireless network, Wireless LAN hotspot, etc. For Printer Setting, can complete the settings of Printing Preferences, e-mail, and other relative configuration information.
  • Page 50 Note: • The default username of the printer is "admin", and the initial password is "000000". Click the "User Management" tab to perform the corresponding operations. Enter the new password in the Password box and Confirm Password box. In the bottom of the window, click Changes to save the settings. 4.3.1.3.
  • Page 51: Control Panel Settings

    Manual Setting Enter the IP address in the Web browser's address bar to open the embedded Web server. 1. Click Settings in the navigation bar to open the Settings page; 2. Select Network Settings - IPv4 Settings; 3. Set IP Address Assignment Mode (Manual), IP Address and Subnet Mask. Other items are optional;...
  • Page 52 Press direction key "▲" or "▼" to select the "2. Wireless Conf" and press "OK"; Press direction key "▲" or "▼" to select "1. Wireless NetW" or "2.WPS PIN mode". 4.3.2.2. Network Information Users can check the network status through Network Information. Press "Menu"...
  • Page 53 Select the "1. Wired Info" option and press "OK"; Press direction key "▲" or "▼" to select "1. IP Address", "2. Subnet mask", or "3. Gateway". Select the "2. Wireless Info" option and press "OK"; Press direction key "▲" or "▼" to select "1.
  • Page 54: Mobile Print

    5. Mobile Print The connection modes of the wireless network are comprised of infrastructure connection and Wireless LAN hotspot (recommended) connection. The mode of infrastructure connection: connect wireless device via the router The mobile device which connects to the access point via wireless network Access point (wireless router) Wireless network printer...
  • Page 55: Wireless Lan Hotspot Connection Mode (Recommended)

    Please make sure the SHARP printer is selected. If you selected another printer (or failed to select any printer), please tap the pull-down menu of the printer, and select your SHARP printer. Set printing parameters, e.g. print pages. Tap “Print”.
  • Page 56: System Settings

    System Settings This Chapter mainly introduces some general settings. 6.1. Language Setting Press "Menu" to enter the Menu Settings interface. Press "OK" to select the "1. System Setting" option. Press "OK" to select the "1. Language Set" option, as shown below: 6.2.
  • Page 57: Auto Shut-Off Setting

    Press direction key "▲" or "▼" to select "1min", "5min", "15min", "30min", "60min", or "8hrs". Note: • Pressing any button or sending any print job will wake it up when the printer is in Sleep mode. 6.3. Auto shut-off setting “Auto shut-off setting”...
  • Page 58: Toner Save Setting

    6.4. Toner Save Setting Users can select Toner Save Setting to lower the cost of printing. When the Toner Save mode is "On", the output color of the print will be lighter. The Default Setting is "Off". Press "Menu" to enter the Menu Settings interface. Press "OK"...
  • Page 59 Press direction key "▲" or "▼" to select the "1. Turn Off" option and press "OK". When symbol "*" appears after "1. Close", it indicates that the toner save setting is off; or press direction key "▲" or "▼" to select the "2. Open" option and press "OK". When symbol "*"...
  • Page 60: Restore Factory Settings

    6.5. Restore Factory Settings "Restore Factory Settings" is used to restore the default settings of the printer. Press "Menu" to enter the Menu Settings interface. Press "OK" to select the "1. System Setting" option. Press direction key "▲" or "▼" to select the "5. Restore Set" option and press "OK".
  • Page 61: Print

    Print 7.1. Print Function The following print functions can be achieved through the settings of various properties in the Printing Preferences. Functions Diagram Automatic Duplex Print Collate Print Reverse Print N-in-1 Poster Print (For Windows system only) Zoom Print Custom Size Note: •...
  • Page 62: Tray Setup

    7.2. Tray Setup 7.2.1. Tray Dial Settings Both the standard input tray and the optional tray have paper type dials. Below is an example of the settings on the standard input tray: Note: • Users can set the paper type dial according to their specific needs so that the paper is fed from the specific tray.
  • Page 63: Tray Settings Through Control Panel

    7.2.2. Tray Settings through Control Panel Note: • Users can perform the paper size settings on the control panel for the standard tray, the multipurpose tray and the optional tray. Below is an example with the standard input tray. Press "Menu" to enter the Menu Settings interface. Press direction key "▲"...
  • Page 64: Open Help Document

    7.3. Open Help Document You can open the "Printing Preferences" and click the "Help" button (for Windows system only). The Help document contains the User Guide where you can find the information on print settings. 7.4. Printing Mode This printer can perform the printing operation with the standard input tray, the multipurpose input tray and the optional tray.
  • Page 65: Printing With Standard Input Tray

    7.4.1. Printing with Standard Input Tray Ensure that preferred print media is loaded into the standard input tray before printing. Note: • For precautions on loading paper, see Chapter 2. 7.4.2. Printing with Multipurpose Input Tray When loading paper into the multipurpose input tray, the printer will automatically print with the paper in the multipurpose input tray.
  • Page 66: Printing With Optional Tray

    7.4.3. Printing with Optional Tray 7.4.3.1. Installation of Optional Tray Please ensure the correct placement of the printer and the optional trays, as shown below. Plug the power cord into the printer to turn on the power. Note: • Please cut off the power supply of the printer when installing or removing the optional tray.
  • Page 67 When there is no paper in the multipurpose input tray and the standard input tray, or the paper source is set as "Optional Tray I/II" by users, the printer will get paper from the optional tray to finish the print job. Note: •...
  • Page 68: Automatic Duplex Print

    7.4.3.2. Removing the Optional Tray Press and hold the power button of the printer to turn off the power. Lift the printer up with two hands to remove the optional tray. Note: • Make sure the power of the printer is turned off when removing the optional tray. 7.5.
  • Page 69 When you put paper in the multipurpose input tray, the printer will give priority to use the print paper in the multipurpose input tray. Note: • The multipurpose input tray handle automatic duplex print with a with maximum of 60 pages, and the recommended types of print paper should be used. •...
  • Page 70 Select SHARP printer with the appropriate model. Click Preferences or Properties button for the configuration of printing. Select Basic tab in the Duplex Printing area and select Long Edge or Short Edge as the binding method.
  • Page 71 Click OK to complete the print settings, so as to achieve the automatic duplex print. Note: • It is recommended to raise the paper platform to prevent the printed paper from sliding out of the output tray. If you choose not to raise the paper platform of the output tray, we recommend that you immediately remove the printed paper output from the printer.
  • Page 72: Routine Maintenance

    Routine Maintenance 8.1. Cleaning the Printer Note: • Please use mild detergents. • Some parts of the printer are still hot within a short time after using. When opening the front cover or rear cover to clean the parts inside the printer, please do not touch the parts in the shaded area as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 73: Maintenance Of Laser Toner Cartridge

    8.2.1. About Laser Toner Cartridge Use and Maintenance of Laser Toner Cartridge For better print quality, please use the original SHARP laser toner cartridge. When using the laser toner cartridge, please pay attention to the following: • Unless you are using it immediately, do not remove the laser toner cartridge from the package.
  • Page 74: Replace Laser Toner Cartridge

    8.2.2. Replace Laser Toner Cartridge Note: Before replacing the laser toner cartridge, please pay attention to the following: • The laser toner cartridge surface may have toner. Please remove it carefully to avoid spilling. • Put the removed laser toner cartridge on a piece of paper to avoid the toner from accidentally spilling.
  • Page 75 Remove the protective cover and put the laser toner cartridge into the printer along the guides and close the cover tightly. Note: • Check whether there is any seal before installing the toner cartridge into the printer; if there is any, please tear off the seal and then install the cartridge. Restart the printer to print a test page.
  • Page 76: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Please read this section carefully. It can help you solve common malfunctions in the printing process. If the problems appeared cannot be solved, please contact SHARP After- sales Service Center. Prior to handling common malfunctions, firstly check the following situations: •...
  • Page 77: Paper Jam In The Manual Input Tray

    Gently draw the jammed paper straight out. After removing the jammed paper, reload the tray into the printer, then the printer will automatically resume printing. 9.1.2. Paper Jam in the Manual Input Tray Gently draw the jammed paper out. After removing the jammed paper, reload the tray, then the printer will automatically resume printing.
  • Page 78: Paper Jam In The Optional Tray

    9.1.3. Paper Jam in the Optional Tray If the paper is jammed in the optional tray, please operate according to the following steps based on the prompts on the LCD display of the control panel to remove the jammed paper. Draw out the drawer of the optional tray.
  • Page 79 If no paper can be seen in this area, please stop and go to the next step: Open the Standard Input Tray. Remove the jammed paper from the standard input tray. Put the tray back into the printer after removing the jammed paper.
  • Page 80: Internal Paper Jam

    9.1.4. Internal Paper Jam Note: • Do not touch the shaded area as follows to avoid burns when removing the internal jammed paper and the jammed paper in the fuser unit. Open the front cover. Keep level when drawing out the toner cartridge. (To avoid the exposure of the cartridge affecting the print quality, wrap the laser toner cartridge with a black plastic bag or cover it with paper).
  • Page 81: Paper Jam In The Fuser Unit

    9.1.5. Paper Jam in the Fuser Unit Open the rear cover. Open the fuser release unit by the handles on both sides. Gently remove the jammed paper. Remove the jammed paper and close the fuser decompression unit and the rear cover, then the printer will automatically resume printing.
  • Page 82: Duplex Unit Jam

    9.1.6. Duplex Unit Jam Remove the duplex printing unit from the back of the printer. Remove the jammed paper from the duplex unit. If the paper does not come out together with the duplex unit, open the tray and remove the jammed paper directly from the bottom.
  • Page 83: Software Failure

    9.2. Software Failure Trouble Solution SHARP XXX Printer Driver cannot be Reinstall the printer driver. found in the printer and fax folders. Ensure that the USB interface cable and the power cord are both properly connected. The printer is in Ready mode but does not If the failure continues after restarting the perform any print job.
  • Page 84 -It is suggested that you use -The print media is damp or the recommended print media. sticks together. -Internal parts failure. -Separate the print media or use better and dry print media. Note: • If the problem remains, please contact SHARP Customer Service.
  • Page 85: Image Defects

    9.3.2. Image Defects Trouble Cause Solution • Toner is low. • Please properly use the print • The print media does not meet media within the specification usage specifications, such as range. the media is damp or too • Set the print resolution, density, rough.
  • Page 86 Clean the laser toner cartridge • The internal part of the laser toner or replace it with a new one. cartridge is damaged. • Please contact SHARP • The fuser component is damaged. Customer Service to repair or replace the fuser component. Cyclical traces appear •...
  • Page 87 The laser toner cartridge might be damaged. • The internal part of the printer is damaged. Horizontal stripes Note: • The above troubles can be handled by cleaning or replacing the laser toner cartridge. If the problem remains, please contact SHARP Customer Service.
  • Page 88: 10 0

    10. Product Specifications Note: • These values are based on the initial data. For more information about the latest specifications, please visit: www.sharpusa.com. 10.1. Overview of the Specifications Dimensions(W*D*H) Approx. 14.6" (w) x 14.6" (d) x 11.3" (h) Weight (without toner Approx.
  • Page 89: Print Specifications

    10.2. Print Specifications Print Speed 33ppm(A4)/35ppm(Letter) First print out time Less than 8.5 seconds Max. monthly volume 80,000 pages Recommended 5,000 pages monthly volume Printer language PCL5e, PCL6/XL,PS3, PDF...