Kyocera DS UK launches new A4 monochrome print devices

Kyocera Document Solutions UK has launched a new range of A4 monochrome ECOSYS products, designed to help companies manage their print output more securely and efficiently than ever before, while significantly reducing their environmental impact.

This new ECOSYS series is the latest addition to the company's A4 monochrome high-speed laser portfolio. These devices have been updated to successfully print higher volumes so that users can manage their increasing print output in a more efficient and eco-friendly manner. The ECOSYS P3145dn, ECOSYS P3150dn, and ECOSYS P3155dn combine high productivity with sustainability. The range's refreshed design distinguishes it from previous generations, as does the updated feature set, developed to enhance the user experience as well as overall performance.

Nobuki Takada, General Manager of the Marketing Innovation Centre at Kyocera Document Solutions Europe said, "at Kyocera, we truly believe in striving for greatness and that is why we are always looking to upgrade and improve our key product ranges, such as our ECOSYS range. Thanks to these latest developments, companies can drive their print efficiency whilst also improving their environmental sustainability and information security at the same time by acquiring the ECOSYS P3145dn, ECOSYS P3150dn and ECOSYS P3155dn devices."

These three new products represent the latest update to Kyocera's ECOSYS line-up. From its outset, the company has championed eco-friendly printing, demonstrating its commitment to protecting the environment with the creation of its ECOSYS technology in 1992. 

The ECOSYS P3145dn, ECOSYS P3150dn, and ECOSYS P3155dn printers operate at high productivity rates and register first print times that are up to 13 per cent faster than previous generations. This improvement is down to the new polygon motor control flow employed in their systems. Such features optimise the devices' start times which therefore speeds up the initial print process. 

As with all ECOSYS machines, Kyocera has carefully integrated more eco-friendly settings into these devices' systems and overall design to promote sustainability thereby minimising environmental impact. The units are built with long-life components, which reduces manufacturing and maintenance requirements. The eco-friendly pulp packaging adds a further tick to the devices' environmental checklist. 

With enhanced power management reducing power consumption in 'sleep mode' to just 0.5 watts, companies will certainly benefit looking to cut back on print-related energy usage and costs.

A Data Security Kit feature has also been included as a new way to offer companies the option of additional data storage in addition to the use of integrated advanced data encryption elements. For superior security, the Kit enables data to be encrypted even before being stored on a hard disk. This new element provides a user-friendly and convenient way for companies to protect their confidential documents, information, and assets.

Company Details

KYOCERA Document Solutions UK Ltd

75-77 London Road
READING
RG1 5BS
UNITED KINGDOM

0118 931 1500

www.kyoceradocumentsolutions.co.uk

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