Since 1934, Brother has recognized the voices of its customers in
order to provide a wide range of sophisticated and innovative technologies. However, we do
not believe in technology for technology's sake. Our aim is to offer a first class range of
products, support and services that combine ease of use and practical features that serve all
To view accessibility documentation available for a specific Brother product, please select
from the following:
Accessibility enhancing features
are incorporated in many Brother products - examples include front end loading paper drawers,
combined toner and drum units, raised "5" key on numeric pad, colored operation
buttons and more. Brother will continue to dedicate its research and engineering resources, to
ensure that our future product development meets or exceeds the standards in Section "508".
About Section "508"
Requires that when Federal departments or agencies develop, procure, maintain, or use
Electronic and Information Technology (EIT), they must ensure that the EIT allow Federal
employees with disabilities to have access to and use of information and data that is
comparable to the access to and use of information and data by other, Federal employees. Section
508 also requires individuals with disabilities who are members of the public seeking information
or services from a Federal department or agency, have access to a and use of information and data
that is comparable to that provided to the public without disabilities. Comparable access is not
required if it would impose an undue burden.
For more information: http://www.section508.gov/