Print on a variety of paper sizes with the versatility to print up to 11" x 17" (Ledger Size). Print two-sided documents up to 11" x 17" in-house. Easy to set up wireless (802.11 b/g/n) or Ethernet networking with Embedded Web Server support. Two adjustable paper trays hold up to 500 sheets. Uses high or super high yield ink cartridges.
Maximum capacity based on using 20 lb (bond) paper.
Best Transmission Speed (approx. sec./page)‡
Based on ITU-T test chart with highest available coding method and standard resolution.
Black Print Speed (max. ppm)
Click here for inkjet print speed methodology.
Borderless printing is available for Letter, Legal, Ledger, 4"x6", 5"x8", 3.5"x5", 5"x7", A4, A3, A6, 3.9"x5.8" and 5.8"x7.8" paper sizes.
Broadcasting (# of locations)
Distinctive Ring Detection Ready‡
Check with local phone company for service availability.
Duplex Printing Capability
Borderless printing not available on duplex. .866" top/bottom, .12" left/right minimum default margins on duplex
Fax Page Memory (max. pages)‡
Using ITU-T Test Chart #1 at standard resolution and highest compression mode.
Actual yield of starter cartridge will be approx. 65% of replacement LC75 cartridge series, due to ink system initialization process. Approximate page yields in accordance with ISO/IEC 24711. For more page yield information, see www.brother.com/pageyield.
ISO-based Copy Speed (black)‡
Copy speed using ADF. Based on ISO/IEC 24735. Click here for inkjet print speed methodology.
ISO-based Print Speed (black)‡
Based on ISO/IEC 24734. Click here for inkjet print speed methodology.
Maximum Monthly Duty Cycle‡
Maximum number of printed pages per month and can be used to compare designed durability between like Brother products. For maximum printer life, it is best to choose a printer with a duty cycle that far exceeds your print requirements.
Recommended Monthly Print Volume‡
The recommended range of monthly printed pages to achieve the best possible performance and printer life. Printers are intended to handle occasional usage beyond this range with little or no effect. Consistently printing above the recommended print volume, however, may adversely affect the print quality or life of the machine. It is always best to choose a printer with an appropriate recommended print volume to allow for any anticipated increase in printing needs.