Canon MFPs optimise workflow

Canon MFPs optimise workflow

Jul 7, 2015

Canon Europe has launched the imageRUNNER 1435 series, which consists of two new compact A4 black and white multifunctional devices (MFDs) to address the document and cost challenges of busy small workgroups.

The new imageRUNNER 1435i and 1435iF combine the core functionality of print, copy, scan, send and fax in a single compact and robust device which can easily handle peak workloads of up to 60 000 pages a month with speeds of 35ppm. To optimise workflows, the devices allow users to capture paper documents into searchable digital format and send directly to a range of destinations removing the need for any PC-based processing.

The imageRUNNER 1435 series also offers extensive connectivity options for mobile workers, from printing and scanning to USB to a range of mobile printing solutions, giving users more flexibility in accessing and printing documents.

The new MFDs come with a separate toner and a user-replaceable drum, while the new imageRUNNER controller allows easy and efficient management of the devices, ad includes remote service capabilities for automatic toner management, diagnostics and meter collection.

For larger fleets, the imageRUNNER 1435 series also includes remote batch configuration and firmware updating capabilities. Embedded compatibility with the output and capture management software uniFLOW enables businesses to centrally recover, allocate and control print costs across a fleet.

They include native support for industry standards such as PCL and Genuine Adobe PostScript 3. The new devices also incorporate secure printing, iPSec, Department ID and authorised send as standard; while there is an option to encrypt PDF documents. Larger fleets can use uniFLOW for My Print Anywhere secure release, card reader integration and centralised access control.

The new devices consume less than 2 watt of energy during sleep mode and are Energy Star certified.