Kyocera releases Ecosys P8060cdn Printer

Kyocera Ecosys P8060cdn.
Kyocera Ecosys P8060cdn.

Kyocera Document Solutions America has introduced the Ecosys P8060cdn, a high-capacity, print-only device ideal for mid-size companies and workgroups. Core print capabilities include full 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution, up to 60 pages per minute (ppm) in black-and-white and 55 ppm in colour, up to 12” x 18” media support, standard paper capacity of 1,150 sheets expandable up to 7,150 sheets, and professional finishing capabilities. The Ecosys P8060cdn comes with Wi-Fi Direct and NFC capabilities for Android mobile devices. The printer is HyPAS-enabled, ready to run via Kyocera Mobile Print, Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print, and includes Kyocera’s security and cost-control business applications – including AccessLock and CentraQ Pro. All capabilities are easily accessible through its 9” colour touchscreen interface.

The Ecosys P8060cdn features a revolving toner system that simplifies mechanics and reduces energy requirements. The printer supports tiered-colour billing, as well as Kyocera Fleet Services (KFS) – a comprehensive cloud-based monitoring service that allows authorized dealers to handle many maintenance tasks for their customers without time-consuming on-site visits. Through KFS, dealers can anticipate issues, resolve problems before they occur, and even update firmware remotely during off-hours, thus maximizing uptime across an entire fleet. Its 1,200 x 1,200 dpi print resolution is further enhanced by Kyocera’s new toner technology. Colours are deeper and more vivid, blacks are sharper and more well-defined – especially thin-ruled lines and smaller characters, said the OEM. The new printer uses toner engineered with smaller particles, which requires less heat to fuse them to the page, thus further reducing energy consumption. There’s also an environmentally friendly toner container replacement system in which empty black toner containers can be reused as waste toner containers (which minimizes landfill waste), as does its Toner Locking System that ensures that toner containers are completely empty before they’re replaced.



Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.