Auto-Duplexing - Using automatic two-sided printing and copying can save you up to 50% of your paper supply.
Image Combination - Allows users to copy or print multiple pages on one sheet, saving up to 75% of your paper supply.
Document Scanning - Allows users to convert paper-based documents into electronic data format for archival purposes, as well as, short-term storage, or distribution to other destinations over a network or the Internet. Can help reduce huge volumes of paper stored in file cabinets, and the need to distribute hardcopy documents via interoffice, overnight delivery, or regular mail.
White LED Scanning - The use of White LEDs in scanners allows the scanning unit to be smaller, provides a brighter light source when scanning documents while lowering energy consumption by up to 70%, and shortens the recovery time from energy-saving mode, when compared to traditional xexon lamp technology.
PC Fax - Saves paper by allowing you to send documents using Fax technology directly from your computer.
Secure Print - Also known as “PIN printing”, allows users to send print jobs to a device and then not release the job for printing until entering a personal identification number at the device. This helps to eliminate the practice of users sending jobs to print and then not going to retrieve them, or reprinting lost jobs, both of which waste paper.
Mailbox - Electronic mailboxes allow users to store frequently used documents (ie. forms, etc.) into memory at the device, then edit and preview, and/or combine print data with other jobs already stored in a mailbox for later output. This capability provides users with significant flexibility in managing job composition and output, and permits the printing of jobs on demand thereby saving paper costs.
Access Management Modes - Includes a range of features allowing administrators to track and control device access and usage by department, or on an individual-basis, and allows settings that can be implemented across an entire enterprise (such as page limits, enforce 2-sided printing, restrict/allow color printing, and eliminate banner pages, etc.) to conserve resources.
Toner Saving Mode - Toner Saving Mode allows for 20% more economical toner usage when printing documents, helping to conserve resources.
Energy Saving Modes - Settings such as Low Power Mode, Auto Sleep Time, and Energy Saver modes, can be adjusted so that you can improve energy efficiency when the device is idle or not in use.
RAPID Fusing System - Canon’s RAPID Fusing System uses a special fixing film and ceramic heater that heats instantly for fast warm-up speeds, quick first prints, and drastically reduced energy consumption – up to 80% reduction in energy consumption as compared to conventional roller-fixing systems.
Induction Heating (IH) System - Canon’s Induction Heating (IH) toner-fixing system provides fast heat conduction through the application of a high-frequency electrical current through a coil built into a fixing roller. As a result, the technology reduces standby times to one-sixth of wait times while cutting energy consumption by about 70% compared with conventional systems.
ENERGY STAR Qualified - Qualified products are 25% more efficient than conventional models. By using less energy these products reduce greenhouse gas emissions and save energy as well as money. ENERGY STAR products automatically enter low-power mode when not in use.
RoHS (EU) Compliant - This is a directive from the European Union that restricts the use of hazardous materials found in electronic products. This product restricts the use of Cadmium, Mercury, Lead, Hexavalent Chromium, Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB), and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE).
Toner Container Collection Program - To contribute to the goal of zero landfill waste, Canon offers a collection and recycling program for Canon plastic toner containers. When Canon plastic toner containers cannot be recycled locally or sent to a local energy recovery facility, Canon allows customers to ship them to our designated facility for recycling.
Toner Cartridge Recycling Program - Canon was the first in the printing industry to create a toner cartridge recycling program. Canon toner cartridges are 100% recovered with zero landfill waste.
Use of Recycled Plastics - Canon uses numerous types of recycled plastic in exterior housings and other product parts. For example, “Sandwich molding” in which recycled plastic is sandwiched between layers of virgin plastic. This technology contributes to realizing more environmentally conscious products.
Use of Bio-Based Plastics - Canon’s innovative green technologies include bio-based plastic, an environmentally conscious material that incorporates plant-based and organic components, with the world’s highest level of flame resistance. Our imageRUNNER ADVANCE digital imaging series incorporate this design on certain parts where users directly interface with the device.
Business Copier Remanufacturing Program - Canon’s Business Copier Remanufacturing Program helps reduce waste and conserve the environment by extending the lifecycle of select Canon equipment – following our long held "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" philosophies and initiatives.