Minimal operator involvement with 50-sheet Automatic Document Feeding capabilities that makes for easy multi-page transmission and copying. There's even a wide range of speed-dialing options, a one-hour battery backup, and the Print-in-Order output feature, which allows incoming documents to be printed face down and in the correct order
Network Print Capabilities at up to 19 pages-per minute (letter) for multi-user workgroups. Simply connect to the external AXIS 1650 Print Server to allow all users' network printing to the LASER CLASS 310 to save time, space, and money.
Super G3 Technology transmits data at 33.6 Kbps speed, approximately 3 seconds per page* that will ensure the fastest speeds available to streamline workflow and save on phone line costs.
Powerful Memory Capabilities of up to 8 MB of memory and 510 pages**, allows you to send or store lengthy documents. You also never need to worry if toner or paper runs out because incoming faxes are stored and printed automatically, as soon as supplies are replenished.
Enhanced Image Quality by using Canon (Ultra High Quality) image processing system, you'll be able to transmit high-quality images that distinguish between text and images on outgoing faxes.
Easy To Replace FX8 Cartridge with a full yield of 3,500 prints*** is included with each LASER CLASS 310 device.
Handy Dual Paper Supply provides one 500-sheet front-loading letter/legal-sized adjustable cassette and a one-sheet letter-/A4-/legal-sized Multipurpose Tray that's sufficient enough to handle your most demanding requirements.
ENERGY STAR Qualified , the LASER CLASS 310 has low power requirements and quick warm-up times, to help reduce both energy consumption and operating costs. What's more, Canon's worldwide cartridge recycling program, the Clean Earth Campaign, benefits the environment by reusing recyclable materials, thereby reducing landfills.
* Approximate 3-second-per-page fax transmission time based on ITU-T No.1 Chart (MMR, Standard Mode) at 33.6 kbps modem speed when transmitting to another V.34 machine. The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps modem speeds or lower, depending on telephone line conditions.