There is a MHz processor with MB memory standard. All the connection ports are found on the back of the DN. The Phaser DN pulsated between watts when warming up and printing. There is an optional Wireless network adapter for customers looking to upgrade. Visit our network of sites:
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The screen on the printer is relatively small so it can be hard to read the menu options but the Phaser DN can print out a color menu map for easier navigation of the printer menu.
I personally like the color much better than just a standard gray; it seems cleaner, less depressing. The series comes standard with a sheet paper drawer but for an additional cost customers can add a sheet drawer. For a document with a mixture of black text and color 628d0n, the DN printed about 24 ppm.
It would use anywhere from W to W during the less than 30 seconds warm up.
Print quality The Phaser DN has excellent print quality when it comes to black text as most laser printers do. The PostScript 3 driver is recommended but the PCL driver will give users access to features such as: As with the first page out times, the speed slows down considerably when printing full color xrrox. There is a MHz processor with MB memory standard.
Xerox Phaser 6280DN review
The speeds varied based on the size of the document and the amount of text on each page as you might expect but the slowest speed I recorded was 27 ppm, and the fastest was 31 ppm. The series has front door access to its toner cartridges for easy replacement. Overall, I found that the DN could print 9 pages a minute — 18 images, back and front — when in duplex mode. All content posted on TechnologyGuide is granted to TechnologyGuide with electronic publishing rights in perpetuity, as all content posted on this site becomes a part of the community.
The Xerox Phaser series was released in February as a replacement for the popular Phaser with several new improvements. There is an optional Wireless network adapter for customers looking to upgrade.
Xerox Phaser DN review –
Between both trays, the series can support several different types of media including copy paper, recycled paper, transparencies, labels, envelopes, card stock, etc. Visit our network of sites: It can help an office take their printing to the next level with an array of business centric printing options and upgradable paper trays, memory and hard drive. When printing in color, the Phaser DN slows down a bit overall, but the first page was still out in about 9 seconds when printing documents that are a mix of text and color.
Printing Scout xxerox a separate pop-up feature that works with all three OS drivers. When I timed the duplexing feature, I found that flipping on the short edge vs. Not interested in built-in duplexing? It is fairly compact at There is also a smaller door that opens the sheet multipurpose tray.
When in ready mode, the DN uses about 16W.
For any small business that needs to print in color and quickly, the DN is definitely an excellent option. All the connection ports are found on the back of the DN. Print tests On average, the Phaser DN was very close to the advertised print speed of 31 ppm, coming in at about 29 ppm. The Phaser DN also has standard duplexing — users can click on properties before printing and choose to print on the short edge or long edge.
The memory can be upgraded to 1. In sleep mode, it uses about 3W. Through the CentreWare IS, users can view printer status and the job queue, check toner and paper levels, manage settings, and access support. It spiked around W when printing but would jump down to 76W towards the end of the job. We have the Phaser DN configuration in house so read our full review today and find out if it could be the perfect printer for your office!
When printing in full color pages, the first page out time slows down quite a bit. With the great color prints, this machine would be really useful for printing brochures and other color handouts.