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The Samsung laser printer ML-6060/6060N/6060S series makes your workflow speedier and save your valuable time in document printing with powerful 12-ppm engine and controller. It also contains the most advanced PCL R6 emulation and strongest 66-MHZ RISC processor. With robust and fast Samsung network solution of PortThru RNIC card and SyncThru network management software, ML-6060/6060N offers full compatibilities for the various network environments through easy and fast printing. Also maximum 1,... Read more

 

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ErnieK 6:21pm on Monday, June 28th, 2010 
I bought it as an open-box and I think they ran out and sent me a closed-box one. I love new-egg! I love how the drum is built in.

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Summit Laser Products - Samsung ML-6060 Toner Cartridges

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New Arrivals!

Company Info

Publications

Special Features

Contact Us

Overview

Required Tools Required Supplies Disassembly Common Cartridge Problems Printing Test Pages Printing a Cleaning Page Cleaning the Printer
Common Error Codes Recommended Supplies
Samsung ML-6060 Toner Cartridges

DOC-0283

OVERVIEW
The Samsung ML-6060, NEC Superscript 1400, and Xerox P1210 series of printers are based on a Samsung 12 ppm, 1200 dpi engine. Although the exact engine number is not known, these cartridges from the outside seem to be a beefed up version of the P8e. From the inside however, they are completely different. These cartridges are at the same time deceptively easy and deceptively difficult to remanufacture. I will explain more as we go through the process. The NEC 1400 series consists of the Superscript 1400, 1450, and the 1450 N. All are fairly standard except they have one unique feature. The software provided with the printers includes a "Poster Printing" feature. This allows you to take an image or document and break it into as many as 36 81/2 x 11" pages(6 across,6 high)! It also allows you to set the overlap between pages. A little extreme, but fun to do! The NEC standard cartridge (20-150) is rated for 3,000 pages at 5% coverage and the High Yield cartridge (20-152)is rated for 6,000 pages at 5%. These cartridges are not interchangeable with any of the many Samsung versions currently produced.
http://www.summitechnologies.com/docs/0283/0283.asp

4/21/2008

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REQUIRED TOOLS

Toner approved vacuum. A small Common screw driver #1 Phillips head screwdriver Needle nose pliers

REQUIRED SUPPLIES

NEC 1400 toner, 190g (For 6k cartridge) Wiper Blade (Check for availability) OPC Drum (Check for availability) Kynar padding powder PCR Cleaner Conductive grease

DISASSEMBLY

1. 2. 3. Clean the exterior of the cartridge. Place the cartridge with the handle facing up. Remove the top 2 screws. See Figure 1 Tilt the hopper away from the screw holes and remove. Vacuum both the hopper and cartridge clean See Figure 2 CAUTION: The upper half of the toner hopper is being removed. If there is a lot of toner left in the hopper, it will dump out all over!.

FIGURE 2 FIGURE 1

Locate both the drum cover arms and gently pry them off. Try to keep the springs on the arms to make re-assembly easier later. See Figures 3 & 4 Remove the two screws on the Waste chamber. Lift the waste chamber off the cartridge. See Figure 5 & 6

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FIGURE 3

FIGURE 4

FIGURE 5

FIGURE 6

On the waste chamber, remove the two screws on the PCR clips. Remove the clips, and the PCR. Make sure you note the orientation of the PCR as each side is different. See Figure 7 Remove the two screws on the wiper blade. Remove the blade. Figure 8 & 9

FIGURE 7

FIGURE 8

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FIGURE 9
Clean out the Waste chamber. NOTE: Be very careful not to damage or distort the thin Mylar Recovery Blade next to the wiper blade. If this blade is bent or damaged in any way, it should be replaced
Clean the PCR. WARNING: Do not clean the OEM PCR with alcohol as this will remove the conductive coating on the roller. IF the PCR is an after market, follow the cleaning methods recommended by the manufacturer. If the PCR is an OEM, we recommended it be cleaned with your standard PCR cleaner

10. 11.

Re install the Wiper Blade. New blades are at the time of this writing not available, but the OEM will easily last another cycle. Reinstall the PCR and clips. Put the entire assy. aside. See Figure 10 Up to now this has been extremely easy. The next part on removing the drum, had me going for a while. It's not that hard, just very different. NOTE: If you are not replacing the drum, there is no need to do this. Just leave the old drum alone. Proceed to step 16
Remove the Three screws on the left side end cap. Remove the end cap. See Figure 11.

FIGURE 10

FIGURE 11
Remove the three screws on the right side end cap. The fourth screw in the drum axle uses a left hand thread. Make sure you turn that screw to the right to remove it. Keep this screw separate so it doesn't get mixed up. See Figure 12. Although the drum axle pin looks like it should come out, it doesn't. The drum axle has a slug/silencer attached to it inside the drum. To remove the drum, do the following:

Remove the Metal plate and gear assy. Make sure to note the orientation of the remaining gears as they are now loose. See Figure 13

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FIGURE 12

FIGURE 13

From the large gear side, push the axle in as far as it will go. From the outside of the cartridge, press the axle in and up. Remove the drum. See Figure 14. We have removed the gear from an OEM drum to show the axle/silencer combo. New replacement drums once available will either come with one gear installed or no gears at all. See Figure 15

FIGURE 14

FIGURE 15

16. 17. 18.

Install new drum axle and gears. Make sure you glue in the gears. The screw hole side of the axle is on the large gear side. See Figure 16. Re-install the gear assy. and right end cap, and all the screws. Re-install the waste chamber and screws. See Figure 17.

FIGURE 16

FIGURE 17

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19. 20. 21.
Install the seal on the toner hopper. See Figure 18 Remove the fill plug on the toner hopper and fill the hopper with the correct toner. Re-install the fill plug. This plug is made with a hard plastic, if it gets damaged, put a small bead of silicon around the lip to seal the cavity. See Figures 19 & 20 Slide the seal pull tab under the foam seal and out the cartridge wall. See Figure 21

FIGURE 18

FIGURE 19

FIGURE 20

FIGURE 21

22. 23.

Clean the contacts on the left end cap. Re-install the conductive grease. Install the end cap making sure the seal tab is inserted through the slot. See Figure 22 Install the drum cover. Press the spring tab into the slot in the end cap to set the spring tension. See Figure 23

FIGURE 22

FIGURE 23

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COMMON CARTRIDGE PROBLEMS
Some of the more common toner cartridge problems are: A Dirty or Bad Primary Charge Roller (PCR); located Inside the cartridge, this will show on the test print as vertical gray streaks down the page, as a gray background throughout the page, or as ghosting where part of a previously printed area is repeated. Dirty PCR Connection; This will show as horizontal dark black bars across the page, or as shading throughout the page. Scratched Drum; this is shown by a very thin, perfectly straight line that runs from the top to the bottom of the test page. Chipped Drum; This will show as a dot or series of dots that repeat 3 times per page. Any drum defects will repeat 3 times per page. Light Damaged Drum; This will show up as a shaded area on the test print that should be white. Again this will repeat 3 times per page. Bad Wiper Blade; This will show as either a gray line approximately 1/8" thick, or as shading across the entire page. In either case there will be a film of toner on the drum surface. Light print overall: Check to see if the toner save mode is on.

PRINTING TEST PAGES

Make sure the computer is turned off. When the Ready light is on steady, press and hold the GO/CONTINUE button until the led lights cycle 2 (two) times. This takes about 4 seconds. When the GO button is released, the configuration page will print

PRINTING A CLEANING PAGE

Press and hold the GO/CONTINUE and CANCEL buttons simultaneously. All four lights will blink and the internal cleaning sheet will print. According to NEC thus should be done once a month or whenever toner marks appear on the BACK side of the pages.

CLEANING THE PRINTER

Not much of the machine is accessible. All that can be done easily is to vacuum the interior and wipe the lens down with a clean lint free cloth. The lens is located on the bottom of the top cover directly below the cartridge cover.

COMMON ERROR CODES

The error light patterns are not very helpful for anything besides a paper jam, but here they are: Paper Jam: Paper LED is on, Error LED is blinking Cover open/no cartridge: The error LED is on steady Internal error: All four LED's blink in sequence, at a high rate of speed. See next error. Engine error: Same as above, all four LED's blink in sequence, at a high rate of speed. This can be caused by a memory crash, Main board or fuser error!
2003 Summit Laser Products, Inc. Any attempt to reproduce any part of these instructions without the written consent of Summit Laser Products, Inc is prohibited. All registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Summit Laser Products - Samsung ML-6060 Toner Cartridges RECOMMENDED SUPPLIES
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Summit Laser Products - Samsung ML-1650 Toner Cartridges

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New Arrivals!

Company Info

Publications

Special Features

Contact Us
Overview Required Tools Required Supplies Disassembly Common Cartridge Problems Test Printing Cleaning the Printer Common Error Codes (Light Patterns)
Samsung ML-1650 Toner Cartridges

DOC-0310

OVERVIEW
The Samsung ML-1650, ML-1651N , Tektronix Phaser 3400, and Tally T9216 series of printers are based on a Samsung 17 ppm, 1200 dpi engine. This engine is an updated version of the Samsung ML-6060. As with the ML-6060, these cartridges are at the same time deceptively easy and deceptively difficult to remanufacture. I will explain more as we go through the process. The Samsung (ML-1650D8), Tektronix 3400 (106R00462) and Tally (043240) cartridges are rated for 8,000 pages at 5% coverage. Samsung and Tektronix also make the ML-1650D4, and 106R00461 cartridges respectively which are rated for 4,000 pages at 5%. Tally only has the high yield cartridge The Samsung machines have some interesting features that come standard with the machine. They can print multiple pages on one sheet, and print posters by breaking up the image into parts that overlap each other. The amount of overlap can be controlled by the user. Both of these functions are accessed through the driver. One important thing to watch out for is the toner save function. This is easily accidentally pressed as it has its own button on the control panel. If you are getting light print, check this out first. A complete list of the machines based on the ML-1650 engine is as follows: Samsung ML-1650 Samsung ML-1651N Tally T9216 Tally T9216N Tektronix (Xerox) Phaser 3400 Tektronix (Xerox) Phaser 3400B Tektronix (Xerox) Phaser 3400N Figures A and B show the difference between the Samsung and Tektronix cartridges. As the Tally machines are not sold in the US, I was not able to determine if the Tally and Samsung cartridges are interchangeable or not. More than likely, the notch on the front edge of the cartridge is in a different location. These cartridges are not interchangeable with any of the many Samsung versions currently produced.
http://www.summitechnologies.com/docs/0310/0310.asp

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Summit Laser Products - Samsung ML-1650 Toner Cartridges REQUIRED TOOLS
Toner approved vacuum. A small Common screw driver #1 Phillips head screwdriver Needle nose pliers Spring Hook

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REQUIRED SUPPLIES
1651 toner, 240g (For 8k cartridge) Wiper Blade (Check for availability) OPC Drum (ML-6060) Sealing Strip (P8e) Developer Roller (P8e) Dr. Blade (Check for availability) PCR (Check for availability) Kynar padding powder PCR Cleaner Conductive grease

DISASSEMBLY

1. Clean the exterior of the cartridge.
Place the cartridge with the handle facing up. Remove the top 2 screws. See Figure 1
Tilt the hopper away from the screw holes and remove. To prevent the tabs from breaking, it is best to tilt it 180 degrees from the start position. Vacuum both the hopper but leave the cartridge base alone. There is a sensor that can be ruined if the base of the hopper is vacuumed. See Figure 2 CAUTION: The upper half of the toner hopper is being removed. If there is a lot of toner left in the hopper, it will dump out all over!

FIGURE 1

FIGURE 2
4. Remove the screw on the front toner low sensor contact plate. See Figure 3

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Remove the two screws on the rear sensor plate. Remove the plate, sensor, and front contact plate. Note that the shorter screw is in the through hole, mounting directly to the sensor. See Figure 4

FIGURE 3

FIGURE 4
Note the hole in the toner hopper where the toner low sensor was located. Vacuum any remaining toner from the base of the hopper. This should be done after the sensor is removed to prevent it from being destroyed by the static fields normally generated while removing toner.

Locate both the drum cover arms and gently pry them off. Try to keep the springs on the arms to make re-assembly easier later. Remove the entire cover assembly. See Figures 5 & 6

FIGURE 5

FIGURE 6
Remove the two screws on the Waste chamber. Lift the waste chamber off the cartridge. See Figure 7 & 8

FIGURE 7

FIGURE 8
On the waste chamber, remove the two screws on the PCR clips. Remove the clips, and the PCR. Make sure you
note the orientation of the PCR as each side is different. See Figure 9

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Remove the two screws on the wiper blade. Remove the blade. Figure 10

FIGURE 9

11. Clean out the Waste chamber.

FIGURE 10

NOTE: Be very careful not to damage or distort the thin Mylar Recovery Blade next to the wiper blade. If this blade is bent or damaged in any way, it should be replaced
Clean the PCR. WARNING: Do not clean the OEM PCR with alcohol as this will remove the conductive coating on the roller. If the PCR is an after market, follow the cleaning methods recommended by the manufacturer. If the PCR is an OEM, we recommended it be cleaned with your standard PCR cleaner
Re install the Wiper Blade. New blades are at the time of this writing not available, but the OEM will easily last another cycle.
Reinstall the PCR and clips. Make sure that the long side of the PCR is to the left. Put the entire assy. aside. See Figure 11 Up to now this has been extremely easy. The next part on removing the drum had me going for a while. Its not that hard, just very different. If you have ever done an ML-6060, it is exactly the same.
Remove the three screws on the left side end cap (small drum gear side). Remove the end cap. This end cap tends to have a very tight fit. Take your time and work it off. See Figure 12.

FIGURE 11

FIGURE 12
Remove the three screws indicated on the right side end cap. The fourth screw located in the raised lip (Colorized), is screwed into the drum axle, and uses a left hand thread. Make sure you turn that screw to the right to remove it. Keep this screw separate so it doesnt get mixed up. It may be necessary to hold the opposite side of the drum shaft to keep it from spinning while removing the screw. See Figure 13.
NOTE: Although the drum axle pin looks like it should come out, it doesnt. The drum axle has a slug/silencer attached to it inside the drum. To remove the drum, do the following:

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Note the location of the gears and gear plate on the large gear side of the cartridge. Remove the Metal plate and gears. A drive belt will come loose as the plate is removed. This belt runs between the developer roller gear and the smaller of the two gears that stay on the gear plate. This belt presumably keeps the delivery of toner to the developer roller and from the developer roller to the drum smoother. A smooth turning developer roller will produce much more even gray scales. Make sure to note the orientation of the remaining gears as they are now loose. Remove the remaining gears. See Figures 14 & 15

From the large gear side, push the axle in as far as it will go. Lift up the large gear side, and press the axle back over from the small gear side, until the drum is released. See Figure 16. We have removed the gear from an OEM drum to show the axle/silencer combo. New replacement drums come with the small drive gear installed, and the large gear just pressed in the drum, not glued. If the drum is being replaced, dont forget to glue this gear in place! See Figure 17

FIGURE 13

FIGURE 14

FIGURE 15

FIGURE 16
To clean the Dr. Blade (Highly recommended), the developer roller must be removed. These blades tend to get toner built up on them that can cause light streaks if not cleaned properly.
Locate the plastic plate the locks the developer roller in place. See Figure 18

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FIGURE 17

FIGURE 18

From the bottom of the cartridge, press in on the tab to release the plate. See Figure 19
Slide the plate forward so that the small tab at the top of the plate is free. Remove the plate. See Figure 20

FIGURE 19

FIGURE 20
Slide the developer roller out of the cartridge. See Figure 21
Clean the Dr. Blade. It can be removed to clean, but is not necessary. If you do remove it, be very careful not to tear the foam seals that attach to it. The P8e blade looks similar, but is just different enough not to fit correctly. See Figure 22

FIGURE 21

FIGURE 22
Clean the developer roller with a clean lint free cloth. Install back into the cartridge. Keep the longer shaft side to the gear side of the cartridge. See Figure 23
Re-install the locking plate over the developer roller shaft. Make sure that the top tab fits behind the frame. See

Figure 24

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FIGURE 23

FIGURE 24
Install new drum axle and gears. Make sure you glue in the gears. The screw hole side of the axle is on the large gear side. See Figure 25
Re-install the loose gears, and belt onto the developer roller gear. As the metal plate with gears is inserted, slide the loose end of the belt over the front double gear. See Figures 26 & 27
Install the end cap and the four screws. Make sure that the machined left hand threaded screw is in the drum axle shaft. See Figure 28

FIGURE 25

FIGURE 26

FIGURE 27

FIGURE 28
Re-install the waste chamber and screws. Make sure that the end of the PCR shaft fits through the hole in the cartridge wall. See Figure 29.

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Install the toner sensor, cover, and two screws on the base of the toner hopper. Make sure that the short screw is in the through hole, mounting directly to the sensor. See Figures 30 & 31
Route the wires as shown, install the contact plate and screw. Make sure that the front tabs lock in place. Figures 32, 33 & 34

FIGURE 29

FIGURE 30

FIGURE 31

FIGURE 32

FIGURE 33

33. Install the seal on the toner hopper. See Figure 35

FIGURE 34

34. Remove the fill plug on the toner hopper and fill the hopper with the correct toner. Re-install the fill plug. This plug is made with a hard plastic, if it gets damaged; put a small bead of silicon around the lip to seal the cavity. See Figure 36

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FIGURE 35

FIGURE 36

Slide the seal pull tab under the foam seal and out the cartridge wall. See Figure 37
Install the hopper back on to the cartridge. Start with the hopper upside down, slide the tabs in place, and rotate it until it is in place. Install the two screws. See Figures 38 & 39
Clean the contacts on the left end cap. Re-install the conductive grease. Install the end cap making sure the seal tab is inserted through the slot. See Figure 40

FIGURE 37

FIGURE 38

FIGURE 39

FIGURE 40
Install the drum cover. Press the spring tab into the slot in the end cap to set the spring tension. See Figure 41

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FIGURE 41
COMMON CARTRIDGE PROBLEMS
Light print overall: Check to see if the toner save mode is on. (Button is easy to accidentally press as it is on the control panel.) A Dirty or Bad Primary Charge Roller (PCR): located Inside the cartridge, this will show on the test print as vertical gray streaks down the page, as a gray background throughout the page, or as ghosting where part of a previously printed area is repeated. Dirty PCR Connection: This will show as horizontal dark black bars across the page, or as shading throughout the page. Scratched Drum: this is shown by a very thin, perfectly straight line that runs from the top to the bottom of the test page. Chipped Drum: This will show as a dot or series of dots that repeat 3 times per page. Any drum defects will repeat 3 times per page. Light Damaged Drum: This will show up as a shaded area on the test print that should be white. Again this will repeat 3 times per page. Bad Wiper Blade: This will show as either a gray line approximately 1/8" thick or as shading across the entire page. In either case there will be a film of toner on the drum surface.

TEST PRINTING

On the front panel of the printer there is a DEMO button. By pressing this button for different lengths of time, different pages will print. Demo Page: Press and hold this button for about 2 seconds until the control panel lights blink SLOWLY. A demo page that has both text and graphics will print out Configuration Page: Press and hold this button for about 6 seconds until the control panel lights blink RAPIDLY. A configuration page containing most of the printers settings will print out. Printing a Cleaning Page: Press and hold the DEMO button for about 10 seconds until the control panel lights STAY ON. The printer will run through a cleaning process, and print out a blank page. (This usually takes a while.) The process is done at this point; the printed page does not get run through again.

CLEANING THE PRINTER

Not much of the machine is accessible. All that can be done easily is to vacuum the interior and wipe the lens down with a
clean lint free cloth. The lens is located on the bottom of the top cover directly below the cartridge cover.

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COMMON ERROR CODES (LIGHT PATTERNS)
The error light patterns are not very helpful for anything besides a paper jam, but here they are: Paper Jam: Paper LED is on, Error LED is on Cover open/no cartridge: The error LED is on steady Internal system error: All four LEDs blink in sequence, at a high rate of speed. See next error. Engine error: Same as above, all four LEDs blink in sequence, at a high rate of speed. This can be caused by a memory crash, Main board or fuser error!
2003 Summit Laser Products, Inc. Any attempt to reproduce any part of these instructions without the written consent of Summit Laser Products, Inc is prohibited. All registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Contact Summit Laser Products
Toll Free Orders: 800-221-3516 Toll Free Fax: 888-791-9188 International Orders: +1-631-218-8376 International Fax: +1-631-218-3285 Domestic Sales E-mail: sales@summitlaser.com International Sales E-mail: export@summitlaser.com Technical Support: +1-631-218-8376 Technical Support E-Mail: tech@summitlaser.com Mail: Summit Laser Products 95 Orville Drive, Bohemia, New York 11716 - USA Please report any broken links to: webmaster@summitlaser.com
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Technical specifications

Full description

The Samsung laser printer ML-6060/6060N/6060S series makes your workflow speedier and save your valuable time in document printing with powerful 12-ppm engine and controller. It also contains the most advanced PCL R6 emulation and strongest 66-MHZ RISC processor. With robust and fast Samsung network solution of PortThru RNIC card and SyncThru network management software, ML-6060/6060N offers full compatibilities for the various network environments through easy and fast printing. Also maximum 1,200 sheet input capacity provides users with flexible paper handling and convenience. Moreover, just several clicks are enough to install and print complicated files.

General
Printer TypePersonal printer - laser - monochrome
Form FactorDesktop
Width14.2 in
Depth16.1 in
Height11.4 in
Weight23.1 lbs
Enclosure ColorWhite
Printer
Print SpeedUp to 12 ppm - B/W
Connectivity TechnologyWired
InterfaceParallel, USB
Max Resolution ( B&W )1200 dpi x 1200 dpi
PostScript SupportIncluded
Language SimulationPostScript 3, PCL 6
Fonts Included45 x scalable 1 x bitmapped
Processor
Processor66 MHz
RAM
RAM Installed ( Max )4 MB / 68 MB (max)
Media Handling
Media Path TypeCurved, straight
Media TypeEnvelopes, transparencies, plain paper
Max Media Size (Custom)8.5 in x 14 in
Media SizesLetter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in), Legal (8.5 in x 14 in), Executive (7.25 in x 10.5 in), A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in), B5 (6.93 in x 9.83 in), A6 (4.13 in x 5.83 in)
Total Media Capacity650 sheets
Media Feeder(s)1 x autoload - 550 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) 1 x autoload - 100 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in)
Duty Cycle
Cartridge / Printhead Duty Cycle6000 pages
Cartridge / Printhead Included Qty1
Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Slots Total (Free)1 ( 1 ) x memory
Connections1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 36 pin Centronics 1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type B
Power
Power DevicePower supply - integrated
Voltage RequiredAC 120/230 V ± 10%
Frequency Required50/60 Hz
Power Consumption Operational300 Watt
Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep30 Watt
Compliant StandardsEPA Energy Star
Software / System Requirements
Software IncludedDrivers & Utilities
OS RequiredMicrosoft DOS, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Microsoft Windows 3.x/95/98
Environmental Parameters
Sound Emission48 dB
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandSamsung
Part NumbersML-6060, ML-6060/XAR
GTIN00635753620627

 

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