Speed * Up to 45 ppm in Letter;
Duplex Printing Speed: Up to 42 ipm in Letter
Resolution Up to 1,200x1,200dpi Effective Output
First Print Out Time 8 seconds (from Standby mode)
Emulation PCL6, PostScript 3
Memory 256MB (Shared)
Duplex Print Standard
Copy Speed ** Up to 45 cpm in Letter
Resolution (Optical) Scan: up to 600 x 300 (text, text/photo) up to 600 x 600 (photo using platen) up to 600 x 300 (photo using DADF) Print: up to 600 x 600 (text, text/photo, photo)
Resolution (Enhanced) -
First Copy Out Time Less than 5 seconds
Zoom Rate 25~400% (platen), 25~200% (ADF)
Multy Copy 1~999
Duplex Copy Standard (1:2, 2:2, 2:1)
Scan Compatibility Twain standard, WIA standard
Method Color CCD
Resolution(Optical) 600 x 600 dpi
Resolution(Enhanced) Max. 4,800 x 4,800 dpi
Scan to Email, FTP, SMB, Client
Effective Scan Length Platen : 348mm, DADF :348mm
Effective Scan Width Max 208mm(8.2")
Color Bit depth Internal : 36 bit, External : 24 bit
B/W Bit depth 1 bit for Text mode, 8 bit for Gray mode
Gray Scale 256 Levels
FAX Compatibility ITU-T G3, Super G3
Applicable line PSTN/PABX
Modem Speed 33.6 Kbps
Transmission Speed *** Approx. 3 seconds per page
Compression Mode MH/MR/MMR/JBIG/JPEG
Scan Speed **** Platen : Approx. 2 sec ADF : Approx. 5.5 sec
Resolution Standard : 203 X 98dpi Fine : 203 X 196dpi Super Fine : 203 X 391dpi, 300 X 300dpi, 406 X 392dpi
Memory 16 MB
Auto Dial Speed dial : 200 Locations
Paper Handling Input Capacity and Types Main Tray : Up to 520sheets (75g/§³) MP Tray : 100sheets
Output Capacity and Types 500-sheet Face Down (75 g/§³, 20 lbs)
Media Size (for Print) Letter, Legal, Oficio, Folio, A4, JIS B5, ISO B5, Executive, A5, Statement, A6, PostCard 4x6, Envelope B5, Envelope Monarch, Envelope COM-10, Envelope DL, Envelope C5, Envelope C6, Custom
Media Size (for Fax and Copy) for Fax : Letter, A4, Legal
Media type Plain Paper, Thin Paper, Bond, Punched, Pre-Printed, Recycled, Envelope, Transparency, Label, CardStock, Letterhead,Thick,Cotton,Colored,Archive
ADF Capacity DADF 50 sheets ( 20lb, 80 g/§³, 0.1mm)
ADF Document Size Width: 174 ~ 218mm (6.9"~8.5") Length : 128 ~ 356mm (5" ~ 14.0") for Single page scan 128 ~ 400mm (5" ~ 15.7") for Multi pages scan
General Net Dimension (W x D x H) 637.4 X 489 X 616 mm
Packing Dimension (W x D x H) 822 X 600 X 713 mm
Weight with Consumables 44.5kg
Packing Weight 51kg
LCD 1/2 VGA (640x240)
System Memory 256MB
Interface Hi-Speed USB 2.0, Ethernet 10/100 base TX
OS Compatibility ***** Windows 98/Me/2000/XP(32/64bit)/2003 Server(32/64bit)/Vista, Various Linux OS including Red Hat 8~9, Fedora Core 1~4, Mandrake 9.2~10.1 and SuSE 8.2~9.2 Mac OS 10.3~10.4
Warm-up Time Less than 35 sec from sleep mode
Noise Level ****** Operating : 60 dBA @ simplex printing 62 dBA @ simplex copy Standby : 43 dBA
Power Requirement AC 110~127V (-10%~6%) / 6A AC 220-240V(-10%-6%) / 3A (Not convertible) 50 / 60 Hz
Power Consumption Sleep Mode : 35 W Standby Mode : 170 W Average : 900 W
Operating Conditions Temperature : 10 ~32¡É Humidity : 20 ~ 80%RH
Duty Cycle, monthly Up to 200,000 pages
Consumables Type 2-piece Cartridge
Yield Toner : Average Cartridge Yield 20,000 standard pages. Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752 Drum : 60,000 Pages *******
Code Toner : SCX-D6345A Drum : SCX-R6345A
Options Network Standard
Others 256MB Memory: ML-MEM140 Fax Kit Serial Type: SCX-FAX100 Fax Kit Parallel Type: SCX-FAX101 Finisher: SCX-FIN10S Staple Cartridge: SCX-STP000 Stand Short Type: SCX-DSK10S Stand Tall Type: SCX-DSK10T FDI Kit: SCX-KIT10F Optional 520 sheet CST: SCX-S6345A Maintenance Kit: SCX-V6345A, SCX-V6345B
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Good luck guys...we all knew this had to be coming....wait till we see the colour versions of this kind of product?
Thanx for the info on the Xerox model, and here is the brochure.
If it's good enough for Xerox to relabel its good enough for me to resell!
The SCX6345N retails for $2,995 with network B&W print and Color Scan standard and 4800x4800 dpi On the scanner, 1200x1200 dpi print and 600x600 dpi copy.
Postscript III is standard
Duplex is standard.
100 sheet by-pass
40 GB HDD
20K toner yield and 60K Drum.
CPC excluding toner of $.008
It has the ability to prioritize prints from the PC or when you walk up to the unit
Envelope feeding from the tray.
Legal sized platen and three optional paper trays for a total of 4.
They also have some sort of arrangement with LibertyNet to package a Document Management solution that can do zonal OCR and read bar code instructions.
Think of the possibilities and the page counts that can be captured where accounts are producing 10K per month. You can meet their needs with an 11x17 printer (if needed) and then have the MFP for the rest of the document volume! Heck, what does a C4500 sell for with finishing and paper trays? $21K or more, you can sell the SCX for $6K maxed and then supply them with a c811dn with finisher for $6K, they would then have 45ppm output for all devices, and still be around 12K and beat the socks off the competition.
This is a window of opportunity to "right sell" save them hardware dollars and collect all of the clicks.
Only issue we have as yet is getting the SMB scanning hooked up. Appears to be some setting we can't find and the training material we downloaded doesn't give us the details we need. But we have seen this with other brands the first time we setup a new model so that is not unusual.
Printing is quick, as it should be. Interface is actually quite intuitive...very low training need I would say. A lot less complicated than most. Compared to many other tier 2 and 3 units the interface is really very elegant.
Our unit came with the ability to store documents from the printer for secure print and for reuse. Unit has account codes capability built in. Since I don't have the full specs etc. not sure what is optional or not.
The DF is a recirculating duplex unit and the unit has standard duplex. Slows it down marginally in print, but not a lot. The offset finisher is super easy to install and works ok, although it seems to always offset each page as they are ejected which slows it down a bit vs. a straight out exit. Finisher can be removed very easily by undoing one cable and pushing down a lever and pulling it out of the base. Should make any service issues (or replacement if needed) easy. Toner and Drum units are easy to remove and are definately user replaceable. fuser is mounted to the right side panel and can be removed with a couple of screws. Not really targeted at user replaceability, but an interested IT type could do it easily.
Can't offer any pricing info at this point as my contact at Samsung Canada says they have not set everything up yet.
Certainly I can see where this unit could find a home in a print centric location with need for some copy, fax and scan. It offers most of the goodies that bigger units do, is fast and simple to setup and run. It will be interesting to see what the running costs look like.
It looks good as well. Does present itself as a mikey mouse design like many other lower end products do.
Once I have some numbers I'll add some more info.
Sorry for the confusion
I tried downloading the brochure several times and it was corrupted. I found it here: http://www.laserfaxincstore.com/productimages/338347882...X_6345N_Brochure.pdf
and here is a copy.
The document feeder was fast, along with print and outputr production. Mixed sized originals was there along with all of the standard features that are needed.
We are delivering two today and one next week, we are trying a cpc of .017 per page. I think this is a superb unit went trying to win a deal with a price consious customer. You can sell at list and shut out all of the competition.
Will elaborate more after the installs today!
First it will not receive letter and legal faxes! I over came this by convincing the customer to use fax forward2email, this worked fine, plus they have digital copy of the file.
Second, it seems that no one can get the job accounting feature to work. After talking with Samsung they are admitted that the system needs a firmware update.
Does any1 here get the " No Response From MCB " when doing network scan ?
We'll its been about six months since the Samsung 6345N was introduced and about 4 months or so since it has been on the street. For those of you who do not know the 6345N is a 45ppm MFP that can scan, print copy & fax (optional) all for a retail price of $2,995. The system can take an optional fax module along with a finisher/stapler and upto three additional 550 sheet paper trays.
I have sold six of these units since they came out and have captured about 50,000 pages per month for all of the devices.
Here's what I like about the 6345N:
All in all well built, easy to use and will serve the needs well of illiterate MFP users. Not many bells and whistles, just down and dirty simple fucntionality.
Here goes what I don't like:
For the price there is alot of bang for the buck for the print, and copy speed. Illiterate MFP users will like this machine and it will perform fine up to 10,000 pages per month. Verticle Markets are Realty, Mortgage, Title and Attorneys if they need to receive both letter and legal faxes you need to talk them into faxforward2email, this will work well and eliminate the problem of not being able to receive and print letter and legal at the same time.
We I would not sell this machine, is to advanced MFP users that are used to all of the functionality and ease of use of our current machines, if you do place one of these with advanced users, I guarantee you'll be removing it witin a weeks time!
Bringing me to the final point, I beleive that these types of units from Samsung, HP, Xerox (relabled Samsung) and Muratec (relabled Samsung) are needed and their should be more of them. There is no need for an 11x17 foot print for the verticle markets that I described. Ricoh, and Canon need to step up to plate and give the customers what they need and want. It's said that 77% of all MFP users do not need 11x17.
One other note, for the price these systems allowed me to place units and beat the competition badly. I heard that a few reps stated they did not no anything about the unit, another rep stated that they only make phones. Bottom line was that in a competitive deal this system can capture your TDV each an every time.
If anyone else has anything to add, please do so!
Sorry for the late response, I do not get paid for clicks. I should get paid for clicks. When I rep tries to capture TDV and does he or she should be rewarded. The reward should be the first three months revenue from the per click charge.
Art, what's TDV?
quote:Originally posted by Chuck:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Art Post:
Art, what's TDV?
Total Document Volume
quote:Originally posted by Ryan:
This seems to be a pretty good box but I have seen some problems. First of all if you have the Muratec machine, make sure you don't forget to put the Muratec sticker over the Samsung label!!! LOL One pain in the ass thing is having to tell the machine what size paper is in the tray whenever you refill the tray or load the bypass. I can understand and accept having to set the bypass size but not the main trays!!! Kinda stooooopid if you ask me. Also you can't recieve faxes in 11" and 14". You have to pick one or the other. That really baffles me because you can recieve in both sizes with the 3550 (Sammy 5530), even from the bypass. I guess you can resolve this by fax forwarding to email. But most customers still like to have the real deal in their grimey little hands. You know that old saying about old dogs! The next issue is the one I think alot of my customers are going to complain about. When you try to do a long run of even one document with 14% or more coverage the machine pauses every 11th or 12th copy for 4-5 seconds then starts up again. At first the guys down in Texas at Muratec thought it might be a memory issue but the machine comes with 256mb. We think it's a toner add issue. If you check the toner inlet on the dev unit it is really small. If you copy something with more coverage it seems to pause earlier like on the 8th or 9th copy. I've even seen it pause on the 2nd copy. I'm still waiting for Al at Muratec to get back to me on this one. I faxed him a copy of our Densi test sheet which has 14% coverage and his machine was pausing as well. It's kinda hard to sell a 45/m machine that pauses for 4-5 seconds every 10 copies or so. I don't even see anything in the specs to defend this. Have any of you seen this?
We have a half dozen or so in the field, no complaints here, I did watch a customer send a print job of a 100 page booklet and there was no pause. Is this just happening with copies? If so, it could be a memory issue. The machine that I spoke about had the memory upgrade installed before we put it in the field. That may be the issue. Let me know what you come up with.
Samsung should have released a firmware update at this time for the job accounting feature. This was also a feature that we had problems with.