Document management solution specialists,
Lanier Worldwide, has begun shipping their Lanier AP3200 Monochrome Laser Printer that’s designed for use in large workgroup environments.
The dedicated network printer, which is compatible with Mac networks, offers a simplex or duplex mode (printing 32 prints per minute in simplex mode and 25 ppm in duplex mode, a time-to-first-print of five seconds and the ability to print on multiple paper sizes and stocks, according to Dominic Pontrelli, Lanier’s vice president of marketing. The AP3200 also offers a large paper supply to minimize reloading, and it can be accessed over the Internet for remote printing, he said.
“It alerts users over the network when print jobs are finished. Users can monitor the AP3200 over the network,” Pontrelli said. “If there is more than one printer on the network, the AP3200 ensures all print jobs are completed — even if the primary printer is unavailable.”
The “RIP Once, Print Many” feature lets the printer store documents in RAM or on an optional hard drive for one-touch set production. Other features include secure printing, a four-bin mailbox that separates jobs for easy pickup, and sample set printing. Out-of-the-box, the AP3200 comes with ad 10BaseT/100BaseTX Ethernet Network Interface Board that supports protocols such as TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk and NetBEUI. And it offers industry-standard PCL 5e/6 emulations and genuine Adobe PostScript 3.
Complete specs and ordering info can be found at the
AP3200 Web site.