Dimensions W x D x H:
665 x 595 x 654 mm
12.6cm LCD Display
Double Sided Print Size:
Generic PCL Xldriver
First Page Out (Seconds):
Max Paper Size:
Max Paper Weight:
Pages Per Min Colour:
Pages Per Min Mono:
Paper Handling Output:
2400 x 600
AirPrint,Google Cloud Print,Mobile
1200 x 2400
Designed for high volume printing environments, the MFC-L8690CDW includes a 3,000 page black and 1,800 page cyan, magenta and yellow toners, and can take
optional 6,500 page black and 4,000 page cyan, magenta and yellow toners to lower your running costs even further.
Dimensions: 663 x 542 x 654mm Weight: 33.7kg
Compatible Operating Systems: Windows 10® (32 & 64 bit editions) Windows 8® (32 & 64 bit editions) Windows 7® (32 & 64 biteditions) Windows® Server 2016, 2012, 2012R2 &2008R2 Windows® Server 2008 (32 & 64 biteditions) Mac OS v10.10.5, v10.11.x,v10.12
1 Year Manufactures Warranty
- Brother MFC-L8900CDW Printer
- User Guide
- Software CD
- Starter Toners (3,000 Pages Black, 1,800 Pages CMY*)
- Power Cable
Customer Questions & Answers
Q: Our last machine printed in excess of 88,000 sheets in 6 months. Would this machine be able to cope with that volume?
Question by: Lindsay Vine on 17 May 2017 15:05:00
A: Hi Lindsay,
If your printing almost 90,000 pages in 6 months I would recommend you go for a bigger and better machine than the Brother MFC-L8900 to be honest. The Brother MFC-L8900 takes a 9,000 black toner and a 6,500 colour toners, so you will be forever replacing the toners if your printing that amount of pages. I would suggest you give one of our printer experts a call on 0800 170 7234 and we will be able to find a suitable machine for you.
Answer by: Grace Dale (Admin) on 17 May 2017 17:35:00
Q: Is this printer suitable for printing high quality documents?
Question by: Drennan on 23 Apr 2018 10:36:00
A: Hi Drennan,
The Brother MFC-8900CDW has a 2400 x 600dpi print resolution, which means it’s ideal for printing text and small images at a great quality. However, if you are looking to produce high quality glossy images then this wouldn’t be the best option.
I hope this helps
The Printerbase Team
Answer by: Chris Hall (Admin) on 23 Apr 2018 15:37:00