Dimensions W x D x H:
417 x 412 x 437 mm
5 Line LCD Display
Double Sided Print Size:
PCL 6 (PCL 5e/PCL-XL), PostScript 3 (KPDL 3),PDF Direct Print, XPS/OpenXPS
First Page Out (Seconds):
Max Paper Size:
Max Paper Weight:
Pages Per Min Mono:
Paper Handling Output:
1200 x 1200
AirPrint,Google Cloud Print,Mobile
600 x 600
With a print speed of 40 pages per minute, short first print and first copy times and professional scanning features, including simultaneous scanning of both document sides, they will surely help boost the productivity in their respective workgroups. Their low TCO makes them a very affordable and reasonable choice. Toner and paper capacity are equally impressive too, with up to 7,200 pages from one toner cartridge and up to 850 pages with two optional paper feeders. And as is to be expected from any KYOCERA device, they are extremely reliable, meaning you can stay productive as long as you need to.
Dimensions: 417mm x 412mm x 437mm - 19kg
Warranty: 2-year on-site next day warranty as standard. KYOCERA guarantees the drum and developer for 3 years or maximum 100,000 pages (whichever occurs sooner), provided the printer is used and cleaned in accordance with the service instructions.
- Kyocera M2540dn Mono Printer
- AC Cable (UK)
- CD / DVD (including Software/ Utilities/ Drivers and User Manuals)
- Setup Guide
- Starter Toner: 3,600 Pages*
Customer Questions & Answers
Q: Will this printer come with a USB cable?
Question by: Rafael on 19 Jan 2018 10:11:00
Q: Will this machine scan to email?
Question by: Liam on 21 Jan 2018 10:43:00
A: Hi Liam, thanks for getting in touch.
Yes, the M2540dn is able to scan to email, USB and network. Check out full connectivity information here - https://www.printerbase.co.uk/media/pdf/kyocera-m2040dn.pdf
I hope this helps
The Printerbase Team
Answer by: Simon Green (Admin) on 21 Jan 2018 15:43:00
Q: How many pages will this machine scan at once?
Question by: Chad on 8 Jan 2018 16:41:00
A: Hi there,
The Kyocera ECOSYS M2540dn is able to scan up to 50 sheets at once from the document feeder.
The Printerbase Team
Answer by: Danial McKenna (Admin) on 8 Jan 2018 17:27:00