What's In The Box
HP DesignJet T830 24in MFP, printhead, ink cartridges, printer stand, spindle, quick reference guide, setup poster, power cord, refeed preventers
Software Included: HP Click printing software, HP Designet Utility for Mac and Windows
Shipping Dimensions (w x d x h) & Weight:
1310 x 570 x 645mm & 70kg
The key points about the Designjet T830 MFP are:
- A professional CAD / general purpose large format printer/scanner (MFP)
- Scan/copy resolution: 600 dpi
- 25 sec/page on A1 (or 82 A1 prints per hour)
- Roll feed (11 to 24 inches), Sheet feed (upto 24 inches/A1)
- Four inks with ink cartridges varying in size from 40ml, 69ml, 130ml and 300ml
- Up to 2400 dpi x 1200 optimised DPI
- Ability to print upto A1/24" size
- Single printhead, long life, user replaceable
- 1 GB memory
- 1 year warranty
This printer will meet 3 key objectives for busy CAD/GIS teams as follows:
FLEXIBLE - This printer/scanner will produce professional CAD drawings and general purpose prints with line accuracy +/- 0.1% offering crisp sharp lines and good quality images and will scan upto 109 inches long. This machine is robust and compact - and for the building industry or education sector offers a previously unknown robustness via a casing to protect the printer either during shipping or in situ where the printer is being operated in a hostile environment (the protective casing can stay on the printer while it's printing). It also offers a choice of between 40ml to 300ml HP ink cartridges to fit your particular print volumes.
EASY TO USE/COST EFFECTIVE - Cut waste by 50% - print at half scale with automatic sheet feeder/tray; use the front panel like a smartphone and easily swipe through the intuitive user interface on the touchscreen. Print from virtually anywhere using Wi-Fi connectivity and avoid paying for large ink cartridges where print volumes are low (or conversely increase ink cartridge size where print volumes are high to avoid user downtime).
MOBILE - Easily print from a smartphone or tablet; or alternatively attach your document to an email and send it directly to your printer via ePrint - you have the ability to work 'on the go'!