Kyocera Mita releases security-conscious printers

Kyocera Mita has launched four new A4 monochrome multifunctional printers (MFP) to the Australian and New Zealand markets, with a new private print function for secure printing of confidential documents.

The new models come with optional authentication via proximity cards or pin logins for a secure way to manage the access rights for selected devices.

“The new security features not only give our users peace of mind that their print jobs are private but management can also report on printer usage to better manage their assets,” Kyocera Mita's product manager, Fady Anton, said.

The new products include the FS-1135MFP (35ppm print, copy, scan, fax), FS-1035MFP (35ppm print, copy, scan), FS-1130MFP (30ppm print, copy, scan, fax) and the FS-1030MFP (print, copy, scan).

The new A4 MFP models can reduce power consumption with an integrated sleep mode that can be activated after one minute. They come with Kyocera's ECOSYS durable imaging system technology, which involves long-life components and allow a lower cost per printed page, resulting in a lower total cost of ownership.

In 2011 Kyocera was appointed as an official supplier of both printers and multi-function devices to the Federal Government.

All four models allow customers to copy double-sided ID cards on a single sheet of paper with a dedicated program key.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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