Kyocera FS-C8025MFP A3 Colour Multifunction Laser Printer



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  • Print/Scan/Copy
  • Up to 25ppm Colour Print
  • Up to 25ppm Mono Print
  • USB & Network
  • Automatic Double Sided Printing
  • 600 x 600 dpi Print
  • 600 x 600 dpi Print
  • PCL 6 (5c/XL), KPDL 3 (PostScript 3 compatible), PDF Direct Print, XPS Direct Print
  • 500 Sheet Input Tray
  • 50 Sheet Mulit-purposeTray
  • PowerPC 464 / 800MHz Processor
  • 1024MB (2048MB) RAM
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Kyocera FS-C8025MFP
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Detailed Specification


Speed Colour Up to 25ppm Colour Print
Speed Monochrome Up to 25ppm Mono Print
Product Group Output A3
Double Sided Printing Automatic Double Sided Printing
Printer Standard Resolution 600 x 600 dpi Print
Printer Resolution 600 x 600 dpi Print
Double Sided Printing (Duplex) Unit Yes , Standard
Print First Page 10 Seconds
Warm Up Time 45 Seconds


Scanner Speed 40ipm scan
Scan Facility Present Yes
Scanner Features Integrated address book, Active Directory support, encrypted data transfer, multi send (e-mail, fax, SMB/FTP folder, print) at once


Copier Reduce/Enlarge 25–400% in 1% steps Copy
Copier Functions Scan-once-copy-many, electronic sort, 2in1, 4in1, job reserve, priority print, program, auto duplex copy, split copy, continuous scan, auto cassette change (PF-470 or PF-471 is required), copy density control, Prevent Bleed-Through
Copy Facility Present Yes


Fax Facility Present Optional


Interface Type(s) USB & Network
Network Ready Yes
USB Port Yes
USB Ports 1 x USB 2.0

System Specification

Processor PowerPC 464 / 800MHz Processor
Memory (Maximum) 1024MB (2048MB) RAM
Data Compression Protocol MMR /JPEG


Operating Systems Supported Windows & Mac Compatible

Media Handling

Paper Handling Input 1 500 Sheet Input Tray
Paper Handling Input 2 50 Sheet Mulit-purposeTray
Paper Handling Input 3 50 Sheet RADF
Additional Paper Tray Optional
Automatic Document Feeder 50 Sheet RADF
Maximum Copies 1 to 999
Maximum Paper Size A3
Paper Handling Output 280 Sheets
Paper Size A3, A4, A5, A6, B5, Letter, Legal, Folio, envelopes, Custom
Paper Weight 52 to 256g/m2
Scanner Document Size A3

Barcodes & Labels

Barcode 0632983018842

Duty Cycle

Monthly Duty Cycle 100k Pages Per Month


Mono or Colour Printer Colour
Multifunction Summary Print/Scan/Copy
Technology Multifunction Laser Printer
Dimensions 590mm (W) x 590mm (D) x 748mm (H) - Weight 80kg
Noise Level 49dbA
Power Consumption 607W (Max) / 139W (Standby)
Power Cord Country Specific
Product Summary Kyocera FS-C8025MFP A3 Colour Multifunction Laser Printer
Product Type A3 Laser Printer
Voltage/ Power/ Frequency 220 to 240VAC / 50 to 60Hz


Emulations PCL 6 (5c/XL), KPDL 3 (PostScript 3 compatible), PDF Direct Print, XPS Direct Print
Font Capabilities 93 outline fonts (PCL 6, KPDL3) + 8 (Windows Vista), 1 Bitmap font, 45 types of one-dimensional barcodes, 1 type of two-dimensional barcode (PDF417)

In the Box

In The Box Printer, AC Cable (UK), CD/DVD (including Software/ Utilities/ Drivers and User Manuals), Setup Guide, Starter Toners CMY = 1500 pages Black = 3000 pages

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Customer Reviews Print.IT Award
Kyocera ECOSYS A3 MFP Range wins Editor’s Choice Award

A lower entry point for A3 colour MFPs gives more choice to small businesses and departments with low print volumes and small budgets.

The trend in MFP sales is all in one direction. According to IDC, the ratio of A4 to A3 MFP sales went from 60:40 in 2004 to 76:24 last year. By 2012, the research company predicts, the ratio will be 80:20. Some might be surprised that expensive A3 MFPs can still command almost one quarter of the market: after all, the number of A3 pages produced is comparatively small – 2-5% according to most estimates – and network printing allows you to centralise A3 devices and have A4 machines locally, reducing the need for an A3 MFP on every floor. In their favour, and aside from the fact that A3 devices are designed for high volumes of A4 output too, office workers still have a need to print large format documents, especially in colour.
As Brother’s success with its entry-level inkjet models shows, office workers value the ability to print in A3: what they aren’t so happy about is the high cost of existing tonerbased A3 devices. In response, a growing number of vendors, among them Lexmark and Kyocera Mita, have introduced simplified A3 devices, with slower print speeds, lower monthly print volumes and a correspondingly low purchase price – typically around 33% less than a fully fledged A3 MFP.

Kyocera Mita is an interesting case because it has a foot in both camps, being both a traditional copier MFP supplier and a printer manufacturer. Its new range of ECOSYS A3 MFPs sits between its A3 ECOSYS printers and its TASKalfa MFPs, providing customers with an affordable A3 solution that could impact both markets. In fact, Kyocera Mita product manager Jonathan Robbins is confident that these represent a completely new category and will have no impact on sales of TASKalfa MFPs. Instead, he believes that Smart MFPs will appeal to smaller organisations or departments that don’t have the print volumes or budget to warrant a fully fledged TASKalfa MFP, as well as to customers upgrading from an A3 printer to an MFP. According to Robbins, the reason for choosing a Smart MFP over a TASKalfa is all about affordability and  convenience: “The initial purchase price of a Smart MFP is about one third less than TASKalfa MFPs, but running costs are more. These are low monthly duty cycle machines (2,500-3,000 pages a month), but if you compared a TASKalfa 250 against the FS-8020MFP, the 8020 would be more economical if printing up to 4,000 pages a month. With mono devices the break even point is up to 14,000 pages,” he said. The trade off is a reduction in print speed, throughput and functionality, as Smart MFPs have no hard disk drive and don’t support Kyocera’s HyPAS platform for integrating MFPs with third party print and enterprise applications (though Kyocera’s own secure print and card-based authentication systems are supported).
The greater simplicity of the devices extends to servicing and support requirements: replacing the maintenance kit, which must be done every 200,000 pages on the colour machines and every 300,000 pages on the mono one takes an engineer 10-15 minutes compared to an hour on TASKalfa devices. The user interface is simpler, too. “The colour touch-screen front panel has a wizard so if you are scanning you press the scan button and it asks where you want to scan to; then in what format; and at what resolution. One screen leads to another: it’s much easier for an end user. And the front panel can be configured for individual users with their own selection of functions. Up to 20 users can have their own default screens,” explained Robbins. Combining the core functionality of an A3 MFP with the configuration and price point of an A4 MFP, Smart MFPs are a welcome option at a time when businesses must watch their pennies, while continuing to project a professional image.

All print speeds, running cost calculations and consumable life cycles are MANUFACTURER ESTIMATES based on 5% per page coverage. Images are used for illustration purposes only

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Running Costs

-All consumable life cycles are manufacturer estimates based on 5% per page coverage

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