Does your Canon i-SENSYS LBP212dw no longer meet the needs of your workgroup? Have you considered upgrading with original Canon accessories? Whether you want to deal with productivity issues or increase capacity for printing complex documents, accessories are a cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to bring your printer back up to speed.
The Canon i-SENSYS LBP212dw is the entry-level model in the i-SENSYS LBP210 printer range. Packed with features you wouldn't expect at this price point, this capable compact printer delivers professional-quality print, fast. This printer comes with a 250-sheet paper tray and a 100-sheet multipurpose tray as standard. This configuration allows you to deal with paper sizes from A4 to A6 plus a range of media including postcards, labels and envelopes.
But what happens when your workgroup expands and there are more demands made on your printer than ever? If you love the features and functionality of your printer and want to continue using it, original OEM accessories allow you to upgrade functionality with ease.
The Canon 550 Sheet Cassette Feeding Module AH1 snaps quickly and securely into place using the locating pins. With a maximum paper input of 900 sheets, you can print nearly two reams of paper at any time. If running out of paper halfway through a print run is a particular bugbear, then this genuine Canon accessory will allow you to print for longer with fewer interruptions for optimised productivity.
Genuine Canon products
At Printerland, we only supply genuine OEM accessories for a range of printers. We understand that when you take the upgrade route you need products you can rely on, which offer performance, quality and 100% compatibility.
Completely safe for office use and guaranteed to integrate seamlessly with your Canon printer, our authentic accessories will ensure a long and productive life for your printer.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.