Imaging Equipment Type

Single purpose or multi-purpose system.

Data Type: 
Constrained List
Unit of Measure: 
Commercial, Residential, Multifamily
List Options Option Definitionsort descending Unit of Measure
Fax machine A fax, or facsimile, machine whose primary functions are (1) to scan paper originals for electronic transmission to remote units, and (2) to receive electronic transmissions for conversion to paper output. A fax machine may also be capable of producing paper duplicates. Electronic transmission is primarily over a public telephone system, but may also be via a computer network or the Internet. None
Multi function device A Multi-Function Device (MFD) product that performs two or more of the core functions of a Printer, Scanner, Copier, or Fax Machine. An MFD may have a physically integrated form factor, or it may consist of a combination of functionally integrated components. MFD copy functionality is considered to be distinct from single-sheet convenience copying functionality sometimes offered by fax machines. This definition includes products such as MFDs, and Òmulti-function productsÓ (MFPs). None
Digital duplicator A product sold as a fully-automated duplicator system through the method of stencil duplicating with digital reproduction functionality. None
Scanner Converts paper originals into electronic images that can be stored, edited, converted, or transmitted, primarily in a personal computing environment. None
Printer Generates paper output from electronic input. A printer is capable of receiving information from single-user or networked computers, or other input devices (e.g., digital cameras). None
None None None
Not applicable Not applicable None
Other Other None
Mailing machine Prints postage on mail pieces. None
Copier Produces paper duplicates from paper originals. Includes upgradeable digital copiers (UDCs). None
Unknown Unknown None
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