Single purpose or multi-purpose system.
Imaging Equipment Type
|List Options||Option Definition||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|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
|Mailing machine||Prints postage on mail pieces.||None|
|Copier||Produces paper duplicates from paper originals. Includes upgradeable digital copiers (UDCs).||None|
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