The performance of our multifunction printers
Tempo is the name of the game – and the multifunctional devices from TA Triumph-Adler deliver. The new generation of MFPs further increases the ppm speed, that is the number of prints per minute. The black-and-white MFP 8057i with 80 ppm and the new 7008ci model, which achieves 70 ppm, are way out in front – regardless of whether colour or black-and-white. The image quality has even been improved. The new toner from TA Triumph-Adler makes black even blacker and provides even more gloss for colour prints.
The TA Triumph-Adler MFPs are also fast when it comes to scanning. Up to 274 image pages per minute can be digitised during high-speed scanning - a top performance! And there will be no shortage of paper: The new models can hold up to 320 sheets in the document feeder. In addition, they detect staples and, via ultrasonic sensor, whether several pages have been accidentally fed in at the same time.
The convenience of our multifunction printers
Users love TA Triumph-Adler's multifunction printers because they are so convenient to use. The new generation of MFPs increases this usability even further. It is easy and intuitive to use: just like on a smartphone, the icons on the display can be clicked and the user interface can be moved in the desired direction with your finger. The displays have been redesigned and adapted to the design of the printer driver, making them even easier to use. By the way, they are also faster: the MFPs from TA Triumph-Adler use a motion sensor to detect whether someone is approaching and start up.
A charming new feature is called Multi-Crop: the function enables up to 16 receipts to be scanned and thus digitised simultaneously and in an orderly fashion. Even if the receipts and sales slips are lying in disorder on the glass plate: Multi-Crop sorts them into a row. This eliminates the tedious work of either scanning the receipts individually or first sticking them on A4 sheets and then scanning them together.
The LEDs on the display and near the output tray have also been improved and cleverly positioned: the LEDs provide information on the system status and flash if there is still a printout, copy or fax in the output tray. This reduces the risk of confidential documents or incoming faxes being forgotten.
Security of our multifunction printers
The office printers of the past have long since become computers with hard drives of up to 1 terabyte. This is why TA Triumph-Adler sets the highest security standards for its MFPs. This includes overwriting all data seven times after use so that it cannot be recovered. TLS v1.3, currently the most frequently used encryption protocol for secure data transmission on the Internet, is also standard.
Secure Boot and Run-Time Integrity Check are an effective protection: These security features constantly check the firmware during start-up as well as during operation. This automatically checks whether authorised firmware is being used. As soon as there are signs of manipulation, the system immediately sends out an alert. All apparent or real system errors are additionally logged via SIEM to be able to trace any manipulations.
Sustainability is also important for MFPs
TA Triumph-Adler's most important contribution to sustainable business is the climate-neutral printing offering for its customers. This involves calculating the CO2 emissions when using the MFPs and converting them into euros - this sum is invested in selected climate protection projects.
It is equally important for TA Triumph-Adler to conserve resources itself. This is shown, for example, in the toner technology used in the new MFP generation. The heating element only needs to be heated up to 120 °C, which is 20 °C less than before. At the same time, the new technology ensures that toner - at a higher output, by the way! - needs to be replaced less often. This also increases the service life of TA Triumph-Adler toner cartridges, which are the longest-lasting cartridges in the industry thanks to their ceramic components.
It is not only due to the new toner technology that the new MFPs consume less energy. Many small adjustments have been made so that the new generation optimises the typical energy consumption (TEC value) downwards by between 6 and 10.5 percent, depending on the model.
The experts at TA Triumph-Adler are constantly working on improving the performance, usability and security of the office printers and MFPs - and they pay attention to sustainability. This applies to all models. This does not always work at the same time: the performance spectrum shown here applies for the time being to all MFPs that are suitable for both DIN A4 and DIN A3. These are the models 2508ci, 3508ci, 4008ci, 5008ci, 6008ci and 7008ci as well as 5058i, 6058i and 7058i.