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Product Specifications for HP FAX-900 and HP FAX-950

MODEL NUMBERS

HP FAX-900 (includes Print Cartridge, Document, OUT Tray, Document IN Tray, Paper Supply Tray, Telephone Line Cord, and User's Guide)
C3510A
HP FAX-950 (includes Print Cartridge, Document OUT Tray, Document IN Tray, Handset, Paper Supply Tray, Handset Cable, Telephone Line Cord, and User's Guide)
C3520A
NOTE: These products are available only in the U.S.

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SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION

On the backside of the fax machine.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The HP FAX-900 is a standalone plain-paper inkjet facsimile (fax) machine. It is Consultative Committee for International Telegraphy and Telephony (CCITT) Group 3-Error Correction Mode (ECM) compatible.

Designed to fit on a desktop, the fax machine weighs 8.6 kg (19 lb.). The HP FAX-900 is a full-featured business fax machine with speed dialing for 50 stations, consisting of 34 speed-dialing and 16 one-touch numbers. The HP FAX-900 uses cut sheet plain paper and thermal inkjet cartridges. It includes 250 KB of memory for broadcasting, delayed transmission, and memory reception of up to 12 pages. The HP FAX-900 has both telephone/facsimile switching and a telephone answering machine interface with distinctive ring. It also acts as a convenience copier. Other features include polling, auto-redial, semi-dual access, and transmission confirmation through printed reports or the front panel.

The HP FAX-950 is a standalone plain paper Inkjet facsimile (fax) machine. It is CCITT Group-3 ECM compatible. Designed to fit on a desktop, the fax machine weighs 8.6 kg (19 lb.). The HP FAX-950 is a full-featured business fax machine with speed dialing for 100 stations, consisting of 72 speed-dialing numbers, 24 one-touch numbers, and 4 program keys. The HP FAX-950 uses cut sheet plain paper and thermal inkjet cartridges. It includes 512 KB of memory (expandable up to 2.5 MB) for broadcasting, delayed transmission, and memory reception of up to 28 pages. The HP FAX-950 has telephone/facsimile switching, a telephone answering machine interface with distinctive ring, and a handset. It also acts as a convenience copier.

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PRODUCT FEATURES

CAPABILITY
900
950
Shares a single line with Telephone and TAM (Telephone Answering Machine). Distinguishes between voice calls and fax calls.
Yes
Yes
One-touch dialing. Control-panel buttons programmed with telephone numbers for faster dialing.
Yes
Yes
Speed (auto dialing). A two-digit number represents a telephone number.
Yes
Yes
Program keys. Used to perform deferred transmission and polling, as group dialing or as extra one-touch keys.
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Yes
Fax parameters (settings). Settings that allow the user or service person to customize the fax for specific needs.
Yes
Yes
Halftone scanning (photograph mode). The ability to interpret shades of gray into dot patterns to produce an appearance of gray in an image. This feature improves the image quality of photographs.
Yes
Yes
Error correction mode. Detects errors that occur during the transmission of a document and automatically requests retransmission of the erroneous portion.
Yes
Yes
Automatic journals. A facsimile can be set to print a summary sheet of each transmission or polling operation, or a summary sheet of the last 32 transactions.
Yes
Yes
Polled. Ability to have a document in memory for another station to retrieve.
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Yes
Polling. Ability to call other stations to retrieve information.
Yes
Yes
CAPABILITY
900
950
Passwords. Private codes selected by the user to prevent information being sent to the wrong station or unauthorized access by people and other faxes.
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Yes
Deferred communication. Ability to delay transmission to another station.
Yes
Yes
Relayed transmission. Sending documents to relay stations to be forwarded to receiving end stations. The HP FAX-950 can send to a relay station, but cannot be used as a relay station.
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Yes
Confidential mailboxes. Allows documents received into memory to be retrieved only by a user entering a password. The HP FAX-950 has a maximum of 7 confidential mailboxes.
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Yes
Automatic and fixed reduction. Print reduction modes that fit an incoming document onto a given paper size.
Yes
Yes
Automatic and manual dialing. Automatically redials if the line is busy or if there is no answer; retains the last number dialed for easier reuse.
Yes
Yes
Memory transmission. Stores documents in memory for transmission.
Yes
Yes
Memory reception. Stores received documents in memory before printing if the fax machine is out of ink or paper.
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Yes

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FAX SPECIFICATIONS

Coding Schemes
Modified Huffman (MH), Modified Read (MR), Modified Modified Read (MMR)
Compatibility
CCITT Group 3
Distinctive Ring Detect
Yes
Dialing Memory Capacity
HP FAX-900: 50 stations (16 one-touch and 34 speed-dial numbers)
HP FAX-950: 100 stations (24 one-touch numbers, 72 speed-dial numbers, and 4 program keys)
Image Memory Capacity
HP FAX-900: 12 pages (CCITT Chart No. 1, 256 KB internal memory)
HP FAX-950: 28 pages (CCITT Chart No. 1, 512 KB internal memory)
Modem
Group 3: V.29, V.27 ter with fallback function and V.21 channel No. 2
Modem Speed
9600, 7200, 4800, and 2400 bits per second
Transmission Speed
12 seconds per page (CCITT Chart No. 1, memory to memory, Standard resolution)

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SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS

Scanning Method
Solid state charge-coupled device
Document Size
Minimum width: 5.83 in (148 mm)
Minimum length: 5.04 in (128 mm)
Maximum width: 8.5 in (216 mm)
Maximum length: 14 in (356 mm)
Document Thickness
0.0024 - 0.0059 in (0.006 - 0.15 mm)
Effective Scanning Width
8.35 in (212 mm)
Resolution (Standard)
203 x 98 dpi (8 x 3.85 dots/mm)
Resolution (Fine)
203 x 196 dpi (8 x 7.7 dots/mm)
Resolution (Maximum)
HP FAX-900: 203 dots per inch (dpi) sending, 300 dpi receiving
HP FAX-950: 300 dpi sending, 300 dpi receiving
ADF Capacity (automatic document feeder)
30 pages (20-lb paper)
Halftone
64 levels
Reduction Ratio (Fixed)
70% - 100% in 1% increments
Reduction Ratio (Automatic)
Automatically reduces to fit on a page

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MEDIA SPECIFICATIONS

PAPER SPECIFICATIONS

The HP FAX-900 and HP FAX-950 work with ordinary bond and photocopy papers. Paper properties are subject to change by paper manufacturers, and Hewlett-Packard has no control over such changes. For optimum print quality, test paper (printing on both sides) for suitability, before you purchase large quantities.

Colored bond and photocopy paper (such as pink, yellow, or blue) can be used, as long as it meets the specifications in the following table.

Paper Size
U.S. letter (8.5 x 11 in, 216 x 279 mm)
U.S. legal (8.5 x 14 in, 216 x 356 mm)
A4 metric (8.27 x 11.7 in, 210 x 297 mm)
Paper Type
Cut sheet
Cut Edge Conditions
Sharp blade cut, with no visible fray
Finishing Dimensions
Plus/minus 0.0313 in of nominal, corners 90 degrees plus/minus 0.20 degrees
Paper Grain
Long grain
Moisture Content
4% - 6% by weight
Opacity
84% minimum
Packaging
Polylaminated moisture-proof ream wrap
Paper Weight
16 - 24 lb (60 - 90 g/m2)
Wax Pick
2-in minimum (Dennison)

MEDIA PRINT AREA

Left and Right Margins
Letter: 0.24 in (6 mm)
Legal: 0.24 in (6 mm)
A4: 0.12 in (3 mm)
Top Margin
0.06 in (1.5 mm)
Bottom Margin
Default: 0.47 in (12 mm)
Physical minimum: 0.15 in (3.9 mm)
Printable Area
Letter: 8.03 x 10.48 in (203.7 x 265.9 mm)
Legal: 8.01 x 13.48 in (203.2 x 342.1 mm)
A4: 8.26 x 11.17 in (209.7 x 283.5 mm)

PAPER HANDLING

Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
30-page capacity
Paper Tray
100-page capacity

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PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Width
FAX-900: 15.8 in (401 mm)
FAX-950: 18.8 in (478 mm)
Depth
FAX-900: 23.5 in (597 mm)
FAX-950: 23.5 in (597 mm)
Height
FAX-900: 10.5 in (267 mm)
FAX-950: 10.5 in (267 mm)
Net Weight
FAX-900: 19 lb (8.6 kg)
FAX-950: 19 lb (8.6 kg)

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Voltage
108 - 132 Vac or 200 - 240 Vac (depending on country version)
Current (maximum)
0.6 A (600 mA)
Frequency
47 - 63 Hz
Power Consumption (approx.)
11 W at standby 40 W maximum
Configuration Battery Backup
Maintains dialing and configuration memory for at least 10 days. Requires 2 days of power on to fully charge the battery.

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ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS

Temperature (operating - electronics)
41 - 95 degrees Fahrenheit (5 - 35 degrees Celsius)
Temperature (operating - optimum)
59 - 95 degrees Fahrenheit (15 - 35 degrees Celsius)
Temperature (non-operating)
-22 - 140 degrees Fahrenheit (-30 - 60 degrees Celsius)
Humidity (operating)
20% - 70% Relative Humidity (RH)
Humidity (operating - optimum)
20% - 80% RH
Humidity (non-operating)
5% - 80% RH
Acoustics (approximate in all operating modes)
50 dBA

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WARRANTY

One year limited warranty.

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