- Press MENU on the touch screen.
- Press the Up or Down Arrow key to display Machine Info.
- Press Machine Info. The serial number is displayed on the LCD.
- Press Stop/Exit key on the control panel.
- 1 What is the difference between MFC and DCP?
- 2 What does MFC mean in printers?
- 3 What is HL Brother printer?
- 4 What is Brother HL?
- 5 What are the different types of printers?
- 6 How many types of printers are there?
- 7 Where do I find my printer model number?
- 8 What is the difference between DN and DW in printers?
- 9 What is the difference between CDW and FDW printers?
- 10 What is a monochrome printer?
- 11 Is a Brother printer a laser printer?
What is the difference between MFC and DCP?
The Brother DCP printers, just like all the MFC, are all all-in-one printers. The difference with the MFC series is that the DCP printers are suitable for intensive use. You can use a DCP printer at home or at the office, because Brother also has models which are compact and more suitable for home use.
What does MFC mean in printers?
Multifunction devices usually have MFP (Multifunction Printer) or MFC ( Multifunction Centre ) ahead of their model numbers.
What is HL Brother printer?
(For example, with the Brother HL-3170CDW “HL” is the printer’s family group and “CDW” tells you what features the printer boasts.)
What is Brother HL?
The compact Brother HL-L2350DW laser printer is a great choice for the busy home or small office. It delivers class leading print speeds of up to 32 pages per minute‡ and automatic duplex (two-sided) printing for increased efficiency. Comes with a 1-year limited warranty and free support for the life of your printer.
What are the different types of printers?
Types of Printers
- Laser Printers.
- Solid Ink Printers.
- LED Printers.
- Business Inkjet Printers.
- Home Inkjet Printers.
- Multifunction Printers.
- Dot Matrix Printers.
- 3D Printers.
How many types of printers are there?
Different Types Of Printers However, there are six types of printers that are tried and tested: inkjet printers, laser printers, solid ink printers, continuous ink printers, LED printers, dot matrix printers and A3 printers.
Where do I find my printer model number?
The easiest way to find your printer model is by looking at the front of your printer. Depending on what printer you own, the model name could be on the corners or the center of the front-facing cover. If it is on the front of the machine, it is usually close to the control panel.
What is the difference between DN and DW in printers?
dw = duplex & wireless, dn = duplex & network, nw = network & wireless. Where duplex means the printer will automatically print on both sides of the paper without having to re-insert a paper to print on the back. Network means printer will work on a wired network. Wireless means the printer works on wifi.
What is the difference between CDW and FDW printers?
The difference is that the printer with the ‘f’ also faxes where the one that only says ‘c’ does not have the option to fax. Both printers take the same toner cartridges.
What is a monochrome printer?
A lot of people are confused by the term ‘mono’, but all it means is that a printer prints solely in monochrome – AKA: black and white. It’s that simple. Mono printers and multifunction devices are usually cheaper to run, too. You can pick up good quality black ink sometimes for a fraction of the price of colour.
Is a Brother printer a laser printer?
The Brother HL-L2340DW is a fast, reliable monochrome laser printer designed squarely with the Small Office and Home Office (SOHO) user in mind.