Print, Copy, Fax, Scan and Network with the Canon imageCLASS® D1150 Black & White Laser Multifunction Copier.
The imageCLASS D1150 - a step up from the D1120 base model - provides robust copier features in an easy-to-use, compact package and adds the ability to transmit documents with the Super G3 Fax.
In today's office environment, keeping your costs low is essential for a successful business. The 50-sheet Duplex Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) will allow you to copy or color scan from one or two-sided originals and produce two-sided output with ease, cutting your paper usage as much as half. The intelligent Energy Saver Mode reduces your power consumption to approximately three watts of energy and the product meets Energy Star guidelines helping you save money on energy costs.
Incorporating user-friendly business tools with productivity enhancing features gives you added flexibility. Designed for ease-of-use, the D1150 provides access to the control panel, consumable, and paper tray from the front of the machine. There is no need to reach around to locate your prints or to change the consumable. The smart paper handling of the D1150 lets you fit up to 1,050 sheets (including the optional 500-sheet cassette) of all different sizes and types, up to legal size.
Fax and receive documents with speed and ease. Documents will transmit with Super G3 (33.6 Kbps) modem speed, which keeps phone line costs down. Send or receive two-sided documents from the fax to lower your paper usage.
The D1150 also incorporates the Canon Single Cartridge System, which combines the toner and drum in one easy-to-replace unit, resulting in excellent image quality retention and eliminating the complication and warehousing of separate toner and drum consumables.
The Canon imageCLASS D1150 provides convenient multifunction features that consolidate all of your office machines into one durable, fast and energy-efficient networkable copier.
good printer poor Canon support
I've had the D1150 for nearly two years now. It is well built and rarely jams. Canon does a poor job of supporting new OS releases--especially Mac OSX. And Canon has never released a firmware upgrade for the D1150. It badly needs a firmware upgrade to improve envelope printing and network setup.
September 25, 2012
No network scanning = FAIL
Bought this copier to use in our small business. We really were most concerned with copying and liked the 2-sided function. The description says it has networking capabilities, faxing and scanning. Too bad it doesn't say it can't network scan...only usb. That really doesn't work in any multi-computer set up. We would not have gotten this machine knowing that. It feels like we have been cheated. We researched quite a bit and NOWHERE did we read you can't network scan. On the plus side, it does copy well and is reasonably fast and quiet.
June 6, 2012
Major Issues Printing Envelopes
For 2 years I have been unable to print non-standard sized envelopes with this printer. I see others have the same issue with this printer. Probably a good idea to have a 2nd printer dedicated to envelop printing. This one works well for standard duplex printing.
December 13, 2011
second canon copier, good value
When the printer works, its great. But it gives a person a hard time printing labels or envelope. The machine beeps and asks you to stick an envelope in, choose the non-existent envelope setting, and refuses to print it, same issue with labels. I can choose foolscap paper but not an envelope in the settings, believe it or not. Sadly, I have to resort to a $25 ink jet printer that does a better job for envelopes. Canon needs to take out the complexity and print an envelope when the computer orders it to. Other than that, it works fine, great print quality and fortunately scans with a single touch of a button. Copies great.
July 31, 2011