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Ricoh Aficio AP610N

EM-P1-BW

Black and White Printer

Current Status: Available


This printer accepts jobs sent to the following queues:

  • Emmanuel Library B&W Printer

Printing Options

Printing to the "Emmanuel Library B&W Printer" queue supports print jobs with the following attributes:

  • Black and White printing
  • Single-sided (simplex) printing
  • Double-sided (duplex) printing
  • Letter-size paper
  • Legal-size paper

Pricing

Printing costs per impression (per side):

Page SizeBlack and WhiteColour
Letter$0.15not available
A4 (on Letter size)$0.15not available
Legal$0.15not available

Payment requires cash and T-Cards are not accepted.

Jobs can be picked up at the Loan Services Desk.

Wireless Printing Options

This printer supports printing from personal laptop computers.

See the Information Commons Wireless Printing Service (http://printhere.utoronto.ca) for details.

Windows computers

A Pharos Uniprint client can be downloaded and installed using the following package from the Wireless Printing Service website:

  • Emmanuel Library B&W Printer

Apple Mac computers

Manual Printer Configuration Instructions are available at http://printhere.utoronto.ca/macprinting.html.

Linux computers

Manual Printer Configuration Instructions are available at http://printhere.utoronto.ca/linuxPrinting.html.

Mobile/Other Devices

There is no explicit support for Mobile devices or other Operating Systems. Knowledgable users may be able to configure devices with LDP and PostScript support given the details in the Manual Configuration Instructions for Mac/Linux devices.

Printer Hardware

Printer Model: Ricoh Aficio AP610N

Printer Support

Technical support for this printer is provided by the Information Commons Operations Group.

Problems with supplies (e.g. out of paper or toner) should be directed to the nearest Library Service Point.


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