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Kyocera Mita Introduces the KM-8530 High Volume Document Production System for CRD, Print-on-Demand and Departmental

The KM-8530 offers users a copier-based MFP with superior productivity, high speed per minute output, optional network printing/scanning and the most comprehensive finishing options in the Kyocera Mita portfolio

Fairfield, New Jersey – November 12, 2002 - Kyocera Mita, one of the world's leading document imaging companies, today introduced the KM-8530 digital copier/multi-functional product (MFP) with optional network printer and scanner capabilities that can handle up to 750,000 impressions per month. The KM-8530 features a 85 page per minute (first output in 3.3 seconds) output speed and up to 600 dpi image quality, which is perfect for high volume workgroups, departmental and print-on-demand environments and central reproduction departments (CRD).

The KM-8530 is a high performance device offering customers a standard 100 sheet document processor, duplexing, 4-way 2,150 sheet paper supply, 20GB multi-purpose hard disk drive (HDD) and an easy to use, wide format Touch Screen Interface. Additionally, there is a choice of finishing options tailored to complete the user’s most complex document needs, including 100 sheet edge stapling, saddle-stitching, an optional punch unit, Z-fold/punch unit, trimmer, choice of 4,000 sheet paper decks, and post process cover inserter. Tandem copy is also available and enables 170 copy per minute output.

“Kyocera Mita is very excited about expanding its line of high-volume network products with the introduction of the KM-8530,” said Michael Pietrunti, vice president, marketing at Kyocera Mita. “Quality, finishing features and performance are critical to high volume users and enterprise environments and Kyocera Mita meets those demands with a top-line device that will increase productivity as well as reduce costs.”

Optional features of the KM-8530 include network printing and network scanning. For network printing the device comes with a Pentium III 866 MHz processor, standard 64 MB of RAM (Upgradeable to 512 MB), plus a print resolution of 600 x 600 dpi. The KM-8530 supports the page description languages PCL5e with an optional Adobe PS3 upgrade. The network scanning capability, included with the print controller, is TWAIN compliant and provides the user with scan to hard disk drive, scan to e-mail, scan to FTP and the benefits of 85 scans per minute at up to 600 dpi resolution.

The KM-8530 comprises long-life components and an organic photo conductor drum, which provides customers a cost savings, less unscheduled maintenance of the device and ultimately more up-time and increased productivity for users. Another differentiating feature of the device is its use of polymerized toner--the latest in toner technology. Polymerized toner provides customers with better quality output and is more environmentally friendly.

KM-8530 Pricing and Availability:
The KM-8530 imaging system is available today. Pricing starts at $39,000 (MSRP). Contact your local authorized Kyocera Mita dealer for information and pricing on optional hardware.

The unit measures 81" (W) x 30.5" (D) x 45.7" (H), with finisher and 4,000 sheet paper deck, and weighs approximately 859 lbs.

ABOUT KYOCERA MITA
Kyocera Mita is one of the world’s largest manufacturers and leading providers of computer-connectable peripherals, including network-ready digital copiers/printers, laser printers, color copiers/printers, digital laser facsimiles, multi-functional and wide format imaging solutions. Kyocera Mita is part of Kyocera Corporation, the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced ceramics and associated products, including telecommunications equipment, semiconductor packages and electronic components. Kyocera Corporation’s consolidated net revenues totaled $7.78 billion during the year ended March 31, 2002. Kyocera Mita’s headquarters for the Americas are in Fairfield, New Jersey.

For more information, visit www.kyoceramita.com.


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