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HP 8100C Digital Sender - Key Features and Benefits

Performance
Feature
Description
Benefit
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
25 page-capacity approx. 4 pages per minute (ppm) color and black and white
Allows user to process multi-page paper documents into e-mail
Keypad and control panel
Guided flow interface
Provides the user with an easy-to-use way to send documents
Interface
10bT or 10/100bT
Leading interfaces supported for easy connection to Local Area Network (LAN)
Send FAX
Internet fax capability
Provides a way to send FAX via the Internet
Distribution Lists
Stores frequently used addresses
Efficient means of sending documents to many addresses
Color, black and white, photograph
Product sends these types of documents
Original-quality receiving of documents
Local printer
Supports Jetsend devices
Allows user to send a document to a printer
Software
None required
Easy to set up and use
Maximum scanning speed
  • Black and white sending quality: 4 pages per minute
  • Color sending quality: 3 pages per minute
  • Photograph sending quality: 3.5 pages per minute
Paper handling
The sender supports multiple paper sizes:
  • Letter: 215.9 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 inches)
  • A4: 210 x 297 mm (8.3 x 11.7 inches)
  • Legal (from the Automatic Document Feeder only): 215.9 x 355.6 mm (8.5 x 14 inches)
Paper weight: 60 to 105 g/m 2 (16 to 28 lb.)
Up to 25 sheets of letter, A4, or legal paper can be stacked in the Automatic Document Feeder (maximum height of 3 mm, or 0.1 inches).
Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) paper sizes
Item
Width
Length
Maximum paper size
215.9 mm (8.5 inches)
355.6 mm (14 inches)
Minimum paper size
148.5 mm (5.9 inches)
210 mm (8.3 inches)
Sending qualities
The digital sender offers a choice of sending qualities at the control panel. You can choose the most suitable quality for each type of job.
Sending qualities and destinations
Sending quality
Type of document
Destinations
Black and white document
The original text that must be clearly transmitted. OR The original is black and white.
E-mail Fax HP Jetsend printer
Color document
The original has a mix of text and images. OR The original has a mix of color and black and white areas.
E-mail HP Jetsend printer
Color-black and white photograph
The original is a photograph. OR The colors or shades of gray in an image must be transmitted clearly.
E-mail HP Jetsend printer
Distribution services
The digital sender is capable of distributing documents to the following types of destinations:
  • E-mail addresses
  • Fax phone numbers (via fax Internet service)
  • HP Jetsend-enabled printers
E-mail destinations
The digital sender can send MIME-compliant e-mail messages to Internet addresses. It uses SMTP-MIME to deliver these messages. SMTP is independent of the network operating system on which your e-mail server is running. The e-mail service is also compatible with the DSN (Delivery Status Notification) standard.
ESMTP (Extended SMTP) is used if your server supports it. This capability is automatically detected and configurable.
The document scanned at the digital sender becomes an attachment to your e-mail message. Portable Document Format (.pdf) is the file format most often used for the attachments, which gives recipients the ability to both view and print them. You can obtain a free copy of the Adobe (R) Acrobat (R) Reader from the Adobe Systems Incorporated Web site (http://www.adobe.com).
Documents can also be scanned as TIFF (.TIF), a graphics format importable into most imaging and word processing programs. Text scanned in B/W Document sending quality can also be read by (OCR) Optical Character Recognition programs.
Users can specify e-mail destinations at the control panel in several ways:
  • Select e-mail addresses from public or personal address books already loaded in the digital sender.
  • Use a special search feature to select e-mail addresses from an LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server, if one has been configured for use by the administrator.
  • Type e-mail addresses manually.
Internet fax destinations
Users can send faxes directly from the digital sender. They have the ability to select destinations from a fax numbers book already loaded in the digital sender, or type the destination at the control panel. The same document can be sent to multiple fax numbers.
Sending faxes with the digital sender requires an account with a supported Internet fax provider.
Jetsend-enabled printer destinations
You can enable send to printer by setting up one or more Jetsend-enabled printers on the network for use with the digital sender. The printers you designate must be Jetsend-enabled, connected to the network, and have a valid TCP/IP address.
Security
The sender operates as a stand-alone unit on the network. You administer each digital sender independently of any other device on the network under a password that applies only to that digital sender.
The digital sender accepts three types of users:
  • Registered users: Individuals who have created their own user profile on the digital sender. Only registered users have personal e-mail address books and lists that are accessible at the digital sender.
  • Guest users: Individuals who are not registered users and who do not have user profiles. Guest users can use the digital sender and all public address books. However, they cannot see or use personal address books. The administrator can disable guest user access.
  • Administrator for the digital sender: The individual (referred to as the “administrator”) who performs administrator activities for the digital sender. Because the digital sender is a stand-alone unit on the network, these activities can be performed independently of any other network activity. Network administrator privileges for the digital sender do not require network privileges. Activities include such things as establishing the level of security for the digital sender and maintaining the public address books. The administrator has access to all personal address books.
The administrator controls digital sender security in these ways:
  • Determining who can use the digital sender (registered users and guest users, or only registered users).
  • Requiring passwords. Passwords are available at two levels: administrator and registered users. Both are optional. Passwords control what each type of user can see and do at the digital sender.
  • Enabling or disabling self-registration for users. If disabled, only the administrator can add or modify user profiles.

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