In July 1977 Xerox introduced the copier/duplicator Xerox 5400. The 5400 was an advanced member of the 4000/4500 family. The 5400 could produce 45 copies in a minute, as was the same for the Xerox 4000 and 4500 copier. Actually, the 5400 had the same engine as the 4000, 4500 and 5600, but with changes in development and drum cleaning.
The 5400 had brush development, a vacuum style drum cleaning system like a duplicator, a much more robust and heavy document handling system, and a microcontroller system control, much like the 9200 family. A sidecar on the left side of the 5400 housed the drive motors and support for the document handler and the collection box for the unused toner from the drum cleaning system.
|Copy speed (per minute)||45. First copy after 7 seconds.|
|Paper tray||1000 sheets. Two paper trays with 500 sheets each.|
|Output tray capacity||n/a|
|Finisher/sorter||20 bin sorter|
|Dimension and weight|
|Depth||71 (cm) / 28 (inches)|
|Width||117 (cm) / 45 (inches)|
|Height||119 (cm) / 47 (inches)|
|Weight||402 (K grams) / 886 (Lbs)|
|Floor space requirements||Stationary: 2 x 2 (meter)/ 8 x 7 (feet)
Movable: 2 x 2 (meter) / 6 x 6 (feed)