The Xerox 2830 could make 20 letter size copies in one minute. This model was introduced in January 1982, and the warm-up time of this machine was only 75 seconds.
Each paper cassette easily attaches or detaches to change throughput size. The 8 ½" x 11", 8 ½" x 14" and 11" x 17" cassettes are standard equipment; the 5 ½" x 8 ½" cassette is optional. Each one holds 250 sheets of 20 lb. stock.
If you wanted to make a few copies on varying sizes or types of throughput, you don't have to change cassettes. Simply feed the different copy stock one sheet at a time into the single-sheet feeder.
The Xerox 2830 was also very quite when it operates. For large originals you could also detach the platen cover, in just a few seconds.
Below is the operating panel of the Xerox 2830.
Maximum number of copies one could enter was 99. If you're in the middle of a big copying job, and someone wants to make a few copies, you could touch the Job Interrupt button, make the copies, then go back to your job - the 2830 remembers exactly where it was before the interruption!
|Copy speed (per minute)||20. First copy after 6 seconds.|
|Paper tray||250 sheets.|
|Output tray capacity||n/a|
|Dimension and weight|
|Depth||60 (cm) / 23.6 (inches)|
|Width||51.5 (cm) / 20.2 (inches)|
|Height||30.5 (cm) / 12 (inches)|
|Weight||75 (K grams) / 165 (Lbs)|
|Floor space requirements||Stationary: 1.60 x 1.80 (meters) / 8.3 x 5.9 (feet)
Movable: 1.42 x 1.47 (meters) / 4.6 x 4.8 (feet)
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The 2830 was all analog. No hard drive, no memory card. there was an array of self focusing lens that transmitted the image directly on the drum when the platen scanned
does the 2830 have a memory card or retainable hard dirve?
No, not that I am aware of.
thank you 🙂
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