Xerox 9600

The following text is taken from the brochure of the Xerox 9600:

"The Xerox 9600 is only available as Xerox reconditioned equipment. Xerox reconditioned equipment has been inspected, repaired as necessary with serviceable new or used parts, and operationally tested to ensure that it is in good working order."

Copy speed (per minute)120. First copy after 8 seconds.
Paper trayMain tray: 2500 sheets
Auxiliary tray: 550 sheets
Output tray capacity350 sheets
Staple function
Reduction/zoom96%, 74%, and 65% reduction. Variable Reduction (Optional) Reduction Range-61 ,5% through 102% of original size.
Document handlerAutomatic document handler with 200 sheets capacity
Dimension and weight
Overall length (with 50-bin sorter)350 (cm) / 138 (inches)
Width182 (cm) / 72 (inches)
Height148 (cm) / 58 (inches)
Weight1348 (K grams) / 2927 (Lbs)
Floor space requirements4 x 3 (meters) / 15 x 9 (feet)

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January 28, 2021 2:22 am

Old memories I used to be a tech rep in Montreal 9200/9500/8200

March 22, 2020 9:10 pm

Wow. I’ve never heard of this before. It must have been introduced after 1988, and must have consisted of 9400’s converted to 9500’s (fuser and developer changes to get the matte finish copy quality), much like the 9210 was refurbished 9200s converted to the new components.

November 13, 2018 2:14 pm

Previous models were the 9200, 9400, 9400VR(variable reduction), 9500. I used all of these machines in Canada in the early 80’s.

Jerry M.
Jerry M.
Reply to  Steve
February 4, 2019 6:21 pm

I also use all of these (including the 9800) while working at City of Los Angeles Printing Division.

John Summers
John Summers
Reply to  Steve
November 3, 2021 12:57 am

Used one of these when I worked for a large international corporation in the late 70s early 80s. Sent printed matter to our offices all over the world. 😞😞 look up a town in India named Bophal,,,,,,,😞😟

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