Acronym for automatic document feeder. Scanner input device that feeds multiple pages at one time.
Enhancement or shortcut that performs a function for the user. Contrast with solution.
Collection point for paper that has exited from the printer. Contrast with feeder and tray.
Small, flat device that plugs into a system board or engine board to enhance printer functionality. May come preinstalled, or can be purchased and installed separately as an option.
Printer option that lets users automatically print one complete copy of a multiple-page document before the next copy begins.
Print option that stores a job on the printer until the user logs in and releases or deletes it.
Large, complex printed circuit board assembly that interfaces with the printhead and printer control panel to coordinate the functions on a printer. Sometimes called a "system board" or "motherboard."
Imaging mechanism that turns the electrostatic charge on a photoconductor drum into an image.
Printed, scanned, or copied on both sides.
Printer feature that minimizes the use of energy, paper, or specialty media.
Acronym for Embedded Solutions Framework. Software that lets Java‑based applications run directly on Lexmark multifunction products.
Acronym for Embedded Web Server. Software built into a printer that provides a control panel for configuring the device from any Web browser.
Paper input device that is separate from the printer's internal paper feeding/guiding mechanisms. Examples: multipurpose feeder, manual feeder, envelope feeder. See also tray.
Option that performs post-printing functions such as stapling, hole-punching, folding, or collating.
Memory drive used for portable data storage. Sometimes called a "USB drive" or "thumb drive."
Type of scanner that uses a flat glass surface for scanning documents.
Acronym for File Transfer Protocol. System for transferring computer files.
The part of a laser printer that melts the toner onto the paper.
Disk that can be used to store a large amount of information.
Print job that has been sent to the printer but which will not print until the user enters a PIN.
Printer feature that reduces energy consumption to less than one watt. Contrast with Sleep Mode.
Finisher container where punched paper chads are collected.
imaging unit or developer unit sold together in a "basket."
Color-specific replaceable mechanism that includes a photoconductor unit, developer unit, and toner .
Unique address used to locate and identify a device over a network.
Option that provides additional output capacity and multiple output destinations.
A slot in the printer that lets users feed single sheets of paper.
Acronym for multifunction product. A single device that can serve several functions, including printing, scanning, faxing, and copying.
Short form for monochrome. Using or showing only black and white and shades of gray.
Acronym for multipurpose feeder. Printer input mechanism that feeds multiple sheets of nonstandard paper.
Printable page of information about all of the configured network and wireless settings on a printer.
Printer software option that lets users print multiple ("N") pages of a document on a single sheet of paper.
Acronym for optical character recognition. The machine recognition of printed characters.
Charcoal filter designed to neutralize the effects of ozone.
Digital area where content is printed. Contrast with sheet and side.
The rotating, charged portion of the photoconductor unit that picks up toner.
Printer part that is written on by the laser, picks up toner from the developer unit, and then transfers toner to the paper. Contains the photoconductor drum.
Authentication method that involves a secret verification process previously shared between two parties. Keys can take the form of passwords, passphrases, or strings of numbers and letters.
Removable container that contains (1) ink or toner and (2) imaging components, such as a photoconductor or printhead. Contrast with toner cartridge.
Software routine that converts an application's printing request into the language the printer understands.
Solution that lets users send print jobs from workstations or mobile devices, and then retrieve—or release—the documents from any Print Release‑enabled device.
A device that lets users manage and monitor print jobs among multiple printers and computers on a network. Print servers can be internal or external, wired or wireless, can come in different shapes and sizes, and sometimes resemble network adapters.
Printer feature that significantly reduces acoustics produced during a print job by running the print engine at a slower speed.
Printer state that lets users continue using minimal functionality even if a device error has occurred.
Transparent glass bed where documents are placed while sensors detect document details during the scan process.
A piece of paper; especially one manufactured for printing. Contrast with side and page.
Either surface of a sheet of paper. Contrast with page.
Printed image that is crooked or at an angle.
Power‑saving printer state in which the device remains completely available to the user. Contrast with Hibernate Mode.
Combination of software and/or hardware with professional services delivered either by Lexmark or a partner to tailor the offering for the customer's specific needs. Contrast with application; app.
Any type of print media other than plain paper.
Removable container that holds toner, a black or colored powder used to develop an image on a piece of paper.
Image‑forming unit whose wide belt transfers an image from the photoconductor drum onto paper.
Input device that holds paper for printing. Contrast with bin.
Printer feature whereby trays containing paper of the same size and type function as a single paper source.