Ricoh Aficio SP 311SFNw B&W All-in-One Wireless Laser Printer, 30ppm Print Speed, 1200x600 dpi, 250-Sheet Paper Tray Capacity, USB 2.0 - Print, Copy, Scan, Fax

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About Ricoh SP 311SFNw

The Ricoh Aficio SP 311SFNw B&W All-in-One Laser Printer lets you place high quality black-and-white laser printing, copying and faxing plus full-color scanning wherever you need it. Simple to use and easy to maintain, this 30-page-per-minute multifunction system offers a robust feature set including standard duplex printing and wireless networking to handle all of your everyday business tasks.
Put the compact Ricoh SP 311SFNw to work right next to you to keep 30-ppm laser printing/copying/scanning/faxing power within easy reach. Or place this versatile office tool wherever it is most convenient for everyone in the office to share. It's your choice. In addition to hardwired USB 2.0 and Ethernet network interfaces, the SP 311SFNw offers built-in IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN connectivity with authentication and encryption. There are no cables, no complex setup procedures, no physical limitations on where to install trouble-free, secure Wi-Fi-enabled laser printing, scanning and PC faxing (and walk-up copying/scanning/faxing too).

The SP 311SFNw is a true business solution ready to tackle real challenges and able to process multiple jobs simultaneously. Copy while faxing, print while scanning, fax while copying and scan while printing. Now everyone in the office can keep pace with business. The 35-Sheet Automatic Document Feeder quickly processes multi-page originals up to 8.5" x 14" for scanning, copying and faxing. The versatile 250-Sheet Front-Loading Paper Tray and 50-Sheet Bypass both accept media from postcard to legal size and up to 90 lb. Index in weight. The 50-Sheet Exit Tray collates sets without occupying more space. The control panel has a 4-line LCD screen with corresponding hard keys plus 8 Quick Dials for fast and easy job programming. The Ricoh SP 311SFNw has it all and it's all standard.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
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Great print quality (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Frequent user (3)

Ricoh SP 311SFNw Features

  • Easy to maintain and affordable to own: The cost-cutting SP 311SFNw uses Ricoh's proven All-In-One print cartridge technology for simplified maintenance and reduced per-page costs. Reliable and durable, the AIO cartridge is the only supply you'll ever need
  • Print like a pro: The Ricoh SP 311SFNw includes 80 resident font packages for fast, creative printing in any style. Its powerful controller quickly processes files at up to 1200 x 600 dpi resolution for sharp text and graphics on every page at speeds up to 30-ppm
  • Consistent copying: The 35-sheet ADF quickly feeds multi-page documents up to 8.5" x 14". Use the letter-size platen glass to copy single page or wallet size originals
  • High resolution scanning, sending and faxing: Bring a wide range of image capture and distribution capabilities to your office. Support for full-color and grayscale scanning allows for easy TWAIN and WIA image capture
  • Standard hardwired USB 2.0 High Speed & 10/100Base-TX Ethernet interfaces
  • Standard IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN (Infrastructure & Ad Hoc modes)
  • 600 x 600 dpi & 1200 x 600 dpi printing at 30-ppm
  • PCL 6 + 80 PCL fonts
  • USB & Network TWAIN/WIA Scanning at 1200 x 1200 optical dpi
  • Scan-to-Email/Folder/FTP at 600 x 600 dpi
  • 100-destination Address Book
  • 35-sheet ADF
  • ID Card Copy
  • Super G3 33.6 Kbps modem
  • Super G3 Fax plus LAN Fax & Internet Fax
  • 8 Quick Dial keys
  • 100-page Fax memory
  • LAN Fax (TX only) with 1,000-entry Address Book
  • Telephone Answering Device hookup
  • Broadcasting up to 100 locations

Ricoh SP 311SFNw Specifications

Printer: Configuration
Desktop Monochrome Multifunction Printer with AIO Cartridge technology
Printer: Imaging Technology
Laser beam scanning with electrophotographic printing
Printer: Reading Element
Flatbed scanner with full-color CCD
Contact Image Sensor (CIS)
Printer: Operation Panel
4-line LCD + alphanumeric keypad
Printer: Continuous Print Speed
30 pages per minute (Letter)
Printer: Warm-Up Time
30 seconds or less
Printer: Original Capacity
35 Sheets
Printer: First Print Speed
8 seconds or less
Printer: Original Paper Weight
14 - 28 lb. Bond (52 - 105 g/m2)
Printer: Original Size
5.5" x 5.5" to 8.5" x 14" (140 x 140 mm to 216 x 356 mm)
Printer: Auto Duplexing
Automatic ( at 50% productivity)
Printer: Paper Capacity
250-Sheet Tray x 1 + 50-Sheet Bypass = 300 sheets
Printer: Document Feeding
Automatic Document Feeder (Standard)
Printer: Platen Scanning
Supported, up to 8.5" x 11.7" (216 x 297 mm)
Printer: Paper Sizes
Standard Tray: 5.5" x 8.5" to 8.5" x 14",A6 - B5
Custom Sizes: 3.94" x 5.82" to 8.5" x 14" (100 x 148 mm to 216 x 356 mm)
Bypass Tray: 5.5" x 8.5" to 8.5" x 14", A6 - B5
Custom Sizes: 3.5" x 5.5" to 8.5" x 14" (90 x 140 mm to 216 x 356 mm)
Duplexing: 8.5" x 11", 8.5" x 14", A4
Printer: Paper Weight
Standard Tray: 14 - 43 lb. Bond/ 90 lb. Index (52 - 162 g/m2)
Bypass Tray: 14 - 43 lb. Bond/90 lb. Index (52 - 162 g/m2)
Duplexing: 16 - 28 lb. Bond (60 - 105 g/m2)
Printer: Paper Type
Standard Tray: Thin, Thick, Plain & Recycled papers
Bypass: Thin, Thick, Plain & Recycled papers, Labels, Envelopes
Printer: Output Capacity
50 sheets (face down)
Printer: Power Requirements
120V, 60Hz
Printer: Power Consumption
Maximum: 800 W, Energy Saver: 4.7 W
Printer Controller: CPU
360 MHz
Printer Controller: Print Resolution
1200 x 600 dpi
600 x 600 dpi
Printer Controller: Interfaces
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN (Ad Hoc & Infrastructure modes)
10/100Base-TX Ethernet
USB 2.0 Hi Speed Type B
Printer Controller: Memory
128 MB RAM standard/maximum
Printer Controller: Languages/Drivers
PCL 6
PCL 5e1
Printer Controller: Fonts
80 PCL fonts
Printer Controller: Network Protocols
TCP/IP (IPv4, IPv6), IPP
Printer Controller: Network/OS Support
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, Server 2003/R2, Server 2008/R2, Server 2012
Citrix Presentation Server 4.0, 4.5, Citrix XenApp 5.0, 6.0
Printer Controller: Advanced Printer
Collate, Dithering, Duplex, Do Not Print Blank Pages, Front Cover, Layout/N-up, Reduce/Enlarge, Rotate Print, Toner Saving, Watermarks
Printer Controller: Utilities
Web Image Monitor
Smart Organizing Monitor
@Remote2 (limited support, requires optional @Remote Office Appliance)
Copier: Multi-Copy Speed
Single-page document via ADF or platen: 30 copies-per-minute
Multi-page document via ADF: 13 copies-per-minute
Copier: First Copy Speed
13 seconds or less
Copier: Copy Resolution
Scanning: 600 x 600 dpi via Platen
600 x 300 dpi via ADF
Printing: 600 x 600 dpi
Copier: Quantity Indicator
1 - 99
Copier: Original Type
Platen: Sheets/Books/3D objects/Wallet-size ID Cards
ADF: Sheets
Copier: Max. Original Size
Platen: Up to 8.5" x 11.7"/A4 (210 x 297 mm)
ADF: Up to 8.5" x 14" (216 x 356 mm)
Copier: Preset Reduction Ratios
50%, 65%, 78%, 93%
Copier: Preset Enlargement Ratios
129%, 155%, 200%, 400%
Copier: Advance
Auto Duplex, Combine Copy (2 in 1, 4 in 1), Electronic Sort, ID Card Copy, Image Density (5 levels), Image Quality Mode (Text/Photo/Mixed), Photo Mode
Copier: Grayscale
256 levels
Copier: Zoom Range
25 - 400% in 1% increments via ADF or platen
Scanner: Scanning Device
Full-color CCD array Contact Image Sensor (CIS)
Scanner: Optical Resolution
1200 x 1200 dpi
Scanner: TWAIN/WIA Scan Resolution
Platen: 75/100/150/200/300/400/500/600/ Resolution 1200/2400/4800/9600/19200 dpi
ADF: 75/100/150/200/300/400/500/600 dpi
Scanner: Scan Modes/Speeds
Black & White (1 bit): 5 seconds/page
(LTR at 300 dpi via USB 2.0)
Grayscale (8 bit): 5 seconds/page
Color (8 bit): 10 seconds/page
Scanner: Scan-to Resolutions
100/150/200/300/400/600 dpi
Scanner: Grayscale
256 levels
Scanner: Scanner Interface
USB 2.0
10/100Base-TX
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN
Scanner: Scanning Capabilities
TWAIN/WIA Scanning
Scan-to-Email (1 recipient per TX)
Scan-to-Folder (1 destination per TX)
Scan-to-FTP (1 destination per TX)
Scanner: Supported File Formats
TIFF, JPEG, PDF
Scanner: Address Book Capacity
Up to 100 Scan destinations including 8 Quick Dial entries
Scanner: Software Utilities
TWAIN Scanner Driver
WIA Scanner Driver
Facsimile: Circuit
PSTN/PBX
Facsimile: Compatibility
ITU-T G3, Super G3 Transceiver
Facsimile: Resolution
Standard: 200 x 100 dpi (8 x 3.85 lines/mm)
Detail: 200 x 200 dpi (8 x 7.7 lines/mm)
Facsimile: Maximum Width/Scan Width
8.5"
Facsimile: Compression
MH, MR, MMR
Facsimile: Scanning Speed
Less than 5 seconds/page ( at 200 dpi)
Facsimile: Maximum Scan Length
Platen: 11.7" (297 mm)
ADF: 14" (356 mm)
Facsimile: Maximum Number of Lines
1
Facsimile: Transmission Speed
Approx. 3 seconds/page
Facsimile: Dialing Modes
Direct Fax Number Entry
8 Quick Dials
200 Speed Dials
Facsimile: SAF Memory
100 pages
Facsimile: Advanced
Auto Answer, Auto Redial, Auto/Manual/Substitute Reception, Book Fax, Broadcasting (100 stations), Contrast Control, Error Correction Mode, Image Reduction, Immediate/Memory Transmission, Monitor Speaker, On Hook Dial, Page Retransmission, Pulse/Tone Selection, Smoothing, Telephone Answering Machine Interface, Time Indicator
Facsimile: Modem Speed
33.6 Kbps with Auto Fallback to 2400 bps
Facsimile: Address Book Capacity
Up to 200 Fax destinations
Facsimile: LAN Fax
Outbound TX only
Dimensions (W x D x H)
15.9 x 15.5 x 15.3" (403.8 x 393.7 x 388.6 mm)
Weight
38.6 lbs (17.5 kg) (including Starter AIO)

Ricoh SP 311SFNw Reviews

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3.4

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Excellent Home Printer

Have been using this since September 2014 without problems and with almost 1000 pages run. I scan frequently and have shortcuts in address book for emails and scanning to computer (Windows 8.1pro). A note to a previous reviewer who had difficulties printing and scanning -- It is a good practice when installing any printer to disable DHCP on the unit and create a static address. This eliminates the DHCP server from issuing new IP addresses and making the printer unreachable. Adding to this, wh...

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Have been using this since September 2014 without problems and with almost 1000 pages run. I scan frequently and have shortcuts in address book for emails and scanning to computer (Windows 8.1pro). A note to a previous reviewer who had difficulties printing and scanning -- It is a good practice when installing any printer to disable DHCP on the unit and create a static address. This eliminates the DHCP server from issuing new IP addresses and making the printer unreachable. Adding to this, when you are setting up scan to folder, you'll save yourself similar DHCP headaches by using the computer host name in the folder path instead of the IP address. This unit will handle SMB scanning perfectly with the proper operating system. Unfortunately any Windows Home version (this includes XP Home versions and Win 7 Home Versions) isn't robust enough to handle much beyond basic networking tasks. Upgrading to Windows Pro versions (or above)would solve this. I have not tried scanning to a regular Win8 or 8.1 computer so I cannot comment on issues there. I have used the fax numerous times with no issues. I am very satisfied with this Ricoh product and would highly recommend (especially at the discounted price).

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

No Scanning Software

Great print quality, however 2 major problems! 1 printer does not update its ip address when router assigns it a new one, (that happens at least once a day) and then the printer appears offline, you need to manually enter correct ip either into printer or computer. 2 biggest problem is it does not come with scanning software, after trying really hard i was only able to get software that will operate the scanner but not the auto document feeder scanner, so if you scan multiple documents forget...

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Great print quality, however 2 major problems! 1 printer does not update its ip address when router assigns it a new one, (that happens at least once a day) and then the printer appears offline, you need to manually enter correct ip either into printer or computer. 2 biggest problem is it does not come with scanning software, after trying really hard i was only able to get software that will operate the scanner but not the auto document feeder scanner, so if you scan multiple documents forget about it with this device.! if you just want a printer and will be connecting it wired its a great scanner.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

Excellent Home Printer

By

from Mineola, New York  -  Frequent User

Have been using this since September 2014 without problems and with almost 1000 pages run. I scan frequently and have shortcuts in address book for emails and scanning to computer (Windows 8.1pro). A note to a previous reviewer who had difficulties printing and scanning -- It is a good practice when installing any printer to disable DHCP on the unit and create a static address. This eliminates the DHCP server from issuing new IP addresses and making the printer unreachable. Adding to this, when you are setting up scan to folder, you'll save yourself similar DHCP headaches by using the computer host name in the folder path instead of the IP address. This unit will handle SMB scanning perfectly with the proper operating system. Unfortunately any Windows Home version (this includes XP Home versions and Win 7 Home Versions) isn't robust enough to handle much beyond basic networking tasks. Upgrading to Windows Pro versions (or above)would solve this. I have not tried scanning to a regular Win8 or 8.1 computer so I cannot comment on issues there. I have used the fax numerous times with no issues. I am very satisfied with this Ricoh product and would highly recommend (especially at the discounted price).

 
5.0

A great deal if it's onsale

By

from Nebraska  -  Heavy Duty User

I bought this for home office use. It took 10 minutes to get up setup, connected to the wireless network and printing. I know a couple of the reviewers had trouble with the scanning function. I actually prefer to not install scanning software on my PC (it's often bloated and has lots of features I don't use). All I need is a simple and fast way to create PDF's. This machine does that. It can scan to a network or FTP location without the need of a PC. Press a shortcut destination on the machine, put my document in the feeder and hit start. That's all there is to it. (I did have to connect it to a shared network folder first though) It got one of the best web interfaces I've seen in a small printer. Much of the configuration can be done through it instead of the operation panel.

 
1.0

No Scanning Software

By

from Florida  -  Frequent User

Great print quality, however 2 major problems! 1 printer does not update its ip address when router assigns it a new one, (that happens at least once a day) and then the printer appears offline, you need to manually enter correct ip either into printer or computer. 2 biggest problem is it does not come with scanning software, after trying really hard i was only able to get software that will operate the scanner but not the auto document feeder scanner, so if you scan multiple documents forget about it with this device.! if you just want a printer and will be connecting it wired its a great scanner.

 
1.0

The devil resides in this thing.

By

from Creede, Colorado  -  Frequent User

I thought this attractive and compact contraption would be just the ticket for a home office. Well, not so much. For starters, the machine cannot "push" a scan from itself across a Windows 7 Home Anything network because the system isn't sufficiently robust, apparently, to reconcile the permissions and what-not required (and you cannot manually set the permissions and what-not either - you can try, but it's hit or miss, and if you get it working today, tomorrow it won't work again). There's no software provided to "pull" a scan across the network, wirelessly, either - but I've had some luck with the thing tethered to the router via Ethernet, or tethered to a PC via USB - using the Windows7 embedded scan software. Then, the only difficulty is getting the PC to recognize the thing as a scanner (if it does-so today, it probably won't tomorrow - just do a restart and see.) Mine refuses to send or receive faxes - just discovered this - and, of course, there's no-one to call... just submit an e-mail to tech support and they'll get back to you (that is, if the "contact-us" page will even allow you to make a submission). It prints nicely - although if your router, for whatever reason, changes the machine's IP address, your PC won't find it. You'll have to find a listing of attached devices on your network, determine the printer from among them, and update its LAN address on your system and on any others connected to the network. Are we having fun yet? In summary, this is an IT guy's guarantee of perpetual employment. I've been fooling with PCs and networks for over thirty years, and this thing just confounds me. Slow support, sketchy software and drivers, and recalcitrant hardware... look elsewhere, folks...

 
5.0

100% Happy with this Beautiful Printer

By

from MD  -  Infrequent User

Looks good. Installation went well. Did not try fax yet but all other functions are superb. Printing quality is excellent. I think I made a right decision.

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Shopper  What laser printers are both windows and Mac compatible?
Andrew R  Unfortunately our catalog system doesn't break down by compatible operating system, however many of the printers that we offer are compatible with both operating systems. Compatibility details are normally found under the "Tech Specs" for a given unit. http://www.adorama.com/c/Printers-and-Scanners/Printers
Shopper  Can i use eprint? (Print from cell phone)
GANG J  The build quality is generally good. The problem is the driver installation is not that straightforward and can be frustrated. I need to search the right driver for Windows 7 and 8. Plus, the operation speed is Ok but far away from speedy.
Shopper  is it uses laser catridge? how much is the catradge
LINDA K  Yes, it uses laser or "toner" cartridges. You can sometimes refill toner cartridges so you can save on money but be sure to buy a high quality refill or you will get black specks all over your print outs due to leakage.
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