Amendment of the below clause is updated as of 1st November 2021.
1 Testing was commissioned by Epson and conducted by Keypoint Intelligence. One specific model was selected from color laser multi-function printers in the 65-70ppm class. Epson WorkForce Enterprise WF-C21000 with 100ppm (equivalent model in Europe was used during the evaluation). This data is as of September, 2020. Devices were tested in default mode as per Keypoint Intelligence’s proprietary standard energy consumption test methods. Calculations were based on a weekday workload of 2 x 4 hours printing + 16 hours in sleep/standby mode, and weekend energy use of 48 hours in sleep/standby mode. A total of 69 pages of workload test pattern using DOC, XLS, PPT, HTML, PDF files and Outlook email messages were printed six times in each 4-hour printing period.
2 Annual CO2 output calculations were based on JEMAI-LCA Pro, Cedar tree CO2 absorption calculations were based on Japan Forestry Agency standards of 8.8kg CO2 per annum per tree.
3 Testing was commissioned by Epson and conducted by Keypoint Intelligence. One competitor model was selected from worldwide best-selling vendor* in the 65ppm and 70ppm colour laser multi-function printer. Epson Work Force Enterprise WF-C20600 with 60ppm (equivalent model in Europe was used during the evaluation). Consumables and periodic replacement parts required to print 1M pages. The weight includes all used consumables, periodical replacement parts and their packaging. Test printed pattern used was ISO24712.
*Source: IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker 2020Q2, Units Share by Company
Black and colour print speeds are measured in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Actual print times will vary based on system configuration, software and page complexity. For more information, click here.
* In accordance with ISO 24711/24712. Actual yields will vary considerably for reasons including images printed, print settings, temperature and humidity. Yields may be lower when printing infrequently or predominantly with one ink colour. A variable amount of ink remains in the cartridges after the “replace cartridge” signal. Part of the ink from the first cartridge is used for priming the printer. Ink is used for both printing and printhead maintenance. All inks are used for both black and colour printing.