Equivalent/ Replacment Model for HP 4100 laserjet duplex (monochrome) (2105 Views)
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keithy corr
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Equivalent/ Replacment Model for HP 4100 laserjet duplex (monochrome)

guys, what is the replacement or equivalent model for HP 4100 laserjet duplex (monochrome)? And is HP printers compatible with SAP applications? I would really really appreciate your help on this matter:)
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Stephen Doyle
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The direct replacement is the P4XXX Series machines the 4200/4250/4350 machines where the replacement but these have now discont.

Yes it works with SAP, The only issue I have had with this machine is the Fold/Inserter machines where the lines on the invoices where too fine to be picked up in the software on the machine. This was fixed by increasing the PIXEL SIZE of the Lines to allow the machine to know when the last page on the invoice has enter the fold/ inserter machine.
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Pat Flanagan
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Re: Equivalent/ Replacment Model for HP 4100 laserjet duplex (monochrome)

The 4350dtn is still a current model and has not been discontinued (yet).

It looks like the only model they're currently selling is the 4350dtn, which has manual duplexing. I believe that there is a duplexer accessory if you want automatic duplexing - Steven?

In any case, the PCL6 driver properties\Device Settings shows a Duplex Unit with options to toggle between Installed or Not Installed.

We've had 2 4350dtn printers for almost 3 years and have had no problems with them at all, and I would highly recommend it. We don't duplex though.

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF06a/18972-18972-3328059-14638-236263-412160.html

Since you'll be using SAP, I would strongly recommend you stay away from HP's host based printers. They just don't work well or at all with any but the most common applications. HP does not disclose that a printer's host based during the selection and purchase process. Here's how to tell:

http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/bizsupport/questionanswer.do?threadId=1173624&admit=10944...

Pat
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