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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Drivers Download

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Drivers Download

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Drivers Download

[x32/ x64] Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Drivers for Windows

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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Scanner Driver and EPSON Scan Utility
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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Scanner Driver and EPSON Scan Utility
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 ICA Remote Print Driver
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Post Script Print Driver Download

[x32/ x64] Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Drivers for Linux

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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Drivers Download

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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690 Printer Reviews– The Epson workforce Pro WF-C8690 is a portrait all-in-one (AIO) designed for medium-and heavy-duty applications in medium to large offices and workgroups. It is fast, very expandable and supports super-high capacity ink cartridges. Add to these perks its reasonable purchase price and competitive operating costs, and it’s easy to crown it our editors Choice for high-end widescreen printers.

Clear a road, low space
Siblings to the single functional workforce Pro WF-C8190, WF-C8690 supports not only the more common paper size paper (11 to 17 inches) in widescreen format; It also prints larger pages with large tabloid size (13-for-19-inch). The larger the pages your machine can handle, the larger the machine itself is. WF-C8690 Measures for example 22.5 at 24.1 with 34.1 inch (HWD) with its trays extended and weighs a whopping 101 pounds, which is slightly smaller but more than 20 pounds heavier than its predecessor, workforce Pro WF-8590. It will of course require a own dedicated, solid stand or counter top and at least two people to fight it there.

Over the past few years we have reviewed several smaller, much cheaper widescreen-AIO’er from Brother, Epson and HP, but very few volume machines similar to specifications and price to WF-C8690, which means of course that there are very few machines in Our database to compare it with. Epson’s own workforce ET-16500 EcoTank Wide Format All-in-One Supertank printer, one of the major printer manufacturers ‘ bulkblækmodeller using bottle ink instead of cartridges, is in comparison several inches Shorter and weighs 50 pounds less than WF-C8690. It also supports super-tabloid format, but the maximum monthly work cycle is 55,000 pages smaller than the glorious big Brother.

Paper handling outside the box consists of a 250 sheet drawer that holds paper up to the tabloid size and a 80-sheet universal tray on the back that holds up to large tabloid size sheets. If it is not enough paper (or input sources), you can expand it to 1,830 sheets from four sources, with up to three 500-sheet add-on drawers ($425-list each). Epson also offers a combo box/printer holder for $250. HP paper time format the page wide Pro 750DW has a standard paper input capacity of 650 sheets that can be expanded to (with two 2000 sheet trays) 4,650 sheets, and the Epson ET-16500 has 502 sheets and is not expandable.

The Automatic document feeder (50 sheet feeder) supports single-pass auto-duplexing, which means it scans both sides of two-sided pages simultaneously, but the 16500s 35-sheet Document feeder supports manual duplexing only. With its 75,000-page monthly work cycle (5,000 pages per month recommended), the WF-C8690’s volume is more than three times higher than one-16500’erne and several other wide-format consumer-class machines, as does HP 750dw’s.

In addition to the standard Epson printer and scanner drivers, WF-C8690 is delivered as a troublesome full name, with additional drivers for both HP PCL (printer Command Language) 5 and PCL 6 and Adobe PostScript 3. And the printer emulates both HP PCL and Adobe PostScript page description Language (PDL), for compatibility with advanced printing presses and præpress imaging equipment used for desktop publishing and graphics design applications.

Most companies do not require these pdls for daily printing and copying, but support for all three of them ensures the different talents throughout your organization access to the functions that best meet their needs. With the installed PostScript drivers, your document and graphics design departments can use the PostScript emulation to print composites for proof reading — before you send the final document files to the printing service for high-volume print.

You can configure and monitor AIO, as well as create and initiate tasks, such as Copy or scan to a network drive or cloud site, from WF-C8690s spacious and well-placed control panel. The panel consists of a handful of buttons, status LEDs, and a number block, all of which are anchored by a 5-inch color touchscreen.

In addition to the Control Panel, you can also monitor, configure, and essentially manage all settings and controls from a built-in secure (HTTPS) Web server located in WF-8690’ens memory. Like most business printers and AIO’er, you connect to this one locally or over the Internet with your browser via an IP address. In fact, some aspects of monitoring and configuration, such as Viewing reports, managing contacts and setting security settings, easier from the Web portal than the Control Panel.

Additional connectivity options for printing emails and attachments, remote control and support for Apple IOS and Android mobile platforms, as well as printing from and scanning to different cloud Web sites are available through a set of mobile apps Includes Epson Email Print, Epson IPrint Mobile App and Epson Remote Print) called Epson Connect. Third-party mobile printing and scanning is available through Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print and Amazon’s four OS. And if none of these get worked, you can always coarse it by printing from or scanning to a USB thumb drive via the port on the left side of the chassis.

AIO’er with high volume like this is designed to access multiple users who in Optatte office environments can be up to 25 (or perhaps even more) people who print, scan, copy and fax documents of varying importance and sensitivity-everything on your Centralized, easily accessible printer. WF-C8690 allows you to secure documents with personal identification numbers (PIN code). Often called Secure Print, most competing multiuser AIO’ers come with this security feature.

The Access Control access control feature allows you to deny access to users and/or groups to specific features, such as Printing color documents or making multiple copies or even accessing the printer at all. When used in conjunction with the comprehensive reports available through the Web portal (or can be printed from the control Panel), the ability to secure print jobs behind the back code and restrict access can help you keep WF-C8690 secure.

How quickly begins
As I said about WF-C8690s only siblings, WF-C8190, Epson’s 24 pages per minute (ppm) rating for volume machines like this, is the rate at which fast printing begins. For example, HP PageWide 750DW. Rated for 35ppm, and I’ve seen much more advanced Epson inkjet printers curved out two-sided pages at 100IPM (images per minute, where both sides sit like an image). Also, remember that the following test results consist of printing letter size pages. Tabloid pages (which are just twice as large as area shaped like media in letter size) with approximately equal percentage of ink coverage, must take approximately twice as long to print, and super-tabloid pages a little further.

To continue testing, I printed several PDF files, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets with full-sided graphics and a few colorful PowerPoint editions with full page with dark, fixed fillings and backgrounds. Then, I combined the scores from printing the previous 12-page text document with results from printing these more complex color document pages. Here WF-C8690 managed a high respekterbar 18.8 ppm, which is historically among the highest scores I’ve seen from a machine that cures our entire package of test documents.

PrecisionCore Print Quality
All of today’s workforce printers and AIO’er implement Epson’s PrecisionCore print head technology. Among the many print speeds and print quality requirements, PrecisionCore depend on print heads with ink tiles populated with significantly more and smaller, densely condensed ink nozzles that use ink for paper with greater accuracy than traditional Print heads. According to Epson (and my own experience with PrecisionCore printers over the years) this results in more detailed and more accurate, vivid colors.

The WF-C8690 makes almost laser-quality, well-formed and highly legible text more than attractive enough for most internal and external documents. And the many charts, graphs, and other graphics I printed were mostly tasty, with fixed fillings, smooth flowing gradients and well-demarcated borders and Hårlinjer. The few ink distribution errors I found were visible only when I started searching for them. Apart from desktop publishers, graphic designers, or printer reviewers, the printer output receiver is likely to pay more attention to the content than the Complex machines that produced it.

PrecisionCore machines, without photo printers, do a good job of printing colorful and detailed photos, in this case up to 13 by 19 inch. Unlike the WF-8590 predecessor, the WF-C8690 cannot print borderless photos and pages, although most of the Epson’s lower cartridges can. The previous model is capable of printing or soft at the edge of the paper, an advantage over its laser and HP PageWide competitors. However, the inability to print edgeless is a limitation of laser and PageWide technologies, but they just can’t do that. Inkjet printers do not have this limitation. Epson must have had some other reason to limit WF-C8690s output in this way.

Relatively inexpensive ink
WF-C8690’s running costs, the per page that costs the ink required to keep it printed and copied, can be compared to the cost per page for medium and Højprintere laser printers, which is relatively reasonable, but not the best you can do today. When using Epson’s highest yield-11,500 monochrome pages and 8,000 color printer ink cartridges for this AIO, depending on where you purchase your supplies, each black side must run you around 1.6 cents and each color page about 6.7 cents. It is slightly higher than the HP 750dws 1.1 cent monochrome and 5.6 cent color, which can significantly increase the more you print and copy.

But some of the wide format, lower volume models discussed here, have print costs twice as high and higher. If you need a large-volume printer that can run out on widescreen pages, especially the super-tabloid, compare the WF-C8690’s operating costs not badly.

Features Meet performance
My only real complaint about WF-C8690 is that its standard complement of paper capacity is only 330 sheets, which, given the size of the ink cartridges and its volume ratings seem to be a skewed mismatch designed to sell add-on paper trays. I am also not fond of the lack of GRÆNSEFRI printing ability.

 

 

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