Manufacturer Part Number: J4135-60002
Sub-Type: Print Server Internal
Form Factor : Internal
Interface : Eio
Connectivity : Wired
Cabling Type : Localtalk • Serial Rs-232 • Usb
Platform : Pc • Mac
Connectivity Technology: Wired
Cabling Type: USB, LocalTalk, Serial RS-232
Expansion Slots: Total (Free) None Interfaces 1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type B, 1 x Serial - RS-232 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9), 1 x Network - Local Talk - 8 pin mini-DIN
Device Type: Print server
Form Factor: Plug-in card Interface (Bus) Type EIO
About Refurbished Products
Network connections and data administration can be nerve-wracking without reliable networking devices. IT administrators and professionals process thousands of data daily. There are half-dozen computers working simultaneously to send and receive documents.
Plenty of project collaboration combined with quick and easy communication without lags is almost unattainable without proper networking devices. Users may also have a great network set up with all of the kinks finally working out. All of a sudden, they realize the need to print a document.
Setting up printers and getting them accessible in a network structure can prove frustrating. Users who work with remote servers and virtual machines will also find such a situation very difficult. Here's where a network print server comes to play.
Reliable networking print servers such as those offered here are the best options to help get those devices working faster. With wired and wireless options available, users can plug in the network print server to a printer's network connection port. This grants authorized users within the connection easy access to the data.
Most printers are not compatible with every type of network or other print devices available on the market. However, print servers are designed to override the incompatibility. Once users get a high-quality network print server, any print device can be used as long as the right adapter is employed.
The available options are great for large organizations and enterprises that work with multiple printers. The network print server works to host a wide range of machines, routing all print jobs to the same printer. Their build allows them to carry out multiple functions.
That is, users can have more than one machine for unit-task needs. When they are routed to a single client, users can easily select a less busy device in a wide network. So, when a printer gets jammed or faulty, it will be easy to move on to another one in the same network.
The networking print servers can be external or internal, hooking devices into a network. The network connection occurs in a way that makes the devices most useful to an extensive range of users. Affordable, easy to install, and reliable, these products will increase flexibility and productivity in every workspace.
Cost-Effectiveness Due to Fewer Devices
Purchasing a network print server will help users regulate the flow of print jobs. That way, the office can work with fewer devices. That way, the working environment will be simplified, and the organization does not need to get many supplies for different printing machines.
Convenient Central Management
Users will get networking print servers that come with reliable software. The software helps users to manage the print environment effectively. IT administrators can easily keep an eye on all print jobs since they are sent to the server first. That way, users can set preferred printer settings and better environmental control.