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Canon imageCLASS D1150 Laser Multifunction Copier (3478B005AA)

by Canon

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  • 30 Pages per Minute Laser Output and Quick First Print Copytime of only 8 Seconds
  • Duplex Versatility/Two Sided Copying/Printing/Faxing and Color Scanning
  • Scan in Color up to 9600 dpi Quality with 600 dpi Optical Resolution
  • 33.6 Kbps Super G3 Fax and USB 2.0 Hi Speed
  • Up to 50 sheet DADF /Duplex Automatic Document Feeder
  • 30 pages per minute laser output (copy and printing)
  • 2-sided print, copy, scanning, and faxing
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Technical Details

  • copying
  • scanning
  • fax
  • monochrome

Product Description

The imageCLASS D1150 is a small office workhorse (copy,print,scan,fax) delivering copy and print speeds up to 30 ppm. This unit is also energy efficient only using up to 3W of energy for operation. Compact enough for a small or home office but feature rich to ensure you get the same quality as a commercial machine.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 17.7 x 18.3 inches ; 48.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 64.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001TOD3NW
  • Item model number: D1150
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 23, 2009
  This Product Is ENERGY STAR® Qualified
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Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By frequent amazon customer on October 2, 2009
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for a non-commercial grade machine, it definitely meets my expectations. it prints and copies quickly enough and the quality is absolutely fine. the energy saver mode keeps the machine quiet when not in use. it's easy to use, and it's nice having all the multifunctions in one unit. fyi, i initially had problems because my usb cable was ten feet long. the user manual does not warn of problems with long cables, but canon's fast and knowledgeable tech support folks solved that for me quickly. i'm a little annoyed that i must specify in the print dialogue box each time i want to use the manual feeder (aka multi purpose tray); the machine does not automatically detect paper in the manual feeder and print from it unless i first specify manual paper tray in my print dialogue box. it's nice to have the printer and fax available to my entire network via the cat 5 cable, but unless i'm mistaken, the only way to scan to your computer is through the usb cable, which meant that after installing the network drivers i installed the usb drivers and now have a confusing number of drivers in my print dialogue box drop down menu. i probably can remove the network drivers from the one computer that's connected via the usb, but i haven't tried that yet, and i wish the setup instructions made that clearer. also, the scans initially were coming out unacceptably faint until (again with the help of tech support) i lowered the scan resolution setting and changed from black-and-white to grayscale. the fax interface is a little annoying in that i can't access fax numbers from my outlook contacts and if i add an address to the canon fax address book there does not appear to be a way to delete it. overall, the machine is easy to use and performs with excellent quality. i am not disappointed.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jesse Liberty VINE VOICE on August 13, 2010
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This is the first multi-purpose printer/fax/scan that isn't a combination of cheap imitations of all three. The printer is really very good, fairly fast, and easily handles creating two sided output. The scanner is the best I've had, the feeder and all of the mechanics are solid and reliable, and once set up it has exceeded expectations.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By BuyerOfThings on August 11, 2011
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This multifunction unit does most things decently except for 2-sided scanning of paper that has been folded (for example, a letter in a standard envelope). Anything that is folded more than one time, like a bank statement that comes in the mail, will jam the ADF about 70% of the time. It happens when the machine tries to back feed a page to scan the back side. Better quality paper does seem to improve your odds of success, but we don't control what kind of paper the bank uses. This is really disappointing, because it really puts a kink into my plan to scan all of my paper documents, many of which are 2 sided and came in the mail. The work around is to manually place each page (front and back) on the glass and bypass the ADF.

Aside from this, this machine does everything else decently. This machine prints really fast, has a short init time from initial start up (2-3 sec), and the quality of the output is pretty good. It prints 2 sided automatically, and does so reliably. Scan quality is decent - more than enough for archiving documents, faxing and the like. However, if you are archiving family photos, you will want to use a dedicated photo scanner instead, like an Epson Perfection V600. Faxing is straight forward and intuitive, with several receive options in case you are not using a dedicated fax line. Built-in network print server is very useful and reliable. Connects to the network using hardwire ethernet.

Some annoyances: (1) There is a quirk with printing envelopes from the manual feed tray. You need to press the manual tray button and then select the paper size, every single time you use the manual feed tray. I've never had to do this with other printers. (2) This machine always wakes up around 2:00am from sleep mode, makes a lot of noise, and then goes back to sleep. It is loud enough to wake you up.

Overall, aside from the 2 sided scanning problem, this is a pretty decent machine.
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Bflo George on September 15, 2009
We liked our Canon ImageClass D780 a lot, but after 5 years it needed repairs expensive enough to prompt us to replace it. The cost of the D1150 was about the same retail price as the D780 but doesn't compare. Biggest complaint: you can't fax manually to more than one number at a time. The only way to send to multiple destinations is to create an entry and give it a name and number. We fax to mostly new destinations, so that option is an unacceptable time waster. Another annoyance: it wrinkles the edge of our envelopes, and the envelope holder holds a smaller stack than the older machine. The output tray is situated such that it's hard to see if there is anything in it unless you're very close. These are the things we don't like so far. We've had the D1150 for only a month and wish we could send it back. I will say that it's faster than the old multifunction, but I'd trade that small increase in speed in a second for the functionality and user-friendliness of the D780.Canon imageCLASS D1150 Laser Multifunction Copier (3478B005AA)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pablo R. Vitaver on June 16, 2012
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This printer will NOT do network scanning unless you buy an additional Silex printer server. The 'solution' Canon tech support provides is to run also an USB cable from one computer. Even with this setup, it was scanning but only from the glass, not from the document feeder. I called tech support several times and of course they blamed my computer, OS, other programs installed in my machine (without saying which), etc.

2 months later I gave it another try and this time a different tech support guy answered... and he solved the problem of the ADF now woking! He took me through Computer Management and changed a setting from stopped to auto.

Now it works (through USB cable, not Ethernet cable though).
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