|Item Weight||15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.2 x 14 x 7.2 inches|
|Item model number||HL-L2340DW|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HL-L2340dW|
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Brother HL-L2340DW Compact Laser Printer, Monochrome, Wireless Connectivity, Two-Sided Printing, Mobile Device Printing, Amazon Dash Replenishment Ready
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|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi, USB|
|Recommended Uses For Product||Office, Home|
|Maximum Print Speed (Color)||27|
|Max Printspeed Monochrome||27 ppm|
About this item
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- Fast, high-quality printing at up to 27ppm
- Easy to set up and share on your wireless network or connect locally via USB interface
- Print from your mobile device via: Air print, Google cloud Print, Brother iPrint & Scan, cortado workplace, Wi-Fi Direct
- Automatic duplex (two-sided) printing to help save paper
- 250-sheet capacity tray adjustable for letter or legal, plus a manual feed slot for envelope printing
- Class 1 Laser Product, power output is enclosed
- Consumable Type: Toner Cartridge; Drum
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|Sold By||Amazing Lighting deal||Super Tech USA (S/N Recorded)||Newhope Dreams||Metro-(Wholesale)||Triplenet Pricing INC|
|Color||black||Grey & Black||Gray Black||Black||Gray|
|Connectivity Technology||USB, Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, USB, NFC||Ethernet, Wireless, USB||Wi-Fi||Wireless|
|Item Dimensions||14.2 x 14 x 7.2 inches||14 x 14.2 x 7.2 inches||14 x 14.2 x 7.2 inches||14 x 7.2 x 14.2 inches||4.37 x 6.77 x 7.8 inches|
|Item Weight||15.00 lbs||15.90 lbs||—||—||15.90 lbs|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||27 pages per minute||32 pages per minute||26.00 pages per minute||—||36 pages per minute|
|Maximum Media Size||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||—||—||—|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows, Mac, Linux||Android, iOS, macOS 10.14 Mojave, Linux, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7||—||—|
|Print media||Fabric, Labels, Paper (plain), Envelopes||Envelopes, Paper (plain), Card stock||Paper (plain)||—||Envelopes|
|Resolution||2400 x 600 DPI||—||—||—||2400 x 600 DPI|
|Special Features||Wireless||Auto-Duplex||Wireless||Auto Duplex||Wireless|
What's in the box
Speed, reliability, and flexibility are just a few of the attributes of the Brother HL L2340DW Compact Laser Printer. Designed with small office and home office professionals in mind, this compact, desk friendly printer produces sharp black and white pages at up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution. Thanks to its lightning quick printing speed of up to 27 ppm and automatic duplex printing, it's ideal for producing business documents including multi page reports, spreadsheets, invoices, and more. Connecting to multiple devices is a snap with the Brother HL L2340DW Compact Laser Printer. You can interface with the printer via wireless networks, Hi Speed 2.0 interface, USB 2.0, and mobile devices.
Although compact in design, the Brother HL L2340DW does not lack in business friendly features. Easily print two sided documents with the duplex laser printer and 250 sheet capacity tray. Automatic duplex printing delivers crisp black and white documents, helps save paper, and is environmentally conscious. The HL L2340DW Compact Laser Printer can expedite all of your printing needs via an adjustable paper tray that handles letter or legal size paper and a manual feed slot for printing envelopes and letterheads. A manual feed slot with rear paper exit provides a straight through path—ensuring all printed materials are top quality.
For those with multiple devices, the wireless connectivity feature permits employees or visitors to your office to print documents directly from their mobile devices. This streamlines efficiency with connectivity via AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace, and Wi Fi Direct. The Brother HL L23400DW Compact Laser Printer is easy to install and comes with a 1 year limited warranty and free phone support for the life of your product.
From the manufacturer
HL-L2340DW Compact Laser Printer with Wireless and Duplex
This Compact Laser Printer with Easy-to-install Wireless Networking and Automatic Duplex Printing Provides Fast, Low-cost Printing for Your Home Office or Small Office.
The Brother HL-L2340DW is a fast, reliable monochrome laser printer designed squarely with the Small Office and Home Office (SOHO) user in mind. Its compact, desk-friendly size is ideal for smaller offices where working space is at a premium, and it prints sharp, professional black and white pages at up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution. Thanks to its fast print speed of up to 27 ppm, and automatic duplex printing, it's ideal for printing business documents including multi-page reports, spreadsheets, invoices, and more.
Multiple connectivity options, plus an easy-to-use LCD display and control panel.
Brother improved upon its previous generation of SOHO monochrome laser printers by adding a one-line LCD display for easy navigation and menu selection. This also helps simplify wireless setup, so you can easily share the HL-L2340DW with others on a wireless network using your 802.11 b/g/n connection. You can also connect to a single computer using a USB cable(1) via the Hi-Speed USB port.
Mobile Device Printing
The HL-L2340DW gives you a full menu of choices for connecting to Apple, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone, or Blackberry mobile devices via(2): AirPrint, Brother iPrint & Scan, Cortado Workplace and also Wi-Fi Direct, which allows you to print wirelessly from a computer or mobile device without the need for a router.
Budget-friendly acquisition and low-cost printing
The HL-L2340DW has an attractive cost for SOHO users who are keeping a close eye on their budgets.
Flexible paper handling for busy SOHO environments
The HL-L2340DW is ideal for small offices and home offices, thanks to its adjustable, 250-sheet capacity paper tray that handles letter or legal size paper and a manual feed slot with a straight through paper path that ensures jobs printed on letterhead and envelopes always look their best.
|Input Paper Capacity (Standard / Maximum)||250 sheets / 250 sheets||250 sheets / 250 sheets||250 sheets / 250 sheets||250 sheets / 750 sheets||250 sheets / 750 sheets|
|Bypass / Multi-purpose tray||Single-sheet manual feed slot||Single-sheet manual feed slot||Single-sheet manual feed slot||Up to 50-sheet capacity multi-purpose tray||Up to 50-sheet capacity multi-purpose tray|
|Automatic Duplex Printng||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Standard Interfaces||Hi-Speed USB 2.0||Wireless 802.11b/g/n, Hi-Speed USB 2.0, Wi Fi Direct||Wireless 802.11b/g/n, Hi-Speed USB 2.0, Ethernet, Wi Fi Direct||Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB 2.0||Wireless 802.11b/g, Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB 2.0|
|Mobile Device Compatibility(2)||N/A||AirPrint, Brother iPrint; Scan, Cortado Workplace||AirPrint, Brother iPrint; Scan, Cortado Workplace||AirPrint, Brother iPrint; Scan, Cortado Workplace||AirPrint, Brother iPrint; Scan, Cortado Workplace|
|LCD Display||No||1-line LCD display||2.7” Color TouchScreen Display||No||1-line LCD display|
Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2016
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I bought this printer based on the good reviews to print both from my kid's chromebooks and my MacBook Pro (OS 10.8.5). It took longer than it said it should to install including enabling Google cloud printing for the Chromebooks, but I was able to print from both devices. However, the next time I tried to print from my Mac, it could not find the printer. After some research online, it appeared this was due to the printer being in deep sleep mode and the printer not automatically waking as it should when sent a print job. I didn't think this would be too bad of an issue if I could remotely wake the printer each time before sending the job. But when I accessed the printer settings page (http://10.0.0.130 for my printer) I could verify the printer was in sleep mode, but there was no way to change it or wake it up. I was annoyed at the thought that I was going to have to walk over to the printer every time I wanted to print and press one of the buttons to manually wake it up before sending a print job (defeats the purpose of having a wireless printer!), but the printer didn't even wake up pressing its buttons (despite the manual saying this should work).
Alas, more research revealed that the REAL problem might be my Mac wasn't finding the printer because of its IP address. I was first clued into this by dupuytren in this thread -- http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1849993 -- where he said that the printer and router address need to be similar, i.e. starting with the same numbers as in 10.0.0.XXX. His weren't and changing his printer ip to be similar to that of the router fixed his problem, at least until he ran into another issue that caused him to buy another router (no thanks!). But this thread (http://www.fixya.com/support/t6151863-mfc_7840w_printer) gave me hope my Mac still wasn't finding my printer because of its IP address. So (thanks to dupuytren instructions) I looked up and verified my printer's ip address on the printer itself:
1. On printer press Up/Down or +/- button until you see Network. Press Ok.
2. Using Up/Down, follow WLAN>Press OK>TCP/IP>Press OK>IP address.
3. Write down IP address, including all 0's. Mine was 010.000.000.130
Then I went on my Mac to see if I could manually add the printer using this IP address. So I opened System Preferences, Print & Scan. Hit the (+) button to add a printer. (Note my printer did not show up on Default tab since my whole issue is my Mac cannot find the printer!) On IP tab under address, entered the IP address I just wrote down (010.000.000.130), leaving Protocol as "Line Printer Daemon - LPD", Queue empty, Name - gave it something useful, Location empty, Use - picked this printer model driver (guess it was there because I previously installed it). Viola! I sent a print job and it found the printer and started firing up!
Why did this work? Actually I'm not sure. I find it hard to believe that the when I set up the printer set up on my Mac by IP address that the extra 0's mattered. Though I had previously tried adding this printer on my mac using the IP address without the extra 0's (10.0.0.130) but it gave me an error. Now, I wonder if it has to do with the "WLAN" setting on the printer. I read somewhere that Brother printers won't enter deep sleep if that is on. So may that is why it is printing fine now -- it no longer seems to be entering into deep sleep mode. To check your printer WLan setting, go to the printer page in your browser and under Lists/Reports, print "Network Configuration".
Note, one step I had also done (but I don't think made a difference), is change the IP setting on my printer to be static instead of the default auto (used the buttons on the printer and the directions provided by dupuytren). But I don't think this mattered in my solution because I never changed the IP address and it has remained the same since I first connected my printer. But this will prevent it from changing moving forward.
As to my rating, I really like the speed and output of this printer but cannot give it more than 3 stars since it was such a pain to get working with a Mac, which is advertised as being compatible with!
Since I got this printer successfully printing jobs from my Macbook, I noticed the printer no longer enters DEEP SLEEP mode only SLEEP mode. I'm not sure what change I made that caused this to happen, but I suspect this is why I am able to print.
For whatever reason, this week I had a problem with my printer set-up. I think somehow the static IP address I set was changed, but the problem it caused was that my kids Chromebooks could see the printer but it was showing as "offline" so they could not send it print jobs. This problem persisted even after I reset the printer to the same static IP address I had been using. So, I figured the best thing to do would be to delete the printer from Google, re-register it to my account and then reshare the printer to my kids google accounts. Well that's when my problems really started! When I went into the printer web interface (http://10.0.0.130 for my printer), selected the "network" tab, then "protocol" and then clicked on Google Cloud Print, I got to the page with the button to "register" my printer with Google Cloud Print. Well it didn't work and gave me an error that it couldn't connect to Google. After calling Brother support, they told me it was a problem with my Google account. I disagreed with them, as it was never getting to the step where it prompts you for your Google account information. After much insistence, the support person escalated my call to "level 5" and said I'd get a call back from a software engineer-type person the next day. Meanwhile, I kept repeatedly going through the network setup wizard (using the buttons on the printer) and lo and behold it finally set it up slightly differently. It automatically used I think DCHP as the boot method and then that caused the "gateway id" and "subnet mask" to be populated with real numbers (previously both all zeros). When I retried registering my printer with Google, it worked! I since went back and changed the boot method to static ip address (it had already assigned the same static ip address value I had been using). The only other parameter difference I noted is ipv6 is now off (had turned on earlier to see if that would help). Needless to say, I printed out all the printer settings, so if I ever have an issue again I can reset the settings to this now working state.
As an IMPORTANT aside....in all my research to get this working, I found online directions on HOW TO DISABLE THE DEEP SLEEP (that is not an option in the printer web interface or on the printer itself, well at least not an obvious option). Again, I'm not positive if the Deep Sleep mode being activate is why I had my original problems with my Macbook not being able to access the printer, but I'm pretty sure it was the reason, so I'm happy to know how to turn off DEEP SLEEP and keep it off (as when my new issues began this week, DEEP SLEEP was somehow reactivated on my printer).
To cancel DEEP SLEEP on Brother Printer, using the buttons on the printer...
Use arrow buttons to scroll through menu choices...
Go to General Setup then OK
Ecology then OK
SLEEP TIME then OK
While sleep time is display push Down Arrow and BACK at the same time! Then press OK.
DEEP SLEEP on/off toggle by Arrow keys
OK to SAVE Deep Sleep off.
Re: brother support, I finally did get a call back (2 days later) from a software engine-type who was more knowledgeable. I had already fixed the problem by then on my own, but he did seem interested in testing some of this out. Also surprisingly he had never heard that the DEEP SLEEP setting was something that could be turned on/off, and said while it might be something they don't want to advertise to the general public, it would probably make sense to incorporate it into their own internal support database.
1. Setup: It's been about 15 minutes since the Fedex guy left the box at my door, and I have already printed my homework for next week. Set up and installation took me a grand total of about 5 minutes, and having an apple computer was no hindrance at all. When you open the box you will find the printer, some documentation (including a CD with drivers), and a starter toner cartridge. The printer has a little strip of paper with pictures that show you how to install the toner cartridge (although I wish there had been written instructions to accompany it). The documentation is mostly safety information and a page about product registration. There isn't a quick start guide or an instruction manual, and I couldn't use the provided CD because my computer doesn't have a disc drive, but that was no obstacle. Here's what I did (based on setting up printers in the past): plugged the printer into my computer with a usb cable (this did not come with the product, you can buy it separately on Amazon for about $10), went to the Brother website, selected my country, typed in the model number, selected my operating system (actually it was already selected), opened up the downloaded file, and then followed the instructions (once my computer opened the downloaded file there was an icon named "start here." I just double clicked that). That was it. The website was easy to navigate, and all I had to do to set up the wifi was enter the password for my network when prompted by the set up software. If you're using an apple computer, when the software has you add the printer to your computer's list of printers, be sure to follow the instructions carefully. The dialogue box will tell you to to select a certain option in the "use" list. That's probably the most complicated part of set up, so, if you can follow instructions and select options from a drop down menu, you'll be able to install this printer.
2. Quality: This is my first laser printer, and I am quite pleased. Another reviewer advised not to buy this product for the quality, but so far I cannot see why. The pages I have printed out are very clear, and at the moment I don't think I'm ever going to go back to inkjet printers. The text is so crisp, and there are no lines or smudges. There's also no drying time for the ink. I realize the ink from inkjet printers dries pretty fast, but sometimes I would have to wait a few minutes before I could feed the paper back into the printer for double sided printing.
3. Use: I am just about over the moon for the automatic double sided printing. My last printer didn't have that feature, so I had to select "print odd pages only" and then manually feed the paper back into the machine to print the even pages. It wasn