Brother MFC-J995DW Manual, User Guide, and Setup

Brother MFC-J995DW is an all-in-one inkjet printer designed for small business/home offices. The model features a variety of small office functions and high-capacity cartridges at a very low cost per page. Given these high ink volumes, you may want this all-in-one printer to have a paper tray capacity greater than 150 sheets. The printer’s 20-page document feeder and 50-page paper tray are equally moderate in capacity and therefore less suitable for large-scale work. Special media trays on the back of the chassis can hold only one sheet of paper at a time. The double-sided printer is impressive, it can print on both sides, and it’s fast. The copier can be copied quickly. It took just 15.1 seconds to complete the color copy, far faster than the average speed of 25.5 seconds. The Brother MFC-J995DW uses ADF to make a single-sided copy of the text document at 7 ppm, which is faster than its 4.7 ppm single page. The all-in-one also proved to be a fast scanner. It captured 600 dpi JPEG in just 38.5 seconds, much faster than the average of 1 minute and 10 seconds. The front control panel tilts up 45 degrees, making it easier to operate the 2.7-inch color touch screen. Although the need for a complete QWERTY keyboard to display entries on the screen, such as Wi-Fi passwords, makes my fingertips a little difficult to select, the touch screen works for most menu choices. At the bottom left of the front panel are the SD card slot and USB storage port, which are used to print or scan to a memory card or USB thumb drive, respectively. When you plug in a USB thumb drive, an on-screen menu pops up that provides three options: photos, scanning to media, and the Web (for example, for cloud printing from OneNote or OneDrive). However, even if you can scan to a thumb drive or SD card in PDF format, you cannot print a PDF from a thumb drive, but only from JPEG. When you plug in a USB thumb drive, the screen displays a preview of the photo thumbnail very slowly, usually 2 seconds or more before the first photo is displayed. You can connect Brother MFC-J995DW via wireless, USB, and Ethernet, or you can use Near Field Communication (NFC) with mobile devices. One of the quirks of the design is that USB and Ethernet ports are located in the body, not outside like fax and telephone interstring ports. You must lift the scanner glass to access them. You will need a longer cable because the serpent route to the port takes up about 1.6 feet of cable. It is still strange that neither the Quick Installation Guide nor the Reference Guide is shown in the figure where these ports are located. The Brother MFC-J995DW setup guide includes fax instructions, but no USB or Ethernet instructions (the word “Ethernet” does not even appear in the reference guide).

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Brother MFC-J995DW Manual

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