Canon MultiPASS C855

Category: Printer
Manufacturer: Canon Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 568.36 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.0.1.0 / 11 Sep 2001

Windows device driver information for Canon MultiPASS C855

The Canon MultiPASS C855 is based on the proprietary Super G3 technology which allows the computer user to send and receive fax messages using high speed data transmission processes. This operation can be carried out either in colored or black and white modes. The device driver also supports the proprietary Bubble Jet printing technology of the manufacturer. This is primarily based on the Inkjet printing technology which makes use of electronic impulses to control the flow of ink that passes through the nozzles to generate the printed image. This functionality is supported by the Think Tank System which is another proprietary technology. This particular technology allows the computer user to maximize the use of ink which results in the printing of a maximum of 4,000 copies per ink cartridge. This is based on the manufacturer's specifications of a printing speed of 17 printed pages per minute using black and white printing mode. For colored printing mode the maximum speed is set by the manufacturer at 12 printed pages per minute. The actual printing speed however would depend on the contents of the document as well as the current load of the host computer system.

Outdated Drivers?

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As a multifunctional hardware component the Canon MultiPASS C855 not only prints and faxes documents but also allows the computer user to implement copy operations. The copy function supported by the device driver of this hardware component provides the computer user with the option of creating either black and white or colored copies of documents. The device driver is only used when the supported hardware component is connected to a host computer system. This means that this multifunctional device can also be deployed as a standalone machine. As an added functionality the device driver allows for the implementation of delayed transmissions that allows for the sending of documents to a maximum of 50 destinations. The sequential broadcast capability of the Canon MultiPASS C855 allows for the specification of up to 113 locations supported by a built-in memory that can store up to 270 pages. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Canon MultiPASS C855 errors before installing any driver updates.