Kyocera Responds to Changing Market Demands with Three New Series of MFPs and Printers

Meets evolving customer expectations by combining superior performance and resolution with even greater energy efficiency.

FAIRFIELD, N.J. – June 20, 2018 – KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc., one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, today introduced three new series of MFPs and printers developed for document-intensive small-to-medium sized businesses, especially those for whom environmental efficiency is also a significant concern. With brilliant resolution, fast printing speeds, and expandable paper capacities – all in a compact footprint – these energy-efficient MFPs and printers can be custom-fit to serve the needs of companies in a wide variety of industries.

ECOSYS M6635cidn Series
o ECOSYS M6635cidn, ECOSYS M6235cidn, ECOSYS M6630cidn

ECOSYS P7240cdn Series

o ECOSYS P7240cdn, ECOSYS P6235cdn, ECOSYS P6230cdn

ECOSYS M3645idn Series

o ECOSYS M3645idn, ECOSYS M3145idn

Conserve Energy, Reduce Cost
Kyocera has a long-standing commitment to the environment. Each of these new models is in full compliance with the new, enhanced standards of ENERGY STAR® 3.0. “We wanted to offer customers devices that meet both the needs of their business and the needs of the environment,” said Douglas Cole, Director, Product Marketing, Corporate Marketing Division for KYOCERA Document Solutions America.

These ECOSYS MFPs and printers reduce both costs and environmental impact through the use of long-life consumables, and their ability to shift to sleep mode automatically. According to Cole, “Low-power sleep mode is an extremely effective way to reduce consumption, especially because many devices are left on indefinitely.”

KYOCERA Fleet Services: A Win/Win Service Model for Dealers & Customers
All three series support KYOCERA Fleet Services (KFS), a comprehensive remote monitoring system that offers a window into almost every aspect of customers’ devices, from toner levels to detailed analytics reports. Dealers can perform many services without going on-site: firmware updates, error-code resets, real-time diagnostics, and more.

Combined with Kyocera’s one print driver approach to fleet administration, KFS reduces the amount of time IT departments spend on MFP and printer issues, allowing them to focus their attention almost exclusively on IT issues.

ECOSYS M6635cidn MFP Series: Compact Versatility
Featuring print, copy, scan, and fax (ECOSYS M6235cidn, a non fax model), the ECOSYS M6635cidn Series of color MFPs can meet the demands of even the busiest small-to-mid-sized offices. All three models feature true 1200 x 1200 dpi (at reduced speed), a 7” color touch-screen, optional Wireless and Wi-Fi Direct® capabilities. The series is HyPAS-enabled, ready to run select Kyocera Business Applications, as well as Mobile Print/Scan capability via KYOCERA Mobile Print™, Google Cloud Print™, and Mopria®.

What makes the ECOSYS M6635cidn and ECOSYS M6235cidn especially useful for document-heavy environments is its 100-sheet Dual Scan Document Processor (DSDP), which allows double-sided documents to be scanned in a single pass, significantly reducing time spent on large projects.

The ECOSYS P7240cdn Printer Series: Brilliant Color, Exceptional Durability
These color printers are ideal for offices with high-quality output with high-volume demands. All three deliver brilliant true 1200 x 1200 dpi (at reduced speed). The ECOSYS P7240cdn has an a-Si long-life drum that can produce up to 300,000 images, while the ECOSYS P6235cdn and ECOSYS P6230cdn can produce up to 200,000 images. Users with high-volume print needs can also opt for additional paper storage, topping out at an impressive 2,100 sheets.

The ECOSYS M3645idn MFP Series – Maximal and Multi-Functional
At 47-ppm, the ECOSYS M3645idn Series of black and white MFPs deliver print, copy, color scan, and fax functionality (ECOSYS M3145idn, a non fax model), as well as the ability to run select HyPAS business applications. The a-Si long-life drum delivers reliability, and the paper capacity of 2,600 sheets delivers in a big way on productivity, maximizing uptime when running long jobs.

“These black and white MFPs pack a punch – the 1200 x 1200 dpi images are extremely crisp…  and don't compromise the 47-page-per-minute pace,” says Chuck Clarke, Product Marketing Manager. “That’s saying something when you’re printing, copying, scanning, and even faxing on the same device throughout the day.”

The ECOSYS M6635cidn and ECOSYS M3645idn MFP Series, and the ECOSYS P7240cdn Printer Series represent much of what makes Kyocera such a respected name in document imaging: high quality output, award-winning reliability, and extreme versatility, all delivered in ecological, economical devices that will enhance the productivity of virtually any business.

Pricing and Availability
Available through authorized Kyocera dealers at the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of:

ECOSYS M6635cidn Series


ECOSYS M6635cidn


ECOSYS M6235cidn


ECOSYS M6630cidn


ECOSYS P7240cdn Series


ECOSYS P7240cdn  


ECOSYS P6235cdn


ECOSYS P6230cdn


ECOSYS M3645idn Series


ECOSYS M3645idn


ECOSYS M3145idn



KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc. (, headquartered in Fairfield, N.J., is a leading provider of computer-connectable document imaging and document management systems, including network-ready digital MFPs/printers, laser printers, color MFPs/printers, digital laser facsimiles, and multifunctional and wide format imaging solutions. KYOCERA Document Solutions America is a group company of KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc., a core company of the KYOCERA Corporation, the world's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced ceramics and associated products, including telecommunications equipment, semiconductor packages and electronic components.

KYOCERA Document Solutions America, the first document solutions company with third-party certified sales data, has received numerous honors for its products’ high performance, reliability, and cost efficiency. KYOCERA Corporation's consolidated net revenues were in excess of $14 billion for the fiscal year ending on March 31, 2018.

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