Abouts Brother DCP-L2530DW is an entry-degree mono laser all-in-one printer aimed toward the small office and domestic workplace (SOHO) crowd, with a fee so as to be very attractive to anybody on a good finances. And it’s a completely beneficial machine, with print, scan and duplicate facilities and the potential to print duplex pages. This category of printers keeps to drop in price as a response to the quicker, greater flexible inkjets being launched by all printer makers.
Performance Brother DCP-L2530DW
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Decked out in dark grey and black, it has a small desktop footprint, but tapers out from bottom to top and is quite deep when you get to the scanner cowl. This cowl is for a Contact Image Scan (CIS) flatbed, which does an inexpensive task on textual content and pics, but isn't always so properly on greyscale originals.
In front of the scanner is a full-width manage panel, based totally round a as an alternative skimpy two-line, 16-man or woman LCD show, with out a returned-light. Given the cost of an LED, it’s difficult to see why all display panels can’t be geared up with one.
The most effective data connection is a USB socket on the again – there’s no wi-fi or network connection, though these are to be had on other machines in the variety. Software consists of Brother’s own MFL-Pro suite and, incredibly with such a low-fee machine, a copy of Nuance PaperPort 12SE, the file management and OCR software program, that's a beneficial software to have.
- Compact 3-in-1 b / w multifunction printer with automatic duplex printing including booklet printing, 250-sheet paper cassette, cut-sheet feeder, WiFi, WiFi-Direct ™, USB 2.0 interface
- Print speed: Up to 30 pages / minute (simplex), up to 15 pages / minute (duplex)
- Print resolution: 1,200 x 1,200 dpi
- Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years manufacturer's warranty
- Included in delivery: Brother DCP-L2530DW, 1 black startup toner for approx. 700 pages, power cable, driver CD, installation instructions, user manual (CD-ROM)
Specifications Brother DCP-L2530DW
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Drivers And Software
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Compatible With your Operating System.
- Windows XP 32-bit
- Windows XP 64-bit
- Windows Vista 32-bit
- Windows Vista 64-bit
- Windows 7 32-bit
- Windows 7 64-bit
- Windows 8 32-bit
- Windows 8 64-bit
- Windows 8.1 32-bit
- Windows 8.1 64-bit
- Windows 10 32-bit
- Windows 10 64-bit
How To Install Driver Setup Brother DCP-L2530DW ?
- Switch on your computer where you want to install Brother DCP-L2530DW All-in-One printer driver.
- Until unless you suggested to connect USB cable to the computer, please don’t connect it.
- Download the setup file from above link if you didn’t download them yet. Run the setup file as administrator. It triggers to start the installation wizard. Then follow the instructions until to finish it.
- at the execution of this wizard you have to connect USB cable between Brother DCP-L2530DW All-in-One printer and your computer.
- So wait for that and connect only when it asks you to connect. It will detect the Brother DCP-L2530DW All-in-One printer and go ahead to next step if all goes well.
- Input the values for each step in the wizard and complete the install.
- Now your printer is ready to use as the software of Brother DCP-L2530DW software installed successful.
More Importants :
- Before installation Drivers or Software Brother DCP-L2530DW, save all your work and close all the running programs, as the installation may interfere with other apps;
- If the setup wizard requests Administrative rights, make sure to run the setup as Administrator;
- Pay attention to all installation instructions to make sure the driver is installed correctly;
Costumer Reviews From Amazon
I got the printer delivered the day before yesterday and quickly and easily on Debian Linux on two laptops (Asus EeePC with Stretch 32Bit and a Lenovo with Jessie 64Bit) got running. The printer is registered as a Wlan printer in the domestic Wlan. The registration took seconds to the Fritzbox.
Pressure on the button of the printer, on the button of the router and already the connection was established. The router always forgives the same IP address, but at the same time I have set in the printer that he static selects the IP address when booting. Maybe superfluous, but at least it does not seem to bother.
The respective drivers downloaded from the Brother website (Brother is exemplary in the Linux support) and installed. The printer installation in the computers I have done each with the CUPS tool (just in the browser localhost: 631 enter). The printer in the WLAN is immediately recognized and installed with a few mouse clicks. Test print works. There was a short problem with the scanner. He was not recognized by the scanning program "simple-scan".