Sharp MX2314 Photocopier

From £1,499.00

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  • Print, Copy & Scan
  • 23 pages per minute in Mono & Colour
  • 100 Sheet Document Feeder
  • 1 x 500 sheet paper tray
  • 100 sheet by-pass tray
  • 7.0″ Colour LCD touch-screen
  • Duplexing
  • Paper weights of up to 300 gsm*
SKU: 3113. Category: .

Product Description

If you’re looking for an A3 colour MFP that can meet your team’s ever-changing challenges, it’s time to take a look at the MX-2314N. Sharp have boosted the performance of one of THEmost popular entry-level colour MFPs and created an entire range of extra-value optional features. That means you can configure it to meet your exact requirements today – at an affordable price – but easily upgrade it if your needs change in the future.

The compact design of the MX-2314N contains every essential feature as standard. Rapid two-sided printing, copying and scanning, superb image quality, advanced connectivity, tough security in an environmentally advanced design – it’s all there. Output speeds are as fast as 23 pages per minute, even in full colour. And if you have two* identical machines you can share jobs between them, tackling urgent tasks in half the time. Performance is enhanced still further thanks to Sharp Advanced Printing Language-c and standard PCL6 emulation, plus you get an entire suite of powerful productivity and device management tools and software.

A 7.0-inch colour touchscreen with thumbnail previews* puts everything at your fingertips and dual USB ports are provided for driverless printing and scanning. Just walk up, plug in your memory stick and get to work.

Free Delivery

*We offer Free Delivery to anywhere within Mainland UK which applies to all products, when you take our fully inclusive cost per copy service agreement.
If you need products shipped outside the UK then we also have the ability to ship globally. One of our dedicated sales account managers will be able to discuss your specific requirements with you.

Important: The MFD products offered on our website require specialist knowledge to install and maintain which cannot be carried out on a DIY basis. These products are offered with optional installation, service and maintenance packages at the time of purchase or as required and we strongly recommend you take advantage of these offerings. If you decide not to take advantage of these services we will conclude that you intend to make your own arrangements for the installation and on-going servicing via an authorised service agent.

After sales service and support is of the upmost importance to us to ensure that the product you have selected continues to operate to its optimum level at all times.

At UK Photocopiers Direct, nothing is more important than the after-sales support of our clients.

Importantly, all of the machines supplied will be delivered and supported directly by our manufacturing partners. This ensures that our clients receive the best service from an expert on that product. It also guarantees that only genuine parts, toner and consumables are used at all times. This ensures that your machines operate at their optimum and enables us to provide you with total satisfaction guarantees.

A pro-active maintenance programme means your machine is serviced before it fails. Engineers will carry out routine maintenance on a regular bases based on usage and user codes set up within the machine. This combined with checking all the high mortality parts and replacing them if worn at each visit, means the machine is reliable from service to service.

Our service agreements cover the cost of all consumables, parts, labour and toner. All you will pay is a small “cost per page” charge for each print or copy you produce, which pays for the service and supplies ”rovided. Our “cost per page” rates are comprehensive and highly competitive.

There are no minimum volumes required, which means you only ever pay for the pages you have used.

Our customer care team will ensure that all of your requirements are met throughout the contract and will call you quarterly to make sure you are happy with your chosen product and the service we provide.

For more information on the aftersales service and support we provide, please contact one of our experienced account managers on 0844 41 42 777.

Installation & Product Training

Installation & Product Training

Once you have selected your new machine it is important that it is connected to your computers correctly for printing and scanning.

Below is a simple guide on how to load the drivers in most Windows based environments, however if you would like a fully trained technician to guarantee the smooth installation and conduct full product training, then this can be carried out by us.

Product training will cover all the facilities of the machine you have selected so that you make best use of its functionality. This comprehensive overview will also include how to change toner and consumable items which will ensure on going reliability.

Installing Drivers

Please Note: The instructions below relate to installing drivers for a networked device. When installing drivers for a local printer please remember to select a local printer in the add printer wizard and to tell Windows if you’re printing over Parallel (LPT1) or USB.
For Windows 2008 Users
Click on start
Click on Control Panel
Now click on Printers icon
Right click on a blank area where the list of printers are shown
Select Run as Administrator, then select Add a Printer
Click on Continue
Click Add a Local Printer
Select Create a new port and select Standard TCP/IP from the dropdown
Click Next
In the Device Type dropdown box select TCP/IP Device
Type in the IP Address of the printer in the next box
Leave the Port Name as default in the last box
Make sure that the Query the Printer… is unselected
Now Click Next
Select Generic Network Card and click Next
Now Click Have Disk
Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files
Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok
Now select your model from the list
Click Next
Now type in your desired name for the printer and click
Select accordingly to setting this as the default printer
Click Next
Share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to
Then click Next
Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer
Click to printa Test Page
Click finish

For Windows 7 Users
Click on start
Click on Control Panel
Now click on Devices and Printers icon
Click on the Add Printer icon
Select Add Local Printer
If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)
If you are printing to a networked device select “Create a new port”
In the dropdown box select “Standard TCP/IP Port”
Click Next
Type in the IP Address of the printer
Leave the Port Name as default
Make sure that the Query the Printer… is unselected
Now Click Next
Select Generic Network Card and click Next
Now Click Have Disk
Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files
Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok
Now select your model from the list
Click Next
Now type in your desired name for the printer and click Next
share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to
Then click Next
Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer
Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page
Click finish

For Windows XP/2003 Users
Click on start
Click on Control Panel
Now click on Printers and Faxes icon
Click on the Add Printer icon
Click Next
Select Local Printer attached to this Computer
If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)
If you are printing to a networked device select “Create a new port”
In the dropdown box select “Standard TCP/IP Port”
Click Next
Click Next again
Type in the IP Address
Leave the Port Name as default
Now Click finish
Now Click Have Disk
Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files
Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok
Now select your model from the long list
Click Next
Now type in your desired name for the printer
Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer
share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to
Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page
Click finish
The above relates to Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, Windows Server 2003, Windows Small Business Server 2003
Please Note: The procedure above is the same for Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition.
For Windows 2000 Users
Click on start
Scroll up to Settings
Now go across to Printers
Click on the Add Printer icon
Click Next
Select Local Printer attached to this Computer
If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)
If you are printing to a networked device select “Create a new port”
In the dropdown box select “Standard TCP/IP Port”
Click Next
Click Next again
Type in the IP Address
Leave the Port Name as default
Now Click finish
Now Click Have Disk
Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files
Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok
Now select your model from the long list
Click Next
Now type in your desired name for the printer
Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer
share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to
Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page
Click finish
The above relates to Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Small Business Server
Top4Office recommends Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
For Windows NT4.0 Users
Click on start
Scroll up to Settings
Now go across to Printers
Click on the Add Printer icon
Click Next
Select Local Printer attached to this Computer
If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)
If you are printing to a networked device select “Create a new port”
In the dropdown box select “LPR Port ”
Click Next
Click Next again
Type in the IP Address
The Port Name must be print – must be lower case
Now Click finish
Now Click Have Disk
Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files
Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok
Now select your model from the long list
Click Next
Now type in your desired name for the printer
Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer
share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to
Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page
Click finish
The above relates to Windows NT4.0 Server, Windows NT4.0 Workstation,Windows Small Business Server 4.5,Windows NT4.0 Terminal Server
Top4Office recommends Windows NT4.0 Service Pack 6
For Windows 95/98/Me Users
Click on start
Scroll up to Settings
Now go across to Printers
Click on the Add Printer icon
Click Next
Select Local Printer attached to this Computer
If you are printing over Parallel select LPT1 (Recommended Port)
If you are printing to a networked device select “Create a new port”
In the dropdown box select “LPR Port ”
Click Next
Click Next again
Type in the IP Address
The Port Name must be print – must be lower case
Now Click finish
Now Click Have Disk
Browse your hard disk to where you unzipped the driver files
Double Click on the .inf file and then click ok
Now select your model from the long list
Click Next
Now type in your desired name for the printer
Answer Yes or No to setting this as the default printer
share the printer out to other windows machines if you want to
Answer Yes or No to printing a Test Page
Click finish
The above relates to Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition