Question about Xerox Phaser 8560MFP Laser Printer
The operational power consumption of the Xerox Phaser 8560MFP/D is around 230 Watts. It is OK to plug a printer into a UPS outlet that uses only the surge protector outlet on the UPS. The usual advice is to not plug a printer into a UPS outlet that will draw power from the battery. Inkjet printers use little power and can be connected to a UPS. Laser printers use much more power. Don't plug them into a UPS unless you are sure the batteries can supply enough power. Since you have a laser printer, I wouldn't plug it into the battery side of the UPS unless it had at east twice the required wattage of your printer, if it is the only device to be used on that UPS. I wouldn't recommend plugging it into a UPS that has a computer, server, etc. plugged in as well, especially if it is mission critical.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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