HP LaserJet M436nda Multifunction Photocopier

Put affordable MFP performance with exceptional value to work for your business. Help protect your investment and get affordable running costs, using Original HP toner cartridges. Built-in networking and remote monitoring. Easily set up, print, and share printing resources with built-in Ethernet networking. Identify new devices and gain insight into printing with HP Web Jetadmin remote discovery and monitoring. Set the pace with reliable A3 productivity. Conserve resources with automatic two-sided printing and copying—consume up to 50% less paper. Capture both sides of the page with ease, using the 100-sheet reversing automatic document feeder. Launch tasks at the device—streamline copying; capture a two-sided ID; and darken, enlarge, or reduce images. Create a one-sided copy of a two-sided ID—quickly capture the front and back on a single-sided page.


  • Speed: 23 cpm
  • Resolution:600 x 600 dpi
  • Maximum Copies: 999
SKU: HPP00005 Category:
Connectivity Wireless capability- No II
Connectivity, standard- High speed USB 2.0 II
Copy Speed Up to 23 cpm (Normal Black)
paper size A3, A4, A5, B4, B5, Oficio 216 x 340, 8K, 16K
Paper tray Input tray: 250-sheet, Tray 1: 100 sheet
Print Featured Print speed black: Normal: Up to 23 ppm II
Recommended monthly page volume- 5000 II
Print quality black (best) Optical: 600 x 600 x 2 bit dpi, Enhanced: 1200 x 1200 dpi II
Resolution Copy resolution (black text)- Platen: Scan 600 x 600, Printing 600 x 600 II
Document feeder: Scan 600 x 600, Printing 600 x 600 II
Copy resolution (color text and graphics)- Up to 600 x 600 dpi II
Scan Featured Scan file format- TIFF, JPEG, PDF, BMP II
Scan resolution, optical-Up to 600 x 600 dpi II
Scan size, maximum- 297 x 432 mm II
Scan size (ADF), maximum- Optional ADF: 297 x 432 mm II
Scan size ADF (minimum)-Optional, 140 x 130 mm II
Scan speed (normal, A4)- Up to 30 ipm II
Duplex ADF scanning – Yes II


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