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HP LaserJet Pro 550 Sheet Feeder Tray

Misco No. : 2568118
Manufacturer/No: HP INC / D9P29A
Price:
£109.95 Ex VAT
£131.94 Inc VAT
Availability: Out of stock
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HP LaserJet Pro 550 Sheet Feeder Tray

With added input capacity of 550-sheets and media flexibility, this accessory supports greater productivity and less printer management. Have different print media ready in the printer when you need it, and print up to 900-pages without reloading.






Product Specifications

Product DescriptionHP media tray / feeder - 550 sheets
Product TypeMedia tray / feeder
Total Media Capacity550 sheets in 1 trays
Dimensions (WxDxH)38.1 cm x 35.7 cm x 13.1 cm
Weight3.7 kg
Media Sizes215.9 x 355.6 mm, 104.9 x 148.59 mm
Designed ForLaserJet Pro M402d, M402dn, M402dne, M402dw, M402n, MFP M426fdn, MFP M426fdw



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