Winning the Energy Conservation Prize for ten consecutive years
Fuji Xerox's full-color multifunction devices / printers "ApeosPort-III / DocuCentre-III C2200/C3300/C2205/C3305 series and DocuPrint C2250/C3360"Note have won the Director General Prize of Agency of Natural Resources and Energy in the 19th Energy Conservation Grand Prize for 2008 (energy-saving machines and systems category) presented by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan. This marks the 10th consecutive win for Fuji Xerox products since the company's product was first given the award in 1999. The achievement reflects the company's continuous commitment to developing energy saving products in its wide range of product categories.
Equipped with the newly-developed Power Supply Control ASIC, which enables the network communication function while CPU is powered off, the energy-saving controller has substantially improved energy efficiency, requiring less than 2.0W of power while in the sleep mode. This represents 80% improvement over previous models.
The exposure device incorporates the lightweight and high resolution LED printhead, newly developed to replace the conventional laser system. This innovation has reduced power consumption during exposure by 45% from 8.6W under the laser system to just 4.7W. It also weighs only 13% of the conventional exposure device and eliminates noise from the motor.
The award-winning models use a biomass resin material that has attained the "BiomassPla Label" certification (Note 3) for the first time in the industry for its 30% content of plant-derived constituent by weight. This has cut CO2 emission by at least 16% from conventional petroleum-based plastic, based on LCA assessment.