The Canon IR ADVANCE C5051 driver is the software that controls the printer.
A few other features of this software are its ability to print from anywhere on your network, as well as its ability to work with many different types of printers.
How to install driver for Canon IR ADVANCE C5051 printer
- In the table below, select the operating system that suits you;
- Download the driver or software by clicking on the “Download” button
- After the download is complete, run the file. To start, in most operating systems, you need to double-click on the installation file and follow the prompts of the wizard.
- The “Installation Wizard” will help you install the printer driver and software correctly
Canon IR ADVANCE C5051 driver for Windows
Canon IR ADVANCE C5051 drivers for Mac OS
Canon IR ADVANCE C5051 software for Windows
Canon IR ADVANCE C5051 is an excellent printer for office use. The device also provides high-quality printing with clear text and good color reproduction, so you don’t have to worry about making your documents look professional or legible.
The printer can be connected to Wi-Fi and Ethernet. It has a touch screen interface, which makes it easy to use. The printer is equipped with a scanner that makes it easier to scan documents and photos. The printer also supports two-sided printing, so you can print on both sides of the paper at the same time.
It prints at a speed of up to 200 pages per minute thanks to the two-way automatic document feed and the print head alignment system. It has a resolution of 600 x 600 dpi, a monthly duty cycle of 150,000 pages and a throughput of 1,000 sheets. The machine weighs just over 400 pounds and measures 43 x 38 x 28 inches (HxWxD).
The device is also equipped with an automatic document submission function that allows you to scan documents up to A3 format. It can easily copy double-sided originals thanks to a high-speed automatic document feeder that can scan documents up to A3 size.
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