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Last Revised: 10/06/2005

Title: TEMPEST Level I
Status: No longer produced
Category: Facsimile, Secure
Manufacturer: Cryptek Secure Communications, LLC.
Model: TS-40
Description: The Cryptek TS-40 Digital Plain Paper Secure Facsimile machine combines the latest laser printing technology with high resolution scanning. The TS-40 automatically recognizes photographs and maps, Providing clarity and shading using halftone technology. In addition to commercial standards, the TS-40 supports US Mil-Std-188-161D Type I and NATO STANAG 5000Type I protocols. Paper handling is also flexible with support for US and non-US paper sizes and optional paper drawers, which increase the total paper capacity to 1000 sheets. Dual access maximizes productivity by allowing users to scan up to 70 pages into memory for transmission even while the machine is busy sending or receiving. Specifications
Operation:Black/White, Halftone, 64 shades of gray, RS232 Digital, Sychronous mode, Asynchronous mode, Commercial Group 3
Resolution: Low: 203hx98v pels/inch (8.5 x 3.85 pels/mm)
Medium: 203h x 196v pels/inch (8.0 x 7.7 pels/mm)
High: 203hx391v pels/inch (8.0 x 15.4 pels/mm)
Document Handling: 50 page Automatic Document Feeder
Transmission Rates: 2.4 Kbps to 16 Kbps synchronous
300 bps to 19.2 Kbps asynchronous
Capability: STE, STU-III/II, STU-IIB, KG-84 A/C, KY-57/58, KY-68, ELECROVOX and SPENDEX
Weight: 33 lbs. without consumables (15kg)
Power: 108-132 VAC, 47-63 Hz, single phase, 460 Watts maximum
Optional 215-240 VAC, 47-63 Hz
Power save mode
Document Memory: 1 MB (70 pages) standard
Additional 1 Mb (85 pages), 2 Mb (165 pages), 4 Mb (335 pages) or 8 Mb (670 pages)
Other Features: Automatic send/receive reduction, 3-second quick scan/dual access operation, 140 station auto dialer


Date Posted: Jan 15, 2009 | Last Modified: Jun 11, 2009 | Last Reviewed: Jun 11, 2009