How Epson Measures Inkjet Print Speeds

ISO Print Speeds or ISO/IEC 24734 International Standard

In 2009, the inkjet printer industry adopted a new international standard for measuring print speeds. This standard, known as ISO/IEC 24734, is the most reliable method to test print speeds of inkjet printers, all-in-one printers and lasers under standard conditions.

ISO print speeds, also known as ISO/IEC 24734 print speeds, give an "apples-to-apples" speed comparison across various models for all printer manufacturers using the same method of measurement. This allows consumers to gauge the true performance of printers, in order to accurately identify a product that will match their needs.

If you would like more information on methodology, terms and measurements for ISO print speeds, see ISO print speeds.

Detailed Speed Reports

Maximum Print/Copy Speeds

In addition to laser quality print speeds, Epson also provides "maximum" print speeds for text and photo printing. This refers to speeds measured in Draft Mode.

If you would like more information on methodology, terms and measurements for maximum print speeds, see maximum print speeds.