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Glossary Terms starting with W

Definitions of terms starting with W

w
1.  An acronym for watts.
W-CDMA
1.  W-CDMA is a wideband spread-spectrum mobile air interface that utilizes the direct-sequence spread spectrum method of asynchronous code division...
w/
1.  With.
w/o
1.  Without.
wait roller
1.  Terminology sometimes used by Sharp to describe registration roller.
WAN
1.  An acronym for wide area network. Such as over a large area; IE: buildings separated by distance.
warm laser
1.  Laser unit that has been in use and has not settled into a resting state. It will not require spin up time before making the first copy.
warm-up time
1.  The amount of time before a copier can begin the first copying job after it is powered up. This time is not really an issue for lower-end machines,...
waste ink
1.  Waste ink is excess ink that has accumulated on the printhead. This excess ink is removed from the printhead by using a waste ink absorber.
waste ink absorber
1.  A waste ink absorber is a pad that is designed to soak up waste ink. Most waste ink absorbers are made from felt.
waste toner
1.  Toner that does not transfer to paper and is disposed of or recycled. Waste toner is collected in a waste toner bottle or a waste toner container.
waste toner bottle
1.  See waste toner container.
waste toner container
1.  A container that collects waste toner.
watts
1.  The SI derived unit used to measure power, equal to one joule per second. In electricity, a watt is equal to current (in amperes) multiplied by...
web
1.  Fuser cleaning belt.
weight roller
1.  Terminology sometimes used by Sharp to describe registration roller.
Wi-Fi
1.  Specified in the 802.11b specification from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Wi-Fi is a high-frequency wireless local...
wideband-CDMA
1.  See W-CDMA
Windows®
1.  Operating system.
wireless fidelity
1.  Specified in the 802.11b specification from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Wi-Fi is a high-frequency wireless local...
workflow
1.  The movement of documents around an organization for various purposes (examples sign-off and evaluation) in a process.
workstation
1.  Terminal (PC).
wrench
1.  Symbol on the display of a machine, indicating that service or routine maintenance is required.