Cryptek L-3 6200-SF Secure Fax

By: Cryptek  09-12-2011

The Cryptek L-3 6200-SF Secure Fax is a cost-effective, plain-paper compact laser fax with datarates from 2.4 Kbps to 64 Kbps.  This fax meets the requirements of:  TEMPEST NSTISSAM /1-92, Level I; CID09/15A, Level I; and SDIP-27 Level A (providing the equipment and associated systems are installed to the requirements identified in SDIP-29).

Ruggedized and transportable, this fax is compatible with L-3 STE and OMNI SCIP devices, General Dynamics SCIP devices, MSE, STUII, STU IIB, Brent and other NATO Encryption.


  • STE KSV-21 SCIP compatible
  • MIL-STD-188-161D and STANAG 5000 compatible
  • PC connectivity
  • High-quality 600 DPI print and 400 DPI scan
  • 3 second super G3 transmission


  • Most economical secure facsimile
  • Expandable paper capacity



  • ITU-T G3 (V.34, V.8), ECM

Document Size

  • Max. 10.1 in. x 78.7 in., Min. 5.8 in. x 5in.

Effective Sacnning Width

Scanner Resolution

  • Standard: 203 dpi x 98 lpi
  • Fine:  203 dpi x 196 lpi
  • Super Fine: 203 dpi x 391 lpi

Scanning Speed

Coding Scheme

Modem Speed

  • 33.6 Kbps to 2.4 Kbps with Auto. Fallback

Recording Method

  • Laser printing on plain paper

Recording Speed

Effective Recording Width

Printing Resolution

  • Fax/Copy:  406 dpi x 391 dpi
  • Printer:  600 dpi x 600 dpi

Recording Paper Tray

Image Memory

Power Requirements

  • 99-138 VAC, 47-63 HZ
  • Optional 230 VAC available

Dimensions (WxDxH)

  • 14.6 in. x 18 in. x 9.9 in.


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