Basic Specs of the Datastroyer 202 CC Level 3/P-4 Shredder
Shred Size: 5/32" x 1-13/32"
Throat Width: 10-1/4"
Capacity: Up to 18 sheets *
Motor: 0.92 HP Actual 1.84 HP Peak **
Power: 115V/60Hz (other voltages available)
Shipping Weight: 71 lbs.
Dimensions: 26"H x 16.5"W x 15.4"D
The 202 CC shredder is a small cross cut shredder with big features. It uses the 2 x 2 cutting system to separate paper shred from CD and DVD shred. It has a 10-1/4" throat and shreds en entire 18 sheets per pass.
The Datastroyer 202 offers innovative features and quality shredding capabilities. Load approximately 18* sheets at a time into the 10 ¼" feed opening. Your documents are quickly reduced to 5/32" x 1-13/32" cross cut particles. But the 202 cross cut shredder can destroy more than just paper. The shredder head is strong enough to handle staples and paper clips. Thanks to the 2x2 Cut and Collect system, a separate feed slot is available for destroying media, including CDs, DVDs, credit cards, and so much more. This environmentally-friendly system separates the waste materials, paper emptying into one bin, media emptying into another.
The i-Control system allows you to control the shredder's functions, while remaining aware of operational status. Featuring an ON/OFF button as well as Forward/Reverse functions, the i-Control alerts the user to any problems via backlit icons. The DLS (Dynamic Load Sensor) detects sheet capacity levels and indicates when levels become dangerously high. Colored lights similar to a traffic light signal help to prevent overfeeding and jamming. For energy saving purposes, the EcoLogic system powers down the 202 after 30 minutes of inactivity. The Silentec sound dampening technology maintains whisper quiet operation. Weighing near 71 lbs., the 202 offers 26"H x 16.5"W x 15.4"D dimensions. Convenient for office use, the 202 level 3 cross cut shredder is mounted on casters for complete mobility.
* Please note, capacity varies with grain, size, quality & paper weight and sufficient power supply. ** Please use actual HP as a specification for determining value. Use of Peak HP is for comparison purposes only where other than Actual HP is used.