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What Is a Laser Toner Chip
Every time a warning message pops up on your PC letting you know that your printer’s toner is low, you have a laser toner chip to thank. These chips, also called printer or ink smart chips, are used by printers to monitor the reserves and levels of your current toner cartridge. They communicate with your PC to provide warnings when certain levels are reached or if any other issue arises.
Toner chips Xerox 650n05408 read levels by monitoring your cartridge’s droplet count, or the number or ink droplets that have been used so far when printing. Chips are programmed for specific toner designs and will provide warnings and stop printing once a certain number of droplets have been used. Unfortunately, this means that cartridges you refill may still have ink in them if the chip isn’t reset and told that a cartridge was refilled.
Toner chips have caused some controversy because they make it difficult to refill a printer cartridge. After you refill a cartridge, you have to reset or replace the chip in order for your printer to allow you to print. When replacing a spent cartridge with one from a third party, some smart chips will send users warnings that these cartridges will damage your printer. While there is little research evidence of damage, the chip will record that this message has been sent, which may void a manufacturer’s warranty.
Depending on your printer model, smart chips in your toner cartridge may or may not be able to be reset. Some chips store toner levels permanently in memory and don’t allow this memory to be accessed. If this type of chip is in your toner, you will need to replace the chip when refilling your cartridge. Other chips can be reset with a “resetter,” a small plastic tool that physically connects with the cartridge chip and tells the chip to return its count of spent droplets to zero.
Many customers report issues with toner cartridges not being recognized by smart chips Xerox 650n05408 or with chips saying that their toner is empty when the cartridge still has droplets available. To avoid these problems, you should always power down your printer when doing any maintenance or replacing cartridges. Bad connections or improper installations of new cartridges can also cause many of these errors. Reinstalling the cartridge and following your manufacturer’s instructions with the power off can resolve some issues.
Printing costs in businesses can rapidly spiral out of control and, because of this, third-party ink cartridges and refill kits have become a viable alternative. Some printer manufacturers, such as Lexmark, discourage the use of third-party cartridges by installing ink chips in their printers which attempt to prevent their use. While there’s a workaround allowing you to avoid this restriction, be aware that using third-party ink cartridges will void your warranty and Lexmark will normally not provide you with technical support should something go wrong.
Open the cover of the printer as you normally would to replace an ink cartridge. Once the print head moves into place, making it accessible, remove any existing ink cartridges and install the new ones. Wait for the new ink cartridges to install. After a couple of minutes, the Lexmark software installed on your computer will present an error message warning you that you aren’t using genuine Lexmark cartridges. Disregard this warning and continue. Another warning will appear stating that your warranty may be void if you continue.
Follow the instructions on-screen to continue disabling the ink monitoring software. Repeat this step for each refilled or third-party cartridge you have installed.
Are there cheaper alternatives to chipped cartridges
Yes and no. In many cases, inkjet cartridges may be refilled manually which can offer savings of up to 70% of the price of a cartridge made by the same manufacturer as the printer. However, once used, the chip may cease to read the level of ink accurately. Previously, another option was to purchase a less expensive cartridge which would be compatible with the printer manufacturer (such as HP, Epson, Canon and Brother) and transfer the chip from the empty to the replacement cartridge.
Today, we’re able to offer compatible ink cartridges that don’t require you to carry out this costly and time consuming process. Instead, you can rely on Cartridge People to source only the best consumables for your home or office printer.
It is the same scenario when you look at our range of compatible toner cartridges. Across all the major printer brands, we have cheap toner cartridges available that can provide you with reliability and affordability. Some original toner cartridges may have microchips installed in their cartridges but the cheaper ‘compatibles’ will also have ‘compatible’ microchips.
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