THE EPSON CHIP RESETTER ……
THE EPSON CHIP RESETTER ……
2006-10-18 at 12:44:00 pm #16775
Chip Resetter: Maintaining The Efficiency Of Your Printer
rely on your printer to produce quality printouts on demand, there is no time
for a delay due to misinformation from your printing machine. Unfortunately, a
common occurrence in the new Epson model ink jet printers is that the chip will
think the printer is out of ink when in fact it is not. In order to guarantee
that this does not happen to you, it is wise to use a chip resetter.
in 2000, Epson began the addition of chips onto the 870 series cartridges.
These cartridges, referred to as “intellidge,” can now be found in all current
Epson printers. The chip essentially sits on the cartridge and is connected to
the circuitry in the printer. When the chip detects that the micro-droplets
printed have reached their maximum, it disables the printer. Despite the fact
that your cartridge may not actually be empty, the chip will still prevent you
from completing your print job displaying an message that you are out of ink.
The presence of this chip will also prevent your printer from recognizing when
you refill the same cartridge with ink as it will only remember the amount of
ink printed. In principle, it is useful to have a way of monitoring the life span
of your cartridge, but if your printer is constantly being overruled by an
overzealous chip, you need to find a way to rectify the situation. The addition
of an Epson chip resetter will ensure that your print jobs are not interrupted
chip resetter has the ability to override a difficult chip that is telling your
printer that it is out of ink. With a resetter tool, it is possible, whenever
necessary, to reset the memory chip. This simple resetting process allows the
printer to recognize that a new cartridge has been installed and is full.
the addition of a resetter tool even easier it is possible to purchase a
universal resetter that can reset any Epson printer cartridge chip. To use your
new tool, remove your colour or black cartridge from your printer and place the
resetter against the green chip on the cartridge. A light will flash then
become solid green, indicating that your chip has been successfully reset. Now
you are ready to replace the cartridge into your printer.
likes it when a mechanism that is designed to make life easier, actually makes
life more difficult. Unfortunately, the addition of the Epson chips onto the
cartridges of many printers has had just that effect. To ensure that your print
job is never unnecessarily interrupted again, and to safeguard the efficiency
of your printer, use an Epson chip resetter. The tool is easy to use and in the
end, will spare you aggravation and save you precious time.
graduate from Concordia University’s English Department, Marisa uses her
computer technology skills along side her writing skills to be the webmaster
for http://www.printpot.com. Sharing her interest and expertise about ink jet refill
kits has helped convince many of the advantages of refilling rather than
discarding empty cartridges