chip resetter for Epson SX200, SX205, SX210, SX215
|FOB Price:||US $ 7.19 - 9.19 / Piece | Get Latest Price|
|Min.Order Quantity:||10 Piece/Pieces|
|Supply Ability:||10000 Piece/Pieces per Month|
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- Type: Other
- Model Number: chip resetter
- Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: Fullcolor
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||Neutral packing|
|Delivery Detail:||1-3 working days|
Specifications1,can be used to reset the Epson SX200, SX205, SX210, SX215 OEM cartridge
1,Chip resetter for Epson SX200, SX205, SX210, SX215, can be used to reset the Epson SX200, SX205, SX210, SX215 OEM cartridge, Reset to gain extra prints or reset to refill.
Just place over the chip and wait for the green light !
Comes with battery installed and is ready to use.
Lasts for around 100 resets
2,We cannot guarantee that it will reset other brands of compatible or later versions of chip.
3 The chip resetter will reset the chips on genuine Epson T0711, T0712, T0713, T0714, T0801, T0802, T0803, T0804, T0805 & T0806 cartridges but the you will need to reset your cartridges before the ink level goes below around 40%. This is because, on a genuine Epson cartridge, there is a sensor behind the chip that is always immersed in the ink. If the cartridge is empty or low then air will have reached the sensor and it will render the cartridge permanently unrecognisable after resetting. Resetting the cartridge at 40% ink level or above will keep the sensor immersed in ink and therefore stop the cartridge from being rejected.
As far as we know, the sensor behind the chip on a genuine cartridge performs no other function than to make it difficult for the cartridge to be reset or refilled.
Our compatible cartridges do not have such a sensor and can be reset when empty or at any point in between.
Although the resetter will usually reset chips on genuine Epson and our Epson compatibles many times, the cartridges themselves are only designed for a single use and we cannot guarantee the cartridges or chips themselves beyond their intended life span.