Canon chip resetter for Canon cartridges PGI 525, CLI 526 (battery powered)
For Canon printer Pixma IP 4820, IP 4850, MG 5120, MG 5150, MG 5220, MG 5250, MG 6120, MG 6150, MG 8120, MG 8150
Reset your chips in an easy, fast and cheap way without having impact on the work of the level indicator.
The chip´s main task is to check the ink level to generate a warning if the level goes below a certain point and gives you the opportunity to reset it to “full“ again.
The Canon chip resetter resets the following Canon cartridges:
Canon CLI-526 black & PGI-525 black
Canon CLI-526 cyan
Canon CLI-526 magenta
Canon CLI-526 yellow
Canon CLI-526 grey
By pressing the refilled cartridges against the resetter´s contacts the LED will flash briefly and the programming will start automatically. After the programming is finished the LED light will stay on.
User Manual for Canon Chip Resetter:
A User Manual is attached in German, English, French and Italian.
Your customers will be very grateful if the level indicator does work well because if the printer head runs out of ink it will get damaged.
Note on the German Battery Act – BattG
With respect to the sale of batteries / accumulators or of devices containing batteries / accumulators, the German Battery Act requires Octopus Concept GmbH to advise you of the following:
Pursuant to this law, end users are obliged to return used batteries. Batteries can be returned free of charge to the seller or to specific collection points (e.g. municipal recycling centres or retailers) after use. You can also return used batteries to the seller by stamped mail; the seller will refund the postal charges to you.
The symbols on batteries have the following meanings:
The crossed-out waste bin means that this battery must not be thrown into the household waste:
- Pb = battery contains more than 0.004% (mass percentage) of lead
- Cd = battery contains more than 0.002% (mass percentage) of cadmium
- Hg = battery contains more than 0.0005% (mass percentage) of mercury
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