August 30, 2018
The company has released a new slate of replacement chips for use in multiple Canon machines.
The first replacement chip is for use in the Canon PIXMA TR7550/TR8550/TS6150/TS6151/TS8150/TS8151/TS8152/TS9150/TS9155, and is for use with CMYK, as well as Photo Black and Page Black cartridges.
The second replacement chip offers the same page yields across the six colours, and is for use in the Canon Pixma TR7520/TR8520/TS6120/TS8120/TS9120.
The third replacement chip released by Apex is for use with the Canon PIXUS XK70/XK50, with a fourth released for use with the Canon PIXUS TS8130/TS6130/TR8530/TR7530.
Apex has also announced the impending release of five more replacement chips, for use in various other Canon printers.
The first of these is for use with the Canon PIXMA TR8570/TS9170/TS8170, whilst the second is for use with the Canon PIXMA TS6140/TS8140/TS9140/TR7540/TR8540.
Also coming soon is a replacement chip for the Canon PIXMA TR7560/TR8560/TS6160/TS8160/TS9160, and a replacement chip for use in the Canon PIXMA TS8190/TS8195.
Apex has also announced that a replacement chip for the Canon PIXMA TS9180/TS8180/TS6180/TR8580 is coming soon too.
All replacement chips are ASIC design and boast “consistent performance” and a “one-time use solution,” whilst also being “compatible with recycled cartridges.”
“With years of research and experience in Canon’s series ink cartridge chip technology, Apex helps you seize the first-to-market opportunities and introduces the replacement chip solution for the Canon PGI-580/PGI-280/XKI-N10/BCI-380 series,” said the company.
For more information, visit www.apexmic.com.
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