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cdurand
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« on: March 23, 2012, 02:26:03 PM »

Hi there,

I recently purchased one of your CIS packages for my Epson Artisan 810 printer.

Let me just say I love this thing.  I print a lot.  The cost of ink was really discouraging.  $70 a set for the standard ink cartidges was killing me.

Now I has this CIS and I can print for pennies vs. dollars.  And print outs look indentical to printouts made with the Epson cartidges.

One question I have is related to the cartidges that come with the CIS.  Does the chip on this cartidges emulate an Epson 98(extra size) cartridge or a 99(standard size) cartidge?

I ask only because I'm trying to guesstimate how much ink I've used and how much money I've saved.  I've had to reset my cartidges twice already.  And the black was been reset three times.  So I would have spent atleast $160 by now if I were buying Epson ink.  If the chips emulate the large size (98) cartidges then I've saved even more.

If anyone is sitting on the fence about buying one of these, don't wait.  I waited a year and waste a lot of money on Epson cartridges.
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cisinks
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« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2012, 07:11:01 PM »

To be honest, we don't know which chip our system attempts to emulate.  However, if you look at  your chip set, there will be a chip number on them.  I believe yours will start with a T098 or T099.  I assume that whichever chip number you have will emulate the respective OEM cartridge type.  Hope this helps out! 
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bluenite5
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« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2012, 12:22:58 PM »

hi cdurand,

how do you reset the chips from your cartridges?

thanks
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cisinks
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« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2012, 07:30:25 PM »

@bluenite

In order to reset the chips, you will basically have to wait for the printer to tell you that it wont recognize a particular cartridge. When that error message appears, all you have to do is remove the cartridge that is not working and popping it back in the printer and that will reset the levels for that color.

Epson printers run on an internal page counter, so it does not measure the physical amounts of ink that are on the cartridges. Since you are using after market chips, then the printer thinks that your using OEM cartridge and will measure the ink accordingly. The best thing to remember is that the levels will never read accurately and you will have to to physically check the cartridges to tell if it's time to refill the cartridges.

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