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Static Control Releases Chip and MICR Toner for Source Technologies ST9612/9620 and Lexmark E260/360/460 Cartridges

by Imaging Solution Bureau

Static Control has released chips and toner for Source Technologies ST9612, ST9620, ST9622 MFP and Lexmark E260, E360, E460 MICR printer cartridges used to print cheques.

MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition and is used to make cheques readable by financial institutions, the Federal Reserve System and the Canadian Payments Association when used with appropriate supporting equipment and software. MICR toner is a crucial part of the encoding, reading and sorting of cheques and other documents. Each cheque that is deposited is read and sorted multiple times by high-speed machines, so the dependability of the toner is critical to the efficiency of the process. Static Control offers the SecureRITE MICR toner guarantee. Customers can contact a Static Control sales representative for complete details.

Static Control’s toner and chip can be used in “dump and fill” applications as well as cartridge remanufacturing. For remanufactured cartridges, Static Control recommends replacing the doctor bar and doctor bar leaf spring with Static Control’s doctor bar and leaf spring to avoid signal strength errors and to be covered under Static Control’s SecureRITE MICR toner guarantee.

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