The system delivers a continuous flow of ink to a special type of ink cartridge, through a capillary system connected to external reservoirs...It is only needed to add ink in the external tanks when they are almost empty (reaching about 10-20% of capacity)...There can be 4, 5, 6 or 8 separate tanks, depending on your printer...Tubes carry ink from the external tank to the ink cartridges inside the printer...Another advantage of the system is that the ink cartridge inside the printer is always full and the colors produced are the same no matter how many pages are printed in a single job. While printing large numbers of photos, for example, one can rest assured the ink will run out. External tanks are see-through and it is easy to notice when one of the colours is close to running out and needs to be refilled. Some printers use ink cartridges with a chip attached, recording the level of ink used. When the cartridge is empty in a certain proportion, the chip will make it impossible to reuse the cartridge, even if it will be refilled...External tanks should always be placed at the same height (on the same desk/table) with the printer. If they are placed higher than the printer, there is a risk that the ink from the external tanks will flood the printer and possibly damage it...The package comes with installation and operating instructions in English / French / German. Additionally, the website contains video tutorials in English / French / German explaining step by step the installation process...Video">this youtube video.
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