Zhono Releases Compatible Chips for Ricoh Printers

Zhono Releases Compatible Chips for Ricoh Printers

Zhono Releases Compatible Chips for Ricoh PrintersChina-based Zhono has released compatible chips for use in cartridges that are used in Ricoh SG5200/SG3210 devices.

According to Zhono, the new release is a first-to-market solution, with OEM-equivalent performance and easy installation.

Zhono also claims to guarantee that its new compatible chips have no serial number problems.

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Zhono Releases Compatible Chips for Ricoh Printers

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In January 2021, Ricoh launched A4 color printers, SG5200 for the Japanese market and SG3210DNw for the European market. These printers support high-speed continuous printing at up to 30 ppm and multiple paper sizes with life expectancy up to 450K pages.

Previously, Zhono released compatible chips for use in the Fujifilm C325 series. Zhono also claims that the new release comes up with OEM-equivalent performance.

About Zhono

Zhono is an international high-tech company primarily focused on integrated circuit design and committed to becoming the world’s leading supplier of security chip solutions.

The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in the Guangzhou High-Tech Development Zone, with R&D centers in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Xi’an.

The company has a wholly-owned subsidiary in the United States directing our North American sales and marketing activities. Zhono holds many patents and has passed ISO 9001, GB/T29490, and other system certifications. “It is our vision to become a world-leading technology-driven company,” founding CEO Jack Wang (pictured) said. “It is our mission to use technology innovation to make the world better.”



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