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3DPiper

I would like to read this toner chip when it is new, then write it back (reset) it when it is "empty" so I can fill the toner cartridge myself cheaply. I know this is possible because I see other devices that do it for other toner cartridges, just not mine. See here:

http://kopy-kat.com/


How can I read and buffer the chip, then write it back later?


uxomm

Just making the chip visible
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Delta_G

Get a close-up of the top of that IC chip.  It's pretty obvious which pin goes to which pad.  All you gotta do is lookup the datasheet for the chip and see how to read from and write to it.
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3DPiper

The numbers on the chip are below it in the pic
"NC-0416
170-102"
I can't find any info about it at all, either from Digikey or Jameco..
?

dannable

It looks like a fairly standard small capacity EEPROM. If so:

1,2,3,4 ground
5 SDA
6 SCL
7 Gnd
8 Vcc

The longer pad is ground.
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stevee12

hello how to reset mlt-d111s toner chip? 

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