MICR dry ink
System Overview Guide
Dry ink (also called toner) is the black powder which forms the
image on the printed page. There are three cartridges of dry ink
in each carton. You should keep at least one extra cartridge on
hand at all times. The disposable cartridges are easily changed
with no mess. The consumption rate of Xerox dry ink is
approximately one cartridge per 60,000 pages. Use only dry ink
that is specified for use in the 96, 4635, or 180 printer, as
described in the consumable supplies table.
MICR dry ink is the magnetic black powder which forms the
image on the printed MICR document. There are three cartridges
of MICR dry ink in each carton. The consumption rate of Xerox
MICR dry ink is approximately one cartridge per 60,000 pages.
Use only MICR dry ink in your 96/4635/180 MICR printer.
The dry ink used with the 96/4635/180 MICR system is designed
for MICR printing and does not function well when used in non-
MICR systems. The same procedure used for non-MICR printing
systems is used to add the dry ink to the 96/4635/180 MICR
NOTE: Dry ink yields are based on 7% area coverage. Your
yield may vary, depending on coverage.
Use only MICR dry ink in the 96/4635/180 MICR printer. Do not
use standard dry ink. MICR dry ink cannot be reused.
Fuser agent (the lubricant for the printer fuser) is a consumable
item required by the 96/4635/180 printers. You should keep at
least two boxes on hand for installation by the service
representative. The consumption rate of Xerox fuser agent is
approximately one bottle per 250,000 pages. For product
information, refer to the consumable supplies table in this