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HP Laserjet 9000 Toner Cartridge
Posted : Thu, Aug 26, 2010

Zinetic are pleased to offer a compatible toner cartridge for the HP Laserjet 9000 series.

We do not recommend refilling the HP 9000 toner cartridge as the page yield is very high at 30,000 pages so internal components will wear out. We have tested and sourced a high quality compatible cartridge that performs as well as the original.

Compatible with the following models:

HP LASERJET 9000 50PPM
HP LASERJET 9000 MFP 50PPM
HP LASERJET 9000DN 50PPM
HP LASERJET 9000HNS 50PPM
HP LASERJET 9000N 50PPM
HP LASERJET 9040 40PPM
HP LASERJET 9040DN 40PPM
HP LASERJET 9040MFP 40PPM
HP LASERJET 9040N 40PPM
HP LASERJET 9050 50PPM
HP LASERJET 9050DN 50PPM
HP LASERJET 9050MFP 50PPM
HP LASERJET 9050N 50PPM

Replace part number C8543X

Cartridge Information

The HP LaserJet® 9000 series of printers was introduced in May 2001, targeted at the general departmental office and entry-level production applications markets. Not meant as a replacement for any other HP model, the 9000 series stood alone as HP's fastest laser printer to date, with a print speed of 50 pages per minute (ppm).

In March of 2002 the LaserJet 9000 multifunctional (mfp) was released, intended for corporate office applications. Based on the LaserJet 9000's Canon® engine, it offered the same print speed and utilised the same 30,000-page print cartridge. Physically the mfp model had a more traditional digital copier appearance than other mfps, designed as a fully integrated copier/printer, rather than simply a printer with a copier module attached.

In order for the Laserjet 9000 to optimise its 50ppm print speed, two laser beams were directed onto the OPC at the same time, writing two lines of print simultaneously. At the time of initial release the 9000's Canon engine was not in use by any other OEM.

Only one cartridge is available for the entire HP9000 line. Its large format, "no-shake" design with stirring mechanisms to evenly distribute toner within the hopper, and the chemically bonded end plates (no screws) only hint at its complexity.

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