Brother TN 550/560/580 Series Toner Cartridge, Black, Select Type
About this item
- Brother toner cartridge
- Increase productivity and reduce costs
- Clear, sharp and professional results
Give your home or business a high-yield toner cartridge with the Brother® TN 550/560/580 Series Toner Cartridge, Black, Select Type.
The Brother TN 550/560/580 Series Toner Cartridge, Black increases productivity and reduces costs because each toner cartridge delivers value and dependability. This toner cartridge produces clear, sharp and professional printing results for all of your home, office and business needs. Your documents deserve the quality enhancements that only this Brother toner can offer.
Is This Brother Printer Toner Easy to Install?
Brother TN 550/560/580 Series Toner Cartridge, Black offers you a toner cartridge that's easy to install for a seamless operation. This toner cartridge is compatible with laser printers and offers a page yield of up to 7,000 printed pages and documents.
How Do Laser Printers Work?
The laser printers that are compatible with these Brother printer ink cartridges utilize a fairly complex process to operate and print your essential documents. First, print data is sent from your computer to an electronic circuit inside of the laser printer. This electronic circuit activates a high-voltage wire called a corona wire. The corona wire emits a static discharge to charge a photoreceptor drum. During the charging of the photoreceptor drum, a laser is also activated by the electronic circuit. The laser draws the needed image onto the photoreceptor drum. The illustration of the image isn't made by the laser moving around. Instead, the laser bounces off of a moving mirror that scans over the photoreceptor drum. Next, an ink roller rolls over the photoreceptor drum to coat it with ink from a toner cartridge. Your sheet of printer paper is fed through the printer towards the photoreceptor drum that's coated in ink. The image is then transferred from the drum onto the piece of printer paper. After this, the printer paper is fed through two hot rollers called the fuser unit, and the heat and pressure from the drums allow the ink to permanently fuse onto the document.