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Epson DX5 F186 Unlocked Printhead

Posted By: printheadfactory

Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2023

Price: Best Offer

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The Epson DX5 solvent printhead is used by various Chinese solvent printers. This DX5 printhead allows fast speed, high resolution printing with eco-solvent or mild solvent inks. The Epson DX5 original printhead is delivered in a sealed Epson package.


This DX5 printhead model is compatible with all DX5 based Chinese printers and doesn't require any decoder. This is the original Epson DX5 printhead, it is not modified nor coded. It corresponds to F186000, F1440-A1 or FA26002-0030


This printhead should not be used on Mutoh Valuejet or Mimaki JV33 / JV5 printers as it has different voltages and therefore offers a different image quality. DF-49684 and PPHMIJV5006 should be used on Mutoh and Mimaki printers.


The following items are expressly excluded from warranty coverage:


defects related, in any way, to the use of non-original inks
clogged, missing or deviated nozzles
defects related to misuse, abuse, accident, neglect, lack of use, or improper storage when not in use for extended periods
defects related to failure to perform periodic maintenance as specified in the user documentation; operation for unintended purposes
defects related to improper loading of media
all other defects, failures or damage not considered manufacturing defects
defects related to third-party applications, software, parts, components, or peripheral devices, including any bulk ink system.
defects that are merely cosmetic in nature.
Product Specifications


Technology: Micro-Piezo
Native resolution: 1440 dpi
Min. droplet size: 1.5 pico litre
Max. droplet size: 21 pico litre
Tot. amount of nozzles: 1440 (8 lines x 180 nozzles)
Firing frequency: 8 kHz
Ink compatibility: solvent and eco-solvent based
This printhead carries a manufacturer warranty.
Country of origin : Japan



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