Toner Cartridge Numbers for Dell E525W Printer

Toner cartridge supply data for the Dell Color Multifunction Printer - E525w.

This new Dell E525W 18PPM Color Multifunction printer, introduced to the market in May 2015, has a Street price of $329. The printer design is based on the Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 Engine.

Toner Cartridge/OEM Part Numbers

Knowing printer part numbers aren’t always easy to find, I went ahead and put together a list of toner cartridge numbers and prices you can quickly reference for your customer’s supply needs.

  • Black Toner 2000 Page Yield; #593-BBJX $65.99
  • Cyan Toner 1400 Page Yield; #593-BBJU $65.99
  • Magenta Toner 1400 Page Yield; #593-BBJV $65.99
  • Yellow Toner 1400 Page Yield; #593-BBJW $65.99

The new Dell E525W ships with toner cartridges that yield 700 pages on average, while the cartridge refills can double that yield and almost triple it for black toner.

New printer supply announcements are just one of the ways we help folks like you quickly find the correct supplies for your customer’s printer. But if you’re tired of chasing down cartridge supply data, check out TRIguideOnline. It’s an Internet-based product which cross-matches parts and supplies with printers. The data is continually updated so you’ll always have the most current and accurate information, which can be retrieved from any web browser.

Learn more about TRIguideOnline.

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Lena, the owner of TRI Resources Intl, began working in the ribbon industry for Aspen Ribbons in Boulder, CO, shortly after moving to the USA from her homeland of Sweden. Her personal attention to detail quickly moved her into the ‘lab’ doing research and maintaining the database for the AspenGuide. Lena’s work helped make AspenGuide the undisputed leader and many considered it to be the virtual Bible of cross-referencing in the industry. In the early 1990s, Lena joined Nukote and was actively involved in publishing the Encyclopedia of Imaging Supplies.

By 1998, technology allowed Lena to create a cross-reference guide on CD ROM, and thus TRI Resources International and the TRIguide were created. Toner, ribbons, and inkjets were the basis of this guide. In 2003, Lena transition the CD to TRIguideOnline so businesses can now access her data on the Internet.