Static Control Dongle Gear Solution Ruled Safe by ITC Judge

SafeDrive Does Not Infringe Asserted Canon® Patents

Sanford, N.C. – (March 6, 2019) – Static Control is pleased to announce that its dongle gear solution for CF226A/X, CE505A/X, CF280A/X, CF287A/X and CE255A/X and other related cartridges do not infringe Canon’s asserted patents according to an order issued by Judge Dee Lord of the International Trade Commission on February 28.

“Our stance from the very beginning of this was that our solution, marketed as SafeDrive, was just that – safe,” said Static Control’s General Counsel Skip London. “This ruling proves what we’ve known all along. Our design was a unique, non-infringing solution. We are pleased with this decision and to getting back to providing our solution to customers.”

“We pride ourselves on being the IP leader of the aftermarket,” London continued. “This is another instance that proves we take the necessary due diligence to give our customers the advantage of premium quality coupled with the most IP secure imaging solutions.”

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For 30 years, Static Control has developed and manufactured the toner, microchips and components that go inside of printer cartridges from its world headquarters in Sanford, North Carolina, USA. Building upon its reputation as the technology and quality leader of aftermarket imaging systems, Static Control brings new levels of stability to the industry though its finished cartridge offerings. To learn more, visit

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