.I've answered this elsewhere, probably a few years ago. Not sure where that post is now.
To become familiar, you will need to understand the following terms:
Duty Cycle: duty cycle refers to the number of pages a printer can print in the given time frame. This is ofter expressed per month.
Ink Percentage / Coverage: This is the percentage of ink used on each printed page. Note that each color is individually measured. Coverage varies based on what you are printing (example) text vs. a photo.
Page Yield: Is the approximate number of pages you can print with one cartridge. This is typically measured using an industry standard 5% (typical) ~ 15% dependng on the manufacturer. Like % of ceverage, the page yield will vay based on the amount of ink you are putting on each printed page.
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