Products

  • Fargo Printer – HDP 5000

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    Versatility delivered. Complexity simplified.

    Colors are vibrant. Images are crisp. Quality is second to none. ID cards printed on FARGO HDP5000 Card Printer/Encoders do more than protect your organization — they reflect the value you place on your brand. HDP5000 produces ID cards with the highest image quality available. By printing a reverse image on the underside of HDP Film, then fusing the film to the card surface, the HDP5000 creates an image quality that looks more like a sharp glossy photo than an ordinary ID badge.

  • Datacard Printers – SP 30

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    The Datacard® SP30 Plus card printer offers an economical printing solution.

    • Increase productivity and manage costs.
    • Produce professional high quality cards.
    • Issue drivers licences, national healthcare cards, corporate ID cards, government ID cards and more.
  • Datacard Printers – SD 360

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    The best card issuance value on anyone’s desktop

    The Datacard® SD360™ two-sided card printer is packed with industry-leading innovations that make desktop ID card printing simple and economical. As part of the SD Series card printer family, the SD360 printer is ideal for businesses, schools, hospitals, fitness clubs and anyone who batch-issues ID cards as part of their busy workday. With competitive features and price, SD Series printers are a great value.

    Dozens of great innovations in one great card printer family

     

    • Superior speed and productivity. Print more cards in less time. SD Series printers aresignificantly faster than any other desktop card printers in their class. And TruePick™ anti-jam card handling accurately picks cards —­ standard and thin ­— with no adjustments.

     

    • Superb image quality for high-impact IDs. New TrueMatch™ printing technology — anindustry exclusive — ensures the colors on your screen closely match the colors on your card. Batch after batch, you get consistently crisp, clean printing results from the first card to the last.

     

    • Easy operation that anyone can master. Intuitive icons guide you through the soft-touch control panel and LCD screen. Cards and supplies are easy to load, and the ergonomically designed ribbon cartridge includes a drop-in cleaning roller.

    All the right connections for easy setup. Standard USB/Ethernet ports and the browser-based Printer Manager help you integrate SD Series printers into just about any application or IT environment.

  • Datacard Printers – SR 200

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    Superb full-color, over-the-edge print capabilities Datacard® SR200 & SR300 retransfer card printers are a gateway to greater cardholder satisfaction and ultimate card program flexibility. These printers empower government agencies, corporations, universities, and other organizations to reliably issue highly secure, personalized, durable and vibrant cards. Offering superb full-color, over-the-edge, single- or dual-sided printing on a variety of blank or preprinted card surfaces, they also encode various card types including contact/contactless smart cards and magnetic stripe cards.

  • Datacard Printers – SD 260

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    The Datacard® SD260™ one-sided card printer is packed with industry-leading innovations that make desktop ID card printing simple and economical. As part of the SD Series card printer family, the SD260 is ideal for businesses, schools, hospitals, fitness clubs and anyone who batch-issues ID cards as part of their busy workday. With competitive features and price, SD Series printers are a great value.

  • Contact Cards

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    As the name suggests, these cards are read when they come in contact with the reader. These smart cards are embedded with a chip with a microprocessor and memory or only with memory. Used in: network security, access control, e-commerce, electronic cash etc.

  • RFID Cards

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    These cards work on Radio Frequency technology. These have an antenna inside to be read and a chip to store data. The RFID cards are contactless and can be read from a distance. These are extensively used in various identification and authentication applications.

  • Combi Cards

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    The hybrid cards have more than two technologies embedded inside a single smart card. These cards use any two of the below mentioned types of smart cards in a single chip. Some applications of smart card require more than two technologies like the proximity card and the Mifare card integrated in a single chip.

  • Proximity Cards

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    Proximity cards are contactless cards with an antenna embedded inside. These are read-only cards and the information on these cards cannot be manipulated. These cards work on RFID technology and are used for access control, identification and security.

  • Mifare Cards

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    MIFARE® cards these contactless smart cards are ISO/ IEC 14443 compliant, operate on 13.56 MHz frequency. MIFARE® cards are used in various applications for the purpose of identification and authentication, some of which are: Access management, students’ smart ID cards.

  • UHF Cards

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    RFID card are frequently used as personal identifiers in personnel management or access control systems. This is a version of the popular ISO format identity card equipped with a UHF RFID transponder conforming to the EPC Global class 1 Gen 2 specifications. These cards offer worldwide operation in UHF 860-960 MHz bands. UHF cards are targeted for the e-identity market bringing a long range communication distance together with stringent durability criteria.

  • SF 3000 PFC MI

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