similar to ID cards, are used for
identification purposes. Most companies, corporations, organizations, and
government offices across the globe use ID cards as means to identifying their
employees or citizens. ID badges are commonly worn by hospital staff,
government officials, and security agents. ID badges help them cultivate a more
professional, detail-oriented image for their company or organization.
The Evolis Primacy
sided printer is designed to save time and resources. This Evolis ID card printer is programmed to
print on both sides of any card in just a single run. Additionally, this
printer features a modular design that enables users to add encoding options at
any given time as well as single or dual sided capabilities.
The Evolis Primacy ID card printer includes a full
color or monochrome option, cost effective supplies such as a ribbon saver, and
a standard USB and Ethernet connectivity. The Primacy
personalizes color cards in a
matter of minutes. It has the capacity to print up to 140 cards per hour on
dual side printing mode.
While single-sided printers generally require the user
to manually flip and reload cards to print both sides, this dual-sided Primacy ID card printer
can apply full color graphics, text, and other design components to a card's
front and back in one quick and easy pass.
Primacy is highly committed to the
reliability of its card printing capabilities and guarantees professional looking ID
. Unlike most printers, this printer also demonstrates an eco friendly element
that saves energy. The Evolis Primacy
is available in either red or blue
exterior colors. These printers are ideal for high-volume ID programs, and
those programs that need variable information printed on the backside of cards.
strong commitment to quality is legendary, and is echoed by a 3-year
ready to use, the Zebra ZXP Series 3 is a full featured high speed card printer that can be integrated into
standard ID Cards and access control applications.
This affordable ZXP series 3
direct-to card printer is a suitable choice for applications where small space,
minimal operator training and print quality are paramount. This printer is ideal for deployment in
educational institutions and retail outlets for ID card, gift card, loyalty
card or membership card applications. The ZXP series 3 achieves fast print
speeds and high image quality by utilizing ZRaster host based image processing
technology and True Colours ix Series high-performance ribbons. This ID card printer
offers a full suite of encoding options, including PC/SC and EMV-certified
smart card encoding, over USB and Ethernet.
You can print on one or both sides of the card with high-quality color or
monochrome images for a variety of applications.
card printer offers picturesque image quality, best-in-class throughput, a multitude of
encoder options, and high reliability that minimizes maintenance. The ZXP Series 8 Printer includes ZMotifô software
development tools for easy integration with enterprise applications. Using
innovative retransfer printing technology, the Zebra ZXP Series 8 delivers superior
print resolution at the fastest speeds in its class for high-quality photo ID
cards with images and graphics that look more like glossy magazine prints than
ordinary ID photos. The printerís modular design provides flexibility to add a
variety of encoding options as needed.
Single or dual sided lamination is also available. This retransfer
printer is ideal for printing on uneven card surfaces, such as smart cards, or
for when the application calls for very high image quality or cards that are
more durable and abrasion resistant.
Difference between a single-sided ID card printer and a dual-sided ID card printer?
A double sided printer will print on
both sides of the ID card whereas a
single sided printer will only print on one side of the ID card. A single sided printer is necessary
for creating ID cards with limited cardholder information. It has a full color
and monochrome printing capability. It offers magnetic stripe and smart card
encoding options. You can choose direct-to-card or a stunning reverse transfer print
technology. Printing ID cards from a single sided printer can be time
consuming. Most card printer manufactures discourage the use of a single sided
printer primarily that this printer tends to damage the sensitive print heads in
the print cards.
Why would I need to
laminate my photo ID cards?
what is a laminated card? A laminated card is a full color plastic card with
Matt or Gloss lamination. Matt lamination is a thin coating on a card used to
smooth out the printings on the card. This coating provides a soft and silky satin
sheen high quality finish resulting in a more sophisticated card. It also
allows the card to be more water resistant. It also extends the durability of
your card. Gloss lamination forms a protective
coating over the print which makes it suitable for items such as menus, cards,
brochures etc. Gloss lamination
also gives your card a more professional look. These type of plastic cards are
used for advertising a business,
product, or a service. Lamination serves as a protection for your card. This
process is beneficial to the cardholder that it prevents the fading and dye
migration via sun exposure on your card. That way, you won't have to reprint your card frequently
thus saving you supply costs and time. Holographic lamination increases the
security of your cards therefore preventing identity theft or unauthorized duplication
of your card. How are laminated cards produced? Multiple cards must be printed
on a large sheet. Then they are fed through a laminating unit which provides a
thin sheet of laminate either on both or one side of the card. This procedure
traps the card in between. Heat is then applied to seal the lamination.
ID Security Online is proud to
announce the arrival of the Evolis Primacy ID card printer!
The Primacy is an easy-to-use high-end printer and the ideal
solution for identification badges, payment cards, student cards and
transportation passes. Available in blue and red, single or double-sided and
with or without encoding technologies, the Primacy comes with USB and Ethernet
TCP/IP connectivity and boasts a pioneering 3-year manufacturer's warranty.
The Evolis Primacy prints a maximum of 210 cph (cards per
hour) in color and 850 cph in monochrome, includes a 250-card capacity color
ribbon cassette and has a 100-card capacity feeder and output hopper.
Further, the Primacy is user friendly, allowing the user to
check the amount of cards in the printer so that you can load more into the
front panel before the printing ends. It as well highly modular, allowing you
to install encoding options via the Evolis website.
And for the green thumbs, Evolis Primacy has received ENERGY
STAR certification, complies with ErP directives and consumes an average of 5
times less than earlier printers.
At ID Security Online our goal
is to make it easy for you to
search through our database. Letís face it, weíve designed it so we know
everything is, and in order to allow you to find what you need quickly
easily weíve added website tools to make it that much easier to find
You can search for supplies in one of four convenient ways.
What is TWAIN?
If youíre a digital camera enthusiast, or otherwise
an interest, in or need of, image device technology (such as scanners)
likely than not youíve run into the word TWAIN. Whatís more is that you
be one of the many people who donít actually know what this word means,
given its common appearance in reference to such devices you probably
that itís important.
An ID card printer cleaning kit is a
grouping of items
specifically for the intent of maintaining your printer. Virtually all
ID card printer manufacturers, such as Evolis, Magicard and
their clientele with proprietary variations of cleaning supplies
within comprehensive cleaning kits.
Scratch-off ribbons are ribbons specifically designed to
create a thin, removable layer of material on a card that a user can scratch
off to reveal hidden information, such as PIN numbers, passwords or barcodes.
Therefore some particular uses of scratch-off technology include membership
cards, prepaid phone calling cards, bank cards and any cards with private
Scratch-off ribbons are monochrome ribbons are typically
grey ribbons interwoven with black lines arranged in a wave-like pattern.
Scratch-off ribbons that produce variously-colored layers do exist, but the
majority of them are grey.
When using the scratch-off feature the ribbon driver needs
to be selected to ďK,Ē which represents ďblackĒ in YMCKO (yellow, magenta,
cyan, black, overlay). You can achieve best results by using the scratch-off
ribbon as a monochrome ribbon with the contrast setting placed at C3.
Scratch-off ribbon technology is compatible with PVC cards
and a variety of monochrome ribbons and hologram cards.
Duplex ID Card Printers,
also commonly referred to as
Dual-sided printers, are, as the name suggests, printers that are
printing images and text on both sides of a surface, usually of a piece
paper or plastic ID card.
Generally speaking there are two methods of duplex printing ó
a) printers which automatically flip over a piece of paper and print on
side, and b) printers, usually high-volume printers designed with two
that print on both sides of the sheet of paper as once as it is feeds
On June 5 2012, Reuters published an article about the usage
and proposed integration of photo IDís as part of a hospitalís patient
The point of the article was to cover both minor and major medical
occur in hospitals and on the operating table due to human error and/or
checking in patients. The article suggested and provided evidence for
that including photo IDís
in patient records significantly reduced such
One of the keys to smooth running in a school is getting
students into the building and to their classes in an easy, quick and if
possible, comfortable manner. Add in hallway traffic congestion and social
chattering factors and you quickly be left with traffic jams. The good news is
that the merger of ID card systems and system software can easily reduce hallway, lunchroom
and library clutter.
For example, various process take place in a typical school
on any given day, such as signing for lunch programs and purchasing lunches,
checking out library books, attending schooling events and other annual events,
such as buying year books.
Integrating ID card systems with good ID card software
programs is an optimal way to streamline school-related processes and to ensure
reduced stress and increased student body flow. By issuing student ID cards
laden with embedded mag-stripe encoding or barcodes, students can easily pass
their cards through a scanner when signing up for lunch programs, purchasing food or checking out library books.
Aside from moving along these processes in a more efficient
manner, students will potentially appreciate the efficiency of being able to
wear their IDís - making it harder to
lose, and thus safer with regards to identify theft. Such cards can also be
used to issue students lower bus fares, a policy adopted by both private and
public schools in Baltimore Country and Baltimore City.
While statistics seem to show that the national crime rate
has fortunately dropped in the last few years, other studies, such as the U.S.
Department of Educationís and the U.S. Department of Justiceís 2006 Indicators of School
Crime and Safety study, indicate that violent crime has risen specifically
among children and adolescents.
Such unfortunate incidents require renewed professionalism
and vigilance with regards to school safety and the integration of appropriate
methods. School administration, staff and the parent body should rightfully vie
for technological integration of visitor management and access control systems.
Such systems are typically used for restricting, recording
and monitoring access into and departure from a school building. Student-issued ID cards can be synchronized with access control systems, most of which include
or are compatible with software programs, such as the one seen here, designed for tracking visitors,
recording data and compiling it into reports. The main purpose of the hybrid
between existing ID card and access control systems is to help school security
and staff to more easily recognize who belongs and doesnít belong on the school
Access Control ó Access control can refer to a single
entrance or to multiple entrances into the building. Such systems can be
integrated into as many entrances as necessary.
Visitor Management Software ó The school can also use
software systems ideal for compiling detailed reports describing data, such as
visitor frequency, entrance and exit, and most-commonly used entrances. Such data
can help staff identify and learn about any potential problems related to
violence on campus.
Expiring Badges ó Expiring badges are visitor badges with a
predetermined ďlifespanĒ and are typically issued to guest speakers or other
persons for temporary access to the facility. Such badges are generally
effective for one day only or a half-day.