cards are now used in pretty much every industry. Here is an overview of what
ID cards can do for your business.
- Corporate. Secure ID badges allow you
to identify your employees and visitors, and control access to your premises
for a safer workplace. Design and issue photo IDs with your logo, text and
pictures. For a higher level of security, add a barcode or encode data on a
magnetic stripe or smart card. Your ID
cards become multifunctional badges and may serve for time and attendance and
access control to company property.
- Education. ID cards have been widely
adopted in all educational structures: not only do they help keep students and
staff safe but they also make daily tasks much easier to manage. For example, a
photo ID badge can help you visually identify students, staff and visitors, but
it can also be used to control access to your school, manage equipment
checkouts and lunch programs, and even pay for campus purchases.
has announced a new version of the Fargo HDP5000 card printer, now available at
ID Security Online.
The Fargo HDP5000 is a retransfer printer that produces ID
cards of a superior print quality. Reliable yet affordable, the Fargo HDP5000
is a great solution to issue highly-secure badges on demand.
the right card printer can be overwhelming. In all cases, we recommend calling
one of our ID experts at 1-800-897-7024 for a free consultation but if
you want to get a better understanding of what would work for you, answer the
now carries a
comprehensive asset tracking and surveillance package, the Nox Sting Kit, along
with a full line of RFID tags.
does RFID work magic for the supply chain and asset tracking/inventory
control, but it also makes a world of
difference in the security, surveillance, and evidence fields. The Nox
Sting Kit is a unique Plug-and-Play RFID and video surveillance solution that
reveals on a facility map the movements of people and assets in real time.
your company wants to track the movements (check in/out) and total inventory of
over 1,000 high value assets. You want to be sure that no asset leaves
your premises without anyone knowing exactly which asset left, when
and who took it.
Choosing the right card printer can be
confusing and buying one comes with a series of questions: which software
should I use? Which ribbon do I need to buy? Can I use any camera to capture
photos? Which cards do I need?
This is why the easiest way to print
your ID cards is to get an ID card system! At ID Security Online, we have
already gone through all those questions and we have designed comprehensive
photo ID systems to meet every requirement. Each system comes with a card
printer, ID card software, web camera, color ribbon, and PVC cards.
Taking care of your blank white cards is critical to get
the best quality at every print. Dust and debris on your cards can easily damage your ID
card printer and result in poorly printed cards.
To make sure that you get the best out of your blank PVC
cards, follow these steps:
- Store your packs
of cards in a clean, dust-free environment. Keep your cards in a temperature controlled area to
avoid extreme heat or cold.
- Unpack your cards
only when you are ready to use them. Do not use a sharp object to open the shrink wrapping to avoid scratches
on your cards.
new eco-friendly ribbons are biodegradable and all plastic components (ribbon
cartridges, ribbon roll holders) are recyclable. The new ribbon cartridge has
also been designed to use less plastic, which translates into less waste and a
lower environmental impact.
eco-friendly ribbons are easy to handle thanks to convenient tabs to hold the
cartridge. The open design uses less plastic and exposes the ribbon rolls,
making it simpler to identify the ribbon type and repair the ribbon if it
week, we announced the release the Zebra ZXP Series 7 card printer. Extremely
fast and reliable, this printer already promises to be a reference for high-volume
and high-security applications such as service bureaus, identification cards,
government credentials and secure access control badges.
help you get started with the new ZXP Series 7 line, ID Security Online has
designed 6 comprehensive ID card systems that are packaged with everything that
you need to print IDs within minutes!
has just announced the release of its latest card printer, the ZXP Series 7.
ZXP Series 7 provides high-volume, high-quality card printing at a great value.
as a single or dual-sided card printer, the ZXP Series 7 delivers fast and
reliable performance time after time. Discover now Zebra’s highest
performance printer for any direct-to-card printing application.
just bought a brand new ID card system to print employee badges. The design of
your cards is pretty standard: it includes your company name, logo, full name
of the employee, title and photo. To do so, you need a full color YMCKO ribbon,
maybe not! Most ID card printer manufacturers offer a half panel color ribbon.
This ribbon is called half panel because the Yellow, Magenta and Cyan panels
are half the size of the regular panels that you find in a
YMCKO ribbon. The K (Black) and O (Overlay) panels stay full size.
card printer is an investment that needs to be protected. If you want to extend
the life of your ID card printer, ensure optimal performances and premium print
quality, you need to follow a few recommendations.
- Clean your printer regularly! All printer manufacturers offer specific cleaning
kits for every model. To ensure a thorough clean without damaging your printer,
always comply with the instructions listed in your printer manual.
To find the right cleaning kit for your printer model,
use IDSecurityOnline’s printer supplies selector.
To increase security and create
multifunctional badges, you can encode information onto your ID cards. Card
printers come with a variety of encoding options to answer the needs of every
Here is an overview of the different
options available today:
Easy-to-use and inexpensive, barcodes are
easy to set up as the printer doesn’t need a specific encoder. All you need to
do is add a barcode to your cards through your design software. Barcodes don’t
store data: a barcode reader is used to scan the code.
You have just invested in an ID card system to print your
employee badges, but do you know that you can turn your system into a powerful
Here is an overview of what you can with your card printer
- Visitor badges. Securing your facilities is essential. Issuing visitor
badges to all incoming guests will help you maintain an accurate record of
who’s on the premises at all times. It will also give a great first impression
to all entrants.
You spent time designing your ID cards, you are now ready to
print but your card printer just won’t print. What are your options?
IDSecurityOnline our commitment to you doesn't end with your purchase.
team has been trained to guide you and assist you every step of the way.
back it up by offering toll free and live chat support to answer all your
issues can be fixed over the phone but if your printer needs to be repaired,
we’ve got you covered! IDSecurityOnline is a certified repair center for all
the major brands, and our tech support team will fix your machine fast!
In the meantime, we know that you still need to print your
cards. That’s why we have designed a loaner program so that we can send you a
yours is in for repair.
printers are great for employee and business safety. But ID card printers offer
a whole lot more as well. All of Nisca ID card printers are not only capable of
printing employee ID badges, they are also great for printing student &
faculty ID cards, membership & loyalty cards, personalized gift cards,
visitor ID badges and much more! ID Security Online has a complete line of
single- and double-sided Nisca ID card printers from all of the top
manufacturers, from the simplest single-sided application, to bulk card
printing and encoding options.