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Printer/Encoder

- Zebra Technologies of Camarillo, California, has introduced the Zebra P630i single-sided laminating card printer. The desktop model offers full-color printing and encoding at an affordable price. It prints sharp color or monochrome cards and then applies a 1.0-mil laminate to one side of the card, creating a tamper-resistant credential that can last five years or more.

Card Reader

- HID Global of Irvine, California, has launched a new version of its versatile RP40 multiCLASS reader. It now supports Indala 125 kHz proximity and AWID, in addition to HID proximity. New enhancements combine 125 kHz proximity and 13.56 MHz contactless smart card and reader technologies into a single reader, providing support for users upgrading to smart cards while using multiple card technologies.

Card Printers

- Datacard Group of Minnetonka, Minnesota, has announced the European launch of the Datacard SP Plus Series card printers, which feature enhanced performance, fast print speeds, sharp colors, new supply choices, extended warranty coverage, and support for clear card printing.

Document Management

- Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, has announced that its AXIS 70U Network Document Server will be bundled with the new HP Scanjet 7650n Document Flatbed Scanner from Hewlett-Packard Company of Palo Alto, California. The new bundle will offer customers reduced costs and improved productivity for small and medium businesses. The solution enables users to digitize and manage paper-based information by simply scanning a picture, form, or document and selecting a destination address from the distribution list in the server. After pressing “send,” the scanned item is digitized and sent as an attachment to e-mail or file servers. It can be integrated with document archiving and databases. The solution lowers costs and increases speed and reliability when compared to courier, fax, and traditional mail.

Card Printers

- Evolis of Angers, France, has introduced new versions of its Pebble and Dualys color card printers. Pebble4 and Dualys3 come with a more powerful CPU and a new print head to improve the precision of any printed image. They also benefit from the latest encoding technologies, including ISO or JIS2 magnetic tracks and smart card with contact or contactless RFID, that can be seamlessly combined.

Secure IDs

- Lenel Systems International of Pittsford, New York, has incorporated Microsoft’s .NET 3.0 Windows Workflow Foundation into its IdentityDefender secured credentialing system. The addition will help automate each step in the workflow for issuing secure IDs to employees.

Badge Reel

- The new Premium Badge Reel from J.A.M. Plastics of Burlington, Massachusetts, keeps ID cards facing forward at all times, so they are highly visible and easy to read. The reels accommodate multiple cards and feature an imprint area that is nearly twice as large as standard badge reels.

Secure Printer

- Magicard Security ID Card Printers from Ultra Electronics Card Systems of Redmond, Washington, fully support card imaging and encoding requirements of Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12. The directive requires a high-security ID card that employs biometric technology and visual security to ensure that only authorized persons can access government facilities and information.

LaminatedID

- IDenticard Systems of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has introduced the OmniLife PVC-printable laminated card. The long-lasting security ID card is less likely to crack, chip, warp, or fade. SilverScreen is a special holographic security layer applied under the photo area that causes the cardholder’s picture to shimmer.

High-definition Printer

- Fargo Electronics, Inc., of Minneapolis has introduced the HDP5000 card printer/encoder that uses the company’s patented High Definition Printing technology. The modular design of the printer gives users flexibility for updating options in the factory or field. The basic single-sided model can be updated with a dual-sided printing option and/or a dual-sided lamination module.

ID Technology

- Version 5.7 of the Asure ID Exchange photo identification software line launches the iDIRECTOR technology platform, which allows multiple applications to be loaded onto a smart card via a single process. The software features RF IDeas Air ID for logical access control; QI Systems Qi Wave for electronic vending applications; and Bioscrypt Fingerprint for biometrics.

ID Software

- Minneapolis-based Fargo Electronics has introduced Fargo Asure ID photo ID and ID card application control software. The suite of digital identity and photo ID card management solutions enables organizations to create, manage, and verify an individual’s identity.

ID Software

- Minneapolis-based Fargo Electronics has introduced Fargo Asure ID photo ID and ID card application control software. The suite of digital identity and photo ID card management solutions enables organizations to create, manage, and verify an individual’s identity. The suite includes four versions for organizations of different sizes and needs. Solo, designed for organizations that need entry-level photo ID card software, provides single-sided card design and print production with magnetic stripe encoding. Express offers advanced card design and batch printing capabilities. Enterprise allows multiple operators on a network to create, update, and maintain shared records in real time. Exchange is for organizations that need card design, data management, and advanced card personalization. It supports contact and contactless cards and features advanced integration, enrollment, and encoding capabilities.
 




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