Fargo ID Card Printers
A pioneer in the ID card industry, Fargo ID Card Printers work with smart cards, photo ID cards, magnetic stripe cards and proximity cards to establish new standards in dye-sub, inkjet and film-transfer ID card printing.
Card printer/encoders, ID systems and ID software and materials, such as ribbons and films and ID accessories, are some of the products Fargo delivers. ID cards have capabilities companies are looking for, such as financial transactions and network access control card-based applications, to help them improve efficiency and enhance security. Fargo Electronics sells its products through distributors and integrators.
Fargo ID Card Printers can increase security, set up professional identification and allow you to upgrade from a simple printer to one with more advanced, secure printing features. The products, which are known for their power and modular designs, run from the simple DTC400 to the advanced HDP5000 Change Name in Aadhar Card.
For example, the DTC550 Card Printer/Encoder is equipped to encode up to three different smart card technologies in the same pass as card printing and lamination. It also permits centralized or distributed ID card issuance and features an alternative lamination module that makes an extra layer of security available.
The Fargo Persona C30e Card Printer/Encoders, which are well-suited for small to midsized companies, offer new improvements available as a free download. Problems such as loading ribbons and cleaning rollers are eliminated with the products easy to load integrated ribbon cartridge.
Fargo ID Card Printers customers include universities and colleges, local, state and federal governments, businesses and the health care industry. Columbus State University, Maryland Locksmith Association and Sun Country Airlines improved security and high responsiveness using Fargo printers.
Columbus State University selected Fargo ID Card Printers for their ease of use for multiple users and their ability to print debit cards. A few years ago Columbus State University initiated a debit card program for students to help the university reduce administrative costs and simplify business processes.
Columbus State University selected the Fargo DTC400, (which it found easy to use), and allows them to add card access to dorms, vending machines and copy machines on campus. The university improved security and productivity and improved student satisfaction with the new Fargo printer.