REF: 12081000

CR-80 size printer for plastic card personalization. Color personalization by thermal transfer.This method ensures perfect card printing without printing marksin the chip zone, antenna, etc..

This system allows obtaining high quiality cards, protecting them with laminations made by the same printer (optional). Laminations may include visual security measures such as holograms, nanotexts...( check options).

Especially designed for those companies that precise a high quaility card tha allows including advanced security measures.

Available version with a single side printing (Single Side or SS), or with tumbler module for double side pinting (Double Side or DS).Lamination module is optional, choosing between single side (LC1) or double side (LC2). Allows several type of ribbons in order to minimize printing costs (color, only black, half pannels...).



  • Recording accesories: BM codifier, proximity, contact chip..(check)
  • Power supply / consuption: 220 VAC / 3,3 A
  • Imput card capacity: 100 cards
  • Output card capacity: 30 cards
  • Print ribbon: Check options (color, black, half panels...)
  • Dimensions: 249 x 475 x 234 mm.
  • Drivers: Windos Server 2008, Windows 7 or superior
  • Interface: USB 2.0 (Ethernet optional)
  • Memory: 32 Mb
  • Print method: Dye sublimination and resin thermal transfer
  • Weight: 4,5 kg.
  • Resolution and color: 300 dpi, up to 16,7 millions
  • Accepted card/printing area: CR-80 (85,6 x 54 mm.) / 85,6 x 54 mm.
  • Print speed: Between 26 y 55 seg. per card (depends on ribbon)

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