Safe-Card ID announces new ID printer available through website
SafeCardID.com recently announced that the new Zenius ID printer is available with its other products.
According to the ID card printer and security company, the Zenius line of one-color sided printers are innovative and compact, delivering superior quality with an array of uses. The products can be used to produce employee or student ID cards, transportation tickets, loyalty rewards and payment cards. The printers are manufactured by the France-based company Evolis.
"We are very excited about adding the Zenius ID card printers to our catalogue," said Greg Stephens, founder of Safe-Card ID. "With its new design and software, it is one of the best products in the market and customers will definitely find it a user-friendly printer that produces top quality results."
The Zenius printer uses a redesigned printing platform and software that offers a range of configurations and management options, the company stated. The new software also provides a pop-up notification system through its user interface to ensure enhanced monitoring capabilities. Although the upgrades offer a greater printing experience and benefits, the Zenius also was designed with sustainability in mind.
The SafeCardID.com press release reveals that Evolis constructed the Zenius to be the world's first eco-designed printer that utilizes recycled material. Furthermore, the matter can be recycled again and used, lessening the impact on the environment. The Zenius printer consumes less energy and has been deemed compliant with the ErP European Directive.
"The Zenius is a compact, virtually noise-free printer ideal for any environment," said Stephens. "It is not only eco-friendly but does not compromise on print quality either."
The Classic version of the Zenius printer is available for purchase through SafeCardID.com, while the Expert model will be released later this year.
Established in 1989, Safe-Card ID is currently headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, and offers several lines of products, including from Fargo, Evolis, Datacard, Magicard, CIM and Zebra. Along with its abundance of card solutions, including the HID Proximity access control solutions, the company also offers security products from fingerprint and barcode scanners to magnetic stripe readers.
Overall, the demand for plastic cards is projected to grow, due to greater security needs. According to a report by MarketsandMarkets, the market for the plastic cards is expected to reach $6.6 billion by 2015.