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Dual-Sided Card Printer/Encoder - Zebra Technologies - Facility Management Product Release
The P430i desktop plastic card printer/encoder, designed for high-volume card production, supports card thicknesses from 10 to 60 mils. The product includes an LCD display, translucent covers for print viewing and a cleaning cartridge.
Card feeder capacity can be increased from 100 cards to 220 cards (30 mils) by adding an input feeder extension. Users can load the ribbon and up to 200 cards at a time without having to stop the printing process. The device also identifies cards that fail to encode correctly; these are automatically sent to a reject bin before printing. Contact smart card encoding and magnetic stripe encoding are available.
Built-in Ethernet connectivity is available as a factory-installed or field-upgradeable option.
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