SafeCardID.com announces the addition of the Zebra Printer product line to its expanding list of ID card printers. The new ID card printer lineup includes several Zebra brand models that enable business owners to print ID photo cards in-house.
Online PR News – 18-August-2010 – – Safe Card ID announces a new Zebra printer lineup to its growing list of id card printer security products. As a leading online retailer of business security card printing systems and identity kits, Safe Card ID’s latest Zebra models are being made available to business owners immediate through their website at SafeCardID.com
The Zebra P110i is an economical and compact ID card printer. Printer status is available via an LCD screen display, and installation is simple, making the model a popular choice for small businesses. The printer can handle full-color or monochrome printing for multiple or card printing and single feed printing. Ethernet and magnetic stripe encoding capabilities can be added to enhance the security capabilities of any business. The Zebra P110i comes with a two year warranty.
The Zebra P330i helps business personalize their employee ID badges. The P330i is a versatile model that can be used for a variety of small business security needs. In addition to employee identification, the printed cards can be used for access control, loyalty cards, membership cards, student ID cards, visitor badges and more. This single-sided printer is capable of producing monochrome badges at the rate of about one badge per five seconds.
The Zebra P430i id badge printer is designed for heavier workloads than the P110i and P330i models. The P430i Zebra model printer can handle higher volumes and is capable of printing photo IDs, bar codes, magnetic stripe and smart encoding safety features and incorporating Ethernet and networking functionality.
Recently, a growing number of small to medium sized business have found a need for added security programs at their facilities. Looking for ways to protect their business from theft and other security threats, many are turning to employee ID cards with access coding. Safe Cards new line of printers has been added in direct response to the growing needs of business owners.
Security consultants are recommending that business institute photo ID card systems to protect sensitive client data, business financial records, trade secrets, and other confidential records. Photo identification cards make it easier to track which employees have access to restricted areas of the building. They are particularly beneficial in laboratory, factory, and hospital setting where access to hazardous materials must be strictly controlled.
Greg Stephens, SafeCardID.com’s owner and founder started the Safe Card business in the late 1980s. The first security and fingerprinting kits sold by the company helped law enforcement officials improve their search capabilities when it came to finding missing and exploited children. Since that time the Safe Card ID company has grown to meet the changing needs of businesses both large and small. The printers offered by Stephens and his company make in-house security card printing a workable solution for small business security.