Securicon encoding solution

Securicon, A company that offers solutions for personalising and laminating secure badges on-site, has a presence at GITEX Technology Week 2009, where it is displaying someof its latest printers.

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By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 21, 2009

Securicon, A company that offers solutions for personalising and laminating secure badges on-site, has a presence at GITEX Technology Week 2009, where it is displaying someof its latest printers.

A protection film is applied over the surface with hot roller technology, after the graphical and electrical personalisation process.

The film is either a continuous layer of varnish or a patch and editing oand or encoding a secure badge is just a matter of a single pass.

Some other features include a colour printing engine that optimises graphical quality. It also has what the company calls foolproof security results from a Kensington anti-theft system, password protection, and a centralised locking system to protect consumables such as cards and ribbons.

The product also features a flip-over module to personalise and laminate cards on both sides and a front control panel with four buttons, a two line LCD display and an LED instant status indicator on the printer.

Securicon also has some of the most advanced encoding options with ISO 7811 HiCo/LoCo or JIS2 magnetic encoders, contact stations with or without encoders for smart cards, encoders for contactless cards.

The product can be used on governmental applications such as identity cards, driving licenses, welfare and health cards. In terms of security and identification applications it can be used for cards at companies, harbors, airports and universities.

In addition it can be further used for all applications that require fraud-proo identifications and high resilience.

One product in particular that the company is displaying is a compact printer that offers dual-sided operations on both the colour printing module and the lamination station.

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