Evolis Securion Card printer is the solution for printing and laminating ID cards and badges. Evolis Securion Quick Facts:
- Printing: Edge-to-edge; Monochrome or color; Double-sided
- Encoding: Optional Magnetic stripe, Smart contact or contactless
- Card Feeder Capacity: 100 cards
- Lamination: Patch or varnish, with or without hologram
- Card Print Speed: 70 to 120 cards / hour in color
- Warranty: 2 years
- Applications: Visual identification, ID data encoding and lamination – drivers’ licenses, ID cards, healthcare cards, and more!
Evolis has created the powerful Securion ID card printer with laminator for the highest security applications. A wide range of encoding options, including magnetic stripes and SMART cards, can easily be added to this versatile printer which already includes a number of key security features -- single and dual-sided printing, lamination, color and monochrome capabilities, and super fast print speeds.
From simple ID cards to fraud-proof security, the Securion is perfect for organizations that require resilient tamper-resistant identification cards such as government identity cards, drivers’ licenses, welfare and health cards, and facility access cards.
Cards produced by the Evolis Securion enjoy the extra protection of lamination. After printing, the Securion applies a protective film over the surface with hot roller technology using either a continuous layer of varnish or a patch.
The Securion is also designed to remain secure on site with a centralized locking system to prevent theft of films, patches, rejected badges or blank cards, and password protection options so that only authorized staff can use the printer.
Despite all of this added security, the Evolis Securion is easy to use and cost effective. It features a two-line LCD screen display, a menu with direct access to a range of settings, and a two-color LED for instant status notification. The Securion includes standard features -- Ethernet port, lock, eject tray, 100-card feeder and tray and 2-line LCD screen -- which other companies offer at added cost.