|Category:||ID Card Printers and Systems||Manufacturer:||Nisca|
|Encoding:||Contactless Smart Card, HiD iClass, ISO Magentic Stripe, MIFARE / DESFire, Contact Smart Card||Printing Volume:||10000|
|Security:||High||Type:||ID Card Printers|
|Applications:||Access Control, Credit Cards, Employee Cards, Government, Membership ID Cards||Capabilities:||Double Side Printing, Laminating, Single Side Printing|
A reliable printer that prints highly secure ID cards.
The Nisca 5310 ID card printer is an advanced printer that prints highly secure ID cards. It is a reliable printer, and prints high quality images. It is a quite popular printer that is preferred for its reliance. It can laminate both sides of the card, print ultra violet design, and encode smart card applications. It can encode Prox card, iCLASS smart card, MIFARE smart card, Legic's smart card, Gemplus's contact chip smart card. The modules are integrated into the printer for seamless printing/reading/encoding functions. Nisca's unique bi-directional communication allows constant communication between the printer, the PC and the encoding/reading module, making secure encoding and data security. The Nisca 5310 is perfect for Access Control Cards, Prepaid Phone Cards, and Transportation/Event Ticketing.
You get different kinds of lamination options with the Nisca 5310. These laminations are easy to change. Lamination include Hardcoat and Softcoat. There are many design features that can be added.
Smart Card Encoding
You can encode magnetic stripes, and smart cards with the Nisca 5310. Smart card encoding includes contact and contactless encoding.
A Smart Card ID card has a built-in microprocessor and/or memory chip carrying personal identification data that is encoded. Nisca has designed a unique process to speed up the smart card personalization process. The usual smart card encoding process is as follows:
When the card is inserted into a reader, it transfers data to and from a central computer. There are two types of Smart Cards, Contactless Smart Card and Contact Smart Card. Contactless Smart Card has no visible module and communicates by means of a radio frequency signal. There is no physical contact between the card and a reader. Contact Smart Card operates by physical contact between the reader and the Smart Card’s contacts. These Smart Cards are either programmed or read manually after the printing process has occurred. This process is time consuming, you manually have to insert a card into another device, identify each card in the system, and write to or read from it.
NiSCA'a process integrates Smart Card technology into the ID card printing process. There is an in-line process that saves time and money by programming and/or reading the card in the printer before the printing starts. Through this method, the printer always knows the position of the card during the process. This is important as it ensures correct programming or reading is encoded to the correct card.
NiSCA offers Hardcoat (patch style) and Softcoat (thinfilm) lamination. Hardcoat lamination provides superior protection against color fading and scratching. NiSCA’s Hardcoat material has been tested regularly for rigorous durability by driving license authorities globally. It has passed the tests and is available in a standard 1mil (.001 inch) or custom .5 mil (.0005 inch) thickness.
NiSCA’s Softcoat lamination is the only material available in the market that adheres to the ribbon’s overlay panel applied by the print head. It can provide enhanced dye migration and fading protection. It can be applied edge-to-edge and offers up to 500 images per roll. Hardcoat’s material offers 255 images per roll.
Lamination increases the card’s life, secures the data on the cards, and increases the security of your offices. NiSCA offers generic security hologram material and clear (no hologram) laminate material. You can also opt for a generic material or a custom laminate. The figure above displays the 10 most common features integrated into laminate material.
NiSCA started in 1960 and is a leading plastic card printer manufacturer. It specializes in plastic card printer and has built a strong reputation. The reliability and low cost ownership of its products makes it the preferred choice of many Fortune 1000 companies, driving license authorities, universities and colleges. NiSCA also offers products ranging from document scanning systems to paper handling systems.
NiSCA’s plastic card printers are renowned for their reliability, unmatched quality and user-friendliness. It leads the market with industry's best 24-bit color and 256-grayscale cards card printers like the PR5300, PR5310, PR5350 and PR-C101.
NiSCA is committed to serve corporations, education and government organizations with its quality products and has a strong focus on the future.
ID card printers are used for printing and personalizing plastic cards. These plastic cards are used in the form of membership cards, identity cards, employee badges, student ID cards, access badges, driving licenses, banking cards, transportation passes, loyalty programs, visitor badges, voting cards, health cards and others.
There are few manufacturers of ID card printers. These are FARGO, EVOLIS, MAGICARD, Zebra, DatacardGroup and NiSCA. Popular products are the Persona C30e Card Printer Encoder, DTC400e Card Printer Encoder and DTC550 Card Printer Encoder from FARGO; Prima4, Enduro, Rio 2e, Tango 2e and Pronto from Magicard; P330i Single Sided Card Printer, P330m Single Sided Monochrome ID Card Printer from Zebra; SP35, RP90 and SP25 from Datacard; and PR5350 and PR-C101 from NiSCA.
|Printing system:||300dpi, 24-bit continuous tone printing, 16.7 million colors|
|Printing method:||Thermal transfer dye-sublimation|
|Print media:||PVC or polyester cards with polished PVC finish|
|Media size:||CR-80: 3.375" x 2.125" / 85.6 x 54mmm|
CR-79: 3.303" x 2.051" / 83.9 x 52.1mm
|Media thickness:||020" (20mil) to .050" (50mil) / .508mm to 1.72mm|
|Input hopper:||100 cards|
|Exit hopper:||100 cards|
|Image memory:||8MB with parallel processing, four memory modes|
|Display:||LCD 16 character 2-line display shows printer status and diagnostic prompts|
|Ribbon types:||YMCKO 250 prints, YMCKOK 210 prints, YMCFK (Ultra Violet) 250 prints, YMC 250 prints, K 1250 prints and BK/OP 250 prints|
|YMCO: 104 cards / hour|
|YMCO/K: 72 cards / hour|
|YMCKO/K: 75 cards / hour|
|YMCK/K with Lam: 72 cards / hour|
|YMCK with Lam: 84 cards / hour|
|Encoding:||ISO Standard magnetic stripe with dual high- and low-coercivity|
|Dimensions:||16.57" (h) x 10.66" (w) x 13.03" (d) / 421 x 271 x 331mm|
|Weight:||26.6 lbs. / 13kg|
|Operating temp:||65 to 85° F / 18 to 27° C|
|Power source:||AC power source AC100/240v 50/60Hz auto-switching|
|UL: UL1950: UL1950-1993|
|CE Class B|
|FCC A & B|
|Operating temp:||65 to 85° F / 18 to 27° C|
|Warranty:||2-year return to depot service printer warranty and 1-year unlimited prints print head warranty.|
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