Leading NYC security systems integrator adds new features to its XXL card printer for oversized badges.
New York, NY — December 14, 2016— Idesco Corp., a leading New York-based security systems integrator, today announced significant enhancements to its XXL 2.0 ID card printer for oversized badges. Optional UHF encoders are now available, making the XXL printer the first portable card printer capable of personalizing oversized badges with RFID and UHF encoding.
UHF card applications offer a far greater read range, added memory and more reliability. Customers can now streamline the flow of visitors while delivering increased access control and efficiency.
The XXL 2.0 ID card printer now comes in a brand new dark burgundy color. The card feeding rollers have also been improved to simplify the card feeding process.
The XXL 2.0 ID card printer is a unique solution designed to personalize oversized ID cards on demand. Widely adopted by event managers all around the country, the XXL printer is used to secure major venues, concerts, award ceremonies, tradeshows, and other corporate functions. The XXL printer can print up to 180 full cards per hour in color, and up to 1,400 cards per hour in monochrome.
“Our XXL printer has quickly become a standard in personalizing oversized badges on the spot. Over the years, Idesco has secured major events and I believe that the latest printer enhancements will definitely bring incredible value to our customers,” says Andrew Schonzeit, President of Idesco. “We had received many requests for UHF encoding and we are very happy to offer a comprehensive solution that perfectly meets our clients’ needs.”
For more information, contact Idesco at 212-889-2530 or visit www.idesco.com.
About Idesco Corp.
Idesco has been leading the security industry for over 71 years and offers a full range of security products including, digital ID badging systems, access control, biometrics, turnstiles, visitor management, and digital video surveillance. Idesco started as a pioneer in ID Badging, and has evolved into a full-service security systems integrator that designs and manages high-scale system installations in major universities, television networks, and large municipalities. For further information, please visit www.idesco.com.