Zebra’s ZXP Series 7 ID card printer was built to meet the demands of the business environment today. For a busy work environment this printer helps lighten the workload by automatically adjusting to the thickness of the card. Able to print single or dual sided while laminating both concurrently card printing is easier than ever. Edge-to-edge card printing is delivered with near-photogenic print quality and color depth. In a business that needs high security like the government, finance offices, healthcare, education or hospitality where confidentiality is crucial the ZXP Series 7 was built for high security. It contains locking mechanisms for the printer and media with added software that tracks and restricts activities as necessary. The ZXP Series 7 laminator ensures the security of the card while lengthening the life of the image.

Efficiency is key in the workplace, the ZXP Series 7 has the ability to process up to three jobs at once (encoding, printing and laminating simultaneously) to ensure fast throughput. While also able to reduce up keep by containing a high capacity media, ribbon and laminate rolls that are synchronized for one time changes and networking options that allow for faster deployment.

To learn more about the ZXP Series 7 ID Cards printer from Zebra Technologies or other hardware products contact Datex experts today at 800.933.2839, www.datex.com or at marketing@datexcorp.com.

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