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Evolis Pebble4 Card Printer
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Product Description :
The Evolis Tattoo4 Printer consistent, reliable operation, high print speed and minimal operator attention provide maximum card output over years of intense use. Primacy is a high-end printer that is easy-to-use, flexible and fast. When loaded with the Evolis cutting-edge encoding technologies, Primacy instantly becomes the ideal solution to issue cards. It supports any requirement in card printing and encoding, in medium to large runs. Primacy is absolutely adaptable, and comes with a very affordable price tag.
Pebble4 is the ideal printer to seamlessly personalize your cards, on demand or in volume. Pebble4 leverages a large selection of consumables and encoding options -magnetic stripes, contact smart cards and contactless cards - to personalize all your cards, from ID badges to the most sophisticated payment cards. Here is a reliable printer with top-notch performance. Pebble4 guarantees fast personalization of cards by the unit and can also issue personalized cards in volume. You now have in your hands the perfect solution to personalize your cards at anytime.
Pebble4 sets the benchmark with a stunning throughput of 150 cards per hour in color and 1,000 cards per hour in monochrome, along with top-quality graphics. The printer benefits from a wide array of consumables designed by Evolis to keep a check on your costs. For a driver’s license application, for example, using a half-panel ribbon can cut your cost by at least 30%. To support all requirements, from access control badges to payment cards, Pebble4 can be fitted with multiple encoders for contact and contactless smart cards:125 KHz, 13.56 MHz and even UHF technologies. This encoding offer is regularly updated to give you the latest innovations on the market. Pebble4 has been designed to offer a wide variety of options to its users: its internal USB hub makes it possible to instantly connect specific encoders, while the USB and Ethernet TCP/IP ports are used to network it and link it to systems operating with Windows, Mac OS X or Linux.