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ID Card

Oprfid.com offer 4 different types of ID cards: PVC cards, proximity cards, iCLASS® cards and pre-printed cards.

PVC cards: commonly referred to as plastic cards, PVC cards come in a variety of sizes, thicknesses and colors. The most standard size is called CR80 - which is the size of your credit card (3.375" x 2.125") – but we also carry CR79 cards (3.303" x 2.051") that are a bit smaller and feature an adhesive back. Thicknesses vary from 10 to 30mil. As a reference, your credit card is a 30mil card. PVC cards can also include additional features such as magnetic stripes for multifunctional badges.If you want to create unique ID cards, browse our selection of color PVC cards.

Proximity cards: “Proximity” cards have an embedded antenna that stores the cardholder data. This data can be read when the proximity card is passed within range of a reader. Mainly used for access control applications, proximity cards are also chosen in environments where crowd control is a factor.

iCLASS® cards: iCLASS® cards combine contactless smart technology with a contact chip and/or a magnetic stripe. iCLASS® cards provide 13.56 MHz contactless smart card technology and allow users to add a barcode, magnetic stripe, photo ID, graphics, or anti-counterfeiting features. HID’s iCLASS® cards can be used for diverse applications such as access control, biometrics, cashless vending, public transportation, airline ticketing and customer loyalty programs.

Pre-printed cards: this option is ideal for membership cards, loyalty cards, or other ID cards where only a name, ID number or barcode might be added onsite. Let us print professional cards and if needed, personalize them on the spot in seconds. You will get stunning results that will definitely impress your customers.

HOW CHOOSE THE RIGHT ID CARDS?
Your card printer and card application will determine which ID card are right for you. Here are a few tips when choosing ID cards:
Card thickness: ID card printers will only accept specific card thicknesses. Most printers are built to print 30mil cards (thickness of a credit card) so if you need to personalize thinner cards (10-20mil), check the specs of your printer.
Card size: most ID card printers print CR80 cards (3.375" * 2.125"), CR80 being the standard card size. However, if you need to print cards of other sizes such as CR79 (3.303" x 2.051"), note that only a few card printers will allow it.
Card material: the most common type of plastic card is 100% PVC. However, it is recommended to use composite PVC/PET cards for retransfer and laminating printers. Composite cards are 60% PVC and 40% PET and are more durable than PVC cards. They are also heat resistant and won’t bend under high temperatures. Composite cards can be used with any card printer.
Technology cards: if your printer is equipped with a magnetic encoder and you need to store data into a magnetic stripe, you will have the choice between high coercivity (HiCo) and low coercivity (LoCo) cards. HiCo cards are very resistant, harder to erase and built to handle frequent usage. Choose HiCo cards for access control or time and attendance applications. Less expensive but also less resistant, low coercivity cards work best with short-term applications such as hotel room keys or event passes.
For advanced access control systems, proximity cards are a popular choice. Proximity cards are read-only devices: that is why the encoding is typically handled by manufacturers before shipping.

* Any question or inquiry about rfid card and rfid related products ,please send email to info@oprfid.com,we will reply you within 24 hours,Thanks
 
     
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        Oprfid.com Supply ID cards,We can create custom,professional ID cards for any job you do. All we need is a photo and any information that you want included on the card. We have a wide variety of existing layouts available, or we can work with you to create something totally unique to you and your organization.we offer discounts for multiple card orders. Contact us now and we'll put together a premium, professional ID card for you for your specific needs.We can ship ID Cards worldwide. Please email your complete shipping address for a price quote.