Idesco helps Enhance Security at Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities Nationwide with Unique Oversized ID Card Printer

New York-based ID card specialist offers XCR100 2.0 oversized badge printer to protect patients and healthcare professionals from unauthorized access.

Idesco Corp. has been helping healthcare facilities nationwide with its card printer – the XCR100 2.0 printer- that allows customers to personalize oversized ID cards on demand. Idesco has more than 75 years of experience helping healthcare organizations find the right badging solution. As healthcare facilities continue to combat the spread of COVID-19, issuing oversized ID cards has helped identify staff clearly, while adding an extra layer of security

Idesco’s unique XCR100 2.0 printer is the only dye-sublimation printer on the market that can personalize CR100 cards (3.88" x 2.63"). The cards that are 42% larger than the standard credit card size. The printer can produce up to 180 full cards per hour in color, and up to 1,400 cards per hour in monochrome. An optional flipper is available to print dual-sided badges in one pass. Contactless encoding comes as an option to help healthcare facilities produce secure access badges on demand and the card printer features a 2-year warranty.

“Considering the rise in COVID-19 cases and high-risk scenarios that healthcare personnel are faced with daily, the need has risen for cards that integrate seamlessly with access control systems,” said Andrew Schonzeit, president of Idesco. “Idesco is here to help healthcare facilities maintain a safe environment for patients and staff alike with our oversized badge printers that identify personnel and visitors quickly and efficiently.”

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