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Evolis integrates UHF Gen 2 encoding options within its card printers

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Sep 28, 2010  ||   , ,

Evolis, a provider in solutions for plastic card personalization, has introduced ultra-high frequency Gen 2 RFID encoding options within its single and dual-sided card printers - Pebble and Dualys.

The Evolis Pebble and Dualys ultra-high frequency printers support a range of applications in various vertical markets, including identification, access control or tracking.

  • Identification of employees, customers, visitors, or students at entry and exit points of secure areas.

  • Access control in high-security premises or locations where crowd control is an issue such as ski resorts, cruise ships, amusement parks or events.

  • Tracking of people and assets throughout facilities with the same readers.

Evolis partnered with TransTech Systems, Inc., a provider of ID badging and access control solutions, to introduce its first ultra-high frequency card printing solutions to the market.

“We have tested the Evolis Gen 2 card printers for applications such as amusement park, event and cruise ship passes,” says Jeff Kruse, general manager at TransTech Systems. “We look forward to introducing these solutions to a wider audience.”

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