School ID cards are intended to immediately identify elementary, high school, or college students, increasing campus safety
Location: United States
An ID card to identify your students
School badges are named and personalized. They can therefore include various features to identify the student:
- First name, surname
- Date of birth
- Grade of studies
- Special diet, etc.
In order to differentiate between grades, different color codes can be applied.
Encoding technologies can also be added to the card:
- Barcodes to facilitate school cafeteria management
- Contactless RFID chip to ensure site security and control access to your sites
A sturdy, high-quality ID badge
With Evolis card printers, your school cards are printed on a sturdy PVC plastic material which is resistant to the wear and tear of daily use. High-quality graphics give the cards a very professional finish.
Print your cards on demand
Evolis card printers are as easy to use as a standard office printer. Personalize your ID cards with the school colors in just a few seconds.
Reprint any lost ID cards instantly and re-issue them to students immediately.
CARD PRINTER FOR SCHOOL ID CARD
The compact and agile card printer
- Printing: Single-sided
- Encoding: Magnetic stripes, Smart contact, Smart contactless
- Card lifespan: 1-3 years
- Number of cards per year: Between 500 and 5,000
- Card security level: High
User-friendly, compact and cost-effective solution
The Zenius printer is designed for single-sided printing of any type of plastic cards.
Zenius generates color or monochrome cards, individually or in small runs, with top quality results.
Zenius is ideal for instant issuance of single sided cards:
- Employee badges
- Access control badges
- Membership cards
- Loyalty cards / gift cards
- Transit passes
As part of our eco-design system aimed at reducing the environmental footprint of our products, Evolis:
- uses recycled materials in the manufacture of our printers and consumables whenever possible,
- designs compact and lightweight printers to reduce CO2 emissions from transportation and packaging,
- reduces the power consumption of its printers (ErP Directive 2009) through a very economical hibernation mode.