Card printer/encoder sports enhancements

July 1, 2002
Fargo Electronics Inc's new Pro-LX laminating card printer/encoder, with nearly a dozen major design improvements, replaces the Pro-L in Fargo's Professional

Fargo Electronics Inc's new Pro-LX laminating card printer/encoder, with nearly a dozen major design improvements, replaces the Pro-L in Fargo's Professional Series. Fargo card printer/encoders create personalized plastic identification cards complete with digital images and text, lamination, and electronically encoded information. Enhancements to the Pro-LX are a reject card hopper, which gathers improperly encoded cards or cards remaining in the card path during reboot or cancellation; a new card thickness adjustment slider; and a new card cleaning cartridge with replaceable cleaning tape.

Also new are an adjustable card flattener roller, card path guide, “high-tack” silicone feed roller, belt-driven print engine, and improved laminator. A new auto-calibrating ribbon sensor recalibrates after every fourth print, without wasting ribbon panels, while new slotted optical sensors and digital potentiometers improve accuracy and ease of use. For complete details, contact Fargo, 6533 Flying Cloud Dr, Eden Prairie MN 55344.

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