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ID Cards

ID Cards FAQ

We offer a wide range of ID cards, including employee ID cards, access control cards, membership cards, student ID cards, and more. Our cards can be customized to meet your specific needs.

Paxton Net2 cards are commonly used for access control systems. These cards work seamlessly with Paxton's Net2 access control software, allowing organizations to manage access permissions, monitor entry points, and enhance security. Integration with ID card printing systems enables the creation of multi-functional cards that combine identification and access control features.

Important features include card design flexibility, printing quality, encoding capabilities (such as magnetic stripes or smart chips for access control), scalability to accommodate future needs, ease of use, and compatibility with existing systems like access control software such as Paxton Net2.

Hearing Impairment Cards FAQ

Hearing impairment cards are identification cards designed to help individuals with hearing loss communicate their needs and preferences in various situations. They typically include information about the individual's hearing condition and any accommodations they may require.

Medical I.C.E. Cards FAQ

Medical I.C.E. (In Case of Emergency) cards are identification cards that contain vital medical information about the cardholder. They are intended to be carried by individuals with medical conditions or allergies to ensure that emergency responders have access to critical health information in the event of an emergency.

Digital NFC Business Cards FAQ

Digital NFC (Near Field Communication) business cards are innovative business cards that contain an embedded NFC chip. When tapped with an NFC-enabled device, such as a smartphone, these cards can transmit contact information, links to websites or social media profiles, and other digital content to the recipient's device.