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The Rinas CS-LWR compact universal encoder breaks ranks!

Videos | By Rinas Gerätetechnik | 17 April 2015
Using commercially available print technology based on sound HP technology and industrial-grade scanner equipment with comprehensive software, the Rinas CS-LWR is truly designed for industrial application where the production of mid-sized batches is called for. Using commercially available print technology based on sound HP technology and industrial-grade scanner equipment with comprehensive software, the Rinas CS-LWR is truly designed for industrial application where the production of mid-sized batches is called for. Photo: Rinas Gerätetechnik

Affordable universal encoding

Compact personalization machines for the card and ticketing market are plentiful and packaged elegantly for the desktop market but their reliance on home-grown expertise in the form of encoders or print modules is often their shortfall. They are relatively simple to use but tend to be expensive to operate when considering their consumables – and of course the majority of them just cannot process paper tickets or cater for different MagStripe or RFID encoding schemes. Servicing of these units is also a factor not to be ignored – especially when considering the quality of encoding if it is to fulfill ISO standards, for example.

The Rinas CS-LWR compact universal encoder breaks ranks with its precision engineered small-footprint LWR core for unsurpassed MagStripe encoding of all three HICO/LOCO tracks simultaneously, and is able to process effortlessly RFID and Smart Cards too for reliable 24/7 industrial application. Maintaining the desktop footprint, the CS-LWR role-model is packed with features found only on larger personalization machines but at desktop prices! If a scanning option, for example, is required for print verification, OCR tasks, barcode or 2D code recognition, then an out-of-the-box solution can be shipped directly to the customer. Monochrome printing, using commercially available print technology based on sound HP technology, is also available which, depending on the configuration, is able to accommodate up to 4 print heads for print height variation at a 12.7 mm pitch.

Rinas Gerätetechnik is exhibiting at the CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS AMERICA in Washington, DC, May 5-7, 2015.

At the event, Rinas will showcase the compact personalization system Rinas CS-LWR.
Come and meet us at booth 321!

Customization and serviceability are key characteristics built into the heart of the CS-LWR and a wide-range of accessories complete the unit’s very polished specification. With the CS-LWR, you can start producing cards at up to 3,600 per hour with nothing more than a PC and a CSV document filled with your encoding information.

Last modified on Friday, 17 April 2015 14:57
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