Fargo HDP5000 High-Definition Dual-Sided Printer/Encoder with Omnikey 5121 Contact Smart Card Encoder with Single-Sided Lamination

BH #FA89668 • MFR #89668
Fargo
Fargo HDP5000 High-Definition Dual-Sided Printer/Encoder with Omnikey 5121 Contact Smart Card Encoder with Single-Sided Lamination
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$4,992.95
$417/mo. suggested payments.*
with 12 Mos. Promo Financing

Important Notice

  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Fargo HDP5000 Overview

The Fargo HDP5000 High-Definition Dual-Sided Printer/Encoder with Single-Sided Lamination comes with a standard holographic (500 prints) HDP film that fuses to the surface of proximity and smart cards, conforming to ridges and indentations formed by embedded electronics. Batch jobs are simplified by the use of a 100-card input hopper and a 200-card output hopper. Checking print status is easy with a SmartScreen graphical display on the front panel and with Color Assist tool for diagnostics and matching colors for accurate prints. Additionally, it has both USB 2.0 and Ethernet connectivity options.

The Omnikey 5121 Reader Board is a dual interface PC-linked reader that reads/writes to both a 13.56 MHz contactless smart card and virtually any contact smart card. The dual interface feature, implemented on a small PCB, economically supports end-user environments where both contactless and contact smart card technology may be in use.

By printing a reverse image on the underside of the HDP film, then fusing the film to the card surface, the printer creates an image quality that looks more like a sharp glossy photo. Printing on film instead of directly on the card means that the uneven surface of technology cards doesn’t compromise the image quality. In addition, the printer can print double-sided and edge-to-edge for optimum quality.

For added protection during the printing process, the printhead never comes in contact with card surfaces or debris. Cards produced by high definition printing are tamper-resistant and can withstand wear and tear. Cards, ribbons and overlaminates can be quickly loaded via the cartridge-based system. In addition, the printer is suitable for creating government IDs, corporate IDs, and student IDs.

5121 Encoder

Supported cards include HID, iCLASS, MIFARE DESFire, and MIFARE Classic
Supports ISO 14443 A&B, ISO 15693, and ISO 7816
Contact unit based on OMNIKEY 3121
Up to 424 Kb/s transmission rate
Small PCB
Optional mounting bracket

Fargo HDP5000 Specs

Printer
Print MethodHDP dye-sublimation / resin thermal transfer
Resolution300 dpi (11.8 dots/mm)
ColorsUp to 16.7 million / 256 shades per pixel
Card ThicknessPrint Only: 30 to 50 mil (0.762 to 1.27 mm)
Print/Lamination: 30 to 40 mil (0.762 to 1.02 mm)
Supported Card TypesElectronic Cards: HID Proximity Cards, Mifare Contactless Smart Cards, Contact Smart Cards, and iClass
Compositions: ABS, PVC, PET, PETG, Proximity Cards, Contact Smart Cards, Magnetic Stripe cards, and Optical Memory Cards
Care & CleaningCard: Replaceable cleaning roller (included with each print Ribbon)
Cartridge CapacityInput Card: 100 cards (30 mil / 0.762 mm)
Output Hopper: 200 card (30 mil / 0.762 mm)
Card SizesCR-80: 3.37 x 2.125" (85.6 x 54 mm)
Print AreaOver-the-edge on CR-80 cards
DisplaySmartScreen LCD control panel
Ribbon OptionsFull color, YMC, 750 prints
Full color with resin black, YMCK, 500 prints
Full color with two resin black Panels, YMCKK, 500 prints
Full color YMC with resin black and heat seal panel for difficult-to-print surfaces, YMCKH, 500 prints
Full color YMC with resin black and UV fluorescing panel, YMCFK, 500 prints
Print Speed38 seconds per card / 95 cards per hour (YMC with transfer)
46 seconds per card / 78 cards per hour (YMCK with transfer)
70 seconds per card / 51 cards per hour (YMCKK with transfer)
70 seconds per card / 51 cards per hour (YMCFK with transfer)
50 seconds per card / 72 cards per hour(YMCK with transfer and dual-sided, simultaneous lamination)
75 seconds per card / 48 cards per hour(YMCKK with transfer and dual-sided, simultaneous lamination)
DriversWindows XP, Server 2003, Vista (32-/64-bit), Server 2008 (32-/64-bit), 7 (32-/63-bit)
Mac OS X v10.4 and later
Linux
System Requirementsx86 based PC or compatible
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
500 MHz computer with 256 MB of RAM or higher
500 MB free hard disk space or higher
Supply Voltage100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3.8 A
Power Consumption80 W
Memory16 MB RAM
Operating Temperature65 to 90°F (18 to 32°C)
Storage TemperatureHDP Film: 77°F (25°C) or lower for no longer than 1.5 years
Humidity20 to 80% (non-condensing)
InterfaceUSB 2.0 (high speed) and Ethernet with internal print server
Interfacing information for E-card Options
RegulatoryCSA (cUL), FCC, UL
Agency & Safety CertificationsEmissions Standards: CE, FCC, CRC c1374, EN 55022 Class A, FCC Class A, EN 55024: 1998, EN 61000-3-2 and EN 61000-3-3
Safety Standards: UL IEC 60950-1 (2001), CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
Dimensions (H x W x D)Not Specified by the Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified by the Manufacturer
Encoder Module
InterfaceSmart Card Interface Standards: ISO 7816 & EMV2 2000 Level 1
Contactless Smart Card: ISO 14443 A with 424 Kb/s transmission rate (depending on card)
ISO 14443 B with 424 Kb/s transmission rate (depending on card)
ISO 15693 with 26 Kb/s transmission rate (depending on card)
ProtocolsT=0, T=1
2-wire: SLE 4432/42 (S=10)
3-wire: SLE 4418/28 (S=9)
I2C (S=8)
Supported Card Types5 V, 3 V and 1.8 V Smart Cards
ISO 7816 Class A, AB, and C
DetectionSmart Card
Movement detection with auto power-off
Automatic Detection of smart card type
Short circuit and thermal protection
Supported APIsPC/SC driver (ready for 2.01)
CT-API (on top of PC/SC, for contact interface)
OCF (on top of PC/SC, for contact interface)
Synchronous API (on top of PC/SC)
Connector Cable70.9" (180 cm)
Durability100,000 insertions
MTBF500,000 hours
Operating Temperature32 to 131°F (0 to 55°C)
Operating Humidity10 to 90% rH
Dimensions (L x W x H)2.6 x 2.16 x 0.43" (66 x 55 x 11 mm)
WeightApproximately: 2.65 oz (75 g) including the cable
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