The fast and reliable new Zebra ZXP Series 7 ID card printer builds on the qualities of Zebra’s performance-class and security-class ID card printers to deliver high-volume ID card printing, photographic print quality, a low cost per card and higher user productivity overall! Print speeds on the ZXP 7 surpass those of any other ID card printer on the market. Below you will find the documents associated with this model in a downloadable PDF format. These are designed to give you a head start on using your badge maker, as well as provide some basic tips for success. For more in depth support, please reach out to our sales team to hear about our support plans and services.

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Zebra ZXP Series 7 User Guide

Zebra ZXP Series 7 with Lamination Quick Start Guide

Zebra ZXP Series 7 Quick Start Guide

AdvantIDge offers a wide variety of all of the card printer systems, or other visitor management devices, to fill any of your asset tracking, visitor management, or identification card needs. From card printers and supplies for issuance, through to badge clips and other peripherals to put them into your users hands. With more than 40 years of combined industry experience, we’re ready to help you achieve your identification goals. For specific information please contact our sales department at [email protected] or call 800-965-5932 for more information on this update– we provide excellent customer service!

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Security Upgrade from Prox to iCLASS SEOS

Traditional RFID cards, referred to as proximity cards, are not as secure as they used to be. Just like with any security technology, they longer they exist, the more that people can learn to get around it. With proximity