If you need ID Cards for your company, www.fullidentity.com is the place to go. They produce high quality ID Cards for the Medical Industry, Fire, Police, EMS and more. You can even order a personal ID Card. There are also many designs to choose from. They will even design a card template for you. This is a hidden gem. And it is so easy to use. There is no set up fee, no design fee, no minimum order.
Quality of the ID Cards? Our company has produced millions of ID cards for people across the nation. We have always stood behind the quality of our product and we are proud of the service and cards we provide our customers. http://www.fullidentity.com/Default.aspx?Page=HomePage
- Click on Design My ID Card, design your card, then place your order.
- Email your logo and a summary of what you want on your card (names, titles ect) to email@example.com for a FREE design (multiple card orders). Once you approve the design, you can place your order.
- Call us for a personal “Quick ID” and have your personal ID card processed in 5 minutes.We use the best equipment to produce your custom Photo ID Cards. There is an immense difference between what can be produced with standard ID card printers and what can be produced when high caliber equipment is used.Because of the equipment we use, your cards are a vibrant print quality and have true over the edge printing. This type of printing commonly comes at a premium price. If you have been to other plastic card sites that have higher prices for “high quality”, “premium” or “full color” cards, it’s because they are using this type of equipment. All of the cards ordered through FullIdentity.com are produced using “re-transfer printing”. It’s this re-transfer process that has the end result that causes you to take notice.
Ultimately, this means that every card we print is absolutely beautiful. If you choose a full color background or border, the color goes all the way to the edge and leaves no blank areas. Each ID card comes out with a shine because of the thin clear laminate that covers them. This thin laminate causes each card to shine like a high gloss picture. Often this is an extra feature offered by many companies, but we call it a standard.
Our customers come from many different industries and we mention them to help you determine other uses for your Photo ID cards.
RFID (Proximity Card) is an automatic identification method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data using devices called RFID tags or transponders. An RFID tag is an object that can be attached or inserted into a product, animal, or person for the purpose of identification using radio waves. Silicone chips and antennas are the two parts that make up the chip-based RFID tags. Passive tags require no internal power source, whereas active tags require a power source. Passive tags have no internal power supply and are powered by the electrical current received through the antenna. This is enough power to turn on the silicone chip and transmit a pre-encoded response.
When it comes to the RFID and its incorporation into photo identification cards, passive RFID technology is what has been the primary standard in an environment where not many standards exist. In any emerging technology, just as it was with the VCR (Beta vs. VHS) there are several companies that try to set the standard for others to follow. After time, a standard does arrive and organizations come together.
Even though the earliest history of RFID technology was developed in 1946 as an espionage tool for the Soviet government, it has not been until around the year 2000 when most of the utilization and enhancements have been made. With such a short usable history, there have been many standards and systems installed that do not follow today’s “open format” standard that has been utilized by most of the systems available today. The biggest of the problems in having a system that does not comply with today’s open format is being able to expand on the system as implemented. Even as it applies to being able to purchase new or replacement ID cards for such a system. Simply put, the further away from the standard your system is, the more expensive it becomes to maintain.
So what is today’s standard anyway?
ISO 7810 is the international standard that defines the formats for ID cards. More specifically, ISO 14443 defines the magnetic loop antenna that operates at 13.56MHz.
If you have an RFID System and want FullIdentity.com to handle your ID card needs, we can establish an account with you that will allow us to supply cards specifically made for your organization. In minimum orders of 50 cards, we can store cards specifically for your organization based on your facility code and starting sequence. We will communicate with you, when your inventory is running low, to enable us to restock cards of your specification. If your organization already has a supply of preprogrammed RFID cards, you can forward them to our office and we will shelve them and use them only under your authorization for your company’s needs.