CIM Introduces MF12000, a New Multi-Card Coding Platform
Miami, FL: CIM, a manufacturer of plastic card personalization solutions, has recently introduced a new high volume smart card encoding unit- MF12000. It is a new multi-card encoding platform with 12 encoding stations for the personalization of smart cards, designed for high volume central card smart card issuance.
The MF12000 platform supports a broad range of open and proprietary contact and contactless systems, ISO 14443, ISO 18092, NFC forum, as well as proprietary systems from MIFARE, my-d, NFC, FeliCa. This sort of compatibility provides companies and organizations with a single source for their contact and contactless personalization needs. The new platform can also be configured to personalize hybrid and dual-interface cards.
The platform allows users to personalize up to 12 smart cards as it is equipped with 12 encoding stations. It ensures high throughput, and makes multi-card processing easy, offering complete flexibility and reliability with its 12 input hoppers capable of holding 200 cards each.
The alternating cycle time allows the machine to maintain a high throughput even when performing complex programming operations, such as EMV and multi-function applications. This makes it an ideal solution for financial, government, insurance and telecommunication card encoding programs. An additional feature of MF12000 is that it can work stand-alone or in-line with other Pro Series modules.
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