fargo DTC4250e single sided plastic card printer with usb and ethernet connectivity

£924.99 (EX VAT)

Category: SKU: P-FG-52000 Brand:



This is the Fargo DTC4250e plastic card printer. Like a lot of Fargo printers, this is a direct-to-card printer. This means that the printer will directly print onto the surface of the plastic card. It achieves this by heating the printer ribbon which is below the print head. This results in the transfer of the printer ribbon to the blank plastic ID card.

More specifically, though, what is the Fargo DTC4250e? Well, it’s an easy to use, earth friendly, versatile, printer. The plastic card printer is easy and efficient to set-up, it also uses a loading and printing feature with all-in-one printer ribbons, features card cleaning cartridges, and it also has a SmartScreen™ graphical display for ease of use.

Now, on to the earth-friendly aspect, the DTC4250e uses eco-friendly refill printer ribbons. This means that when you purchase a printer ribbon, the cartridge you get, you’ll be able to be used over and over again, simply purchase another ribbon and place it into the cartridge.

The Fargo DTC4250e has a pretty impressive print speed as well. In just 6 seconds this speedy little printer can print off a monochrome printed plastic card. What about a monochrome overlay plastic card? This plastic card printer can print that off in just 8 seconds. Then, of course, there is the YMCKO printed card that will take just 16 seconds! You simply can-not complain about those numbers.

Then there are the input and output hoppers. They’re pretty great considering this is a standard DTC desktop printer. Both input and output card hoppers can hold up to 100 cards at each time, so, load up your cards in the input hopper and simply wait for them to arrive in the output hopper. If you’re printing YMCKO cards, printing 100 cards should only take about 27 minutes.

Now, let’s have a look at the connectivity. As standard, the Fargo DTC4250e comes with USB and Ethernet connectivity. The USB means for a quicker and an easier set-up, then there is Ethernet. With an Ethernet connection you can add your printer to a network of computers, with that you can set access rights to what users can do, then your users can simply print away.