Datacard’s line of card printers comply with the European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive, the company recently announced. The RoHS directive deadline is July 1 and affects all EU member nations.
Minnetonka, Minn.–Datacard Group announced that the company’s complete line of Datacard SP Series card printers and Datacard Tru Photo solutions comply with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive. These products are currently available to help our customers meet the July 1, 2006, RoHS directive deadline, which affects all European Union (EU) member nations.
“Datacard Group is strongly committed to meeting environmental standards in every market worldwide,” said Connell Smith, vice president of ID Solutions for Datacard Group. “Now, our customers in the EU will be able to select SP Series card printers and Tru Photo solutions with confidence, knowing these offerings deliver high productivity and excellent reliability, and are RoHS compliant.”
The SP35, SP55 and SP75 card printers offer a wide range of capabilities for issuing cost-effective, high-quality secure IDs and cards for applications in corporations, government, education, retail and other market segments. Tru Photo solutions use a software-driven design that lets you capture and crop the exact image you need without ever touching the camera.
Datacard Group offers the world’s best-selling secure ID and card personalization solutions. The company’s portfolio includes systems for high-volume card issuance, card delivery, secure ID issuance and passport production, plus extensive service and supply offerings. Datacard Group serves customers in more than 120 countries (www.datacard.com).