SP25 Colour Ribbon, YMCKT, 250 Prints

R2,712

The colour ribbon prints 250 ID cards until you have to replace the ribbon.

Producing high-quality images and crisp text on your ID cards.

Very easy to slot into the SD range. Follow along in the video.

Description

Datacard colour ribbon

The Datacard colour ribbon prints vibrant photo-like images and crisp, detailed text.

250 ID card prints.

Features

Featuring outstanding full-colour panels plus a transparent topcoat that conveniently adds an extra layer of protection to your cards.

What’s in the box?

Comes complete with cleaning essentials to help maintain high-quality print results.

  • 250 full-colour prints per roll.
  • YMCKT colour ribbon (Yellow, Magenta, Cyan, Black and Topcoat panels).
  • One Isopropanol cleaning card and one adhesive cleaning sleeve.

Compatibility of colour ribbon

  • Datacard SD260, SD360, and SD460 card printers
  • Datacard SP25, SP35, SP55, and SP75 card printers

Please note:

  • This ribbon is not compatible with a card printer that has been stated.
  • It will not work with a Datacard printer that has R010 on the LCD screen.
  • But, it will work with a non regionalised Datacard printer that has EnUS in the top right corner of the LCD Screen.

Why do Datacard ribbons break?

  1. Print head temperature is set too high. Snapping your ribbon and damaging the printhead in the process. Therefore, it is important that you do not play with your printer manager.
  2. The location is off. Your printer is not printing directly onto the card. Slicing the ribbon when it touches.

Please clean your printer:

  • With a cleaning card after 250 prints.
  • With a cleaning swab after 250 prints

This ensures that your printer is clean and your print head is not damaged.

Therefore, prolonging the life of your printer and the high-quality cards it produces.

For more information, please contact us.

Additional information

Prints

250 prints

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