Attract Customers with Magnetic Stripe Data Encoding
A magnetic stripe is the black or brown stripe that you see on your credit card, or maybe the back of your airline ticket or transit card. The stripe is made up of tiny magnetic particles in a resin. The particles are either applied directly to the card or made into a stripe on a plastic backing which is applied to the card.
Magnetic stripes on PlastiCard ID cards utilize that strip of recordable magnetic material to store encoded data that is later retrieved by passing the card through a reader such as an ATM. The magnetic stripe technology is available as part of the PlastiCard photo ID system and may used in conjunction with signature, fingerprints and other holograms to produce secure and attractive plastic ID cards for a wide variety of applications.
Please contact us for a free needs analysis and to learn more about PlastiCard's magnetic stripe technology and secure access card control systems, supplies and services.