Fargo 84814 YMCFK ribbons consist of yellow (Y), magenta (M) and cyan (C) panels for printing a full spectrum of colors by combining the colors using varying degrees of heat. The F panel is a fluorescing panel that allows you to print grayscale text or images that are only visible with ultraviolet (UV) light. The K panel is a black resin panel, typically used for printing text and barcodes.
Fargo 84814 YMCFK ribbons are used for printing a combination of full-color images and one-color text or barcodes.
The F panel in the Fargo 84814 YMCFK ribbon provides an economical way to include an effective anti-counterfeit security feature that is difficult to forge.
This Fargo 84814 ribbon features a fluorescing (F) panel that allows you to produce grayscale text or images that are invisible until exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. These hidden images or text can be used as a highly effective anti-counterfeit security feature that's difficult to forge, and is ideal for use in creating government or corporate ID badges.
The Fargo 84814 ribbon is for use with the HDP8500 series of card printers, and must be used in conjunction with HDP film for HDP8500 printers.
ID Wholesaler offers a low price guarantee on Fargo 84814 ribbon.
Practical Application: Use the Fargo 84814 ribbon to print a fluorescent copy of a badge holder's photograph on a card, thereby creating a highly effective and unique visual security element.
Did you know that Fargo 84814 color ribbons have a shelf life?
When stored under proper conditions, Fargo 84814 dye-sublimation color ribbons typically have a shelf life of up to one year. Ribbons that are more than a year old, and improperly stored, will not print optimally and will likely end up costing more money and time in maintenance and in reprinting cards.
ID Wholesaler is an authorized Fargo reseller specializing in ID card printing products. We guarantee that our 84814 ribbons are genuine Fargo ribbons, are properly stored, and are always 'fresh'.
How do you find your ribbon's shelf life?
To find whether your ribbon is past its shelf life, look for the manufactured date above the part number on the sticker on the box.