CR100 cards are known as “government-sized cards,” and are slightly larger than the standard CR80 credit card-sized cards.

The CR100 ID card is approximately a half-inch bigger than the CR80 card (on both ends), measuring 2.63″ x 3.88″, or approximately 67 mm x 99 mm.

In the identification industry, CR100 cards are often called government-sized ID cards, due to their popularity as government credentials.

Since most government credentials are designed to be worn and displayed, not stuck in a pocket, providing visibility. Due to their larger size, CR100 cards are frequently used to create government ID badges; however, these cards are not restricted to only government agencies. CR100 cards are perfect for oversized ID cards and badges.

CR79, CR80 and CR100 Card Dimensions

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