Library Equipment

Riverina Regional Library Uses RFID Technology to Improve Customer Service

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere September 15, 2009) - The Riverina Regional Library (RRL) in Australia is using UPM Raflatac RFID tags to optimize the management of its expanding collections. The technology is also improving library efficiency and customer service by freeing staff to spend more time with patrons. Riverina Regional Library (RRL) serves some 107,000 constituents across nine local government...

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3M Teams up with AGI Polymatrix to Deliver DVD and CD Security Solution to Libraries

Date of issue: 25th March, 2009 3M, the diversified technology company and AGI Polymatrix, a MeadWestvaco Corp. resource, have announced a strategic marketing alliance under which 3M will offer the unique Red Tag DVD and CD security solution to libraries. 3M's Library Systems business, a long-trusted supplier of library productivity, security and information management solutions, and AGI...

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HK Systems Selected To Provide Automated Library System For Australian University

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, MARCH 16, 2009 --- HK Systems, Inc., North America's leading automated material handling and supply chain software total solutions provider, today announces being selected by Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, to provide an Automated Library System for their new state-of-the-art library. Currently under construction, the new library is the first Australian university...

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Return and Sorter System suits library book-drop rooms.

Able to process RFID tags and barcodes, as well as reactivate electromagnetic security strips, 3-bin Intelligent Return and Sorter System comes with optional printer for receipts and 2 choices for user interface on induction unit. Classic version provides intuitive interface with buttons to start induction and, if desired, print receipt. Plus version comes with LCD touch screen that can provide...

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RFID Tag is suited for identifying/tracking library books.

RFID Tag is suited for identifying/tracking library books.

RFID Library tag is designed for tracking book inventory in RFID Library System. Capable of 10 yr data lifespan, HF smart label tag features memory that can be customized in 1 or 4 Kb to record library book information such as title, type, author, specific remarks, and borrowing records. It enables checked-in and checked-out security in RFID library system, can be integrated with protected...

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Princeton Public Library Selects RCD Technology Custom Library Cards and Book Labels

RCD develops a RFID product line for the library market QUAKERTOWN, Pa., April 26 - RCD Technology, a vertically integrated designer and producer of HF and UHF tags for RFID applications and the Princeton Public Library, introduced a customized RFID library card marking RCD's entrance into the book and label patron card market. RCD will be attending RFID Journal Live 2007 (Orlando, FL), located...

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3M Teams with AGI Polymatrix to Deliver DVD and CD Security Solution to Libraries

ST. PAUL, Minn.-- June 21, 2006--3M and AGI Polymatrix, a MeadWestvaco Corp. resource, today announced a strategic marketing alliance under which 3M will offer the unique Red Tag DVD and CD security solution to libraries. 3M Library Systems, a long-trusted supplier of library productivity, security and information management solutions, and AGI Polymatrix, a world leader in DVD and CD media...

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Material Handling Solutions aid in library automation.

Library Mate 24/7(TM) automated patron self-service return unit is weather-resistant and operates outdoors as induction point in systems that use automated sortation. With capacity of 660 items/hr, unit supports returns processing using RFID, bar codes, or hybrid combinations. Other library solutions include Ergo Tote(TM) battery-operated tote-lifting device, MiniSorter(TM) modular linear-belt...

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Library Return/Sorting System is completely automated.

Library Return/Sorting System is completely automated.

Library Mate(TM) return and sortation system accepts library materials up to 16 x 12 x 4 in. weighing up to 11 lb and has integral bar code/RFID scanner. Cross-belt design ensures gentle handling of delicate and mixed materials such as books, magazines, CDs, and DVDs, while maintaining sorting capacity of up to 4,500 items/hr. Unit can empty into compact sorter, which sorts and stacks materials...

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