Discreet design to deter thieves without intimidating patrons. Secured media carried through the gates will activate light and/or a sound alert.
The gates work independently from other units, reducing the risk of circumventing the system.
Combined with the unique Lyngsoe Track Mate™ software, detailed statistics of patron entry and exit through the gates become available. On alarms, the item-ID is sent to the staff screen.
When a secured RFID item passes through Lyngsoe Alarm Gates, Track Mate™ will collect the item-ID and e.g. display the author and title on the staff screen.
Track Mate™ offers detailed statistics of patron entry and exit. Graphical overviews are available in the software, and data can be exported to fit individual reporting needs.
The Track Mate™ features a site overview to see activity at individual gates in the library, providing valuable information for planning purposes.
Your library’s collection is a valued community investment. To protect these library resources you can use the detection gates. The gates help you protect your print materials and digital media from unintended removal or theft. When someone walks between the gates with a library item that is not checked out properly an alarm will sound.
It is hard to believe we have managed to fit this much performance into something as thin as this. Our gates are especially designed to blend into your library whilst maintaining the open character of your building. With its sleek design (only 20mm width) and high performance, the fully transparent gates are an absolute must-have for every library.
With our PG gates, a gate opening can be up to
1.7 m wide! This enables you to open your library up to disabled people and will help you to be flexible in terms of accommodating goods in – and – out through your entrances.
The multi gate RFID systems consist of at least two gates, installed to form a passageway. The use of a multiplexer instead of a splitter results in wider aisles (up to 2.0 m, under perfect circumstances). The PG45 & PG50 systems can be expanded to a maximum of eight gates for use in wide entrances / exits. (PG45i sixteen gates) Systems with more than eight gates are available on request.
Electromagnetic technology utilizes EM-labels hidden between the pages of books and is, therefore, an ideal choice for libraries where the security of the collection is of the highest priority. The EM700 with its clear Plexiglas® transparent material creates a sense of space, invaluable for congested entrances and is a very desirable design among architects.
The alarm is indicated by sound and light, which is built into the antennae. The duration of the alarm sound and light is adjustable. Modern technology helps prevent false alarms from, for example, mobile phones and the alarm is adjustable to suit the surroundings to achieve high levels of detection. Gates can also be connected to video surveillance and other external systems.
Enable and empower your patrons with simple-to-use self-service library solutions. Let patrons help by taking over tasks when borrowing or returning items on library kiosks. This will release staff time to support new activities in your library. With the attractive self-service equipment and access solutions, the patrons feel welcome and can enjoy extended library services while at the same time helping staff by bringing the items to the next patron in line.
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