UniBook Smart Stand
Self-service terminal

UniBook Smart Stand self-service station is created to improve the quality of service for readers of modern libraries and simplify the routine operations of employees.

The station allows readers to independently register books taken in an open fund on their own electronic library card and return them to the library. The user-friendly software interface and voice prompts make the station easy to use for people of all ages.

The adjustable height level of the station’s working surface makes it easy for people with disabilities to use it , and this station will also become an indispensable assistant in the children's library.

Software:

Interactive terminal
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Voice assistance of users

Book distribution station uses voice prompts for users, helping to work with the terminal accompanying readers throughout the whole time.

Large 24 inch touch screen

Easy to use for users of all ages and people with disabilities. Working with the terminal will not cause difficulties even for people unfamiliar with the world of IT technology.

Adjustable work surface height

Easy to use for users of all ages and people with disabilities.

Built-in receipt printer

Automatic receipt printing of taken books upon completion of work with the station.

Activation / deactivation of EAS function

Book distribution using the terminal automatically deactivates the EAS RFID tag.

Adaptation of software for visually impaired people

Station software can work in a special mode for visually impaired people.

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Consumables

During operation of this independent book distribution station, you will need to use:

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