Shielded book delivery device

The device is used for programming RFID tags, that is, linking the unique serial number of the tag to a specific book in the library database, as well as for issuing and accepting books by library employees.

With the use of an RFID system, you no longer need to open a book, check its number or barcode, and deactivate the anti-theft function — all this is done automatically in one action. 2 in 1: the antenna and the reader Fewer wires means more convenience. Due to the fact that the antenna and reader are in the same case, you only need to connect one wire to the computer's USB port.


Easy to install:

  1. 1 On the desktop
  2. 2Can be embedded under it

Identification, anti-theft function and lending out and returning of publications

Shielded antenna eliminates a false reading

Compatible with any traditional security systems

The software and hardware complex "workplace" optimizes and simplifies routine tasks

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