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School media centers change to modern RFIQ systems from antiquated RF and EM security systems
School systems across the country have used RF security to stop book and media item loss for over 40 years. There are thousands of media centers in schools that have depended on stopping the loss of valuable books and media items with RF security. Since January of 2016, the production of RF tags at the 9.5 school frequency has ceased. This leaves inferior tags to fill the place of high quality tags that were produced by Checkpoint. Media centers will see a drop in quality and consistency for book security, with this event and stand to loose a higher percentage of items yearly.
Fortunately for the future of book security in media centers, Murphy’s Security Solutions and there partner D-Tech a world wide leader in RFID technology has a system to fill the gap. Enter the next generation of book security the RFIQ system, based on the hottest technology for security and productivity in libraries today.
The RFIQ system provides superior security and stays at an entry level price for budget conscious school systems. The new technology, eliminates false alarms that were a legacy of the old RF and EM book theft systems. It also add a major boost in productivity for media personnel, allowing many more items to be checked out and processed for the student per hour than legacy technologies. With RFIQ, check cards and magnets which desensitized the security element in the book are not needed.
Another big advantage is that the system can be easily converted to full RFID and enable multiple item check-out and self check system capability with ease.
For more information on this technology for your school system media centers, contact Murphy’s security solutions for a free evaluation and a custom quote.
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