Quick way to borrow up to 5 books in one move. At self-service kiosk you can borrow, extend of even process return of material without even having interaction with staff member.
Self-service borrowing and returning books is possible thanks to a device specially designed for readers. Electrically height-adjustable shelf and monitor makes easy to use for everybody. Self-service kiosk allows the user to borrow and return books by himself, allows access to his account, informs about return dates and prints receipts. Ideally suited to reading rooms and lending rooms with free access to book collections, both in small and large libraries. Works in RFID UHF or HF frequency.
With a library locker system, you can serve your customer even when the library is closed.
Locker allows to collect and return books previously ordered from the library.
The device makes it possible to accept books at any time, even outside the working hours of the library. It recognizes the returned items based on the data stored in the RFID library tag affixed to each book, and after identifying the user it sends this information to the library system. The user account is updated immediately, and the returned items are placed directly in a cart featuring a movable floor.
Extensive systems for automatic RFID returns are equipped with a sorter which directs the returned items to separate library carts according to a set of defined parameters.
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