Due Date Detuning Cards
To check a book out, the library personnel would need to put a date due detuning card in the library pocket. This would allow the person to leave the library with the book. When the book is returned, the date due detuning card would be taken out and the book would be returned to its shelf. Once the card is taken out, the tag is active again.
The self adhesive library pocket can be used in library applications. The pocket hides the 1 1/2″ or 2″ 8.2 or 9.5 MHz disposable security label. The disposable label goes on first then the book pocket is placed over it. The books are placed on the shelf that way. If a student or patron tried to leave the library through the security pillars, the security pillars will light up and make an alarm sound.
The Date Due Detuning cards would work with Checkpoint and Checkpoint frequency library security systems. The cards come 250 per sheet. The cards are 2-7/8″ x 4-15/16″. There are 56 boxes to stamp the date on each side of the card.
The date due detuning cards are white in color. Minimum quantity would be 250 cards, which is what comes in one package.