RFIQ™ is proving to be a robust security solution for a busy library
Yesterday Hamilton Boys' High School said goodbye to their old and unreliable Checkpoint EM security system, and welcomed a beautiful and highly effective D-Tech RFIQ™ security system from Library Plus.
The key function of the system is to reliably protect the libraries extensive book and DVD collection.
Not only is it very easy on the eyes, it happens to be the only entry level security system for schools available that utilises RFID technology.
As an Access-It library software customer, they enjoy an automatic function which means the book's security tags are issued or return automatically from Access-IT.
This library knows it has made a future proof and progressive step towards full RFID.
Hamilton Boys' High School is New Zealand's 7th largest state secondary school (year 9-15) with a role of 2150 students.
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To whom it may concern,
Recently Hamilton Boys’ High School Library had a D-Tech RFIQ security system installed by Library Plus. Library Plus also supplied us with security labels for the book collection and the DVD collection. Library Plus provides on going service and if any issues occur it is problem-solved fast and efficiently. Steve Sussex is very approachable and professional. Everything is done to a very high standard. The gates are sturdy yet aesthetically pleasing and the security pads are hidden from view giving the issues and returns desk a cleaner look. The D-Tech RFIQ security system is a modern up to date system which will be compatible to any Library Management System and is adaptable for any future development. I can highly recommend Library Plus to any library looking to update their security system.
Nick Vincent, Library Manager
Hamilton Boys’ High School