Tagit™ library security systems are known for their patented three axis detection technology offering security to prestige libraries and learning centers where high quality security systems with exceptional performance and elegant contemporary design are required.
Tagit 3D EM Systems and labels provide an improved detection while using smaller labels. Higher detection, lower price!
Tagit offers a variety of labels & systems, allowing libraries to protect their vulnerable items. Tagit improved existing library systems with its 3D technology: From 3M to 3D
Tagit Systems are the only one on the market which detect EM labels in books & media in all 3 directions, where as other systems only protect labels in 2 directions.
Tagit Systems, combined with special Tagit B labels have the best protection of books, even if placed in shoplifter foil bags. They also have the best detection when placed on metal media, like CD’s or DVD’s.
With Tagit 3D systems you can protect your books with traditional tail tags produced by all suppliers as well as with single and double side glue 90, 63 and even 51 mm B type labels produced by Tagit.
Tagit Systems, with the latest AC adapter are silent, a key requirement for libraries.
Tagit produce a range of systems, from the lower cost For-tuna System, to the highly attractive Premium Light version, to the high end full Acrylic Premium version. Ideal for libra-ries with different aesthetic and budget requirements.
Tagit Systems go through stringent quality control tests and are extremely reliable and come with a 2 year warranty. This lowers the total cost of ownership of the systems.
The best place is between the pages at the end of the book. (Between the pages in the last part of the book)
Detection will be better, but the activation and deactivation process will be more complicated. Therefore it is not recommended.
No, because the shorter label is unlikely to detect.
The system is safe for use by all staff and is in accordance with all the local certifications.
There is no limit on the number of times that tha labels can be deactivated or reactivated.