The Murrieta Public Library, Grand Valley State University, and Norwich Free Academy were announced as new or continuing customers that have purchased or installed library solutions from 3M Library Solutions.
California-based Murrieta Public Library has purchased the 3M Intelligent Return and Sorter System Model FX, which has the ability to simultaneously read multiple ISO RFID tag data formats, allowing the processing of materials from consortium member libraries that use ISO compliant RFID tags from other vendors.
Grand Valley State University in Michigan will deploy 3M RFID across its five libraries, which serve a population of 24,000 students, faculty and staff. The purchase includes RFID tags, staff workstations, self-checkout kiosks, the Digital Library Assistant and several Model 9100 detection systems.
Norwich Free Academy in Connecticut has chosen the 3M Detection System Model 3802 to protect its 15,000-plus collection from loss. The new dual-corridor system expands the library’s current detection system corridor width to 42 inches, allowing easier access for all patrons. In addition, the library purchased accessories to desensitize Tattle-Tape Strips when materials are checked out and to resensitize the strips when they’re returned to the library.