3M Security strips Tattle-Tape™
The basic element of security EM system consists of EM security strips, which are inserted into books or other materials in the library. With them then operate the various hardware elements of the system, such as de / activators, security gates or Selfchecks.
3M Tattle-Tape™ Security Strips B1
Single-sided strips are designed for hardcover books. Strips can be easily inserted into book spines with a bayonet either on a countertop or right in the stacks. Strips are hidden.
3M Tattle-Tape™Security Strips B2
Ultra-thin, double-sided strips are designed to be applied between pages of books and periodicals. The extra-long liner makes it easier to insert the strip deeply into the gutter, making it virtually undetectable.
3M Security Strips DCD-2
These precision-balanced strips are designed for CDs and DVDs. The easy, one-step application process integrates two strips into a clear film overlay that prevents removal and protects the surface of the disc. Strips will not affect performance.
3M Tattle-Tape™Security Strip R2
Applied with the Tattle-Tape™ Application System, these strips are in roll format with no liners to remove. They’re automatically dispensed and can be applied to print materials six times faster than traditional strips.
Tattle-Tape™ Application System
With this device, you can apply Tattle-Tape™ Security Strips to print materials three to five times faster than applying the strips by hand. Use it in the stacks or behind the scenes. UL-certified.
3M Tattle-Tape™Security Strips DVM-1
These strips are designed for unboxed videocassettes. Strips are hidden by a cover-up label that can be printed with a title or other information. Cover up labels need to be ordered separately.
3M Tattle-Tape™Security Strips SB-3
These strips are designed for unboxed audiocassettes and small books. Strips are hidden by a cover-up label that can be printed with a title or other information. Cover up labels need to be ordered separately.
Action / Conference
- Seminar on digitization (not only) for regional libraries VIII (SDRUK-IT) 03.04.2019 - 04.04.2019