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Liberty QX RF Security Gate

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Designed to provide the greatest flexibility in tight spaces, Liberty QX fits easily into areas that are too small for traditional detection systems. The Liberty product line represents the ultimate in radio frequency (RF) detection systems, featuring proprietary Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology. With impact resistant thermoplastic and protective stainless steel end caps, the Liberty QX RF Security Gate is engineered to stand up to a busy library environment.

For more information on the Liberty QX RF Security Gate, please request a 3M Library Systems Sales Representative, or contact us.


Product Benefits

Design/Install options

  • 36" corridor width
  • Unlimited number of corridors
  • Variety of mounting options including direct mount, base plate or buried cable.
  • Meets ADA requirements

Excellent Security

  • Designed for use with Checkpoint RF tags
  • Advanced Digital Signal Processing
  • Audible and visual alarm
  • Safe for all media types
  • Advanced filtering algorithms maximize alarm integrity

Reliable Performance

  • Independent lattice alarms allow easy alarm detection
  • Lattices can be disabled/enabled individually
  • High-durability base protects electronics from dust, cleaning fluids, etc.

Product Specifications

Lattice Dimensions

66.5" h x 12.0" w x 1.25" d (1689 mm x 305 mm x 32 mm))
Base Depth: 3.5" (89mm)

Lattice Construction

Frame: Textured, molded-through color, impact resistant injection-molded plastic
Frame Endcaps: Brushed stainless steel
Base: Texture, molded-through color, impact resistant injection-molded plastic

Weight

20 lbs. (9.12kg)

Energy Profile

100-240V,1.6 A max.
50-60 Hz.
60-70 VA power supply
Energy Star Rated (U.S.)


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