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AS NZS ISO 28560.1:2015 pdf free

AS NZS ISO 28560.1:2015 pdf free.Information and documentation – RFID in libraries
The type of usage data element provides additional qualifying information about the item or part of a set, for example, the type of material and its use within the library. As synergies between RFID-enabled devices become more common, this data element can be set dynamically by one RFID device for the benefit of another. Individual parts of a set can have different values for the type of usage data element.If this data element is encoded, it shall use the values specified in Annex C.
The code structure for CDs, DVDs, and other products without formal registration codes follows conventional GS1 rules. This means that for many products that originate in the United States, the code shall be expanded with leading zeros to conform to the 13-digit structure. Codes on products from most other countries use the full 13-digit structure. Encoding everything in a 13-digit structure is important because the final digit is a check digit that can be used for validation processes in some systems.
The supply chain stage data element is used to identify the stage of the supply chain in which the item currently resides. While current practice is for individual library institutions to add RFID tags to their own material, this data element might become significant if tagging becomes more common at “upstream” stages of the library material supply chain.
Table 3 lists the supply chain stage code decimal values that shall be used if this data element is encoded.
The AFI has a feature that enables the application to specify that the AFI is to be locked, or to be left unlocked. Once locked, the AFI cannot be unlocked. The AFI shall not be locked if it is used as part of an item security system where two values of the AFI are used, one for on-loan items and one for in-stock items. If other security mechanisms are used, then the AFI can be locked at the individual library’s discretion. Before locking, libraries should give consideration to the item’s use in other libraries through cooperative arrangements or interlibrary loans (for example, if the recipient library wanted to use the AFI for security while the item was in its possession even though the donor library did not).AS NZS ISO 28560.1 pdf free download.

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