RFID & Electronic Article Surveillance
Tech SIS has a wide selection of EAS Solution/Anti theft system for the retail industry. The solution consists of a full line of both RF & AM Systems , Electronic Tags,Labels, Detachers & Deactivators.
We are able to provide a complete range of different EAS equipment to prevent theft and limit losses resulting from criminal activity.
ELECTRONIC ARTICLE – SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
We satisfy all technical requirements with warranty & deliver the utmost in quality as well as significant We are partnering with trusted name in the industry engagged in offering a quality range of Electronic article surveillance system/Anti Theft System & Radio Frequency identification security solution across world wide.
Our electronic article surveillance (EAS) products reduce the risk of shoplifting & theft with a cost-effective alarm and tagging system.
With the highest detection rates in the Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) market, our anti-theft tags, wrap tags and sensors are best-in-class in inventory security. In addition to improved loss prevention, our Electronic Article Surveillance security systems offer traffic counting intelligence and management reporting, enhancing your retail operations.
BENEFITS OF OUR SOLUTION OFFERINGS
- Best-in-class electronic article surveillance (EAS) solutions.
- Tie Up with Industry Leading Manufactrers/Solution Partners likesensormatics ,Max tag Checkpoint, Tyco etc…
- False alarm immunity to prevent customer embarrassment.
- High detection rate to protect all kinds of goods from theft
- Visible, concealed or discreet detectors
- Wide-exit coverage offers greater flexibility for entrance/exit layouts
- Wide range of attractive designs complement any store décor
- Sophisticated digital controller technology for optimum system performance
- Traffic-counting intelligence
- Detection of foil-lined bags and EAS jammers
TYPES OF EAS
- ELECTRO MAGNETIC SYSTEM
- ACOUSTO- MAGNETIC SYSTEM
- RADIO FREQUENCY
- VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
ELECTRO MAGNETIC SYSTEM
- These tags are made up of a strip of amorphous metal. These are the most common kind of EAS, and can be easily deactivated and reactivated on demand. They are extremely popular amongst all kinds of retailers due to their low cost and small size. If an active tag passes through the detection range, then the alarm will go off.
- These types of tags are commonly find inside the items such as books, food packaging and clothing accessories.
ACOUSTO – MAGNETIC SYSTEM
- Similar in design to electro-magnetic systems, these tags are composed of two strip of metal , the type of metal as outlined above and also a magnetic metallic strip,which emit a signal that sets off alarms when it approached the detectors at the store entrance/exit.
- These are the more robust and accurate tagging solution in a much wider field of detection
- These strips are most commonly found in more expensive items, such asclothing, alcohol and electrical goods, which by their value alone ar items that are often targeted by shoplifters.
- Often known as RF or RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) are tags that employ a tiny chip that can be sensed by the magnetic field given off by the security system. RFID tags are also able to include specific information about the product that they’re attached to. This gives retailers the opportunity to know exactly what type of product is being taken through the field.
- The major benefits of tags that employ radio frequencies, is that they can be sensed even when they’re several feet away from its detection device – giving the user plenty of time to deal with any potential shoplifting incidents.
- These tags resonate anywhere between 1.75 Mhz to 9.5 Mhz. The most commonly frequency is 8.2 Mhz, and sensding is achieved by the detector sweeping around the resonant frequency and detecting the chip.
- Due to the abilities of a RFID tag to contain specific information, likely to see them used on a wide range of items, but more commonly on media items, such as books, DVDs and other electronic devices. Another popular usage of RFID tags is within a warehouse environment, where each item can be identified in a matter of seconds, making for quick and easy storage or movement of the item.
These permanent tags are made of a non-linear element called a Diode.
In electronics a diode is a two-terminal electronic component which conducts electric current asymmetrically or unidirectional; that is, it conducts current more easily in one direction than in the opposite direction. The term usually refers to a semiconductor diode, the most common type today, coupled to one microwave and one electrostatic antenna.
At the exit, one antenna emits a low-frequency (about 100 kHz) field, and another one emits a microwave field.
The tag acts as a mixer reemitting a combination of signals from both fields. This modulated signal triggers the alarm. These tags are permanent and somewhat costly. They are mostly used in clothing stores.