- Compatible with Hard Tags and Labels
- Wide/Multiple Aisle Capability
- Choice of Frequencies
- Easy, Fast Reliable Deactivation
- Deactivation can be hidden
- Integrates smoothly with checkout procedures
- Competitive Price
- Aesthetic—More design options
- Reduced Backfield on Swept Systems
- Large selection of Hard Tags and Labels
- Labels can be custom printed
- Labels are paper thin
Radio Frequency (RF) systems are chosen by more retailers than any other technology. This is due to more system choices to compliment store layouts, more tag and label choices than any other technology and a lower investment for comparable results.
Within the RF technology there are two differant types. Swept or Pulse (digital).
RF swept uses a seperate transmitter and reciever, whereas the Pulse uses a transmitter and reciever in the same pedestal. this give you choices for differant shop layouts.
RF Labels are paper-thin, self-adhesive tags used to protect any type of non-metallic, hard items such as film, video tapes, books, magazines, cosmetics, pharmaceutical products or security cases for CD or DVD protection. RF Labels are available in plain white or with a simulated barcode, to deceive shoplifters. Plain Labels can be custom-printed with active barcodes, customer logos or pricing information. Labels can be used for source tagging, which is the process of concealing labels inside of retail merchandise at the point of manufacture or packaging.
The RF deactivator has a loop, which can be placed underneath the counter or in the price scanner at the point of sale. When the RF Label is placed next to the price tag, the label will be deactivated simultaneously when the price barcode is scanned. Not only does this make the checkout process fast and efficient for the sales operator, but it also allows for more usable counter space. RF Pad Deactivators are also available for counter top point-of-sale if required, quick and easy deactivation is still maintained.
A variety of hard tags and pins are designed to be used with all types of merchandise. From the most delicate fabrics to thick denims and man-made materials, making tagging quick and easy.
Lanyards and versi-clips can be used with hard tags protect merchandise which otherwise could not be protected. Some examples are: tennis rackets, stereo equipment, hardware items and sporting goods.
When attached to merchandise hard tags stay firmly attached, protecting your merchandise from theft until they are removed at the point of sale. Tags are removed from the merchandise using a chrome detacher, secured at the checkout area.
The Chrome Magnetic Detacher easily releases EAS hard tags from the protected articles at the point-of-sale. It is extremely durable, and due to no mechanical parts is maintenance free. Detachers are also available for use with the Super Lock hard tags and super lock shell tags.