ONTIME is a leading manufacturer of anti-shoplifting products with multi-branch companies spanning from Germany, Russia, Dubai and Czech to Chile.
Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) is
a technological method for preventing shoplifting from retail stores.
What EAS can do?
1．Provide security and tracking for the entire merchandise chain
2．Enable new sale mode for openly displayed merchandises
3．Reduce labor cost and improve working efficiency
Within the retail industry, the devices are generally known as security tags or Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) tags. The technology favored for modern tags involves a set of gates that transmits pulses of a low-range radio frequency. Inside each security tag is a resonator, a device that picks up the transmitted signal and repeats it.
The set of gates also contains a receiver that is programmed to recognize whether it is detecting the target signal during the time gaps between the pulses being broadcast by the gates. Sensing a signal during these intervals indicates the presence of a signal being resonated (rebroadcast) by a security tag in the detection zone.
When this occurs, the gates sound an alarm; in some systems, the alarm sound is accompanied by a flashing light.
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of a wireless non-contact system that uses radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data from a tag attached to an object, for the purposes of automatic identification and tracking.