EMPOWER RETAILERS TO FIGHT GLOBAL SHRINK & RETAIL CRIME WITH PROVEN MERCHANDISE PROTECTION SOLUTION.
Any loss of inventory- whether its related to shoplifting, employee theft, error or fraud- impacts retailers regardless of price. An Electronic Article Surveillance (E.A.S.) is a type of system used to prevent . It is used by a large amount of companies and applied in different markets all over the world to secure items within the store. Its innovative solution is designed to give retailers of all sizes protection for their merchandise while providing a frictionless experience for shoppers.
An E.A.S. systems uses of a variety of technologies which work together to alert potential theft. The system utilizes three primary components: an electronic antenna, a deactivator/detacher, and an electronic tag. The antenna is usually placed at store entrances and exits. This essentially creates an invisible gate, since the antenna picks up on an active tag passing by it and subsequently triggers an alarm.
1. Electronic Article
is an alarm system that helps prevent retail theft. It is triggered when someone leaves a store or building with an unpaid product that has an active tag or label still attached to it. It typically consists of two components: the EAS antennas and EAS tags or labels.
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