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Active" EAS tags on products set off retail alarms systems when the they come in contact with doorway and gate alarm systems, so that only those products that have been purchased -- and have had their tags removed or deactivated -- will pass through retailer doorways unnoticed.
Although source tagging helps retailers cut out the labor expense involved in placing EAS tags on products, Knievel points out other reasons for source tagging's importance.
detect EAS tags across a broader expanse and come equipped with alarm detector wands.
The study will measure the effectiveness of EAS tagging and source labeling; compare the deterring power of visible EAS tags with tags not readily apparent to the consumer; and compare tagging of high-theft merchandise with other methods of control, such as locked display cases.
This is similar to GPS for EAS tags as the multiple antenna package pings a specifically tuned area at the store entrance or exit.
It was Home Depot's decision to require suppliers to apply the EAS tags that propelled the rush to source-tagging.
With Evolve and Checkpoint's wide range of RF EAS tags, retailers can protect all their merchandise from theft and reduce shrink at their stores.
Working in conjunction with anti-theft tag detectors, pedestals and EAS tags, UltraLink is the electronic system that collects and centralizes information on EAS events.
While the passive electronic article surveillance tag has many applications, a primary and high-volume use is as a replacement for the existing AM (Acusto Magnetic) EAS tags.
Whether working with supplier partners to implement a source tagging program or taking on the project in-house, the number of supermarket chains utilizing EAS tags is growing throughout the industry.
Current deactivators can be retrofitted to handle all three types of EAS tags at a cost of about $10 a unit, according to Albert Caperna, NovaVision's president.
For instance, he says, current deactivators can be retrofit to handle all three types of EAS tags at a cost of about $10 a unit.