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How to evaluate the pros and cons of an anti-theft EAS system? [Bohang China]
The anti-theft EAS system on the market is very diverse. As a merchant, we sometimes have no way to judge whether the quality is good or bad.So when we want to buy, we don’t know how to choose.So do you know how to evaluate the pros and cons of an anti-theft EAS system for your store?
1. Detection rate and false positive rate:
Since the anti-theft EAS system often detects tags in a frequency range, other items in this range may also cause alarms. Therefore, how to improve the detection rate and reduce the false alarm rate is the most important factor to improve the quality of an anti-theft EAS system.
2. Stability and anti-interference:
During the use of EAS, a large number of metal objects, some electrical equipment, etc. may cause different degrees of interference to the anti-theft EAS system, increasing its stability, and is also one of the criteria for evaluating the merits of an anti-theft EAS system.
In the actual application process:
Electronic tags are classified into soft labels and hard tags. Soft labels are cheaper and adhere directly to "hard" products. Soft labels are not reusable; hard tags are more expensive than soft labels, but can be reused. Hard tags must be equipped with special tag removers, which are used for soft, easy-to-penetrate items. Most of the decoders are non-contact devices, which have a certain decoding height.
When the cashier accepts the cash or bags, the electronic tag can be decoded without touching the degaussing area. There is also a device that combines the decoder and the laser bar code scanner, so that the goods collection and decoding can be completed in one time, which is convenient for the cashier's work. In this way, it must cooperate with the laser bar code supplier to exclude the two. Mutual interference, improve decoding sensitivity.
The detector is typically a detection system device at the mall entrance or exit or cashier channel. After receiving the correct amount due from a customer to purchase a product, the cashier can authorize the item and legally leave a designated area by neutralizing the label attached to the item. Undecoded goods are taken away from the mall, and when passing through the anti-theft EAS system (mostly door-shaped), an alarm is triggered to alert the cashier, the customer and the store security personnel to deal with it in a timely manner.
Shopping electronic anti-theft EAS system working methods and equipment selection:
Anti-theft detection steps:
1. Attach the anti-theft tag to the item.
2. Install a detector at the mall exit or checkout.
3. After the payment, the goods are deactivated or unlocked by the special decoder to remove the hard tag.
4. Unpaid items (attached labels) When exiting, the anti-theft EAS system detects the label and issues an alarm to intercept the item.