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For those do not familiar with EAS industry yet:
What is Retail Loss Prevention?
Retail loss prevention, also known as asset protection, is focused
investigations that include shoplifting, embezzlement, check and
credit card fraud for example. The derived Loss Prevention program
or approach should yield one or more methods to reduce the overall
amount of losses, or shrinkage, of merchandise. Depending on the
size of the retail store, Loss Prevention Agents or Officers are
hired to constantly evaluate and mange the department.
What is Shrinkage?
In financial accounting the terms inventory shrinkage is the loss
of products between point of manufacture from the supplier and
point of sale at the retail store.
What is Electronic Article Surveillance?
Also referred to as EAS, Electronic Article Surveillance is a means
to prevent shoplifting from retail stores by using modern
technology. For example merchandise commonly protected are books,
DVD’s, and apparel by affixing security tags or RF labels to the
merchandise. When the customer pays for the items at the Point of
Sale, the cashier will deactivate the RF label or remove the
What are Radio-frequency systems?
Security tags that are tuned circuits consisting of an inductor and
a capacitor. These security tags operate at a commonly used
frequency of 8.2MHz. Deactivation of these security labels or
security tags is achieved by detuning the circuit or partially
destroying the capacitor by using a strong electromagnetic field.
What are hard tags?
Hard tags are reusable security tags and must be removed at the
Point-of-Sale. Once deactivated and removed they are saved for
future application to merchandise, and then reactivated.
What are Ink Tags?
Ink tags are commonly used by retail stores to protect clothing
from shoplifters. When an ink tag is forcibly removed from a
garment the glass vials containing permanent ink will break causing
ink to permanently mark or damage the merchandise. Depending on the
ink tag manufacturer, two or more vials of ink are used. To
maximize the protection of the merchandise, ink tags are used in
conjunction with other EAS systems.
What are People Counters?
Electronic People Counting Systems or People Counters are used to
measure retail stores traffic or retail analytics. Using these
metrics you can determine if an ad campaign is successful for
example by the additional customers visiting the retail store.
People Counters use sensors at the entrances and when the beam is
broken in the case of an infrared People Counter, the count value
is incremented by one. There are many types of people counting
systems based on various technologies from RF to infrared. These
counters are also known as Retail Traffic Counters, Door Counters,
Customer Counters, Pedestrian Counters and Visitor Counters.
What are Security Tags?
Security tags are used to prevent shoplifters from stealing
merchandise from retail stores. The tags are affixed to the
merchandise and with the use of EAS detection systems at the
entries/exits tags, which are not deactivated, trigger an alarm to
alert store personnel.
What are soft tags?
RF security tags that can be concealed in merchandise packaging.
Due to their low cost they are used once ad disposable.
What is a Booster Bag?
Booster bags are lined with aluminum foil. Acting as a Faraday
cage, booster bags shield security tags from EAS antennas. To deter
the use of booster bags, some retail stores add metal detection
systems to compliment the EAS systems they have in place.
What is Deactivation?
The process of deactivating Magneto-acoustic security tags at the
Point-of-Sale so customers can exit the store without sounding
security alarms. Deactivation of magnetic tags is achieved by
magnetization using a strong magnet.
What is Detaching?
Detaching is the process of removing a re-usable security hard tag
from merchandise at the Point-of-Sale. Typically a powerful magnet
mounted on a hard surface area is used to help release the pin and
separate the two parts that make up the security tag.
What is Point-of-Sale?
It is the area where the consumer purchases or completes a
transaction with the retailer. In technical terms it is analogous
to an electronic journal that allows loss prevention agents to see
transactions in real-time. This can be accomplished by reviewing
transactions at a particular station or checkout counter on the
cash register and the use of CCTV camera systems to monitor
transactions occurring in real-time.
What is Source Tagging?
Source tagging is the application of EAS security tags at the
source instead of at the retail chain. For retailers, source
tagging eliminates the intense labor required to apply the EAS tags
to the merchandise. Source tagging allows the EAS tags to be
concealed within the product packaging and more difficult to