EAS Label and Deactivator
EAS labels are generally made based on three technologies: RF, AM, and EM.
All EAS labels have an adhesive backside that let you stick them easily on the article, meanwhile, at the sales point, the labels should be neutralized by deactivators to prevent any alarm at the EAS exit gate.
AM labels come with a frequency of 58 kHz and are 1 x 4 cm in size. RF labels are available at frequencies of 8.2 MHz, 4.7 MHz, whereas EM-labels usually have a low frequency and operate in the range of 50-60 Hz.They are produced in the form of slim alloy yarns of 5, 6, and 9 cm.
In general, RF, AM alarm labels do not work on metals or metal alloys and they are weaker than permanent labels, which are among their weak points. But there are many benefits that these weaknesses cover. In contrast, the EM label is designed to work on metal goods.
These radio frequency labels are an appropriate and safe tool to secure objects and to prevent theft. Due to their thinness, they are considered to be the most widely used option. In the retail industry, almost all products are capable of being labelled with labels of different Radio Frequencies. Products such as clothing, cosmetics, colognes, accessories, electrical appliances and audio-visual equipment.
The advantages of these labels are that they are thin, easy to install, fitted in small dimensions and have a high speed when neutralized. This product protects goods well, without changing the shape and appearance of them, and it is presented in black and white bar-codes or transparent forms on the market.