The anti-theft systems combine smart sensors with clever algorithms that can discern the difference between real theft and fake theft. When a theft is detected, the anti-theft system immediately raises an alarm or notifies the user, providing important information such as the location, time, and condition of the device at the time of the theft. For example, if the anti-theft system is used in automobiles, important information such as whether the engine was running, the doors were locked, etc. are sent to the owner. Anti-theft systems are tools that keep people from breaking into cars or other mobile systems. Anti-theft systems have evolved from simple keys to RFID tags, biometric identification, palm vein recognition, and other technologies. Posinuae is the leading supplier of Anti Theft System in Dubai, UAE, Abu Dhabi, Middle East & Africa.
AM/RF Security Tags Electronic Anti Theft System
It is important to consider the needs and intended usage of the retailer when choosing the best solution for a retail setting. In the end, it will rely on the store's finances, size, and the kinds and numbers of products it will safeguard. Do your research, speak with vendors, and get aware of your demands and potential targets. Also take into account the effects EAS will have on your store's layout. Ask the supplier to install test systems if time and money permit so you can determine which technology is best for you. Posinuae is the leading supplier of AM/RF Security Tags across Dubai, Abu Dhabi, UAE, the Middle East & Africa.
EAS Detection System
Alarms from electronic article surveillance (EAS) are set off when someone takes an active tag or labelled item out of a store or building. EAS systems are frequently used to stop theft of valuable items from public buildings or shoplifting in retail establishments. There are various EAS solution types available. Radio frequency (RF) systems are part of the EAS product line, and we also offer RFID+RF/AM Hard Tag solutions. For supply chain management, inventory control, and to reduce retail shrinkage. RFID technology has been included into the traditional EAS tag. Without having to attach two different tags to their products, one tag with two purposes gives its retail customers a way to leverage RFID solutions for in-store inventory visibility while continuing to use the EAS tags as a theft deterrent. Posinuae is the leading supplier of EAS Detection System across Dubai, Abu Dhabi, UAE, the Middle East & Africa
AM/RF Lables Electronics
AM labels, also known as acousto magnetic labels, use a transmitter to give out signals in bursts. These signals energise tags that are present in the pedestal zone, and the tags react when the pulse is over. A receiver in the meantime picks up the signal from the tag. However, an alarm sounds whenever an active tag moves between receivers. The basis for radio frequency, or RF, labelling is the same. If the tags come too close to a receiver, which they communicate with through an antenna or receiver, an alert will ring. Although the terms RF and RFID (radio frequency identification) are frequently used interchangeably, an RFID tag is actually a different type of technology. RFID is far more complicated than RF tags. With RF, there is only one signal to indicate that the receiver is at the proper place. Individual objects are uniquely identified using RFID tags.