You have probably experienced theft in your retail operation, whether you sell tools, apparel, shoes, or food. Your business’s bottom line can be severely harmed by theft in your retail establishment. The prevention of shoplifting presents a variety of difficulties given the wide range of retail settings and goods.
Perhaps there are one or more blind areas in your storage space where thefts can happen unnoticed. Perhaps you market things that are very alluring, like cell phones and other coveted technology. If you own a newsstand, even though the value of each theft is small on its own, the sum of all the thefts could be fatal to your business. The issue posed by high-value commodities, where you have to allow consumers to touch, handle, and test pricey goods like mobile phones, tablets, and computers, makes things even more difficult. Whatever your situation, it’s likely that you’ll need to consider loss prevention systems, goods protection, and retail anti-theft products and practices.
Our guide to anti-theft devices for shops explains the anti-theft devices available today and which is most likely to satisfy your demands in a world where widespread retail theft means losing a lot of money. Connect with POSINUAE and we’ll help you avoid theft in your business if the stock has been mysteriously disappearing from your shelves and you want to stop retail theft in its tracks. We offer a large selection of theft prevention technology at competitive prices. Also the Leading Supplier of POS System in UAE
Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS)
Retailers who use security tags on their items can set off an alarm if a shoplifter leaves with a product while the tag is still on and passes through the exit gates’ electronic sensors.
You can utilize a variety of EAS tools, including tags, labels, antennae, spider tags, and more. To stop theft, they use radio frequency, electromagnetic technologies, sensors, and metal detectors. The ones that generate the fewest false alarms are the best!
Sensormatic Anti-Theft Protection
- Our cutting-edge Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems and sensors, created to meet a wide range of merchants’ product assortments, store layouts, settings, and business objectives, can help you protect your assets.
- EAS systems are based on trustworthy anti-shoplifting technology.
- Our series of Sensormatic detection systems, available in a variety of installation choices, use trustworthy anti-shoplifting technology to help keep goods secure. In order to assist you to choose the ideal anti-theft solution for your company, Sensormatic detection systems offer visible or covert coverage and come in a range of forms to match your store’s aesthetic. Sensormatic detection systems also offer alternatives to help feed intelligence back into the supply chain to promote customer satisfaction, store efficiency, and product availability.
- Pedestal Systems
For a range of exits, aesthetics, and legal needs, Sensormatic detection and protection is available.
- Concealed Systems
Sensormatic recessed systems and wall or doorframe mounted antennas are examples of covert protection.
- Surveillance Zones
At exits and/or checkout lanes, there is effective surveillance.
Sensormatic detachers and deactivators
At the point of sale, sensormatic detachers and deactivators swiftly and effectively remove hard tags from protected items or deactivate labels (POS). With a choice of manual and powered Sensormatic detachers in sizes to fit everything from the smallest checkout stands to the biggest DIY store POS systems, we provide an unrivalled selection of dependable Sensormatic deactivators with different installation options and features.
Our selection of Sensormatic detachers offers simplicity of use, effectiveness, and POS compatibility.
At the point of sale, Sensormatic Solutions provides a variety of motorised and manual tag detachers to quickly remove Sensormatic hard tags (POS). Sensormatic tag detachers are available in a variety of designs and flexible mounting configurations to meet almost any POS setting. This facilitates rapid and effective operation, speeds up throughput, and improves the checkout experience for customers.
To secure inventory and lower false alarms at your exit, dependable deactivators with exceptional deactivation effectiveness on active Sensormatic anti-theft labels are needed. While Sensormatic countertop deactivators offer a tiny footprint along with ease and simple deactivation for any situation, Sensormatic integrated deactivators operate with a number of compatible scanners for a quick and accurate checkout experience. Additionally, Sensormatic Solutions provides handheld solutions that make it simple to deactivate large, heavy goods at the point of sale.
AM/ RF Labels
Two key technologies—RF and AM—rule supreme when it comes to electronic article surveillance for protecting goods. Both have been successfully utilized for many years to lower retail shrink. Both systems rely on communication between an antenna (often installed above or close to a doorway) and security tags attached to objects. In a nutshell, the antenna delivers a signal, and the tag or label responds.
The primary distinction between RF and AM is the operating frequency, which is expressed in Hertz. While (RF) Radio Frequency or RF functions in a sweep at 8.2 MHz, AM (Acousto Magnetic) systems operate at 58 kHz, which means a signal is sent out in pulses or bursts between 50 and 90 times per second.
RF EAS is frequently a good fit for shops that sell a lot of packaged goods. This indicates that they are primarily utilized by supermarkets, bargain retailers, pharmacists, and video stores.
The use of RF in garment stores has recently increased because of the availability of various tag sizes and the possibility of upgrading some RF pedestals to RFID. Large department stores, clothing stores, and hardware stores usually carry AM EAS. Retailers who sell goods with metallic and foil packaging or components also use it.
We can provide a wide range of options in terms of style, shape, color, and weight to match general clothing, lightweight tags for baby wear and lingerie, through specialist tags such as optical tags for sunglasses and other eyewear, golf club tags, sew-in tags for towels and robes, bottle tags for wine, champagne, and spirits, and lanyard tags for looping through handbags or shoes. The list is endless. Posinuae can provide dual frequency AM/RFID tags, as well as inexpensive source tagging hard tags for businesses wishing to tag their products at source and a variety of safer solutions for high-end products being openly stocked.
POSINUAE is a subsidiary of Infome Technologies which is the leading supplier of Point of Sale hardware machines, including touch screens, POS applications, and SUNMI POS systems. Also, we are the authorized distributor of Receipt printers, Barcode printers, Barcode scanners, Barcode labels & ribbons, EAS & Anti-theft systems, Ticket and id badges, Mobile computers, Thermal printers, ID cards, Paging systems, and Portable mobile printers.