We offer a large variety of customized label, hard tags and RF & AM systems.
Find out more about our EAS program: AM, RF & EM.


RF Swept Transmitter Signal 7.4 MHz to 8.8 MHz




Radio frequency signal at a frequency of 58 KHz




Fundamental frequencies between 70 Hz and 1 kHz



EAS – Electronical Artical Surveillance with AM, RF and EM are the traditional security systems used by almost every retailer who uses security systems. Even though for some retailers or brands RFID already is or might be the future, EAS is a mature and reliable system.

The initial investments are much lower compared to RFID and they are easy and simple to integrate. Please contact us for more informations and the best EAS solution for your business.

Electronic Article Surveillance is a system that protects merchandise from theft. An EAS system has three components:
labels and hard tags – electronic sensors that are attached to merchandise deactivators and detachers – used at the point of sale to electronically deactivate labels and detach reusable hard tags as items are purchased. Detectors that create a surveillance zone at exits or checkout aisles.

The EAS process begins by attaching labels or hard tags to merchandise. When an item is purchased, the label is deactivated or the hard tag is removed. However, if merchandise with an active label or hard tag is carried past the detector, an alarm sounds.
Over 800,000 EAS systems are installed world wide, primarily on the retail market. This includes Apparel, Drug, Discount, Home Centres, Hypermarkets, Food, Entertainment and speciality stores.

EAS systems operate from a simple principle regardless of the manufacturer of the specific type of the technology used: a transmitter sends signal at defined frequencies to a receiver. This creates a surveillance area, usually at a checkout aisle or an exit in the case of retail stores. Upon entering the area, a tag or label with special characteristics creates a disturbance, which is detected by the receiver. The exact means by which the tag or label disrupts the signal by using a simple semi-conductor junction (the basic building block of an integrated circuit), a tuned circuit composed of an inductor and capacitor, soft magnetic strips or wires, or vibrating resonators.

By design the disturbed signal created by the tag and detected by the receiver is distinctive and not likely to be created by natural circumstances. The tag is the key element, for it must create a unique signal to avoid false alarms. The disturbance in the electronic environment caused by a tag or label creates an alarm condition that usually indicates someone is shoplifting or removing a protected item from the area.

The nature of technology dictates how wide the exit/entrance aisle may be. Systems are available that cover from a narrow aisle up to a wide mall store opening. Similary, the type of technology affects the ease of shielding (blocking or detuning the signal), the visibility and size of the tag, the rate of false alarm, the percentage of detection rate (pick rate), and cost.

The physics of an particular EAS tag and resultant EAS technology determines which frequency range is used to create the surveillance area. EAS systems range from very low frequencies through the radio frequency range. Similary, these different frequencies play a key role in establishing the features that affect operation.

  • Reliable & mature system
  • Easy Integration and usage

  • Low investment costs compared to RFID



We are very proud of our powerful mega tag. We are very proud of our powerful mega tag. We are very proud of our powerful mega tag. We are very proud of our powerful mega tag.

  • Extremely good detection

  • High class power ferrite
  • Smooth crimping correction of pin
  • Colors: black for RF and grey for AM
  • Best suited for accessories & shoes
EAS Mega Tag


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