RFID/EAS, one complete
system for all your needs!
Learn all about it at NRF booth
EAS and RFID have been mutually-exclusive
technologies; each designed for specific purposes, each as
valuable as the other to a retailer. Where RFID excels at
inventory controls and logistics, EAS has been the staple
method for protection of your merchandise from theft. The
combination of the two has long been a goal of the retail
and loss prevention industry. We are proud to announce that
that goal has been fully realized at WG Security Products
While labels are the typical vehicle for
RFID, they are hardly ideal for more valuable items and/or
garments. WG provides the option to enhance an EAS hard tag
with RFID! Embedding the RFID coil within a hard tag
provides two great benefits: fully functional EAS
protection, and a sturdy protective casing for the RFID
coil, which has been known to fail when exposed to elements
such as moisture and changes in temperature. Because of the
adaptability of our RFID coils, virtually any of our quality
hard tags can be integrated to work with the RFID-EAS
system. Utilizing AM technology, WG tags already have the
reputation of being the best EAS hard tags in the market
today. Now with RFID enhancement, your EAS tags function
both as security devices and RFID tracking devices.
WG's RFID reader utilizes innovative 3-D
reading technology, enabling it to pick up the signal from
an RFID/EAS tag in any orientation. Being installed in the
ceiling overlooking the store entrance, WG RFID enhances a
storefront's appearance by removing pedestals. These readers
can also be set to audibly alarm. Placement of these readers
at store exits and other sensitive areas gives our RFID/EAS
system the edge.
Worried about where your products are
going? RFID readers are compact enough to be placed in a
variety of sensitive areas. Now you can have complete
dressing room or employee area security, where pedestals are
often times an impossibility.
WG RFID/EAS is 100% adaptable to any retail situation. One
centralized computer carries your significant data and RFID
control units allow for multiple numbers of readers to be
attached to the system. There is no limit to the number of
readers one can use, but for a prototypical mall entrance of
a large store, four antennas is sufficient to perform the
complete functions of the system.
WG RFID/EAS is merely the latest innovation from WG Security
Products. Come visit WG at booth 1401 today at NRF 2013 in
San Diego to learn more about RFID.