What is EAS Security?
EAS Security is protection for your shop or retail chain and the word it self means Electronic Article Surveillance. An EAS Security system usually consists of EAS Antennas and EAS Tags or labels. These components signals to each other if they come too close. For instance if someone is trying to get a tagged item through the antennas, e.g. stealing it. Protecting your store with EAS Security is an easy way to decrease external shrinkage. The EAS antennas are in themselves deterrent for shoplifters and reports show that EAS Security systems can decrease external shrinkage with 50-90%.
Who has a need for EAS Security?
Everyone who has a brick and mortar store and has a problem with shrinkage could benefit from a EAS system. Today the worst shoplifting problem is organized groups that go in to stores and steal items in big quantities. But one shouldn´t underestimate the amateur shoplifting either. With an EAS Security system you can prevent a big part of that from happening to your store. For extra security you can choose to integrate metal detection into your system. This will give you a silent alarm if someone enters your store with a metal foiled bag. A metal foiled bag is something that organized shoplifters do to avoid the standard EAS Security systems. You can read more about Integrated Metal Detection via the link below.
What is an Emergency Warning?
JMA issues various warnings to alert people to possible catastrophes caused by extraordinary natural phenomena such as heavy rain, earthquakes, tsunami and storm surges. In addition to such warnings, advisories and other bulletins, JMA started issuing Emergency Warnings to alert people to the significant likelihood of catastrophes if phenomena are expected to be of a scale that will far exceed the warning criteria.
Emergency Warnings are intended for extraordinary phenomena such as the major tsunami caused by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake by which 18,000 people were killed or left missing, the 1959 storm surge in Ise Bay caused by Typhoon Vera, by which more than 5,000 people were killed or left missing, and the 2011 heavy rain caused by Typhoon Talas, by which around 100 people were killed or left missing.
The issuance of an Emergency Warning for an area indicates a level of exceptional risk of a magnitude observed only once every few decades. Residents should pay attention to their surroundings and relevant information such as municipal evacuation advisories and evacuations, and should take all steps necessary to protect life.
HOW EAS WORKS
Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) is a technology used to detect articles as they pass through a detection system in a store. This detection is used to alert retail staff that unauthorised removal of items is being attempted. Over a million EAS systems have been installed worldwide, primarily in retail stores, and proof their effectiveness every day.
Various EAS systems exist but two types of EAS technologies dominate the retail business. Acousto magnetic systems (AM) which operate on 58 kHz and Radio Frequency systems operating on 8.2 MHz. In each case, an EAS tag or label is attached to an item. The tag is then removed or deactivated so it will not trigger the detection system. If the tag is a reusable tag or so called hardtag, a detacher is used to remove it when a customer purchases the item it is attached to. If a tag is a disposable tag, also called stickertag, paper label or DR label, it can be deactivated by swiping it over a deactivator pad. If the label has not been deactivated or detached by retail staff, an alarm will sound when it passes the gates.
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