EAS and Accessories
RIS offers a full range of EAS system to help you to get the most out of your alarm system and metal detection. Our selection of EAS system, tools and accessories can be used to optimize the performance, maintenance and installation of your antennas.
Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems are designed to help retailers boost their sales and protect their profits by increasing open merchandising opportunities while reducing shoplifting and internal theft.
Our EAS systems are engineered and manufactured for superb detection and deactivation performance, durability, ease-of-use, and aesthetics to match any décor. With innovative acousto-magnetic technology behind many of our solutions, retailers experience virtually no false alarms.
RF - Radio frequency systems
We offer a complete line of Radio Frequency (RF) systems that are compatible with all industry standard security tags, labels, and label deactivators. Our technologies include both swept and pulsed RF systems that utilize the latest in digital signal processing to assure high detection rate and virtually trouble free operation. These tags are essentially an LC tank circuit that has a resonance peak anywhere from 1.75 MHz to 9.5 MHz. The most popular frequency is 8.2 MHz. Sensing is achieved by sweeping around the resonant frequency and detecting the dip. RF remains the most widely adopted system worldwide. RF operating frequencies generally range from 2MHz to 10MHz. Compared to AM and EM systems, RF systems boast the lowest power consumption and label costs. They have the thinnest soft labels as well as high effiecient hard tags that are born to be immunized against magnets.
AM Acousto magnetic systems
We have complete line of Acousto-Magnetic (AM) systems that are compatible with all industry standard security tags, labels, and label deactivators. Our technologies utilize the latest in digital signal processing to assure high detection rate and virtually trouble free operation. These are similar to magnetic tags in that they are made of two strips, a strip of magnetostrictive, ferromagnetic amorphous metal and a strip of a magnetically semi-hard metallic strip, which is used as a biasing magnet (to increase signal strength) and to allow deactivation. These strips are not bound together but free to oscillate mechanically. Amorphous metals are used in such systems due to their good magneto elastic coupling, which implies that they can efficiently convert magnetic energy to mechanical vibrations. AM tags are disrupted by common magnets. Operating at 58kHz to 66kHz, AM systems consume more power than the other EAS types. Comparing with RF systems, AM system is more adaptable to metal material except iron and steel.