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Lightweight Retail Store Eas Electronic Anti Theft System By HIPHEN SOLUTIONS SERVICES.

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Ad Details

  • Ad ID: 15650

  • Added: 26/11/2018

  • Sale Price: 100,000

  • Condition: Brand New

  • Location: Nigeria

  • State: Federal Capital Territory Abuja (F.C.T)

  • City: All

  • Phone: 07035146988

  • Views: 213

Description

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Product Description
Specifications RF1 series RF2 series RF3 series
Model Name WT9500RF1DA WT9500RF2DA WT9500RF3DA
WT9500RF1DP WT9500RF2DP WT9500RF3DP
WT9500RF1DS WT9500RF2DS WT9500RF3DS
Center frequency 8.2Mhz
Work mode MONO Rx+Tx Rx+Tx
Input power 220VAC
Work voltage DC24V DC12V
Detection range
Soft label ( 4*4cm) 1.2m/1.4m 1.1m 1.3-1.5m
MINI hard tag 1.8m 1.2m 1.3-1.5m
Hard tag 2.2m 1.6m 1.8-2.0m
Alarm indication Sound & Flash alarm
Signal processing mode DSP ( Digital signal processing )
What’s Eas system ?
Electronic Article Surveillance ( EAS ) is a kind of electronic anti shoplifting system that can decrease shoplifting when retailing enterprise implement open-shelf sale ,so increase sales and profit .EAS system consists of electronic sensors , deactivator system and label or tag .Electronic sensor that are located at store exits , a transmitter sends a unique signal at certain frequencies to a receiver , which creates a “surveillance area “ at a stire exit when a product with an active label or hard tags is moved past a sensor , the sensor sets off an alarm .

WE CAN SUPPLY AND INSTALL IN ANYWHERE IN NIGERIA
OFFICES IN LAGOS, ABUJA, PORT HARCOURT AND BENIN CITY
Please CALL/WHATSAPP: 0703-514-6988, 0807-779-7562, 0802-589-7223, 0818-116-0990
Email: info (AT) hiphensolutions.com
Web: www.hiphensolutions.com/products
We are Multi-Award Winning company in Technology Solutions, Access Control, Safety, Security and Automation Systems.

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