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An EAS RF (Electronic Article Surveillance Radio Frequency) security gate is a type of anti-theft system commonly used in retail stores, libraries, and other establishments to prevent theft and unauthorized removal of items. EAS systems are designed to protect merchandise by attaching special tags or labels to items, which are then detected by the security gates as they pass through.
Here are the key features and aspects of an EAS RF security gate:
1. Detection Technology: EAS RF security gates use radio frequency technology to detect special tags or labels attached to items. These tags or labels are usually equipped with an RF antenna that resonates at a specific frequency.
2. Tags and Labels: Items in a store are tagged or labeled with these special RF tags or labels, which contain a resonating circuit. When the tags pass through the security gate's detection zone, the RF signal from the gate activates the resonating circuit, causing an alarm to sound if the tag is not properly deactivated or removed.
3. Alarm Activation: When an unauthorized item with an active RF tag passes through the security gate, the system triggers an alarm, alerting store staff or security personnel to the potential theft attempt.
4. Deactivation and Reuse: At the point of purchase, cashiers use a deactivation device to disable the RF tags or labels on items. This prevents the security gate from triggering an alarm when the customer exits the store with a purchased item.