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An RF (Radio Frequency) mini square tag is a type of security tag used in retail environments to prevent theft and protect merchandise. These small, square-shaped tags are attached to items such as clothing, accessories, and other retail products. They work in conjunction with RF security systems installed at store entrances and exits.
Here are the key features and aspects of an RF mini square tag:
1. Radio Frequency Technology: RF mini square tags use radio frequency technology to create a resonating circuit within the tag. This circuit interacts with the detection systems at store entry and exit points.
2. Mini Square Design: The "mini square" refers to the tag's shape, which is typically a small square. This compact design allows the tag to be easily attached to items without being overly conspicuous.
3. Attachment and Removal: RF mini square tags are attached to items using a locking mechanism that secures the tag to the item's fabric or packaging. They require a specialized detacher tool to remove, ensuring that only authorized store personnel can deactivate them.
4. Detection Systems: RF security systems consist of detection antennas installed at entry and exit points. These antennas emit a radio frequency signal that interacts with the resonating circuit in the mini square tag. If a tagged item with an active tag passes through the detection zone without being properly deactivated, the system triggers an alarm.