- EAS Detection Systems
- Ink Tags
- People Counters
- Security Labels
- Security Tags & Accessories
Our People Counting System’s infrared technology offers a reliable, user-friendly and affordable pedestrian counter. The transmitter unit transmits 2 infrared beams to the receiver unit. When someone passes between the 2 units and breaks the infrared beams, the count value increases by one. This People Counter is direction sensitive, and the in and out count […]
We currently have a large quantity of Electronic Article Surveillance EAS system Pedestals in stock. The design of these anti-theft system Pedestals is very similar to Sensormatic UltraPost security systems. These pedestals are merely “shells” with no electronics inside.
We have a large quantity of these large, round security tags that are compatible with Checkpoint brand 1.8 MHz Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) security systems. These tags are also compatible with any standard magnetic security tag detacher (remover). All of the tags we are offering at an extremely low price are gray.
The All-Tag Labels are paper thin, self-adhesive tags used to protect any type of non-metallic, hard goods item such as film, video tapes, books, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical items, or security cases for CD or DVD protection. These labels can be used for source tagging, which is the process of embedding labels inside of retail merchandise […]
The Micro Display Counter is a completely wireless, reliable, and user-friendly People Counter. Whether it’s used to help a retail store determine their sales conversion ratio or a library keep track of their visitor count, the Micro Counter will help almost any type of business operate more efficiently. The transmitter unit (PTX10-1) transmits an infrared […]
All-Tag Labels are paper thin, self-adhesive security labels used to protect any type of non-metallic, hard goods item such as books, cosmetics, pharmaceutical items, or security cases for CD or DVD protection. These labels can be used for source tagging, which is the process of embedding labels inside of retail merchandise at the point of […]