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Radio Frequency (RF) Systems 8.25 MHz EAS Systems

Apart from detection RF security hard tags which tend to be used for fashion, these systems also detect the RF label or 8.25 MHz RF security label which is mainly stuck to packaged goods or merchandise to prevent shoplifting. These Radio Frequency security labels incorporate a circuit on the back of the label (sticky side) that resonates at a peak frequency of 8.2 MHz The RF security tagging system is constantly sweeping between 1.7 MHz to 9.5 MHz and when an RF label enters this field it resonates at the peak frequency of 8.2 MHz due to inducing power from the transmitter pedestal of the 8.2 MHz Radio Frequency security tagging system. The receiver pedestal of the RF tagging system detects the resonating label and therefore if all the parameters are correct the RF tagging system will alarm.

The RF security label is deactivated by a Radio Frequency label deactivator, which blows the circuit capacitor of the RF label and thereby detunes the label. RF labels cannot be re-activated. These security RF labels are available in two main sizes 4cm x 4cm often referred to as the 4x4 RF label and the 5cm x 5cm which is often known as the 5x5 RF label, the larger the label the better the detection by the RF security label and so the wider the aisle width can be of the installed tagging system

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