Retail Security
Stop Shoplifting And Theft Attempts

Our retail security systems help you reduce stock loss and theft from your store.

EAS - Detection

Security Sensores

Our detection gates can be placed at the entry and exit point(s) of your store which serves as a visual reminder that your retail outlet has a sophisticated retail security solution in place and that theft of merchandise will be detected.

When ‘live’ RF-EAS security labels and security tags, applied to your valuable in-store goods, pass through our EAS retail security detection gates an audible and visual alarm is activated simultaneously.

Many customers ask us to provide a complete security system as a pro-active approach to eradicating shop stealing.

  • Advanced RF-EAS detection 
  • Wide Aisle detection
  • New optimal detection standard in the industry
  • Large range of sensor designs

EAS - Deactivation

Deactivation CatA Deactivator is used to ‘turn off’ or deactivate RF EAS security labels that have been applied to products.

Integrated into the Point of Sale process goods purchased, with any RF EAS retail security labels attached, are deactivated seamlessly through the transaction process so the security gates on the exits do not alarm.

Additionally, Easitag Deactivators can detect and advise when non-deactivatable labels and hard tags are present.

  • True non-contact deactivation
  • Up to 30cm deactivation height
  • No impact on customer throughput
  • Can be integrated with barcode scanner

Accessories RF - EAS

Accessories CatIf its to check your RF adhesive label & tag for verification or looking for detachers to remove your hard tags Easitag has you covered.

Our range of accessories are for convenience and ensure your retail store teams are utilising your EAS programme successfully. The correct implementation of EAS results in higher store profits so it should be viewed as a valuable tool not a hindrance.

Latest news

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
If you’re a retailer in Australia you understand the difficulties and challenges retailers are facing with a plateaued economy, wages having only increased slightly over the past decade and the infiltration of online shopping taking a sizable chunk of the market. There is one area however that many businesses loathe as it’s something that strikes at the heart of their business and costs Australian retailers over $2.5 billion dollars a year ( source ). What’s worse is that shrinkage seems to be on the rise with a 16% increase over the past two years (according to respondents from The Australia and New Zealand Retail Crime Survey 2019). When combined, both customer theft (shoplifting or shop stealing) and dishonest employees (internal theft) account for just under 80% of overall theft.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
If you’ve worked in any type of retail or product-based business for any period of time, it’s likely you’ve heard of or used an EAS system before. EAS stands for Electronic Article Surveillance and it’s the standard for product security in most retail outlets across Australia.
Thursday, January 24, 2019
We’re quickly creeping up to a new decade and as we approach the 2020’s many retail clients are wondering what is in store over the next decade.