Retail Security
Stop Shoplifting And Theft Attempts

Multi-functional light weight wide aisle antenna

Made from light-weight and sturdy extruded aluminium, the Venus Orion is specifically designed for mass-market retail outlets for maximum overall structural strength with a detection range of up to 1700mm (5.6ft). It is fully compatible with all 8.2MHz reusable hard tags and disposable RF security labels used worldwide.

Combined with an aesthetically pleasing design, the Venus Orion also utilises the acrylic side panels of the antennae for advertisement or corporate branding exposure which is premium advertising positioning at your store entrance. The acrylic side panels are easily removed should visibility surrounding the EAS system be required.

With superior detection against shop theft and the flexibility of merging into the store’s overall design concept, the Venus Orion is effectively a 2-in-1 system to maximise the rationale of antennae installation.

Mechanical Specifications Antenna

Antenna Height 1530mm (60.2 inch)
Antenna Width 500mm (19.7 inch)
Antenna Base 510mm (20.1 inch) x 98mm (3.9 inch)
Frame Diameter 83 mm (3.3 inch)
Weight 10.5 kg (23.2 lbs.)
Material Aluminium
Foot Cover Steel, Black w/o Panel

Electrical Specifications Antenna and Electronics

Operating Frequency 8.2 MHz (± 11%)
Operating Distance

1.7 m (5.6ft) with 4 x 4 Label

Operating Temperature 0° to 50 °C (32° to 122 °F)
Detection Characteristic Moving Fields (3 Loop)
Transmitter Mode

Master, Opto Slave

Slave Output 2xOpto (Optional)
Receiver Technology Digital Signal Processor (DSP)
Power Supply Transformer 230 V AC, 0.135 A, 50/60 HZ


Product liability: The information provided is true, represents our best knowledge and is not only based on laboratory work but also on-field experience. However, due to numerous factors affecting results, we offer this information without guarantee and no patent liability is assumed. For further information or questions, please contact your Easitag representative.

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Thursday, January 30, 2020
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Tuesday, December 03, 2019
With Christmas inching closer with every passing week, many retailers are starting to roll out and promote a range of Christmas stock in their stores. Some of these items are high-value and are unfortunately a target for thieves and criminals. To combat theft this holiday season many retailers look towards retail security methods that can best protect stock in-store and make sure valuable merchandise isn’t the target of theft and shop stealing.
Tuesday, November 26, 2019
5G is gradually being rolled out in Australia over the next 12 months or so, bringing with it a range of new possibilities. With the advent of 5G we’re going to see better speeds and more security around mobile payments that previously haven’t been possible. This means a surefire uptake in people tapping their devices to exchange information and we will soon see this as a standard procedure with mobile devices across Australia.