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  • ST003 RF Art Tag
  • ST003 RF Art Tag

ST003 RF Art Tag

Description: RF Kaha Art mālie

'Apana: Ф40*55mm/Ф55*63mm

ʻO ka pinepine: 8.2MHz a i hoʻopilikino ʻia P

Lula Waihoʻoluʻu: White, barcode or customized

Manaka: Wae a laka nui paha

hāʻawe: 2000pcs / ctn, 4.5KG, 0.025CBM

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ʻO ka tagging kumu kahi noi o nā palekana EAS ma ke kumuwaiwai, ka mea hoʻolako a mea hana paha, ma kahi o ka ʻaoʻao kūʻai o ke kaulahao. ma waena o ka loaʻa ʻana o nā mea kūʻai aku a ke mākaukau ka mea kūʻai aku no ke kūʻai aku. No ka mea hoʻolako, ʻo ka pōmaikaʻi nui ka mālama ʻana i nā mea hoʻowahāwahā kūʻai liʻiliʻi e ka hoʻoluʻu ʻana i ka noi o nā lepili palekana ma waena o nā huahana huahana. ʻAe ka tagging kumu i nā tag EAS e hūnā a ʻoi aku ka paʻakikī e hemo.
ʻO ka noi wikiwiki wikiwiki o nā lepili EAS, i kūpono no nā kaʻina hana kalepa ʻana, i hoʻokō pono ʻia ma o ka hoʻololi ʻana i nā mea hoʻohana i nā lepili kūpikipiki maʻamau a hoʻomohala ʻia e Craig Patterson (Knoxville, Tennessee), i hoʻomaka mua ʻia no nā pahu paʻi paʻi a Hewlett Packard. I kēia lā, kuhi ʻia nā huahana mea kūʻai aku me nā wikiwiki kiʻekiʻe me ka lepili EAS i hoʻohui ʻia i loko o ka wahī a i ʻole ka huahana ponoʻī. 

Source tagging is the application of EAS security tags at the source, 
the supplier or manufacturer, instead of at the retail side of the 
chain.For the retailer, source tagging eliminates the labor expense 
needed to apply the EAS tags themselves, and reduces the time between 
receipt of merchandise and when the merchandise is ready for sale. For 
the supplier, the main benefit is the preservation of the retail 
packaging aesthetics by easing the application of security tags within 
product packaging. Source tagging allows the EAS tags to be concealed 
and more difficult to remove.
The high-speed application of EAS labels, suited for commercial 
packaging processes, was perfected via modifications to standard 
pressure-sensitive label applicators and was developed and introduced 
by Craig Patterson (Knoxville, Tennessee), initially for Hewlett 
Packard print cartridges. Today, consumer goods are source tagged at 
high speeds with the EAS label incorporated into the packaging or the 
huahana iho. 

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