Previously available for use with traditional Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems, the new RFID versions are ideal for retailers seeking to protect a wide range of high-risk merchandise with RFID technology.
“Retailers are increasing their RFID footprint in stores, and as a result, Alpha is supporting these retailers with RFID-enabled products to protect high-risk merchandise and ensure merchandise visibility,” said Stuart Rosenthal, VP of sales and marketing for Checkpoint’s Alpha High-Theft Solutions.
RFID and EAS versions of the Mini Spider Wrap offer 32-inch cable lengths to maximize display opportunities for small packaged goods, such as housewares, coffee makers, iPods, mobile phones video game hardware, software zip drives, ink and toner cartridges, etc.
The strong internal clutch mechanism enables cables to be cinched tightly, providing increased security for smaller boxed merchandise.
RFID and EAS versions of the Attack Spider Wrap offer 70-inch and 102-inch cable lengths to protect medium to large packaged goods, especially heavy merchandise such as TVs, computers, boxed electronics and power tools.
Among the features of these two-alarm units are 7-strand aircraft grade cable for maximum protection and a red flashing LED that creates a visual deterrent.