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ALL-TAG Corporation

1155 Broken Sound Parkway Unit E, 33487 Boca Raton, FL
USA
Telephone +1 561 9989983
Fax +1 561 9984897
info@all-tag.com

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EuroShop 2020 hall map (Hall 7a): stand E16

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 07  Retail Technology
  • 07.13  Merchandise surveillance
  • 07.13.06  Source tagging solutions

Our products

Product category: Source tagging solutions

Q-Tag®

Q-Tag® can be RFID, along with AM and RF.  It’s also the latest and greatest RFID and EAS solution that combines High Security, Versatility, Efficiency, Safety, and Marketing/Promotion.

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Product category: Source tagging solutions

ALL-TAG’s Signatronic AM Label – Narrow – The World’s Smallest AM Labels

Project Description

  • 24% smaller than Sensormatic® APX (DR) Labels, so retailers can now protect smaller merchandise they couldn’t tag before
  • Sheet format well suited for application by hand
  • Compatible with TYCO/Sensormatic and other Acousto-Magnetic (AM) 58 KHz EAS Systems and Deactivators
  • Comparable EAS System Detection and Deactivation performance to Sensormatic APX (DR) Labels

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Product category: Source tagging solutions

E-Tag™

Sensormatic AM Compatible, Sensormatic AM Compatible Hard Tags & Accessories

The E-Tag™ is a high quality alternative to the Sensormatic® SuperTag versions I and II.  The E-Tag is equipped with the same detection antenna found in authentic Sensormatic brand tags, making it compatible with all Sensormatic Ultra*Max® Systems and more difficult to shield with foil lined bags.  The E-Tag is also compatible with all Sensormatic SuperTag Detachers.

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About us

Company details

The ALL-TAG Guarantee – Having manufactured Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) products exclusively since 1992, we at ALL-TAG guarantee the quality and performance of everything we sell. We design and develop them to be far superior to the low quality, poorly constructed products that have seemingly become the standard in the industry. There are many manufacturing companies trying to penetrate the EAS market by offering cheap products made with inferior materials, bad designs and shoddy workmanship. Their business model is to sell the products at extremely low prices in order to quickly steal market share, with no thought of continuing customer service. As products fail over time, their retail customers will ultimately have a big problem. The cheap, low-quality products will eventually have to be replaced with the high quality products they should have purchased In the first place. What starts out as a “fantastic deal”, ends up with unintended consequences, such as product failure and unanticipated replacement costs. Quality, performance and longevity provide the best ROI for EAS products.

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