Retail Security
Stop Shoplifting And Theft Attempts

Modern Design Plexi RF Mono EAS System

Made with powder coated stainless steel, the Merkur is built for strength in mind with the most advanced DSP (Digital Signaling Processing) electronics. The Merkur’s superior detection incorporating power line synchronisation facilitates either a single or multiple antennae installation.

As a stand-alone or multiple aisle configuration the Merkur system is fully compatible with all 8.2MHz re-useable hard tags and disposable RF security labels.


Designed to address the aesthetic requirements of high-end retailers the insert panel design allows advertising decals to further promote your corporate brand and/or promotions. For retailers to whom aesthetics as well as performance are important, the high-end Merkur is definitely the system of choice

Mechanical Specifications Antenna

Antenna Height 1465 mm (63.6 inch)
Antenna Width 350 mm (15.4 inch)
Antenna Base 360 mm (16.5 inch) x 91 mm (3.6 inch)
Frame Width 47 mm (1.9 inch)
Weight 9.5 kg (21 lbs)
Material Frame Powder coated Stainless Steel
Material Insert Plexiglass Clear

Electrical Specifications Antenna and Electronics

Operating Frequency 8.2 MHz (± 10%)
Operating Distance

up to 100cm (3.3ft) with 50 x 50 Label
up to 90cm (2.9ft) with 40 x 40 Label

Operating Temperature 0° to 50 °C (32° to 122 °F)
Detection Characteristic Receiver Technology Pulse Listen System, together with transmitter
Synchronisation Mode

Mains power line frequency

Power Supply Transformer 240 V AC, 0.135 A, 50/60 HZ
Alarm Indication Light Emitting Diodes (LED)
Alarm Buzzer up to 90 dBb at 1 m (3.3 ft.) adjustable
Merkur Dimensions1

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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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.