HU0900694A2 - Radio-frequency identification (rfid) tag in plasticpackage combined with an electronic article surveillance (eas) tag - Google Patents

Radio-frequency identification (rfid) tag in plasticpackage combined with an electronic article surveillance (eas) tag Download PDF

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HU0900694A2
HU0900694A2 HU0900694A HU0900694A HU0900694A2 HU 0900694 A2 HU0900694 A2 HU 0900694A2 HU 0900694 A HU0900694 A HU 0900694A HU 0900694 A HU0900694 A HU 0900694A HU 0900694 A2 HU0900694 A2 HU 0900694A2
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05BLOCKS; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR; HANDCUFFS
    • E05B73/00Devices for locking portable objects against unauthorised removal; Miscellaneous locking devices
    • E05B73/0017Anti-theft devices, e.g. tags or monitors, fixed to articles, e.g. clothes, and to be removed at the check-out of shops

Abstract

An anti theft tag with separated encapsulated RFID tag and an EAS label, wherein the tag comprises a first plastic body equipped with an EAS label, a second plastic body in which a pin engagable to an EAS label is accommodated, said pin is releasably lockable to a locking mechanism of the EAS label, the pin has a head and a stem formed so that it may be engaged with the locking mechanism of the EAS label, and further, the second plastic body contains an RFID inlay. Said plastic body can be injection moulded onto said RFID tag. The operating frequency band of the RFID tag is adjusted by the material of the plastic body and the thickness of the material encapsulating said RFID tag. The material of the plastic body preferably comprises a filling material having a relative dielectric constant exceeding that of the base material. The RFID tag can be inserted into a cavity of said plastic body composed of two parts defining said cavity.

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Plastic Enclosure RFID Product for Electronic Enclosure (EAS) Labels with Plastic Enclosure

The invention relates to a plastic encapsulated RFID tag for plastic enclosure electronic goods (EAS) labels which includes a (3) RFID identifier and a (1) plastic encapsulated electronic goods protection (EAS) label for attaching a plastic enclosure to electronic goods protection (EAS). tags or their locks. The product pair after the connection provides the function of securing or identifying the goods you want to identify and provides the benefits of electronic goods protection and radio frequency identification, such as fast and efficient inventory control, eliminating the disadvantages of integrating the two technologies into one product.

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Plastic Enclosure RFID Product for Electronic Enclosure (EAS) Labels with Plastic Enclosure * 0900694

The present invention relates to a plastic enclosure RFID product which, in conjunction with a commonly used needle for securing plastic enclosures for electronic goods, is attached to the existing plastic commodity protection labels by means of this needle to supplement their protection function by using the identifier stored therein in inventory and storage. other inventory management and security tasks can be done faster, more efficiently. The invention also relates to the use of the product without its own label. In this case, a ball-lock commonly used in the plastic enclosure for electronic goods protection functions as its counterpart. Applying the products in this way, in addition to performing its primary identification function, is capable of protecting itself against goods and theft.

Solutions known for combining the plastic encapsulated electronic commodity protection label (commonly known as the EAS abbreviation from the Electronic Article Surveillance English definition) and RFID technology have recognized the importance of application, but are always thinking about incorporating the two technologies into one product. Examples include US 7,183,917, US 7,109,867 B2 and US 5,939,984, and US 2009/0189768 A1 and US 2008/0048863 Al.

The solutions produced by the patents cited in each case cause an increase in the size of the product or, in the case of introduction, require replacement of the EAS label sets in use. In order to achieve high quality, it may be necessary to test products for both functions during their production, which also reduces the cycle time and output of the production.

A further disadvantage is that these assembled products have to be specially designed for different technology designs of EAS labels (radio frequency, acoustic magnetic, magnetic, microwave, etc.).

EAS tags are described in U.S. Patent Nos. 7,190,272 B2 and 5,528,914, which are later incorporated by reference.

In developing our freedom, we considered the development of a plastic enclosure RFID product that can be used for all electronic security technologies, which also eliminates the above drawbacks. In this task, we realized the importance of implementing the two (EAS and RFID) functions not in a single product, but as a separate product.

The aim of the patent is to overcome the known drawbacks by designing a plastic enclosed RFID identification product associated with the lock structure of the EAS labels according to the above patents, which, after coupling, provides the advantages of RFID and EAS systems, and which in itself is a common EAS lock mechanism (which \ t does not include the electronic goods protection function), offering the benefits of RFID identifiers.

Thus, the present invention relates to a plastic enclosed RFID tag for plastic enclosure electronic goods protection (EAS) labels, which are connected to the sealing structure of the plastic enclosure electronic goods protection (EAS) via a needle embedded in the invention. The essence of the invention is that: <7 that the electronic goods protection system and the RFID system are not implemented within a product, but are connected to them as a separate device. The coupled structure thus created provides the RFID identification, EAS protection, and the object to be identified. The product according to the invention is made by a plastic injection molding technology, such that it incorporates a needle commonly used for EAS tags and an RFID identifier. The product according to the invention can be made of two-component plastic injection molding, ultrasonic welding, gluing or other technology used in the plastics industry. The RFID contained therein is a commonly used technology consisting of an antenna and an identification chip.

The plastic encapsulated RFID identification product according to the invention for plastic enclosure electronic goods protection (EAS) labels is described in detail in the drawings where

Fig. 1 is a schematic diagram of the product according to the invention;

Fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of parts and assembly of the product according to the invention

Figure 3 is a side view of the product according to the invention together with the EAS tag

Fig. 4 shows the product according to the invention together with a locking device in a side view.

Fig. 1 shows the invention (7) connected to the electronic goods protection label (6) by means of the needle (1), as shown in Fig. 3, where (5) indicates the object to be identified, for example, to protect the goods (e.g. clothing, leather goods, etc.).

Figure 4 shows the invention (7) whereby the needle (1) is attached to the locking device (8), where (5) shows the object to be identified (e.g., clothing, leather goods, etc.).

Fig. 5 shows separately the needle (1) which is commonly known and used to attach the EAS labels to the desired products.

Figure 2 illustrates a method of making the invention, wherein components (2) and (4) are made by plastic injection molding technology. Component (2) is assembled with the needle (1), which may be assembled during injection molding of component (2), or after injection of component (2) by manual assembly, or by additional gluing or welding. Components (2) and (4) will include the RFID identifier (3), which may be purchased in the form of a label or associated with the manufacture of the product. In both cases it consists of an antenna or a chip. The assembly of components (2) and (4) can be accomplished by a two-component injection molding process, or by ultrasonic welding, gluing, or other techniques used in the plastics industry, the exact design of the components (2) and (49) being influenced by the chosen manufacturing technology.

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  1. Claims
    1. Plastic Enclosure RFID Identification Product for Plastic Enclosure (EAS) Labels, comprising: (3) an RFID identifier and a (1) needle for use with a plastic enclosure for electronic commodity protection (EAS) that can be attached to a plastic enclosure electronic (EAS) labels and locks used for them.
  2. 2. The plastic enclosure RFID identification device of claim 1 for plastic enclosure electronic goods (EAS) labels, characterized in that the material is a plastic injection mold.
  3. 3. A plastic enclosure RFID identification device according to claim 1 for a plastic enclosure for electronic goods protection (EAS), characterized in that the plastic components (2) and (4) can be assembled by any technology used in the plastic injection molding industry (e.g., by a two-component injection molding process, or by ultrasonic welding, gluing, or other processes used in the plastics industry).
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    Plastic Enclosure RFID Identification Product for Plastic Evasive Electronic Goods (EAS) Labels
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    Plastic Enclosure RFID Identification Product for Plastic EAS (EAS) Labels
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PCT/HU2010/000120 WO2011055157A2 (en) 2009-11-05 2010-11-05 Eas pin combined with a plastic encapsulated rfid tag to be connected to an eas label, particularly for tracking articles of clothing
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