KR20110080411A - An apparatus for preventing steal - Google Patents

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KR20110080411A
KR20110080411A KR1020100000611A KR20100000611A KR20110080411A KR 20110080411 A KR20110080411 A KR 20110080411A KR 1020100000611 A KR1020100000611 A KR 1020100000611A KR 20100000611 A KR20100000611 A KR 20100000611A KR 20110080411 A KR20110080411 A KR 20110080411A
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    • G06COMPUTING; CALCULATING; COUNTING
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The present invention, the main body coupled to the anti-theft object, the anti-theft sensor is installed inside the main body, is provided inside the main body, and has an information management tag for storing and transmitting information to and from the outside of the anti-theft object, the information management tag is , An RFID tag configured to store information of an anti-theft object, an RFID tag configured to be connected to the RFID chip to transmit and receive information, and a shielding layer attached to the RFID tag to suppress the generation of noise when transmitting and receiving information of the RFID tag. It includes, and the shielding layer provides an anti-theft device is applied to the shielding material is a mixed composition of titanium oxide, strium oxide, barium oxide and bismuth oxide on the surface of the plate member made of copper or silver.

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Anti-theft device {An apparatus for preventing steal}

The present invention relates to an anti-theft device, and more particularly, to an anti-theft device for managing the theft of goods and product information.

In general, the electronic product anti-theft system is a detection or transmission device for detecting a sensor or a sensor provided inside the label or tag at the entrance or exit of the store and the hard tag and the store is usually equipped with a separate sensor as a detection means, At the same time, a sensing system having an antenna or the like is provided to select one of a hard tag made of a thin film label or a case according to the characteristics of the product and separately attach the product to the product to be displayed and sold. Therefore, when an unauthorized product is taken out, the detector automatically recognizes the information and generates a beep to warn the user to prevent theft and loss of the product generated at the store.

Various products such as identification numbers, prices, product dimensions, colors, and material components are used for various items such as clothing, CDs, books, etc., which are usually sold at wholesale and retail stores, discount stores, bookstores, and rental shops. A magnetic contact label and tag printed on a bar code in which data is combined into black and white lines are attached. Recently, in order to prevent theft and loss of goods, the sensor is attached to a bar code printed label on the surface of paper or synthetic resin according to the purpose, and it is inserted into a label tag or case with anti-theft function by attaching it to the bar code system. Various types of hard tags with removable security pins have been commercialized and applied to advanced electronic product theft prevention systems in a non-contact human interface environment that minimizes inconvenience for consumers.

However, conventionally, the sensor mounted on the label or the case uses a 58 kHz or 8.2 MHz frequency so that the sensing distance is short, and is used only for theft prevention which is activated only when the sensor passes through the sensing table, and there is no memory function. Inventory management, copper management) there is a problem that does not keep track.

An object of the present invention is to provide an anti-theft device that can continuously grasp the management information of the product.

The present invention includes a main body coupled to the antitheft object, an antitheft sensor installed inside the main body, and an information management tag installed inside the main body to store and transmit / receive information of the antitheft object and the outside. The information management tag includes an RFID tag configured to store information of the anti-theft object, an RFID tag connected to the RFID chip to transmit and receive the information, and attached to the RFID tag. It includes a shielding layer for suppressing the generation of noise when transmitting and receiving the information of the tag, the shielding layer is coated with a shielding material of a mixed composition of titanium oxide, strium oxide, barium oxide and bismuth oxide on the surface of the plate member made of copper or silver Provide an antitheft device.

In this case, the shielding material may be a mixed composition of 33 to 35% by weight of the titanium oxide, 30 to 33% by weight of the strium oxide, 20 to 23% by weight of the barium oxide and 8 to 9% by weight of the bismuth oxide.

The anti-theft sensor may use a 58 kHz or 8.2 MHz frequency band, and the information management tag may use a 900 MHz or 13.56 MHz frequency band.

The anti-theft device according to the present invention, by installing the anti-theft sensor and information management tag inside the main body coupled to the anti-theft object, to prevent theft of the anti-theft object and to easily grasp the management status information. do.

1 is a perspective view of an anti-theft device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a cross-sectional view taken along a line II-II in Fig.
3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line III-III of FIG. 2.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Reference will now be made in detail to the preferred embodiments of the present invention, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings.

1 is a perspective view of an anti-theft device according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II of FIG. 1 and 2, the anti-theft device includes a main body 100, an anti-theft sensor 200, and an information management tag 300.

First, the main body 100 is a case to be installed on the anti-theft object in a state of receiving the anti-theft sensor 200 and the information management tag 300 to be described later. That is, the main body 100 stably receives and protects the anti-theft sensor 200 and the information management tag 300 from being damaged by a user. As such, the main body 100 is formed of an ABS material resistant to impact or heat, but is not limited thereto. Of course, a synthetic resin material having excellent strength and heat resistance may be used.

In addition, the main body 100 is provided with a fixing pin 110 to be fixed to the anti-theft object.

The anti-theft sensor 200 is installed inside the main body 100, when the main body 100 passes through a detection table (not shown), while the alarm ring sounds in the detection zone of the anti-theft object It will prevent loss and theft. The anti-theft sensor 200 uses a known sensor using a 58 kHz or 8.2 MHz frequency band. The anti-theft sensor 200 is fixedly attached to the inside of the main body 100 by an adhesive layer (not shown). Here, although the adhesive layer uses a double-sided tape, it is a matter of course that a known adhesive may be used without being limited thereto.

The information management tag 300 allows the information of the anti-theft object to be transmitted and received with an administrator. The information management tag 300 is fixedly installed in the main body 100. In this case, the information management tag 300 is arranged to be spaced apart from the anti-theft sensor 200 by a predetermined interval, to solve the radio wave interference or interference caused by the contact of the two objects that act as a radio wave generation, The separation distance may be a separation distance without interference or interference of radio waves, but it is desirable to maintain a minimum separation distance without interference or interference of radio waves. Referring to FIG. 3, the information management tag 300 includes an RFID tag 310 and a shielding layer 320.

The RFID tag 310 stores the information of the anti-theft object, and then transmits and receives the information with an RFID reader (not shown) installed outside. Here, the RFID tag 310 is a metal-type tag type is less susceptible to noise caused by electromagnetic waves in a state where it is installed on the anti-theft object. The RFID tag 310 includes an RFID chip 311 and an antenna 312. The RFID chip 311 records and stores the information. In addition, the antenna 312 is connected to the RFID chip 311, the RFID chip 311 transmits and receives a signal to transmit and receive the information with the RFID reader. Here, the antenna 312 is shown to be coupled to the bottom surface of the RFID chip 311 in a copper plate shape, but is not limited to this may be installed symmetrically to the side around the RFID chip 311 is a matter of course. The RFID tag 310 preferably uses a passive type that does not require a separate battery. However, the RFID tag 310 may use a semi-passive type or an active type. Of course. Here, the RFID tag 310 by using a 900MHz or 13.56MHz frequency band, the distance that can transmit and receive the information is long.

The shielding layer 320 is an electronic signal generated by the anti-theft object and the anti-theft sensor 200 in a state in which the RFID tag 310 is installed on the anti-theft object with the RFID tag 310 installed on the main body 100. By suppressing the generation of noise when transmitting and receiving the information of the RFID tag 310 by. Here, the shielding layer 320 is attached to the lower portion of the RFID tag 310 so as to be disposed between the anti-theft object and the RFID tag 310 in a state in which the main body 100 is installed on the anti-theft object. . The shielding layer 320 includes a plate member 321 formed of copper or silver and a shielding material 322 applied to the upper surface of the plate member 321. In one embodiment, although only the top surface of the plate member 321 is illustrated as being applied, the present invention is not limited thereto, and the shielding material 322 may be applied to the entire surface of the plate member 321. Here, the shielding material 322 is used by mixing the composition of titanium oxide, strium oxide, barium oxide and bismuth oxide to increase the dielectric constant. In this case, the shielding material 322 is a mixture composition of 33 to 35% by weight of the titanium oxide, 30 to 33% by weight of the strium oxide, 20 to 23% by weight of the barium oxide and 8 to 9% by weight of the bismuth oxide.

In addition, the shielding layer 320 is fixedly attached to the inside of the main body 100 by an adhesive layer (not shown) similarly to the anti-theft sensor 200 described above. Here, although the adhesive layer uses a double-sided tape, it is a matter of course that a known adhesive may be used without being limited thereto.

As described above, referring to the operation of the anti-theft device according to the embodiment, first, the main body 100 is installed to be coupled to the anti-theft object by the fixing pin 110.

Therefore, when the anti-theft sensor 200 in the main body 100 coupled to the anti-theft object is adjacent to the detection zone, after receiving 58kHz or 8.2MHz from the detection zone, and outputs a corresponding frequency signal While receiving from the detection station to detect the theft of the anti-theft object.

In addition, the information management tag 300 installed inside the main body 100 continuously transmits and receives the information of the anti-theft object with an external RFID reader, so that the status information of the anti-theft object, that is, inventory management, store management Information such as ship management, traffic management and warehouse management can be easily grasped.

In this way, the anti-theft device of an embodiment, by installing the anti-theft sensor 200 and the information management tag 300 into the main body 100 coupled to the anti-theft object, the anti-theft object In addition to preventing theft, management status information can be easily grasped.

Although the present invention has been described with reference to the embodiments shown in the drawings, this is merely exemplary, and it will be understood by those skilled in the art that various modifications and equivalent other embodiments are possible. Therefore, the true technical protection scope of the present invention will be defined by the technical spirit of the appended claims.

100: main body 200: anti-theft sensor
300: information management tag 310: RFID tag
320: shielding layer

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  1. A main body coupled to the anti-theft object;
    An anti-theft sensor installed inside the main body;
    Is installed inside the main body, and has an information management tag for storing and transmitting and receiving the information of the anti-theft object, the outside,
    The information management tag,
    An RFID tag comprising an RFID chip storing the information of the anti-theft object, an antenna connected to the RFID chip to transmit and receive the information, and attached to the RFID tag, the noise when transmitting and receiving the information of the RFID tag It includes a shielding layer to suppress the generation,
    The shielding layer is an anti-theft device is coated with a shielding material of titanium oxide, strium oxide, barium oxide and bismuth oxide on the plate member surface made of copper or silver.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The shielding material is an anti-theft device comprising 33 to 35% by weight of the titanium oxide, 30 to 33% by weight of the strium oxide, 20 to 23% by weight of the barium oxide and 8 to 9% by weight of the bismuth oxide.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    The anti-theft sensor is a 58kHz or 8.2MHz frequency band, and the information management tag is an anti-theft device using a 900MHz or 13.56MHz frequency band.
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