is the new easy online destination for trusted Sensormatic® AM and RF anti-theft tags and labels

Quick, convenient and secure access for small and mid-size U.S. retailers


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Johnson Controls today announced the launch of its new e-commerce site — — providing small and mid-size U.S. retailers with a fast, convenient and secure way to purchase trusted genuine Sensormatic brand anti-theft hard tags and labels. Retailers now have easy access to Acousto-Magnetic (AM) tags and labels, along with a selection of Radio Frequency (RF) tags and labels designed to help protect their most vulnerable merchandise, including apparel, accessories, footwear, sporting goods, wine & spirits, power tools, and more. Sensormatic AM tags and labels are designed to work with Sensormatic Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems, while Sensormatic RF tags and labels work with RF systems from other providers. This means retailers in all sectors are likely to find tags that work with their systems, even if those systems are not Sensormatic.

The selection on was created for retailers that order smaller quantities of tags or labels, and wish to pay by credit card, making it quick and easy to get what they want, when they want it. Larger retailers that order large quantities of tags on contract will continue to order directly from their Johnson Controls sales representative or channel partner.

Last year, Johnson Controls began selling Sensormatic tags and labels on Amazon and found that many small retail organizations as well as franchisees were ordering frequently since the tags and labels were new, authentic Sensormatic brand, and available direct from the manufacturer. The website features detailed information on each type of tags and labels, including types of detachers and deactivators.

Genuine Sensormatic is the premier brand of quality, innovative loss prevention solutions that retailers have relied on for over 50 years. Sensormatic breakthrough products feature high-performance technology with industry-leading design, manufacturing excellence and quality standards to help retailers optimize merchandise protection, reduce shrink, and boost sales. Johnson Controls pioneered the EAS anti-shoplifting industry through its Sensormatic brand, which remains on the cutting-edge of innovation with over 2,400 retail patents worldwide.



About Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls is a global diversified technology and multi industrial leader serving a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries. Our 120,000 employees create intelligent buildings, efficient energy solutions, integrated infrastructure and next generation transportation systems that work seamlessly together to deliver on the promise of smart cities and communities. Our commitment to sustainability dates back to our roots in 1885, with the invention of the first electric room thermostat. We are committed to helping our customers win and creating greater value for all of our stakeholders through strategic focus on our buildings and energy growth platforms. For additional information, please visit or follow us @johnsoncontrols on Twitter.

About Johnson Controls’ retail solutions group

Johnson Controls is a global, diversified technology and multi-industrial leader that serves a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries. As a leading provider of retail Loss Prevention, Inventory and Traffic solutions, we deliver real-time visibility and predictive analytics to help maximize business outcomes in today’s digitally driven shopping world. Our more than 1.5 million data collection devices in the retail marketplace capture 40 billion shopper visits and track and protect billions of items each year. Our retail portfolio features the premier Sensormatic®, ShopperTrak® and TrueVUE™ brands, as well as a full suite of building technology solutions. For more information, please visit or and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.



Filed under Keywords acousto-magnetic; electronic article surveillance; label; tags

Published on 8/31/2017 Permalink


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