Electronic Price label tag for supermarket
Prices displayed at the shelf can be updated remotely
No need to manually
Electronic Price Tag System for supermarket
ESL(Electronic Shelf Label) is an electronic display unit that can be placed in store. ESL is a substitution of the traditional papery price tag. Each tag linked to the database of your PC, and displays the latest price update. The working frequency of the Century UHF ESL is 2.4GHz~2.526GHz (ISM).
The function of ESL is quite simple. The server in the back office communicates with each of the labels and also with the supermarket's EPOS price database that's used at checkouts.
Prices displayed at the shelf can be updated remotely therefor no need to manually
change and check the price tags.
Because the ESL system is linked to the store's checkout prices database the store is guaranteed that prices charged at the checkout is the same as those displayed on the shelves.
Before to install your first store there're several things you need to know about. The ESL system is included an AP device, a router, a scan device Tags and the Label mounting groove. It's necessary to settle down the AP around
and above the shelf for a good transmit signal environment.
And after your distribute act of labels just stick the mounting groove on your shelf and that's done.
Finally you need a PC to link them together.
(Refer to: GOOD -DISPLAY CO., ESL.PDF; OFFICIAL SITE)
Two types of ESL label
There are basically two types of ESL display: -
LCD Display contains an electronic display section and a paper label. The paper label displays basic product information, bar codes and other static information. The electronic display shows the price and any other information that is liable to change.
E-paper Display shows all
the required product information. These displays can either be segment or matrix displays