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These FAQs cover various technical aspects of electronic shelf labels, providing an overview of their functionality and capabilities in a retail environment.

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ESLs are digital display systems used in retail environments to replace traditional paper price tags on store shelves. They allow for dynamic pricing and real-time updates.

ESLs typically use wireless communication technologies such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or NFC to connect to a central management system. Prices and information can be updated remotely.

ESL systems consist of electronic shelf labels, a communication infrastructure, and central management software for controlling and updating the labels.

E-ink (electronic ink) is a popular display technology for ESLs. It provides good visibility, low power consumption, and can retain an image without power.

ESLs are typically battery-powered. The batteries are designed to last for several years, and some ESLs use energy-efficient technologies to extend battery life. We also have a (direct power supply) option which helps you avoid battery changes.

Most ESLs use monochrome displays, often black and white, to maximize visibility and battery life. However, some advanced models may have color displays.

Pricing information is updated wirelessly through a central management system. The system sends updates to the ESLs, reflecting changes in product prices or promotions in real-time.

Yes, ESLs are versatile and can be customized to suit various retail settings, including grocery stores, electronics stores, and fashion retailers.

Yes, ESLs can display additional information such as product descriptions, nutritional information, and promotional messages.

ESL systems typically employ encryption and secure communication protocols to protect against unauthorized access and tampering.

Yes, ESL systems are designed to integrate with POS systems, inventory management systems, and other retail software to ensure consistency in pricing and information.

The range depends on the communication technology used. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth typically have a range of several meters, while NFC has a shorter range suitable for close-range interactions.

ESLs are managed through a central software interface, allowing retailers to update prices, product information, and promotions across all labels simultaneously.

Yes, ESL systems can be integrated with online pricing and promotional strategies, ensuring consistency between online and in-store prices.

ESLs contribute to environmental sustainability by reducing the need for paper and printing for traditional price tags. Additionally, some ESLs are designed with recyclable materials.

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