Products Name: Animal microchip injection glass tube
Sample: sample for free
Application: Animal management
Glass tube biological electronic label, suitable for pet dogs, working dogs, animal husbandry identification, glass tube electronic label is divided into read-only and read and write two ways. The production is in full compliance with ISO11784/85 international standard. At present, it has been widely used at home and abroad to manage the whole process of animal growth. This electronic tag ID number can be read as long as the card reader antenna is near the implant site.
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) animal syringe is a device that uses radio frequency identification technology and is used to inject drugs into animals or perform other related operations. Here are the general steps for using an RFID animal syringe:
Make sure you have an animal with an RFID chip. This is usually a small microchip that is implanted under the animal’s skin.
Make sure you have an RFID animal syringe. This is usually a handheld device that has a needle or syringe port for injecting the drug into the animal and reads the information from the RFID chip.
Place the RFID animal syringe close to the chip location on the animal’s body.
Activate RFID reading function. This can be done by pressing a button on the device or touching the screen.
When the syringe successfully reads the animal’s RFID chip, it will display relevant animal information, such as the animal’s name, number, etc.
|Memory||363 bits Read and writable|
|RF Standard||ISO11784/11785 FDX-B|
|Operating Distance||2-10cm (base on the reader)|
|Working Life||＞ 100,000 times|
|Working Model||Passive no battery|
|Operating Temperature||-25℃ ~ 75℃|
|Stock Temperature||-30℃ ~ 80℃|
Carton size: 50*40*40cm
1.What does an animal microchip do?
A tiny microchip is quickly and simply inserted under your pet’s skin, or in the neck for horses. This gives your pet their own unique code. The microchip can be scanned and matched to the owner’s contact details, which are kept on a national database, such as PetLog.
2.Can you track your pet with a microchip?
You cannot GPS track your pet with a microchip. Pet microchips are used to identify your pets when scanned at a pet shelter or vet so they can be reunited with their owners. You will need to purchase an additional GPS tracking product to track your pets.
3.How do I know if my animal has a microchip?
Microchip scanning can be done at most veterinary clinics. If you have found a stray dog, take it to a local veterinarian to get scanned. Microchips are also a great way of proving ownership