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Gentle-to-inject micro-transponder in disposable cannula, according to ISO standard 11784.
The ISO transponder is the global standard transponder, placed under the skin to identify small animals such as dogs. The ISO transponder contains a globally unique 15-digit number code to identify the animal unambiguously. It is a passive chip that only reveals its data to the electromagnetic waves of the chip reader.
It is injected gently using a separately available disposable or reusable injector. Generally, neither an aesthetic nor a sedation is required for this procedure. The cannula of the ISO transponder is only slightly larger than normal veterinary needles.
- ISO transponder (modern standard system)
- For identifying animals
- Standardised according to ISO 11784
- No bigger than a grain of rice
- Contains a 15-digit code to identify animals
- Passive - only reveals the code to a reader
- Can be read through all non-metallic materials
- Does not require batteries, almost unlimited lifespan
- Individually sterile packed in needle, ready to use
- Needle with Luer-lock connector
- With special double cut, does not puncture tissue
- Cannula size: Outer diameter: 2.6 mm, length: 55.5 mm
- Stylet ensures chip remains in puncture canal
- Transponder is injected very gently
- Small cut of 2.6 mm heals quickly and without problems
- Transponders each supplied in a disposable cannula
- 1 pce.
Technical data for the ISO transponder
- Total dimensions: Diameter 2.12 mm, length 12 mm
- Weight: 0.09 g
- Material: Bio-glass
- Max. reading distance: 200 mm (dependent on the reader)
- Protection type: IP 68
- Excitation frequency: 134.2 kHz
- Data content: 64 bit (ISO 11784)
- Code: EPROM, Read-Only
- Transmission: ASK, in accordance with ISO 11785 FDX-B
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Practical tip: In addition to making a note on the customer's file at the veterinary practice, it is also recommended to register the animal/transponder in a free pet directory that stores the pet owner's details and the transponder code.