||11.5 mm (0.45") L x 2.12 mm (0.083") D
||3 2mm (1.26") L x 2 mm (0.08") x 2 mm O.D.
||100 mg ± 10 mg
||Biocompatible glass BIO GLASS 8625
||Water immersion IP68
||IEC 68.2.6 (6 g, 14...200 Hz, 3 axis, 8 Hz/axis)
||IEC 68.2.29 (30 g, 18 ms, 3 axis, 1084 times/axis)
||-40 to 140°C
||-20 to 75 °C
||GR-250 up to 24 cm / Maximum up to 35 cm
||128 kHz ± 6 kHz
About the System
The passive RFID transponder system is based on cutting-edge research and development. It provides a number of unique performance features which are protected by nine awarded patents, with additional patents pending. These features optimize achievable read distances while minimizing transponder dimensions, providing exceptional read rates (reading speed) and unmatched system dependability.
Sophisticated automatic test methods implemented by the manufacturer ensure that no code is duplicated.
RFID transponders can be read irrespective of their orientation to the reader.
- Designed specifically for animal identification
- Smallest transponder on the market for the smallest of animals
- Lancet designed to allow real-time visualization verification during insertion
- Pre-sterilized and ready for use
- Lancet can be re-sterilized and reused, reducing your costs
- Biocompatible glass encapsulation
- Patented technology provides data security
- Extremely easy to use
- MRI compatible
Can the implanted transponders be re-used?
Yes. However, the transponders are encapsulated in glass and if damaged, fluid may leak into the transponder through small holes or cracks that may occur during removal and re-implantation. Any fluid in the transponder will cause the unit to malfunction.
If you are going to re-use a transponder, it should be cleaned with medical grade alcohol prior to re-implantation.
Do RFID microchips meet International standards?
How do I clean my transponder?
We recommend cleaning the transponder with medical grade alcohol, and sterilizing using a chemical sterilant. Alide, Zephiran, and Cidex are some examples of common choices to sterilize the transponders.