Injectable Transponder 12mm Microchip with BioBond® AntiMigration Cap.
The Injectable Identipet™ Transponder is a passive radiofrequency identification tag, designed to work in conjunction with a compatible radiofrequency ID reading system. The transponder consists of an electromagnetic coil, tuning capacitor, and microchip sealed in a cylindrical glass capsule. The chip is preprogrammed with a unique ID code that cannot be altered; over 34 billion individual code numbers are contained in the production series. When the transponder is activated by a lowfrequency radio signal, it transmits the ID code to the scanner reading system. The FDXB technology is ideally suited for harsh environments where electrical noise, moisture, or large metal surfaces are present.
Patented BioBond® AntiMigration Cap: A porous polypropylene polymer sheath is pressure fitted to the microchip to prevent migration of the device within animal tissue. This BioBond® antimigration cap results in increased retention, by promoting the development of fibrocytes and collagen fibres around the implant. The cellular response inhibits movement of the microchip, enabling it to be easily and quickly located and read at the original implant site. Although specifically designed for injecting into animals, this transponder can be used for other applications requiring a microsized identification tag.
|Compliance:||ISO 11784 & 11785|
|Dimensions:||12mm by 2.1mm|
Manufactured in an ISO 9002 approved facility
|AntiMigration:||Patented BioBond® AntiMigration Cap (see product description)|
|Read Range with the Pocket Reader or Pocket Reader EX:||Approximately: 10cm
(In a benign noise environment with optimal orientation of transponder and scanner.)
|Read Speed:||Approximately 1 meter per second|
|Operating Temperature Range:||-40°C to +70°C|
|Vibration:||Sinusoidal: 1.5mm (0.06") peaktopeak, 10 to 80Hz, 3 axis
Sinusoidal: 10g peaktopeak, 80Hz to 2kHz, 3 axis
|Power Source:||Passive device energized using an ISO compliant reader|