|Luogo di origine:||Zhejiang, Cina||Dimensione:||1.25*7mm, 1.4*8mm, 2.12*12mm, 3*15mm or customized.|
|Nome del marchio:||Actility / RHT||Colore:||Black/white/yellow/red/green/customized|
|Numero di modello:||AR01||Package material:||Medical breathable paper|
|Frequenza:||134.2Khz (Low frequenc RFID)||Applicazione:||Animal shelter, veterinary clinic, farm|
|Sterilization method:||E0 (ethylene oxide),valid for 5 years|
Imballaggio e consegna
Indice dei contenuti
- Imballaggio e consegna
- What is implantable RFID animal chip?
- How and where are microchips placed?
- How does animal microchip work?
- Will the chip in my pet be lost?
- Imballaggio e spedizione
- Unità di vendita: Articolo singolo
- Package material: Medical breathable paper
Tempi di consegna:
|Quantità (cartoni)||1 - 100||>100|
|Est. Tempo (giorni)||15||Da negoziare|
Descrizione dei prodotti
What is implantable RFID animal chip?
A microchip implant is a recognition integrated circuit placed under the skin of an animal. The chip is about one meter in size and uses passive radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, also known as pit (passive integrated transponder) tag. Standard pet microchips are typically 11-13 mm long (approximately 1 ⁄ 2 inch) and 2 mm in diameter. Externally attached microchips (such as RFID ear tags) are usually used to identify farm and pasture animals, except horses. Some external microchips can be read using the same scanner as the implanted chip. Animal shelters, animal control officials and veterinarians usually look for microchips to quickly return lost pets to their owners, thus avoiding the costs of housing, food, medical treatment, resettlement and euthanasia. Many shelters place debris in all exiled animals.
In recent years, there are more and more people with pets, along with a variety of problems. For example, pet dogs hurt people, disturb residents, lose pets, etc. At the same time, there are more and more stray dogs and cats abandoned on the streets for various reasons, which further intensifies the contradiction between people and pets. So since everyone has a unique ID card, can every pet also have their ID card. In order to achieve a unique effect, at present, a better method is to implant RFID chips into pets as the ID of each pet.
What is a pet implantable chip? The technology of PET chip is not complex. This technology is called RFID (abbreviation of radio frequency identification), namely radio frequency identification, commonly known as electronic tag. This technology is widely used in various occasions, such as logistics, baggage handling, access control and so on. Its advantage is that the chip itself does not need batteries, can be made very small, and can also be used on high-speed moving objects.
The recognition chip generates induced current by the signal sent by the scanner. With these energy, the information stored in the chip is sent out and received and recognized by the scanner. This is the reason why the recognition chip itself does not use battery.
Implanting chips into pets is to inject chips into pets through special chip syringes. The chip used here is a special chip, encapsulated by Bioglass, with dimensions of 1.4 * 8mm and 2.1 * 12mm. It will not bring strange feelings to pets after injection. Because the RFID chip launched by United Intelligence has the characteristics of uniqueness, durability and long-distance reading, it is very suitable for the field of pet supervision. Uniqueness can effectively avoid the situation that multiple pets share one certificate. It is durable and can ensure the life-long use of accompanying pets. The feature of long-distance reading facilitates the reading of pet information and avoids pet pain.
The steps of inserting RFID chips into pets are very simple. When a cat or dog is born, pet owners can take their pets to the pet management center to inject chips at an appropriate time, just like newborns vaccinated. The difference is that the chips injected into the pet body represent the pet’s ID, which contains various information, including the pet’s type, name, ID number and age, Pet owner’s name, contact information, etc. To quickly understand the pet’s information, you can scan the code to read the pet’s information through the PET scanner.
Microchips have different frequencies
Microchips are passive devices, which means they have no internal energy. They remain dormant until activated by the scanner. In the United States, animal microchips use several different microchip frequencies:
125kHz chip – until recently, this was the most common frequency in the United States, which can be read by most scanners in the United States.
134khz chip – introduced to the United States in 2004. This microchip is defined by a specification developed by the international standards organization or commonly referred to as ISO. The microchip ID code format of the chip is defined as a 15 digit code of 0-9, in which the first three digits represent the country code or manufacturer code. This is often considered the “global standard” of animal microchips because it is used by other animal microchips in the world.
The 128khz chip launched in 2007 can be read by many scanners, but not all.
The importance of microchip frequency?
Almost all shelters and veterinary clinics have scanners. It is estimated that by the beginning of 2008, the United States had more than 70000 “general purpose scanners” – scanners can read all chip frequencies sold here, including the new ISO standard.
Many animal health leaders recommend new ISO standards, including the American Veterinary Association and the American Association of animal hospitals.
If you travel abroad with your pet, your pet may need microchips to enter abroad. If so, let your pet implant an ISO chip, because most countries outside the United States use the ISO standard, and their scanners will not read other frequencies. If your pet has been implanted with different frequencies, some countries will allow you to carry your pet as long as you carry a microchip scanner that can read your ID number.
Do not implant microchips into pets again because multiple microchips may interfere with accurate readings.
You should ask your veterinarian what chip frequency their clinic recommends.
Vantaggi of pet microchips
Pet implant chip has many advantages, the biggest advantage is convenient management.
- 1. Can find the pet. If the pet is lost, once the pet is sent to the hospital or shelter, the staff can read the information by scanning the chip and contact the owner to claim his pet.
- 2. Be able to record the physical condition and medical records of pets. When you go to the veterinarian, the doctor doesn’t need to ask. As long as you scan it, you can quickly call up the pet’s medical record and quickly understand all aspects of its condition. Nowadays, pet medical insurance is on the rise. Compared with photo or video authentication, chips can better prove that “it” is “it”. At the same time, it can reduce the occurrence of abandoned dogs, reduce the number of stray pets, and alleviate the nuisance and attacks of pet dogs.
Animal microchip AR01 is safe, easy, effectively reunites you with your lost pet, and can offer additional value.
Some pet owners worry about whether the implanted chip will harm their pets, just as many parents worry that the radiation of their children’s smart watches is harmful to their health. In fact, there is no need to worry. The PET chip is small (the size of rice grains) and covered with biological coating. After implantation, it can help the PET chip “grow” under the skin, and the pet body will not have any exclusion, And does not affect the appearance.
PET chip has a globally unique ID code, which is the most advanced management means of pet management in the world. After the chip is implanted, the pet has a unique identity, and the information bound to the owner can be determined through reading equipment. Once implanted and used for life (but it is best to check once a year), it can be said to be “once and for all”.
Microchip implants are passive RFID devices. In the absence of internal power, it remains inert until it is powered by the scanner or other power supply. Although the chip itself interacts only at a limited frequency, the device also has an antenna optimized for a specific frequency, but it is not selective. It can receive stray electromagnetic waves, use stray electromagnetic waves to generate current and radiate it. The radio wave emitted by the scanner activates the chip to send the identification number to the scanner, and then the scanner displays the number on the screen. The microchip is encapsulated in a biocompatible glass cylinder and includes an identification integrated circuit located under the skin of the animal. The relevant standards of the chip are ISO 11784 and ISO 11785. Most implants contain three elements: “chip” or integrated circuit; Coil inductance, possibly with ferrite core; And a capacitor. The chip contains unique identification data and an electronic circuit for encoding the information. The coil serves as the secondary winding of the transformer and receives power inductively coupled thereto from the scanner. The coil and capacitor together form a resonant LC circuit, which is tuned to the frequency of the oscillating magnetic field of the scanner to generate energy for the chip. The chip then sends the data back to the scanner through the coil. The way the chip communicates with the scanner is a method called backscattering. It becomes part of the electromagnetic field and modulates it by transmitting the ID number to the scanner. An example of an RFID scanner used with an animal microchip implant. These components are packed in biocompatible soda lime or borosilicate glass and sealed. Leaded glass cannot be used for pet microchips, and consumers can only accept microchips from reliable sources. Glass is sometimes coated with polymers. Poly – P – xylene C (chlorinated poly – xylene) has become a common coating.
How and where are microchips placed?
Microchips are implanted under the skin, usually between the shoulder blades. This is done with a large bore needle and does not require anesthesia.
How does animal microchip work?
The size of animal microchip is no more than one grain of rice. It is an RFID transponder, which is composed of several components and encapsulated in a slender Bioglass capsule. It is widely used for human and animal implantation. Some microchips have anti migration function and ensure that the capsule remains in place by bonding with the tissue under the animal skin.
The only function of the microchip is to store a unique ID number for retrieving the contact information of the pet’s parents. It is different from the global positioning system used for tracking and requires power such as battery.
When the microchip scanner passes through the microchip animal’s skin, the implanted microchip will send out RF (radio frequency) signal. The scanner reads the unique ID code of the microchip. Microchip registration is called, and the registration company uses the ID number to retrieve the contact information of pet parents from the pet recovery database.
Most animal shelters and veterinary hospitals in the United States have global scanners that can read most manufacturers’ animal microchips.
Will the chip in my pet be lost?
The subcutaneous tissue of the pet is usually combined with the chip within 24 hours to prevent it from moving. The possibility of the chip moving to another part of the body is very small, but it will not be lost in fact.