|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 pc|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 work days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Read Range:||Up To 10cm||Sterilization:||EO Gas, 5 Years' Guarantee|
|Syringe Weight:||6.86g||Storage Temperature:||-20℃ To +50℃|
|Guarantee:||10 Years||Syringe Length:||108mm|
|Product Name:||Animal ID Microchips||Frequency:||134.2KHz|
5 FDX-B Transponder Microchip,
Transponder Syringe Microchip,
2.12*12mm Transponder Microchip
ZS006 is an animal identification product, consisting of a disposable syringe, a parylene-coating microchip, 6 one-dimensional bar code labels and a sterilized paper-plastic packing pouch.
Designed to meet international standards of animal identification (ISO 11784/ISO 11785), ZS006's syringe is produced with European chips featuring both read and write capability and unparalleled data security.
Utilizing Fofia Tech reader series, ZS006 is an effective and efficient solution for animal breeding, slaughter management, and animal identification.
This syringe is an ideal choice due to its light weight and convenience. It’s not only easy to use but also cost effective compared to other syringes of its kind.
For example, it takes less time to deliver medicine using this syringe, which can largely reduce the time needed for operation and treatment.
Furthermore, the design of this syringe makes it easier to inject medicine into the affected body part. This reduces the level of pain experienced by patients and contributes to a better recovery.
In conclusion, this syringe is highly recommended for medical purposes due to its powerful combination of light weight, handy and cost saving features.
|R/W standard||ISO11784/5 FDX-B|
|Place or origin (glasstag)||Europe|
|Operation temperature||-10°C to 65°C|
|Sterilization||EO gas, 5 years’ guarantee|
|Bar code label||6 adhesive-stickers|
|International certification||International Committee For Animal Recording (ICAR)|
(All avaliable sizes: 1.25*8mm, 1.4*8mm, 2.12*12mm, 2.12*12mm+temperature.)
A microchip is a permanent method of electronic identification. It is an identifying integrated circuit which is implanted just underneath the skin of an animal. The chip is typically placed between the shoulder blades at the back of the pet's neck. The implant is about the size of a large grain of rice and makes use of passive RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology, also known as a transponder. With a microchip scanner, each chip can be detected and identified by its unique code.
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