|Package Dimensions||15.29 x 8.71 x 3.91 cm; 109 Grams|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HN294FA|
|Item Weight||109 g|
Pet Microchip Scanner, 134.2kHz ISO11784/ISO11784/FDX-B/EMID RFID Pet Microchip Reader for Animal/Pet/Dog/Cat/Pig…
|Price:||+ $8.02 Delivery|
- 【Support multiple protocols】- Support ISO11784 / ISO11785 / FDX-B（15 digit microchips）and ID64（10 digit microchips）.
- 【Built-in lithium battery rechargeable】- No need to replace the battery, easy to operate, can be charged through the USB interface. It can last for more than one year after being fully charged.
- 【Low Battery Tip】- Automatically alarm when the battery level is lower than 7.8.
- 【Portable and lightweight】- Product size, 6 * 12 * 1.5cm（2.4 * 1.4 * 0.6 in）, 120g（4.2 oz）. It won't be tired to use it for a long time.
- 【Data reading】- 5-10cm reading range,Works with Windows 98 or later software.
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Note: Please pay attention to your chip when purchasing this product. It is only available for FDX-B (15 digit) and ID64 (10 digit ) microchips.
It can read all 134.2KHz FDX-B tags. It supports ISO 11784/11785, FDX-B and ID64 RFID. The backlit screen makes it easy to read and you can read historical data in internal reading mode. The card reader will alarm when the battery is low.
It supports ISO 11784/11785, FDX-B and ID64 RFID.
Backlit screen for your convenience.
Historical data can be read in internal read mode.
When the battery is low, the battery will alarm when the battery level is lower than 7.8.
Microchip digit :15/10
Reading standard: applicable to ISO11784/5, FDX-B, ID64
Continuous working time: 5 hours
Size: 12.5 * 61.5mm / 0.5 * 2.4.inch
Weight: Approx. 119g
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Reviewed in the United States on 13 July 2019