MID08 Multi-Chip scanner Released in 2013 this impressive scanner is at the forefront of RFID technology. Capable of reading all ISO microchips, FDXA, HDX and EM 4102. There is nothing else on the market quite like this. This scanner is a great all rounder with an excellent read range. It comes in a handy carry case, has a clear OLED 4 line display and a lithium/polymer battery that is rechargeable with the USB cable. It is an essential piece of kit for any veterinary practice, dog warden or rescue organisation. It reads ISO Standard FDX-B microchips, FDXA, HDX and EM 4102 microchips and is ideal for those who are travelling with their pet and wish to have peace of mind when at the ports. Will read ISO Standard 15 digit FDXB 11784/85, FDXA 125 kHz, HDX and EM 4102 microchips Memory stores up to 800 chip numbers for downloading onto a database Automatically switches itself off Can be programmed to read in 6 languages (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German). Just hold the button for more than 10 seconds to enter this programme. Release button when your desired language appears Supplied with a 9 volt battery One year manufacturing faults warranty Free test chip keyring Bluetooth enabled. TECHNICAL INFORMATION: Length: 15cm x W: 8cm x H: 3.5cm Weight: 150 grams Display: OLED display with 4 lines Power: 3.7V 1400mA rechargeable battery Reading range: FDXB 8-10cm. FDXA 5-6cm. HDX (ear tag) 20-25cm Reads: FDXA, FDXB (ISO 117 84/5) HDX and EM4102 chips Technical: Conforming to CE norms (Rohs) and ISO 11784 Memory: Stores up to 800 tag numbers. USB. Temperatures: Storage: -10° + 60° Operating: -5° to +40° Supplied with: USB cable, car charger, carry case Certificates: CE & FCC. Refunds/Returns If you experience any issues with the product that you have ordered or have any queries, please contact us ASAP so we can resolve the problem for you in a timely manner.
Multi-chip Scanner for RFID microchips conforming to ISO FDXB 11784
Reads FDXA,FDXB & HDX chips
Will read most microchips used in pets around the world.
Free test microchip in a tag.
Lightweight for travelling