Sunday, May 28, 2017

What is Injectable ID Chip?

Implantable chip ID (injectable ID chip) is also called the biochip transponder (biochip transponder), it is a kind of electronic equipment, injected into the animal skin, provide a unique identification number for animal.



Implantable chip ID (injectable ID chip) is also called the biochip transponder (biochip transponder), it is a kind of electronic equipment, injected into the animal skin, provide a unique identification number for animal. Implanted ID chips are faster, less painful, and more cost saving and time saving than the earrings, branding or tattoos of pigs, sheep, cows and horses.


Chips that use RFID technology are actually glass tubes compatible with biological tissue, with a silicon chip with a digital ID, antenna, and capacitor. The chip is injected below the animal skin (the wafer is compatible with a disposable disposable syringe) and requires a compatible scanner to activate it. The scanner sends a low frequency radio signal "wake-up" chip and provides power to send the chip's identity code to the scanner. In order to correctly identify an animal's identity, the identity code read by the scanner is compared to other identity encodings of the database.

The prototype of the biochip transponder was invented in 1979 by Beigel Mike, an inventor in California. In 1991, zoos around the world began using the microchip, and the International Trading Commission, which has more than 100 members of the endangered species, also used implantable ID chips for endangered animals. In 2000, some cities in the United States established the use of the chip in pet licences.

The Applied Digital Solutions Inc created an implantable ID chip for human identification.

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