Antennae and Accessories

Antennae

MICROCHIP ID can provide a range of antennae solutions to suit your individual needs whether your requirement is for a “hands free” reader or hand held unit. The units are blue tooth compatible with optional voltage selection (220VAC/50Hz or 110VAC/60Hz).

Our state of the art antennae can be used in conjunction with the LID 1265 stationary reader and the ID 100C Transponder to deliver a read range of up to 20cms. An antenna stand is also avaliable with the ANT 610 and 611A, isolating the instrument from contacting harmful metal surfaces that can damage the unit.

The electronic components in the antennae have been redesigned to ensure maxmum resistance to impact and shock loading. Similarly the external cable connections have been ungraded from plastic to more robust metallic connectors ensuring greater connection strength, resistance to detachment and overall durability when flexing the attachment cable. All the antennae read Trovan unique read only transponders.

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ANT610 Antenna

The ANT610 is an ideal antenna for a laboratory environment, it can be mounted on a cart or mounted under a work surface (non-metal) having a read range of 13.5cm and housed with IP65 protection. A buzzer confirms a valid reading has been taken. While using the reader via RS232 or USB, your PC will display the transponder code.

ANT610 Antenna Stand (shown in the image) is available as an optional extra.

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ANT611 - Antenna

MICROCHIP ID has released a modified version of the successful ANT611 antenna. Built for endurance and reliability the new ANT611 includes upgraded external connections, with crimped fittings to ensure greater connection strengh even when fully flexing the attachment cable. The upgraded ANT611 can be used in conjunction with the LID650 and LID1265 stationary readers delivering a read range up to 10cm when used with the ID100C transponder.  An antenna stand is also available to isolate the antenna from contacting any local metallic surfaces.

ANT611 Antenna Stand (shown in the image) is available as an optional extra.

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ANT613 Antenna

The ANT613 antenna offers an extended reading distance of up to 10cm when used in conjuction with the ID100C transponder. The light weight antenna can be used in conjunction with the LID 1265 encoder and can reach up to six feet from the base encoder/reader, providing flexibility with respect to cage positioning etc. It is light weight, durable and can be utilized as a wand or a stationary stand mounted reader. This antenna reads Trovan® Unique read-only transponders.

The ANT613 stand comes as an optional extra and is used to provide protection from any surrounding metal surfaces.

Accessories

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LID57x Protective Rubber Boot

This robust rubber case can help protect the LID57x reader series from damage while still allowing the reader to operate as normal. Available in six different colors.

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Implanters with Luer Lock Fitting

The ID 100C and ID 100B/1.4mm transponders are inserted in a sterilized needle and canula. The canula hub has a luer lock fitting which inserts, turns and locks into the nose of the gun ensuring a tight fit for stable trasnponder implanting.     

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