Allflex EID Bag of Lightweight 982 FDX Buttons (20/bag)
Allflex 982 FDX Standard Performance Full Duplex Lightweight EID Ear Tags with extended Buttons (20/bag) for deer.
Due to Allflex requirements, orders must be a minimum of 50 tags.
Description for Allflex 982 FDX Lightweight EID Ear Tags with extended Buttons:
Lightweight design for deer, sheep and goats.
982 Standard Performance Full Duplex FDX Lightweight EID Tag.
Key Benefits of Allflex 982 FDX Standard Performance Full Duplex Lightweight EID Ear Tags:
- ISO compliant
- Lightweight design for deer, sheep and goats
- Withstands harsh production and processing environments
- Packaged with Global Small Males for sheep and goat use
- Sheep and Goat Tag Size: 1.20” X .17” Weight: 4.5 grams
- Read distance Up to 60cm (23.62”) (Antenna and reading system dependent)
Full Duplex Technology (FDX): FDX is a design principle whereby the return signal initiates as soon as the beginning of the interrogation signal is received and the smoothing capacitor in the transponder has been charged. The return signal is received repetitively and without interruption for as long as a continuous interrogation signal is maintained. A FDX Transponder doesn’t have to store energy to be able to return its entire data signal.
Construction for Deer, Sheep and Goat Tag Size: 1.20” X .17” Weight: 4.5 grams
Allflex FDX Lightweight Ultra Bovine EID tags are applied with the Red Universal Total Tagger Applicator. To apply tags, the Red Blunt Applicator pin must be installed and the Black or White insert must be removed. The New Ultra Retract-O-Matic may also be used to install this tag. Extended small males are used for placement in a deeper location in the ear.
Reading these EID Tags: These tags can be read by an Allflex RS420HD Bluetooth Stick Reader or any ISO-Compliant EID/RFID tag reading device. The transponder is encapsulated in a weather-resistant polyurethane material. Each transponder chip number is also printed on the outside of the tag.
Allflex pioneered electronic livestock identification with the introduction of the first EID products in North America in 1993. Commonly referred to as Electronic ID, EID or RFID (radio frequency identification), more than one million head of production livestock animals have been electronically tagged with Allflex Electronic Identification tags.