Datamars Reader - Omni Max Universal Scanner for Microchips with Bluetooth
Datamars OMNI MAX Universal Scanner for microchips with Bluetooth
Datamars OMNI MAX Universal microchip reader with Bluetooth technology Description:
OMNI MAX is the newest, portable, universal reader from Datamars with the strongest feature-set of any microchip reader available, making it a perfect fit for animal identification in any environment.
OMNI MAX is able to read FDX-B (ISO), FDX-A/FECAVA, Trovan, and HDX ISO from pocket pets to horses, indoors and outdoors – OMNI MAX delivers the identification you need.
OMNI MAX has an innovative antenna that runs along the full perimeter of the reader, greatly increasing the read field for fast and easy scanning. This larger, wider read field improves the read distance and time – which are critical to making an identification.
With OMNI MAX, Datamars delivers the most modern available technology to ensure the fastest possible microchip ID with every read.
Which Microchips Is OMNI MAX Able To Scan? The OMNI MAX universal scanner can detect the following microchips: Microfindr™ Datamars™ PetLink™ Bayer resQ® 24 Pet Watch™ AKC CAR/EID™ Αllflex® Avid™ Banfield® Crystal Tag™ Destron Fearing™ Digital Angel® HomeAgain® Lifechip® Schering Plough™ Trovan®
Connect OMNI MAX to your computer via USB or optional Bluetooth wireless. The keyboard wedge allows microchip IDs to be transmitted directly to your computer, tablet or smartphone and any other Windows or Mac compatible application as if typed by a keyboard, eliminating the possibility of transcription errors.
Communication with your computer, as well as updating the scanner firmware can be managed through the S-ID software tool, available for download at www.datamars.com.
OMNI MAX improves the speed and reliability of animal ID for veterinarians, shelters, and animal control officers around the world.
OMNI MAX is delivered in a practical carrier box, including quick start guide, USB
cable and power supply
Keys to Effective Scanning:
• Hold the scanner close to or touching the animal.
• Scan slowly and repeatedly over the entire body to ensure a microchip is present.
• Scan first in a horizontal, then a vertical “S” pattern down the animal’s body.
• Consider scanning each animal more than once to ensure any present microchip can be localized by the
• Remove metal collars before scanning - computers, metal tables, and even fluorescent lighting can interfere
with effective scanning
A premises ID is required when ordering 840 tags.
How to get a Premise ID Number: To obtain a premises ID (PIN), please contact the state animal health authority [Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) Administrator] for your state. A directory can be found at www.aphis.usda.gov/traceability/contact_us/directories.shtml.
Injectable Microchip can be used in Deer and read by ISO 11784/85 readers.