Duflex AIN 840 Universal HDX Tamper Evident e.Tag with Button in Bag 25
DuFlex e.Tag (HDX) Button Tamper Evident EID Tag with Button bag of 25. Each e.Tag contains a passive, half duplex (HDX) radio frequency identication (RFID) transponder encoded with a 15-digit identification number that can be read in milliseconds, even in "noisy" environments with high amounts of metal and electrical interference. HD tags from Destron Fearing provide the same great reliability as the Destron FDX e.Tag while utilizing the added capabilities of the HDX technology. This is a 840 tag and requires a Premise ID number for purchase.
Read CCK article on understanding what an 840 Tag is all about.
The Destron HD tags are available in White and must be applied using the Destron Pro Grip II Applicator.
Key Benefits: Read Range Up to 4 feet (1.2m) at optimal tag orientation depending on system used
- Half Duplex (HDX)
- ISO Compliant ISO 11784, ISO 11785
- USDA and ICAR approved
- Optimal Read Range
- Tamper evident and non-tamper evident designs
- Superior cold weather application 0° to 122° F - 18° to 50° C
- Sequential numbering
- Available in 840
Size: 1.2" diameter x .54"D (3cm x 1.4cm) 0.29 oz (8.2g)
Apply with: Duflex pro grip II applicator
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.
e.Tags assign a unique numeric identity to livestock through universally recognized radio frequency technology. This Identification process can unlock many important value-added variables that allow producers to participate in quality, age and source verification programs, as well as reduce time, financial costs and labor on a daily basis.
Reading these EID Tags: These tags can be read by 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.