For the field of animal identification, we produce highly developed animal transponders, injection devices and reading devices for both pets and livestock.
The electronic identification of farm animals is carried out via an ear tag or a so-called bolus, a ceramic unit located in the animal's stomach. The electronic identification of farm animals is not only increasingly required by the authorities (EU regulation for sheep and goats) but also offers farmers advantages in controlling the feeding and milking processes.
To identify dogs and cats, we offer both glass transponders in sterile packaging and the corresponding injection devices in compliance with ISO 11784 / 11785. This identification is valid for the EU pet passport, which is needed to cross borders. Most pets are fitted with a transponder so that they can be returned to their owner if they are lost.
PIGEONS & FISH
We offer specially developed rings with built-in transponders to identify birds. They are used in research and in pigeon racing. A special reader detects the returning carrier pigeon at the moment it flies into its loft. Transponders in fish allow their migration to the spawning grounds to be tracked and are used especially in salmon farming.
Our animal transponders are available in the following designs:
- ISO glass transponders
- One-time implants
- Pigeon rings
- Ear tag inlays
The ARE i5 is a stationary variety of the mobile ARE H5 reader. The i5 can read every current Read Only transponder in ASK and PSK area and also the ISO 11784/11785 fdx and hdx transponder. The ARE i5 offers a serial and an USB interface. Furthermore offers the i5 an optional Bluetooth function. The ARE i5 ist typically used in animal identifaction as well as in automation and logistics.
The ARE H3 is an ISO handheld reader for FDX-B transponder according to ISO standard 11784/11785. It is suitable for simple applications, where only the transponder code must be displayed. It is used in animal identification field, e.g. in animal practices, animal husbandries or slaughterhouses.