The XPT-100 can be scanned, read, or programmed by an appropriate BMDS™ reader or probe, without the need for dedicated programming station. Meaningful ID makes animal identification quick, seamless, and fail-safe. Also, you can create a map file that loaded to the reader that allows the user ID cross-referenced to additional data.
The XPT-100 is compatible with BMDS™ DASHost software which facilitates importing data into widely used applications such as Excel, offers a menu-driven solution to collecting data from various sources (scales, calipers, etc.) and provides an ingenious method to receive, map, control, and route data. Despite its small size, it has a read distance of 3 inches, making it suitable for universal applications. Designed for harmless implantation, BMDS™ Micro-Transponders is the most convenient, humane, reliable, and cost-effective method for automated animal identification.
Injected with a syringe-like action, XPT-100 transponders are preloaded in a disposable needle assembly. The ergonomic design of this one-piece tool fully integrates the handle, stainless steel needle, and drive pin. Packaged in boxes of 100, needle assemblies (one transponder each) are processed through an ethylene oxide cycle for sterilization. No assembly is required. The Micro-Transponder can be preprogrammed in a needle assembly or after implanted in an animal. Pick it up, remove the needle cap, implant the transponder, and dispose of— all in one clean operation.