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1998\08\13@133113 by jhobbs

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Someone a while back listed some manufactures of those small ID transmitters
that I think are used to implant under a pets skin.  I am looking for data
on these devices so any source would be helpful.

Has anyone ever used these devices?
What is the correct name for these devices?

Take care  -Jim

1998\08\13@140801 by Ricardo Seixas

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Jim,

       A few years ago "Electronics Now" published an article that describes
a thing like this, I think the title is "Remote Control for your dog".

Ricardo Seixas

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1998\08\13@144129 by Matt Bonner

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jhobbs wrote:
>
> Someone a while back listed some manufactures of those small ID transmitters
> that I think are used to implant under a pets skin.  I am looking for data
> on these devices so any source would be helpful.
>
> Has anyone ever used these devices?
> What is the correct name for these devices?
>
Both my dogs have one.  My older dog's is made by Arvid - don't know who
made my puppy's implant.  Different manufacturers use different names,
but all the vets seem to call them "microchips" (so I guess this *is* on
topic).

Just do a web search using the keyword "microchip" - I think that you'll
get one or two hits. <g>

Seriously, though - all my implant info is at home.  I'll check it out
tonight and give you some more info tomorrow.  What I do know is that
they are passive - they output a unique identifier when stimulated by an
external radiation source.

--Matt

1998\08\13@145135 by marcel

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look at philips.com they have id tags in all sort's for instance creditcart
shape
you activate them in an electro magnatic feeld some you can program a number in
some contain eeprom etc
Marcel
Electronic Workshop Scope
Amstedam
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jhobbs wrote:

> Someone a while back listed some manufactures of those small ID transmitters
> that I think are used to implant under a pets skin.  I am looking for data
> on these devices so any source would be helpful.
>
> Has anyone ever used these devices?
> What is the correct name for these devices?
>
> Take care  -Jim

1998\08\13@164215 by Philip Starbuck

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AVID makes the readers and does the marketing and support:

American Veterinary Identification Devices

3179 Hammer Ave.
Norco, CA 91760-9972

http://www.kah.com/avid.html

I believe that they purchase the implants from somone else.

cheers,

Phil

Philip Starbuck
(909) 792-7917

"There are three principal ways to lose money.  Wine, women, and engineers.  Whi
le the first two are more pleasant the third is by far the more certain."
                                               -- Baron Rothschild
                                                       ca. 1860

1998\08\13@184957 by Pete Klammer

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Our local veterinary hospital is offering a commercial product called,
"Home Again Microchip Implant" companion animal retrieval system, with a
national id# database service maintained by the American Kennel Club.
$41.20, size of a grain of rice.  AKC: 919-233-9767

Peter F. Klammer / .....PKlammerKILLspamspam@spam@Racom.com
Racom Systems, Inc. / 6080 Greenwood Plaza Blvd / Englewood CO 80111
(303)773-7411 / FAX:(303)771-4708


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Subject: PET ID


Someone a while back listed some manufactures of those small ID
transmitters
that I think are used to implant under a pets skin.  I am looking for
data
on these devices so any source would be helpful.

Has anyone ever used these devices?
What is the correct name for these devices?

Take care  -Jim

1998\08\14@032618 by Philippe

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At 10:30 13/08/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Someone a while back listed some manufactures of those small ID transmitters
>that I think are used to implant under a pets skin.  I am looking for data
>on these devices so any source would be helpful.
>
>Has anyone ever used these devices?
>What is the correct name for these devices?
>

TEMIC-Telefunken ID circuit:
       U2270B
       U5530

See at: http://www.temic-semi.de/products.htm

Regards,
       Philippe.

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