Radio Frequency Smart RFID Animal Tags Contactless for Identification / Tracking
|FOB Price:||US $0.53-1 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||500 Pieces|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|500 Pieces||US $0.53-1/ Piece|
|Production Capacity:||1000, 000PCS Per Month|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, Paypal, Company account|
- Model NO.: AT-S116
- Shape: Irregular Shape
- Power Supply Mode: Passive
- Material: ABS/PPS
- Work Frequency: 125kHz/13.56MHz/860-960MHz
- Chip: Em4200/MIFARE/Alien H3,Impinj M4/M5
- Color: Yellow/Purple or Customized
- Transport Package: Customize
- Origin: China
- Certification: RoHS, ISO, CE
- Chip Type: Read/Write
- Usage: Animal Traceability
- Reading Range: About 1~10m (Vary From Different Reader and Envir
- Antenna Material: Aluminum Etching Antenna
- Unit Weight: About 9g-16g
- Trademark: OEM
- Specification: Customized
- HS Code: 8523521000
The electronic ear tag using RFID technology, non-contact, remote automatic identifica
-tion and measurement, metering characteristics of the animal body. RFID electronic ear tags built-in electronic chip and antenna, carrying livestock individual information is to prove the identity of the individual animal identification. By electronic ear tag can accurately grasp every head of livestock from birth to delivery to the ultimate consumer of information between each, ensuring animal meat and people food hygiene and safety.
1. Chip: EM4200, TK4100
2. Frequency: 125KHZ
3. User memory : 512 bit
4. Protocol Standard: ISO11785
5. LF Read range:0-5cm (Related to the chip ,antenna and reader)
6. Read/Write Endurance: 100,000 times
7. Operating Temperature :-20°C to + 55°C
|Dimension||30mm||Item Type||Rfid Animal Tag|
Unit weight: 8g
Depends on requirement
The RFID ear tag technology is great because:
1,the tags don't fall out very easily so they are easily retained
2,accurate trace back information can be stored and quickly accessed through the tags
3,instead of reading the ear tag numbers of every calf passing, electronic readings of the numbers can now be taken without a direct line of sight, allowing to movement of cattle to be quicker and more efficient
4,the tags help Canada to have an accurate age verification system of our cattle
5,it helps Canadian's to have full tracking of animal movement
6,they allow packing plants to information of individual animals, such as the grade of the meat to farmers. Before the RFID tags they gave back information but from the average of the herd. If you had a calf that came out with a grade of AAA beef, you may want to continue mixing certain breeds or using the same parents to produce more calves, in the hopes that they will all have the great quality beef! By being able to tell individually which calves do the best at the packing plants you can have an idea of what to mix on the farm!
calf typedeadline for fitting first tagdeadline for fitting second tagdeadline for getting passport application to BCMS
|dairy||within 36 hours of birth||up to 20 days from birth||within 27 days of birth|
|beef||up to 20 days from birth||up to 20 days from birth||within 27 days of birth|
|bison||within 9 months of birth, or before weaning, whichever is sooner||within 9 months of birth, or before weaning, whichever is sooner||within 7 days of birth|
If an untagged animal dies before these deadlines you do not need to tag it, but you must record its date of birth and date of death against the dam number in your holding register.
What tags to use?
Each animal needs one primary and one secondary ear tag, both showing the same unique individual identification number.
The primary tag must be a yellow plastic distance-readable flag tag. It can go in either ear.
Each part of the primary tag shall only contain the information detailed below:
the country code
the herd mark
a six-digit individual animal number
Primary ear tag
The secondary tag must be in the other ear. It must have the same information as the primary tag, but may also contain management information. If you add extra management information, it should not affect or confuse the official identification information on the tag.
Secondary tags do not have to be the same as primary tags: they can be made of metal or plastic, and of a different size or style.
How to use?
1,First principle is to use an applicator with the appropriate ear tag.
2,Be sure that animal is restrained and the plier is clean.
3,The applicator should enable the operator to see the ear of an animal and should be ergonomic in order to allow applying an ear tag with a single move of the operator without an unnecessary effort.
4,The arms of the applicator may be parallel at the moment of closure, and the operator should feel the click sound.
5,The needle of the applicator provides the strength required to push the pin of the male part through the ear of the animal and into the female part. And this needle should be produced in stainless steel to exclude any risk of allergy or infection to operator and animal. When applied according to the instructions, the process of tag application has no harmful effect on the animal health.
6,Applicator producers such as A.N.G should supply replacement pins whenever needed
1. Animal Identification
2. Animal traceability
3. Animal Monitoring
Select Packaging according to purchase quantity.
The A.N.G large electronic ear tag, as all A.N.G electronic ear tags is compatible with all ISO standard readers and guarantees an important reading distance. Moreover, the electronic identification allows to bring the animal identificatio number out, implementing solutions in the field : herd management software,
milking parlor assistance, automatic weighing system, animals sorting automation,automatic animals count, automatic feed distribution…