The HomeAgain® Universal WorldScan Reader Plus is a universal portable microchip reader. It detects and displays the microchip ID number of HomeAgain® microchips and other brands. The scanner reads 125 Khz (non-encrypted), 125 Khz (encrypted), 128 Khz, and 134.2 Khz microchips and a wide range of technologies: FDX-B ISO, HDX ISO, FDX-A (FECAVA), Trovan and Avid encrypted.
The bi-directional antenna promotes faster microchip detection and the information can be easily transferred to your computer through USB or Bluetooth®.
The ergonomic design offer a comfortable and balanced grip during use and it is engineered for increased durability and protection against moisture.
Includes 6 rechargeable batteries and built-in USB charger as well as a protective storage case to allow for easy transport.
This microchip scanner can also read and display the Microchip Temperature.
Able to store up to 3,000 IDs in its internal memory, each associated with a time/date stamp, which can be transmitted to a personal computer via a USB cable or wirelessly using Bluetooth®.
Cautions: Use rechargeable batteries with the same capacity and do not mix rechargeable and standard batteries. Do not use the reader near water when connected to the AC/DC adapter.
Batteries: 6 rechargeable AAA NiMH 1.2V batteries (included) or it adapts to 6 AAA 1.5V batteries.
Case: Blow-molded, reusable case.
Features: Built-in USB charger, USB cable and adapter.
The HomeAgain® Universal WorldScan Reader Plus reads 125 Khz (non-encrypted), 125 Khz (encrypted), 128 Khz, and 134.2 Khz microchips and a wide range of technologies: FDX-B ISO, HDX ISO, FDX-A (FECAVA), Trovan and Avid encrypted.
When searching implantable microchips, place the reader so it touches the animal. Move the scanner around the animal as microchip placement might vary per animal. To search for microchips, press and hold down the SCAN button.
The reader will display "SEARCHING" until a microchip is found or the scan button released. If the microchip was not found, re-test the Scanner with the test chip and rescan the animal, moving slower and varying angle of scans.
If a microchip was found and the reader is connected via its USB interface or its Bluetooth® interface to a host computer, it will send the microchip number to the host computer.