RFID Tag Maker produce the PIT tags more than 15 years.
A PIT tag is a tiny device that can be implanted into animals to track their movements and behavior. PIT stands for Passive Integrated Transponder, which means that the tag does not have a battery or emit any signals. Instead, it responds to a radio frequency signal from a reader device, which can then record the tag’s unique identification number. PIT tags are useful for studying wildlife and marine biology, as they can help researchers collect data on animal migration, survival, growth, reproduction and more. PIT tags can be used on a variety of animals, such as fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals.
Each PIT tag has a unique number, which is hard coded into the memory blocks of the IC inside the tag. This number never repeats, as UID is compliant with ICAR standards for all its PIT and Laboratory Research tags. The tags operate on FDX-B parameters with 134.2 kHz frequency. This means that they are compliant with ISO 11784 and 11785 standards, so that they can be read by all ISO readers.
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