Legislative Briefs from the Legislative Reference Bureau Legislative Brief 06−13 June 2006 HUMAN MICROCHIP IMPLANTATION 2005 Wisconsin Act 482, passed by the leg islature and signed by Governor Jim Doyle on May 30, 2006, prohibits the required implant ing of microchips in humans.
Using microchips for identifying a specific alpaca is not the only method, but is becoming a preferred method of identification. According to a recent survey by the Camelid Working Group, 95% of the survey respondents said they would prefer implanted microchips if electronic identification becomes ...
What it will read: • ISO FDX B (most common chip type) • Trovan Unique • ISO FDX A (Destron, AVID, AEG) What's in the box: • Trovan Lid 560 ISO Pocket Reader • New battery • Owner's manual • 12 months Australian warranty Oz Microchips Product Information
Background Information on Microchips. Micro chipping of livestock is of growing concern and governments around the world are introducing legislation to make chipping compulsory.
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introduCtion Implantable microchips have become a well-accepted means of pet identification in the global veterinary community. Over the last 15 years, millions of dogs and cats throughout the world have safely received an implantable microchip that can quickly and reliably document the identity ...
Scanning protocol for 4 scanners used in a field study scanning microchips in 6 shelters. Manufacturer Distributor Trade Name Microchip Read / Detection Capabilities (*) 125 kHz (**) 128 kHz 134 kHz Datamars S.A. Bayer Animal Health ResQ Pet Identification System iMax Black Label Portable Reader Read Read Read ...
Microchip Chart The Chart below displays some of the brand names of microchips used today in the United States and the operating frequency of each.
Hold up the real circuit board or photo #1 (circuit board) and say: • "This is a circuit board, sometimes called a motherboard, which is found inside computers and other electronic devices. • It has many microchips—these small black squares and rectangles—that are the "brains" of the computer.
A number of studies have revealed that the wireless microchips implanted under the skin of many pets to stop them becoming lost can significantly raise their risk of developing cancer.