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Hand Held RFID Reader

Hand Held RFID Reader

The URH 1L Handheld Reader is a handheld and portable medium range LF frequency reader that can connect either USB or Bluetooth to a computer system. Perfect for general laboratory use where mobility is needed.

  • USB or Bluetooth connectivity
  • Medium Read range (5cm with the UC-2112 Transponder)
  • Compatible with All UID Injectable Chips

About UID

LAB Animal Identification Information

UID has taken a new approach to bring laboratory animal identification into the laboratory environment. In the past, laboratory animal identification product suppliers only offered identification tags and, at best, very simple software. For the critical element of how to actually use the tags and readers, the customer was left to his own devices. UID’s unique solution is to provide laboratories with the highest quality tags available and the ability to have custom software written or work seamlessly with all LIMS systems such as Provantis®, Pristima ™, PDS or Topaz for secure data collection.

Rodent and large lab animal identification is becoming mandatory in most institutions. Having the ability to uniquely and permanently identify an animal will be vital for complying with the new SEND regulations, starting in 2016. UID understands this process and has the tools necessary for full compliance.

This product is sold and shipped by UID 

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