MID02- Pocket ScannerAcompact pet microchip scanner which reads all ISO microchips, ideal for use invet practices, animal rescues, local authorities and for people with pets onthe pet travel scheme.The MID02 Pocket Scanner is an extremely handy scanner that is easyto use and will fit nicely into your pocket. It will read the ISO Standard 15digit FDXB 11784/85 (as used for Pet Passports) microchips which are widelyused across Europe and many other countries. If your pet has another type of chip(such as a 10 digit chip) please see our other scanners.Due to its size, it is ideal as a second scanner or for those whoare traveling with their pet. Breeders will find this scanner useful when theyneed to distinguish puppies/kittens from one another.·Will read ISO Standard 15digit FDXB 11784/85 microchips·Will NOT read FDXA or Encrypted microchips·Automatically switches itselfoff·Supplied with a 9 voltbattery·One year manufacturing faultswarranty ·Free test chip keyringTECHNICAL INFORMATION:Dimensions: Diameter: 9cm, Height: 3cmWeight: 110 gramsPower: Standard 9 volt alkaline (or lithium) battery PP3Reading distance: FDX B (8 centimeters)Temperatures: Storage conditions: -10°C to + 60°CUsages conditions: 0°C to + 50°CScanningTechnique.Simply switchthe scanner on by following the instructions. Test the scanner is workingproperly using your free test keyring.Hold thescanner in close proximity to the coat. Begin scanning SLOWLY over the animal’simplant site using small circular motions around the shoulder blade area fordogs and cats. Continue to scan SLOWLY around theneck, chest and over the rest of the body of the animal if no microchip isfound in the recommended implant site for the species. It is recommended tospend a few minutes thoroughly checking for a microchip. If you attemptto scan too quickly you will simply miss the microchip altogether.It is importantto be aware of the different implant site per species and scan in theappropriate place dependent on the species of animal concerned. Microchipsthat have been incorrectly implanted in the scruff of the neck are likely tomigrate around the neck and onto the front of the shoulders or chest. Chipswrongly implanted over the side of either shoulder (instead of in-between) arelikely to migrate down either respective leg, so it is important that theseareas are thoroughly checked. Refunds/ReturnsIf you experience any issues with the product that you have ordered orhave any queries, please contact us ASAP so we can resolve the problem for youin a timely manner. Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE Check out my other items!