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IPT-300 Life Ring

Data integrity and security. The IPT-300 is especially engineered to protect valuable data. A user-controlled “write-protect” feature enables a researcher to prevent data from being modified or erased. A cyclic redundancy check (CRC) algorithm developed by BMDS detects accidental errors within the IPT-300 and corrects them.

IPT-300 SafeSafe, long-term storage. The transponder can remain with a tissue sample on long-term storage, simplifying after-life record retention and further ensuring accuracy of studies for decades.

IPT-300 Check

Non-adverse reactions. Independent studies confirm that two years after implantation, the physiological reaction to the transponder is completely non-adverse. In test cases, tissue surrounding the transponder are healthy. Equally, no changes in the surface characteristics of the transponder’s glass, microchip, or polypropylene sheath were observed. 

IPT-300 Transponder DataBaseProgram codes to create your research database. 

The IPT-300 is a read/write chip, enabling you to program up to 32 alphanumeric characters in any coding sequence. This transforms each IPT-300 transponder into a “mini-database” of information on a laboratory animal. A range of data can be programmed in a sequence such as study number, genotype, investigator name, project number and animal date-of-birth, among others. For added flexibility, the transponder may be programmed in the needle assembly or after implantation. By directly entering each data entry to the transponder within the animal, you also eliminate the hassle of manually cross-referencing.

Easy technical adoption. The IPT-300 and BMDS Reader Systems are easy to use and do not require in-depth technical training to perform identification procedures. Transmit its data to a BMDS 6000, or 7000 series Reader-Programmer that collects and displays this data and combines it into a single database format.