HomeAgain Universal Worldscan Plus Microchip Scanner
New model with memory and Bluetooth enabled!
The new HomeAgain microchip scanner is in full accordance with ISO Standard 11785 with the ability to read 128 kHz 9 digit encrypted, 125 kHz 10 digit, and the 134.2 kHz 15 digit microchips. This is the full range of microchips commonly in use today. When the scan is performed, both the type (FDX-A or FDX-B) and the microchip number will be displayed on the screen.
In addition to its scanning functions, this new scanner can store up to 3000 IDs in its internal memory, each associated with a time/date stamp. This data can be transmitted to a personal computer via a USB cable or wirelessly using Bluetooth.
The scanner is supplied with the Microchip Management Software which enables you to download the scanner's memory, change the scanner settings or update the scanner's firmware.
The scanner is stored and protected with a reusable hard plastic case with a handle for easy handling.
The new HomeAgain microchip scanner will read all FDX-A 10 digit and FDX-B 15 digit microchips on the market. It will also read the 128 kHz 9 digit Avid encrypted microchip.
Scanner Size: 6 3/4 inches (17.1 cm) X 3 1/4 inches (8.3 cm) X 1.25 inches (3.2 cm)
Warranty term: 1 year (warranty included in purchase)
Powered by 6 AAA rechargeable batteries which are included. Also included is a 134.2 kHz microchip for testing, USB cable, adapter and quick start up manual for use.
Made for iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 4, iPad mini3, iPad mini2, iPad mini, iPad (4th generation)
Posted by Ron on 18th Apr 2013
got tired of tattooing our pygmy goats, hard on the animal and hard to read. Bought this scanner and some datamar chips, reads these chips and the avid chips that some of our goats already had fast and easily. would definitely recommend this scanner
A Must Have Tool if your Microchip Does Not Meet Europe ISO Standard
Posted by Unknown on 20th Nov 2012
If your pet's microchip does not meet ISO microchip standards required in Europe, you must bring your own microchip reader with you. We became aware of this information only a few days before departure. I called Pettravelstore to ensure that we would receive the reader in a timely manner. Within two hours, my order was processed and shipped. Two days later, we received the reader. We initially opted to rent the reader and to return it afterwards but we decided to keep it since we plan future trips to Europe.
Posted by Unknown on 9th May 2012
The HomeAgain pocket reader is able to read the microchip on my Coton de Tulear and the microchip on my 17 year old Dutch Warmblood that was imported from Holland to the US in 2008.