The addition of the BluetoothTM module means that the number can be sent directly to a device such as a PC, smartphone or tablet. This can help reduce errors when entering microchip numbers in to a veterinary practice or rescue centre computer system and thus make the information more accurate.
For example, a rescue centre or veterinary practice which offers reduced cost microchipping may find that they are entering one microchip number after another in quick succession and mistyping the digits that they enter.
AVID manages the 24hr PETtrac Database service and through our online registration services we see errors on a daily basis where a microchip number has been incorrectly typed. The new scanner will allow the number to be accurately entered and save time in the process.
This will also assist in reunification of a found pet when used in combination with AVID’s free mobile app, allowing authorised users to search instantly without having to enter the number.
For more details and pricing please contact the AVID sales team on freephone 0800 652 7977 or request further information from www.avidplc.com