Both the HR4 and HR5 Gallagher readers allow users to collect data and make sorting decisions in the field.
Use these RFID readers in combination with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) ear tags which have an embedded microchip that provides instant identification of the animal.
- Smartphone compatible!
- Connects via Bluetooth to weigh scales.
- Transfers data quickly to a PC via USB.
- Includes Animal Performance Software (APS).
- Half duplex (HDX) and full duplex (FDX-B) ISO compliant
How to use
- Collect data, not just EID numbers. Choose multiple traits to record against each animal such as breed, sex, condition score and pregnancy status
- Make drafting decisions in the yard, for instance, pre-defined sort groups are assigned a color to quickly identify the animal you're seeking
- Transfer and analyze data easily as USB cable connects to a PC or laptop to transfer data to APS animal database software, for easy data management and uploading
- Easily connect via Bluetooth to other devices such as weigh scales and remember these for next time
- Fast and continuous reading. Read multiple tags in quick succession with one trigger click – no need to repeatedly click the trigger between reads
- Easy to read 2.8” backlit color display screen with hi-resolution large graphics – easy to read indoors and out
- Beeper sounds and super bright LED at end of snout flashes, to show tag read successful
- Animal Performance Software (APS) Standard version is included (upgradeable to APS Professional - for price information please contact customer service)
- Cables included for PC connection and to charge in-car on the move
- Comes with handy carry case.
The HR5 offers additional time-saving features—
- Versatile data entry with the alpha-numeric keypad. Numeric, text, date and pick-list type traits can be entered e.g. entering an observation using the free text entry field. Animal notes can be set to appear when the animal is next scanned.
- Add and edit animal data in the field.
- Create new sessions without a computer (valuable with impromptu treatments).
- Link mother's ID to their newborns' as soon as the RFID tag has been placed