Reading Arch


What it’s for:

The reading arch is used for conducting massive readings of animals. It can be placed at a gate, and the animals pass through it. During the process, each animal is identified, and the quantity that passed is counted.

How it’s used:

The reading arch reads UHF electronic ear tags. It emits a radiofrequency field of action, through which the animals pass. The technology “reads” each animal multiple times during each pass, and then compiles a final list of the animals that actually passed. This allows for headcounts and registering movements between pastures.

  • Mobile (installed where needed).
  • Solar panel powered.
  • Works autonomously or integrated with Digitag.
  • Redundancy in reading to ensure 100% accuracy.
  • Reading cadence: 50 animals per second.
  • Durable, designed for outdoor use.
  • Immediate stock availability.
  • 1 Reading and Communication Node.
  • 1 Built-in Antenna.
  • 1 Pole Mount Bracket.
  • 1 Solar Panel.
  • Usage Instructions.
  • Connection App.
  • When RFID devices are not in use, it is advisable to turn them off or deactivate them to minimize exposure to electromagnetic radiation.
  • Although radiation levels are low, it is advisable to limit exposure to RFID devices during long periods, especially if they are used at close distances to the body.
  • Using this RFID peripheral can generate and radiate radiofrequency energy, which may affect the operation of other nearby electronic devices.
  • By using this peripheral, the user accepts these terms and conditions and acknowledges that the manufacturer is not responsible for any damage, loss, or injury caused by improper use of the peripheral.