Schering-Plough unveils new scanner with a universal application

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Kenilworth, N.J. — Homeagain and the Homeagain Pet Recovery Service introduces a scanner used to detect microchips in companion animals throughout the United States.

KENILWORTH, N.J. — Homeagain and the Homeagain Pet Recovery Service introduces a scanner used to detect microchips in companion animals throughout the United States.

The Schering-Plough Homeagain scanner will read all microchips using the 125 kHz radio frequency including those from companies that market an encrypted chip that previously could not be read by all U.S. scanners. The scanner can also detect the 134 kHz microchips or ISO chip, commonly used outside of the country.

The scanner will not show the number of the ISO chip, but will detect its presence so that steps toward a recovery can be put in place, the company says.

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