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Mini HPT10 PIT Tag

Biomark Mini HPT10 10mm FDX-B High Performance RFID PIT Tag for Fish and Wildlife Research.

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The Biomark MiniHPT10 tag is the highest performing 10 mm x 1.4 mm RFID PIT tag on the market today for fish and wildlife research. These tags are encapsulated in biocompatible glass and provide 100% unique identification. The tags are available in various packaging options to meet your specific application needs and budget. All Biomark tags are ISO 11784 and 11785 compliant and ICAR approved. *Tag pricing is quantity dependent and may also be influenced by organization contracts and purchase history. Please contact us or submit a quote.

  • MiniHPT10 10 mm 134.2 kHz ISO FDX-B.
  • Required implanter & needle sizes: MK165 with N165 needle.

Documents & Downloads

Mini HPT10 Specification Sheet

List of Reader Ranges:


Additional Information

Bulk OrderMinimum Quantity of 100 PIT Tags or 1 Vial

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