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fish tagging system Equipment

  • EURO - Model 1000 - Fish Tagging System

    Consisting of the accumulator operated EURO 1000 reader and transponders, which are inserted with a special injector into the muscle tissue of the fish (min. 50 g), recommended for tagging of brood stock. The bioglas transponder not bigger than a rice grain, contains a worldwide unique unfalsifiable code. The passive transponder requires no ...

    By AQUACULTUR Fischtechnik GmbH based in Nienburg, GERMANY.

  • PES - Portable Fish Electroanesthesia System

    The PES™ is used to render fish unconscious and insensible quickly, without use of chemical anesthetics. The system is portable to facilitate handling and tagging activities in the field, aboard boats and ships, and aquaculture, hatchery, and other research settings

    By Smith-Root based in Vancouver, WASHINGTON (USA). from Electroanesthesia for Fish Product line

  • Model 980-Series - Marine-Focusesd Acoustic Tags

    A breakthrough in marine fisheries research, the recently released 980-Series Acoustic Tags are specifically designed for tracking aquatic life in marine environments. Unlike other systems, researchers can track hundreds of fish in one area at the same time. They are immune to tag signal collision and data loss. Having the ability to track ...

    By Hydroacoustic Technology Inc. (HTI) based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Acoustic Tags Product line

  • HIT - Model 795 & 900-Series - Acoustic Tags

    HTI 795-Series & 900-Series Acoustic Tags offer many advanced capabilities that no other tag can. Unlike other systems, researchers can track hundreds of fish or tagged aquatic life simultaneously in one area. They are immune to tag signal collision and data loss. Obtain the highest resolution possible at far ranges (up to 20 cm at ranges ...

    By Hydroacoustic Technology Inc. (HTI) based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Acoustic Tags Product line

  • Model T13 - Detector

    The T13 is the largest of a new line of tunnel-type Coded Wire Tag (CWT) detectors. It maintains the high sensitivity of the earlier R-Series detectors and their ability to detect a tag in any orientation but accommodates a much larger fish.

    By Northwest Marine Technology (NMT) based in Shaw Island, WASHINGTON (USA). from Coded Wire Tags Product line

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