ID chip


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ID chip

An RFID chip that contains a unique number for identification purposes. See RFID, NFC and microchip implant.
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Inside the triangle is an ID chip, which tracks how long the trip was and charges your account.
Fiero took Delilah to a veterinarian Thursday, both to get her eyes and ears checked out and to see whether she had an ID chip implanted beneath her skin that would reveal her owner.
Who is to say that if the anti-gunners get licensing and implant laws a person must not have an ID chip implanted in his shooting hand?
To own a handgun, a person must get a license and have an ID chip implanted in his shooting hand.
Sparky had the hi-tech ID chip - no bigger than a grain of rice - inserted under his skin before he disappeared.
She had no ID chip or any form of collar tag but is thought to be one year old and will be rehomed in Scotland.
Features include automatic sample tracing via a sample ID chip in the sample cup and automatic selection of the right calibration.
We had had an ID chip put in her in case anything happened to her but of course this did not matter to whoever killed her.
She was taken to a vet where an ID chip was discovered which showed it was not McGowan's dog.
If the cat has an ID chip, the ID number pops up on the scanner's screen.
We are well-versed in PositiveID/VeriChip's business as we made a conscious decision to divest PositiveID/VeriChip from Digital Angel in 2008 due to a lack of synergies between the businesses and our desire not to be associated with the human ID chip business.
Each extension board has standardized connectors and headers, and includes an Atmel CryptoAuthenticationTM ID chip for unique identification upon connection with an Xplained MCU board.