How Does The System Work?
The bolus is inserted into the animal at the earliest opportunity. The bolus transmits readings to receivers, installed in the building, that transmit the data to an on-site computer where the temperature, animal identification, date and time can be viewed and are recorded.
If a larger area is required to be covered, repeaters are installed that allow the information to be bounced to the onsite computer. The data is recorded in real time and continuously records to the computer. As a result, an animal’s rise in body temperature from exposure
to a challenge to their immune system can be can be seen without manually taking the animals temperature.