Stephca- Now there's an easier, safer way to perform a wide range of animal-husbandry and veterinary procedures, such as dehorning, castrating, branding, A.I., Castrating, and more. Comes complete with operator's manual, output socket and lead, charger and electrodes for mouth and caudal fold, and a carrying case.
Comes with a 110 Wall charger, holds approx. 6hrs on a charge. Even if it starts going dead, as long as you catch it before it’s dead, you can plug it in the wall, and you will have FULL power right away , while it charges, (like a cell phone).
Old Style Charger is for Units purchased prior to May 2011, any unit after that would take the New Style charger.
The Immobilizer gives the user three options for immobilizing the animal. The first is with the use of a set of alligator clamps as seen above for full animal immobilization. The second option is using an anal probe as seen to the side. The probe can be used by itself to fully immobilize the back 3/4 of the animal while the front part is partially immobilized. Finally, the probe can be used in conjunction with an alligator clamp on the animal's lip for full immobilization. The probe is offered as an optional item when purchased. Rectal Probes are Sold Separately.
How it works: The compact, portable Immobilizer produces brief electronic pulses that safely induce electrical currents through the tissues of the animal. This causes the muscles to go into spasm, immobilizing the animal.
A proven record of safety: More than 10,000 Immobilizers are currently in service, and there have been no known incidents of injury or death associated with their use. The Immobilizer also reduces the risks associated with the use of general anesthesia. Because large-animal anesthesia is a relatively imprecise science, animal deaths occasionally result from its use. But the Immobilizer eliminates the need for general anesthesia, also eliminating the risks associated with it.
Easy to use: One electrode is clamped to the corner of the animal's mouth, and the other electrode is clamped to the caudal fold under the tail. Then the proper amount of current is applied.
Stephca- Now there's an easier, safer...