Recent news​

Pet Search Joins With Scanner Angel Oz

Paul Lewis - April 4, 2013

 

Pet Search is an Australian Organisation that have been operating for over 20 years with their one objective being

to reunite lost pets with their owners.


As a part of their service, Pet Search will now be including Scanner Angel listings for all of their lost pets so that Halo Scanner users will be able to find out immediately if the pet that they are scanning has been reported to Pet Search.



Scanner Angel Oz would like to welcome Lee, Jared and everyone at Pet Search to the Scanner Angel Oz team and we look forward to a long and successful association with them !

© 2013 by Scanner Angel OZ

Scanner Angel V 2.0 Software is Now Available

Paul Lewis - April 18, 2013

 

The latest version (V 2.0) of the Scanner Angel application and driver has just been released and can be downloaded from this link.



This is a totally new application that has many improvements and additions over the old version including Win 8 compatibility and a utility that allows users to reset their Halo so that it can be used in other countries of the world.

 

 Scanner  V 2.0 Installation (exe) file.



To install the update, download the file and when the download is complete, simply run the .exe file.

Once this is done, you can simply run the executable file and the new driver will install automatically.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

The Halo has gone Green !

Paul Lewis - August 11, 2013

 

If you want a Microchip Scanner that's a little differernt to the rest, the Halo is your obvious choice.

As well as being the cheapest and most versatile scanner on the market, the Halo is also the only one with such a wide variety of colours.

 

We are pleased to announce that as from August 2013, a new Green Halo has been added to the range to complement the White, Black Blue and Pink that were already available.

 

If you work in an area where there are multiple scanners regularly in use, buying them in a variety of colours is a very sensible option so that you can easily keep track of where each Halo belongs or who they have "borrowed" from.

 

You may even find that one of the five colours that are normally available will help you to colour co ordinate your practice or shelter to match your organisations livery or colour scheme !