NFC Implant X2
The NFC Set X2 includes an NFC Implant Type ISO 14443. Set in a lead-free, organic glass case made by SCHOTT and is 2mm x 12mm in length. The NFC Implant as well as the injector are delivered in a sterile packaging. The Chip is pre-loaded into the injection. You are able to read the chip with NFC capable smartphones, tablets etc. thanks to the NFC standard of 13,56 MHz and MIFARE Ultralight® C.
NFC Implant notices during daily use
The following notices are not government decreed, they are test references from customers and self-tests. In some exceptions or under different circumstances, results may vary.
Security checks will not detect the NFC Implant as the metal amount is too minor.
The NFC Implant can endure high velocities, up to Mach 3 without any complications, it will simply press itself lightly into the tissue.
Visiting a sauna is no problem for the NFC Implant. Its temperature is regulated by your own body temperature and sweat automatically.
High performance sports such as rock climbing or martial arts can be pursued easily, protective gloves should be worn when using firearms to avoid injuries .
Imbedded in tissue that protects your NFC Implant, you can work worry-free with heavy machinery or tools.
If your occupation requires the use of firearms, the recoil will not have an impact on the NFC Implant. Half- and full automatic firearms with a 5.56mm – 9mm calibre were tested.
Diving depth ist nearly unlimited. The implant was tested in 40m, but can also withstand deeper dives, e.g. skin diving deeper than 40m.
Regular magnets will not have an impact on the implant and even CT and MRI screenings had no effect based on the reports of customers.
Components that make our NFC Implant a high quality product
MIFARE® of the company NXP Semiconductors / Philips is the largest chip manufacturer worldwide that uses the NFC technic which is built into almost every android smartphone and contact-free chipcard and distinguishes itself through maximum compatibility, global range and high durability.
SCHOTT is the leading corporation in Germany and worldwide when it comes to specialty glass and ceramic technologies. In order to ensure our NFC Implant a non-hazardous and robust case, we chose the organic glass shell “SCHOTT 8625 Transponderglass” . Find out more here.
What do the technical details mean?
NTAG 216 is the chipset used. The 2 stands here for the set and the leading digits for the size of the storage medium. The terminal device that is to be controlled with the NFC implant often only indicates “Type 2” as the supported format, since the memory block is irrelevant for compatibility. 13.56 MHz is the frequency range of NFC. 134 KHz and 125 KHz frequencies are also available as implants, but this frequency range is not supported by smartphones and cannot be written to. Therefore, this frequency range (NFC) is the more future-oriented one for implants. ISO 144431 A / B ensures that your terminal device can actually communicate with the NFC implant. We use the current standard for our chips. If you have any questions about ISO certificates, please contact our support.