NFC Implant X2 Description
The NFC Set X2 contains an NFC implant of type ISO 14443. This is set in a lead-free organic glass case from SCHOTT and measures a total of 2mm x 12mm. The injection device, is shipped together with the NFC implant in a sterile protective packaging. The chip is already preloaded in the injection device. The frequency of 13.56 MHz and the built-in NXP chipset MIFARE NTAG216® allow reading and writing via NFC-enabled smartphone (Apple and Android). Various access control systems are also supported. To test compatibility with existing access control systems, NFC test implants are recommended.
Notes on the NFC implant in everyday life
These indications are empirical values from customers or in-house tests and not government-approved tests. In exceptional cases or under certain conditions, the instructions below may be overridden.
At controls, the NFC implant remains unnoticed. The metal content is too low to be detected by detectors.
The implant can withstand high speeds and is safe up to Mach 3. The NFC implant presses slightly into the tissue.
The NFC implant survives a sauna session without any problems. The internal body temperature is automatically regulated by sweat.
Competitive sports such as Climbing or martial arts can be practiced without any problems. To avoid injury, gloves should be worn when using long guns.
Working with heavy equipment or tools is no problem here, as the NFC implant is optimally embedded in the tissue and thus protected.
If you use a gun professionally, the recoil does not affect the implant at all. Semi-automated and fully automated systems were tested. Weapons of caliber 5.56mm – 9mm.
The diving depth is almost unlimited. This was tested to 40m, however, the NFC implant also holds deeper dives that exceed the recreational diving depth of about 40m.
Commercially available magnets do not affect the implant. According to many testimonials, even the CT and MRI are not dangerous.
Components that make our NFC implant a quality product
MIFARE® from NXP Semiconductors / Philips is the world’s largest chip manufacturer of NFC technology. This is built into almost every Android smartphone and contactless smart cards and is characterized by maximum compatibility, due to the worldwide range, as well as by durability.
SCHOTT is a leading German and international technology group in the fields of special glass and glass ceramics. In order to guarantee our NFC implant a robust and safe shell for you, we have chosen a bioglass shell “SCHOTT 8625 transponder glass”. You can find more information about the glass here.
What do the technical specifications mean?
NTAG 216 is the chipset used. The 2 stands here for the record 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 described. Therefore, this frequency range (NFC) for implants is the more future-oriented one. 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.