NFC Implant X3 Elite

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Copyable chip implant with sterile injection needle

The NFC implant with changeable UID serial number

Simply copy your existing access or member card to your chip implant! With this package you get everything you need to implant a RFID chip yourself or at one of our partner piercers. This elite version of the X3 also allows copying / cloning of existing cards and tags (UID Changeable) to the implant. If you do not wish to have including piercing service, simply select “without service”.

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NFC Implant X3 Elite Description

The NFC Set X3 Elite contains an NFC chip implant of the type ISO 14443 / Classic compatible. This is set in a SCHOTT brand biocompatible protective case and measures a total of 3x13mm and 3x15mm, respectively. The injection needle containing the chipset is shipped in a sterile protective package. This Elite version is not an NXP chipset like the X2, but it is possible to clone other chips with this version. If you already have an RFID / NFC card or tag in Classic 1K format, this existing chip set can be copied to the NFC implant (UID Changeable Sector 0 and 1).

Please note that to copy existing tags you need an NFC Writer (e.g. ACS ACR122U) and our software or our in-house Writer X3W Clone. Incorrect handling can lead to defective. If you are unsure whether your existing access system or smartphone is compatible, we offer appropriate test tokens.

If you do not need the additional function explained below, we recommend the standard version of the X3.

What does cloning or copying the chip implant mean?

When you use your existing access card to identify yourself at a system, i.e. at a reader or locking cylinder, the system checks whether the chip’s serial number is stored in the system. If this is not the case, the access card will be rejected. In order for the card to gain access, the card’s serial number must be stored in the system. Most of the time, however, you do not have access to teach in new chips. Ex. at a home entrance door, gym or at the workplace. However, since you already have access authorization via your access card, you can copy the serial number to the X3 Elite so that the system recognizes the NFC implant as an existing access card.

UID in everyday life

The UID was originally used as an authentication option on end devices. In concrete terms, this means that a reading unit such as an external antenna picks up the UID / serial number of the respective transponder and forwards it. Subsequently, a controller checks whether the serial number is granted access or is rejected if, for example, the UID is not known to the system. This procedure takes place very frequently in everyday life and has the benefit of checking quickly and efficiently whether the cardholder is authorized or not. This test method can be found e.g. for electronic access control in gyms, front doors, office buildings or as access control for electronic time stamps, PC units, public transport monthly cards and many more. However, the principle behind this technique always remains the same.

Clone UID

Since the exchange or editing of sector 0 was not possible and still is with NXP chipsets, the additional UID had to be taught or exchanged into the system that decides on access or admission, since the implant had to keep its fixed UID. Therefore, with other implants, one is forced to learn a new “access card”, which is usually very time-consuming, since there is often no access to the system that manages the transponders. Ex. in the case of offices or gyms, communication difficulties often arise. The X3 Elite, on the other hand, has the unique feature of incorporating the serial number of the existing transponder, so that, for example. the turnstile in the gym or the access control system in the office starts from the original transponder and access is granted.

Notes of the partner piercer service

If you add the service, the piercing costs are included with our partner piercers. Please note that with inexperienced implantation, veins and muscle tissue can be injured. Please consult qualified personnel for this purpose in order to minimize the risk of injury. You are welcome to use our partner piercers even without the procedure that can be booked through us.grab. However, in this case, we cannot firmly calculate the cost of the procedure.

Notes of the partner piercer service

This option not only includes the chipset with injection needle, but we also take care of the payment processing of the injection at one of our partner piercers. You can make an appointment individually with one of our piercers. If we do not have a piercer in your area, please contact us and we will find a suitable piercer for you free of charge. Here, too, a 30-day cooling-off period applies.

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.

Test implant X3
Non-sterile implant for testing smartphone or home automation compatibility


NFC Testcoin
Test card in EC card format to check compatibility regardless of range


Scope of delivery


Chipset in injection syringe

Chip set with injection material. The syringe is packed in an EO sterile bag. Sterilization is regularly tested by an independent German laboratory.

Details: ethylene oxide sterilization, SIGMA Medical Supplies corp.


You will receive our online guide as a print version. This little guide will help you get off to a good start in the world of chip implants and has a few tips and tricks ready for you.

Details: Printing from Germany, 20pages, color 4/4


Disinfection wipes

To enable a sterile procedure, three disinfecting wipes are included. These can be used as surface disinfection and skin cleansing prior to implantation.

Details: 2 pieces 32 x 67mm BRAUN Isopropyl Pads(data sheet, safety data sheet), 1 piece Dr. Beckmann Hygienic Moist Wipe(safety data sheet)


Waterproof plasters

You will receive 10 waterproof plasters with each chip implant. With these patches, you can shower and swim until the puncture wound heals.

Details: 5 pieces 72 x 19mm and 5 pieces 38 x 38mm, FIGO Werunia GmbH, Clinically tested.



In addition, a pair of latex-free vinyl gloves are included, which are also free of accelerators and therefore have a good skin compatibility.

1 pair, size M, Meditrade®, unpowdered in white or blue.

Wound plaster

For the initial treatment of the wound, two sterile wound plasters are included. These are large enough to protect the puncture site and absorb light bleeding.

Details: 2 pieces 70 x 50mm, MaiMed® GmbH, Clinically tested.


Protective mask

Regardless of the pandemic, we include a protective mask with every order to minimize the risk of bacterial infections as well.

Details: KingFA FFP2 NR particle filter half mask, CE 0598, EN standard 149:2001 + A1:2009, color white


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To determine this value, the reading board X3P USB and X2R Stick were used. The guide value is without unit of measurement and refers exclusively as a comparative value to other implants.


Some chipsets cannot be read or written with all smartphone models. Main causes are: Restriction by the operating system, a too thick smartphone case or one that shields NFC signals (metal).

Access / access control systems

If you want to control access systems with your implant, we have determined a value based on user experience and manufacturer that reflects the probability of compatibility. This value is not a substitute for a detailed test using a test implant.


There are a number of RFID / NFC readers on the market that can read NFC transponders. Many of these readers do not support all formats or are simply too weak to read NFC implants.

UID / Encryption

Each implant has a UID or CUID or also called ID in the case of 125Khz chipsets, which can identify themselves on control units etc.. This serial number, which is usually read alphanumerically, varies in length and is encrypted to varying degrees.


Door locks, readers and smartphones can read passive NFC transponders. Manufacturers of these devices determine which chipsets are supported. Therefore, there is a different distribution of individual chipset types. However, this is not an indicator that this chipset must also be the right one for you.


The memory size of the chipsets, is often overestimated and attributed too great a benefit. The memory of the implants is very small, but more than sufficient for most requirements. A business card, for example, requires only a memory of about 100byte.