- On sale!
MultipassNFC - Implantable NFC chip
An implantable NFC microchip, operates at 13.56 MHz. Used for unlocking devices and storing data from your smartphone
This chip is on sale because it has been made obsolete by our new MultipassNFCxLED implant. While this implant is still 100% usable, Cyberise will not continue to stock it in the future, this implant is only available while stocks last.
The MultipassNFC is an implantable NFC chip. It is powered wirelessly from the reader, such as a phone. This means there is no battery or other dangerous components. The MultipassNFC is writable, allowing you to store nearly 1kb of data on the implant, such as business cards, medical information and anything else you want. The chip can be re-written as many times as you want (at least 100,000 times), so you can update the data whenever you want using a smartphone or USB NFC reader. For more details on how to use this implant, such as how to load digital business cards and how to unlock your phone by scanning the implant, read our guide.
Implantable NFC microchip.
Operates at 13.56 MHz, and conforms to the NFC standard.
Data storage: 888 bytes of re-writeable memory.
Reading and writing distance is about 1cm, but depends on the model of phone.
Implant size: 2x12mm
- One 2x12mm MultipassNFC chip, pre-loaded into injector needle. pre-sterilized.
- Standard injection prep kit (for details of the prep kit contents, visit the product page)
- safety: This product is a standard implantable chip. It is safe to implant, provided best practices are followed.
warranty: This product comes with Cyberise.Me's standard lifetime warranty. If the implant fails before your biology does, we will replace or refund it.
warranty: Warranty terms and conditions are that the implant is used in it's intended function. I.e. implanted within the body.
This product comes with Cyberise.Me's standard lifetime warranty. If the implant fails before your biology does, we will replace or refund it.
Warranty terms and conditions are that the implant is used in it's intended function. I.e. implanted within the body.