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Not all blink is created equally

Looking to use your phone to power your blinky? Choose a high frequency chip. If you’re looking to share contacts, links, use it for physical access control (ISO14443A compliant), or log into a computer, you’ll need an xSIID. If you want pure blink, choose an xLED. Low frequency versions of the xLED can be powered by things such as the xEM Access Controller, many automobile RFID push-button-start conversions, legacy readers such as HID Prox, and even QI chargers.

xSIID

  • 13.56MHz
  • ISO14443A & NFC Type 2FC
  • 1kB (888 bytes) of user writable memory
  • Colors:
    • Red
    • White
    • Blue
    • Green

xLED

    • 125kHz and 13.56Mhz versions
    • No chip, just blink
    • Half the price of an xSIID
    • ¬†Colors:
      • Red
      • White
      • Blue
      • Green

 

New to Dangerous Things? Check out the Biohacking Primer