The Dangerous Keyboard Reader 1 acts like a USB HID (Human Interface Device) keyboard. No drivers. No nonsense. Just plug in the KBR1 and UIDs read from any ISO14443A tag are sent to the host as keyboard input. The UID will be “typed” into whatever application has focus. Want to collect tag UIDs in a spreadsheet? Simple! Want a quick, uncomplicated way to log into your computer with your implant? Easy! Oh and did I mention the KBR1 gets excellent range with our xNT, xM1+, flexNT, and flexDF transponders?
A fun video!
|The xNT tag is made with the 13.56MHz ISO14443-A and NFC Type 2 compliant NTAG216 chip, which is encased in a biologically safe 2x12mm cylindrical bioglass tube.|
|The xM1 tag is made with a 13.56MHz ISO14443-A compliant “Classic 1k” emulator chip, which is encased in a biologically safe 3x13mm cylindrical bioglass tube.|
|The flexNT is a flexible biopolymer treated inlay approximately 8mm wide by 22mm long carrying the NTAG216 chip. The flexNT has the same chip as the xNT, however the flexNT offers many times the readability, range, and performance of the xNT.|
|The flexDF is a semi-flexible biopolymer treated inlay, approximately 10mm wide by 22mm long, carrying the DESFire EV1 8kB NFC Type 4 multi-application chip.|