This pack is designed for NFC developers wanting to test the various NFC chips. Contains 18 NFC tags - 2 x Ultralight, 2 x Ultralight C, 2 x NTAG203, 2 x 1k, 2 x Desfire 4k, 2 x Broadcom Topaz 512, 2 x NTAG213, 2 x NTAG216, 2 x NTAG210.
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Some of these tags contain chips which need to be NDEF formatted so they can be encoded with Windows 8 phones. Select 'Windows 8', 'Other' or 'Various' during checkout if you are using or might be using Windows 8 to encode.
These tags can be encoded and read by Android NFC phones.
All these tags apart from the 1k can be encoded and read by BlackBerry phones
Price per pack : £16.25
This pack is designed for NFC developers wanting to test the various NFC chips. Contains 18 NFC tags in pairs - 2 x Ultralight, 2 x Ultralight C, 2 x NTAG203, 2 x 1k, 2 x Desfire 4k, 2 x Broadcom Topaz 512, 2 x NTAG213, 2 x NTAG216, 2 x NTAG210.
Every tag is clearly labelled to aid identification.
Note The 1k isn't compatible with BlackBerry NFC enabled phones or the Android based Nexus 4 or 10.
Windows Phone Users : We do not format any of the tags in the chip developer pack so you receive them in 'factory' state for accurate testing. This will mean that the ultralight tags will not be recognised by Windows phones as provided. It is possible to format them with an Android phone and then they can be used with Windows.
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