My Flippers arrived too now!
So far it read all shapes and types of HF transponders (13,56MHz) and does so even at good distances.
The reading range for Mifare classic cards was roughly 6cm,
Mifare Desfire Ev2 8k cards 4,5cm,
Mifare Desfire Ev3 8k card 4,5cm,
Mifare classic standard plastic tag 4,5cm,
Ntag213 sticker about 3cm,
Mifare Ultralight Ev1 (dutch train card) 5cm,
i didn’t find any Mifare Ultralight C or Ultralight Aes to test sadly.
Now another one that might be interesting is the performance of the Design Transponder since its coil Design is almost identical with that of the Flex series that can be injected using a big needle.
Its a Mifare Desfire Ev1 in this case and it had a range of roughly 2cm.
It also reads all the different versions of the Cliptag fine with and without a key inserted into the tag. All in all quize good so far.
It reads my Ntag216 implant well (xNt
) at a distance of 0,5cm above the skin,
The Mifare classic implant (xM1
+ magic) at 0,5cm above the skin
and the Desfire Ev2 8k (xDF2
) at a few milimeters above the skin.
The ranges of the Implants obviously depend on location but it works quite well. The emulating feature does not completely work for all of the types yet though.
Now i also tested 125kHz Transponders and so far it doesn’t read alot. It doesn’t read Hitag 1, it doesn’t read EM4450, it doesn’t read Hitag 2 pw, It doesn’t read Hitag S, But it does read EM4102 cards with a range of 4cm and it does read the T5577 implant (xEM) with a Range of about 1cm above skin. With the Tags that didn’t work they are simply not implemented yet as far as i know but they plan to add them in future Firmware Updates.
If you have any transponders i should try to get my hands on and measure the reading distances/ reading performance of i can try to do my best to get them and try them out.
All in all i absolutely love my Flipper Zeros! Ghey are just so handy and fun to work with all the wait was really worth it! :3