Well if you’ve only got them last Friday chances are there is still some bleeding gone on there, and even some minor swelling.
It could be the swelling
With the KBR1 Reader, I could see the LEDs much better
Just FYI, RFID encompasses both High Frequency AND Low Frequency implants.
We would normally refer to them as
Low Frequency or LF or 125kHz
High Frequency or HF or 13.56MHz if you said NFC we would also know what you meant.
Further reading if you are interested
As the others said above, I also think this is the case.
Give it 1-2 weeks.
One thing to remember is that it is also possible it was implanted led-first, so it is embededd deeper and thus more difficult to see.
Yes, that happens usually. It takes days for most xSIIDs to be seen.
It’s not uncommon to see them on day 1, then not for some days, then again.
It’s probably blood.
It will likely be faster but yeah, start panicing in 2 weeks.
Funny, my implant’s north side is a bit higher actually. Same for a friend where I installed it. I think that has to do with the install angle, after amals video we probably took the tip of the neefle a bit too far up.
Thanks Pilgrimsmaster! I know the difference between LF and HF and that they are both RFID technologies. Apologies for writing it down incorrect.
I’ll wait it out a week or two to check! I’ll keep you all posted here! And thanks, love to be part of this gang!
Jumping in here - is there yet a 100% sure way to say what end of the syringe the LED sits in? I plan on getting a xSIID installed as well, and I’d like to be able to control the placement at least a bit
Oh, and @cl3tus :
Welcome and greetings from your German neighbourhood!
Awesome, It is just one of those things that tend to snowball, People see it or hear it and start to repeat it, so we like to do damage control early.
Only by removing it from the syringe, unfortunately, At least you have a fantastic installer, so you can get a scalpel install.
You MIGHT be able to eject it to the end of the needle and stop prior to it being ejected and then injected
This was Amals reply late last year,
I’m not sure what state this is at currently
This is the thread it came from, There are a few other comments about the LED Orientation that may be informative for you
Yep, I read that, but like you, I wasn’t sure about its current state… ah well, maybe I just try it out.
Hmmmm, that’s an idea… but I think the syringe is so nice and easy to use, I’d have a slightly hard time convincing my installer to take the chip out, do a scalpel install and fiddle that little thing inside
But we’ll see… I’m already curious on how we’re going to plan the three implants and two big scarifications I want to get done as soon as possible, without really having any vacation to rest
Thanks, I’ll take a look again - unlike you, I tend to forget things I read some months ago
Yes the new batch has the LED coming out first.
Yay! Perfect! Thanks for the clarification!
I saw you were involved in that conversation right up until the question was asked, I wasn’t sure if you had read it after, but I should have known you would have
Now we can both remember this together
AND yay for you thats awesome news.
Lucky you did ask (And Amal answered)
Yeah i’m a techie myself, so i exactly know what you mean! i’ve edited the first post for clarification.
Huh. Guess I must have got one of the last ones from the older batch (ordered in October 2020, your post was made in September). On mine the LED came out last. Perfectly happy with my placement though.
yeah there are different batch dates on the back (the lot sticker) … the newer batch is mixed with inventory from the older batch based on colors… but I’d have to dig up some notes and batch numbers to differentiate the two… right now dealing with a server crash. I got backups but it’s gonna take a couple days.
So, it was dark, turned off the lights, and hold the Keyboard reader next to the implant and i could see a very faint blue LED. So it should be working! My hand is still purple-ish so i pressume if all the blood is gone the LED will glow much brighter?
This is what I did to inject the spark og and archer. I popped out the LF chip, and then just loaded each.
I used a new sterile glove for each chip being loaded.