I don’t want that to happen with my Apex.
But good to know the blinky will survive
Here is the other post with a bit of background info
I don’t want to dip my fly in your ointment here, but this demonstrates one of two things:
- The xLED is exceptionally robust
- The xLED couples poorly
I’ll be generous and assume the former
hah i was also surprised… but then i had to wonder if it was a 125khz LF xLED / xFD and that is why reason #2 might actually be accurate here.
Oh shit I forgot. I need to send Spyfoxls those supplies.
I tested the 125khz xLED too but it wouldn’t even light on this setup since we used a clean sine wave without harmonics and 13,56MHz is way to high for it
@amal did you first see this in Iceman’s tweet?
Lol that is great. Full circle. Started here. I showed Chris and the others in the PM3 server, he tweeted it, now back to here
What would you assume the average lifespan of the xLED implantable and field detectors?
depends on what you’re doing… are you leaving it on a reader 24x7x365? if so then probably like 3… years? or maybe 5-7 years? ish? it’ll just get dimmer over time… LEDs don’t often burn out they just fade away
Neil Young or Kurt Cobain reference?
My guess is Kurt Cobain, with the Seattle grunge scene being at its peak in your formative teenage years…
Or am I reading too much into your statement?