NFC sticker data is measured in bytes. The chip type and data size for each product is listed in the
Excel Sheet below:
|Chip||Memory (bytes)||User Memory (bytes)||URL characters||Best Use|
|Ultralight||64||48||41||Cost effective chip for short URLs in products (wristbands, keyfobs, etc).|
Popular, established all-round NFC chip. Cost-effective with good memory
|NTAG210||80||48||41||Cheap, general NFC use with short URLs. Limited availability|
|NTAG213||180||144||132||Next generation chip, will eventually replace NTAG203. Great Scan Strength.|
The 'one in the middle'. Good memory but limited availability compared to the
Large memory and full feature set. Higher price limited availability compared
to the NTAG216. makes it suitable for vCard and larger memory use only.
Specialist applications requiring encryption only. makes it suitable for vCard and larger memory use Poor scan distance with
Legacy applications only. Not recommended for general mobile phone
|Desfire 4k||4K||4094||2000||Specialist applications requiring strong data encryption only.|
Universally compatible chip available in only a limited number of products.
Useful for vCards or small data storage.