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RFID WiFi Reader | Hackaday.io
Publishing RFID tag with wifi is a great idea and there will be lots of usage areas. There are very cheap RFID readers (like RC522) around for a while and bringing them together with our great hero esp8266 WiFi chip seems to me a good idea. You of course can find other palaces to use this device. You can easily record the data in a database. The id and the time-stamp of reading the key-fob or...
RFID WiFi Reader | Details | Hackaday.io
There are very cheap RfID readers around for a while and bringing them together with our great hero esp8266 WiFi chip seems to me a good idea. You of course can find other palaces to use this device. You can easily record the data in a database. The id and the time-stamp of reading the key-fob or RfID card can be used as workman attendance control system for your factory. I will try to code some...
Arduino RFID Shield • Hackaday.io
controleverything.com. Why this shield This shield is so much easy to use all you need to do is plug you arduino into it and you are good to go. The RFID reader comes with a 6 inch cable so you can mount this...
Arduino anti-theft alarm shield • Hackaday.io
This project was created on 08/18/2014 and last updated 2 years ago.
This anti-theft alarm is basically an Arduino Mega Shield with fairly complex software.
The system is composed by a main circuit (the arduino shield) installed in an hidden place and an i2c connected...
RFID Front Door Lock • Hackaday.io
This project was created on 11/26/2015 and last updated a year ago.
I live near Boston and our public transit system uses NFC cards for regular users of the subway. This means that everyone I know has one already in their pocket, so it makes it very easy to give any of my friends access. Also, the city gives out the cards for free, so it's easy to get your hands on unused ones just by looking for them in the subway stations.