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Parallax RFID Card Reader (Serial) - Trossen Robotics
Parallax RFID Card Reader (Serial)
Item # PX-28140
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Designed in cooperation with Grand Idea Studio, the Parallax Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Reader Module is the first low-cost solution to read passive RFID transponder tags. The RFID Reader Module can be used in a wide variety of ...
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RedBee RFID reader with XBee wireless modules
Introducing the RedBee RFID Reader
An industry first with wireless functionality at hobby
level prices this little reader packs a powerful sting!
- USB and XBee Interface
- Run teathered to a PC or program for independant operation
- Create reader networks with Shared Serial Devices Protocol (SSDP)
Take a look at the RFID Experimenters Kit which comes with 5 projects and a variety of...
pcProx USB RFID Reader - Trossen Robotics
pcProx®-USB: No Programming Required!
The pcProx USB RFID reader is compatible with all EM4102 (125 kHz) RFID tags. This reader acts as a hassle-free keyboard wedge. The powerful yet intuitive configuration software can be used to configure the reader's output with various formatting options. Once configured, pcProx takes the proximity card's identification information and sends it as keystrokes as if it were typed by the user.
When pcProx is deployed, no software is needed. It uses standard USB drivers supplied by the operating system such as Windows or Macintosh. ...
RFIDuino V1.2 - An Arduino RFID Shield with Xbee, buzzer ...
This page is for the RFIDuino V1.2. Visit this guide to see the differences between the Version 1.1 and 1.2 Hardware.
The RFIDuino is an Arduino RFID Shield which makes Arduino RFID projects super easy to build. Just drop the RFIDuino Shield onto your Arduino microcontroller, load our sample code, and you'll be reading tags in no time! Our getting started guide will take you through the process...
RFID Experimenters Kit
The Projects Disk has 5 Awesomelicious Projects
A computer is the heart of any true tech geek lair. Laugh at your friends typing in their passwords like its 1979. Your little war machine knows it's you by just sensing your greatness (and that RFID tag in your pocket.) (See video below)
Keys are so 1800s man! What are we, cave people here? A real tech geek saunters into his pad with the wave of...