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Demonstrating the motorized lock on my home alarm system based on the Raspberry Pi. The lock has been used daily for almost half a year now. The alarm ...
You can build an RFID reader/writer using Arduino Uno project box for less than pound. This step by step instruction is what I follow to make an Arduino box ...
This week we take an RFID reader and attach it to an arduino. We first show you how the RFID reader works by sending in the TAGID on the RFID Tag. Then we ...
How to build an RFID Reader part 1 - Should you use Discrete Components, RFID Reader Chip...
New products of RFID readers, Access controller - Giga Tms
Mifare Reader\13.56MHz RFID Reader ISO14443A
MR2S/MF7S 1 Wire Mifare UID Reader
MR2S and MF7S are Mifare UID readers with 1-Wire and RS232 interface, designed to integrate with vehicle trackers and other controllers. With 10-48 VDC power input, it is convenient to install the reader in different vehicles. It aims to offer more flexibility to build solutions at ... more
Ultra High Frequency...
Trolley Scan - Can RFID tags replace barcodes cost ...
The RFID tag to replace barcodes is about to arrive from a number of different suppliers who are all working towards this goal. At the end of the day, all the tags offered will comprise of a small integrated circuit and an antenna in some form. With the departure from the 125KHz frequency range by manufacturers targeting this market, the need for expensive 1000 turn coils is gone drastically...
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bildr » Can You ID This? ID-20 RFID Reader + Arduino
Can You ID This? ID-20 RFID Reader + Arduino
Wednesday, February 23 rd , 2011
A few weeks ago we showed you how to control your arduino over serial . Well this week are going to do the same thing. Only this time instead of using the serial monitor to send the commands, we will be using the Innovations ID line RFID reader.
RFID , or Radio Frequency Identification, is basically a wireless barcode,...
RFID Reader - Mid range (125 kHz) - zeroohm.com
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RFID Reader - Mid range (125 kHz)
The main purpose of this RFID reader is to identify and track tags attached to object, it does that through the use of...
RF ID Card & Reader Module - EM18 RF ID Module (125KHZ ...
Pn532 Nfc/rfid Controller Breakout Board
Approx Price: Rs 1,500 / Piece
DESCRIPTIONThe PN532 is the most popular NFC chip, and is what is embedded in pretty much every phone or device that does NFC. It can pretty much do it all, such as read and write to tags and cards, communicate with phones (say for payment processing), and 'act' like a NFC tag. If you want to do any sort of embedded NFC work,...
125Khz RFID module RDM6300 - UART - MyDuino.com
RDM6300 125KHz cardreader mini-module�is designed for reading code from 125KHz card compatible read-only tags and read/write card . It can be...
RFID Readers and Tags for any specialty application - RFID ...
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"Your system we are using is operating quite flawlessly and has been since the last...
USB HF RFID Reader Writer - GAO RFID Asset Tracking
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Overview - USB Enabled HF RFID Reader/Writer (10223015)
This small yet, full featured mouse-sized RFID reader/writer is designed for the desk-top and is available for both UHF and HF RFID frequencies. (See USB Enabled UHF RFID Reader/Writer model 10216008 for the ultra high frequency version).
Common uses for the USB RFID reader are verification and programming of RFID tags and labels, personnel...
[VIDEO]125Khz HID Proxdata card copier / programmer ...
9 months ago
Almost everyone uses an RFID badge to get into their office or apartment, and it's a lot easier than you might think for someone to steal the data on your card to gain access. A group of white hat hackers called RedTeam Security cloned one of our work IDs to show us just how quickly they can do it from as far as 3-6 feet away. Produced by Chris Snyder Read more: http://www.techinsider.io/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/tech_insider/ TUMBLR:...
Android Reader 125Khz EM4200 tag - GYRFID Store
GY-R65 series RFID reader is supporting android system, which operating on smartphone like Sony, Sumsung. The reading range is up to 30mm in the front side...
For Anything: proxmarkii - cq.cx
For Anything: proxmarkii
This device is obsolete; my proxmark3 replaces it completely. I will leave the description, but it is of only historical interest.
My initial prox card `cloner' did the job, but it was not very general. Because I use analog circuitry to demodulate the signal from the...
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MERG produces a range of kits, for self-assembly, offering a wide range of functionality. These kits are one of the key reasons that people join MERG - only members can purchase them. The kits come with clear and detailed instructions and the MERG membership provides unrivalled support. Available kits are listed below. All the MERG products may be ordered using our...