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Hands free 125KHz long range proximity reader and EM card
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From: Mandy Chan
125kHz RFID Proximity ID Token Tag Key Keyfobs For Access System the Banggood.com
Operation frequency : 125Khz.
Each token pre-programmed with unique ID which is printed on it.
Water resistant, each comes with Key ring included.
Compatible with all RFID reader to gain access.
Card read distance : 0-10 cm
From: Synera Rc
RFID Based Attendance System Using Arduino
This is a simple RFID based project that I had made. In this project 125Khz RFID reader reads the students Tags and sends theTag number serially at 9600 baudrate to Arduino. Which then compares the received serial data with the ones stored in its Internal memory.
Arduino Uno: http://www.dnatechindia.com/arduino_uno_r3.html
TTL RFID Reader: http://www.dnatechindia.com/TTL-RFID-Reader.html
16x2 LCD: http://www.dnatechindia.com/16-2-blue-lcd-display.html
PCB Mounting Buzzer:...
From: DNA Technology
Engineering Roundtable #16 - Open Sesame
This week Joel gives us a thorough overview of RFID which stands for Radio Frequency Identification, then shows us a simple way to incorporate it into simple everyday applications.
Products Featured in this Video:
RFID Reader ID-20 (125 kHz): https://www.sparkfun.com/products/8628
RFID USB Reader: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9963
RFID Tag (125kHz) https://www.sparkfun.com/products/8310
RFID Glass Capsule (125kHz): https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9416
RFID Tag (125kHz):...
From: SparkFun Electronics
Device security through RFID
This project is used to secure your home appliances though RFID tags. You can secure 6 electrical appliances through this project. The microcontroller AT89S52 is used here. 125khz RFID reader with TTL output is connected to the microcontroller. The TAG ids are stored in the microcontroller program, so you cant change it later. If you want to change then you should flash the code again.
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From: Binu J
125 kHz RFID Tag reader (ATtiny13)
125 kHz RFID tag reader. Based on ATtiny13 micro-controller.
This RFID reader can read the unique 10-digit ID of any 125 kHz RFID Tag,
More information, source code, hex file and schematic diagram can be found on:
125kHz RFID tag reader
Out of the box test run using a simple RFID tag reader.
Source code and product info here:
From: James Devine
RDL'S RFID READER USB v2.0
RDL's RFID Reader-USB V2 is designed for reading code from 125KHz card compatible read-only tags . It can be applied in office/home security, personal identification, access control, interactive toy and production control systems etc.Non contact RFID module, uses the advanced Radio Frequency receiving circuit and embedded MCU design, combining with an efficient decoding algorithm.
Product link: https://researchdesignlab.com/modules/rfid-reader-usb-v2.html
From: Tech2 Geek
RFID Based Attendance System Using NXP 89C669 uController
The attendance system is basically an embedded one. Embedded stands for 'hardware controlled by software'. Here, the software using a Microcontroller controls all the hardware components. The microcontroller plays an important role in the system. The main objective of the system is to uniquely identify and to make attendance for a person. This requires a unique product, which has the capability of distinguishing different person. This is possible by the new emerging technology RFID (Radio...
From: PRINCE SUBROTO MANI
Atmel Atmega2560 Mega2560 RFID Reader and LCD display
I put together a quick demo of serial interfacing between two hardware serial ports on the Atmega2560 chip and a 2004 LCD display.
The RFID reader is a Priority 1 Design FDX-B/HDX RFID Reader Writer with TTL serial port. Our tags are 125kHz. Display is a QC2004A with a LCM1602 IIC V1 board on the back. The atmel chip is a Atmega2560
Message for code, I should start a github one day.
From: Jason Broadhurst