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First attempt: Arduino passive RFID
Lights up a LED when RFID tag/card approaches the reader.
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From: James Tan
RDM6300 125Khz RFID Reader demonstrated with Arduino UNO
Authentication systems are used in many places such as in Attendance sysstems, Login Time Tracking and also for Identifcation systems. The RFID is the most widely used cheap solutin that is used for the identificatin process. There are many types of card as active cards , passive cards etc.
The passive cards are those that does not have any power supply for the card. They have a frequncy of 125Khz. These cards have a unique identification number that is stored on the card. These unique...
From: Sumeru Labs
HF Wireless Passive Battery-Free RFID Temperature Sensor Demonstration and Tutorial
Learn more at http://www.phaseivengr.com. The capabilities of a commercial passive, battery-free wireless RFID temperature sensor in a credit card format are demonstrated in this video. The video covers RFID readers, battery free passive RFID temperature sensors, High Frequency HF 13.56 MHz ISO 15693 RFID sensor technology, prevention of self-heating, low temperature performance of the Phase IV Engineering SensTAG, metal mount RFID sensors, custom RFID sensors, and other sensor options such as...
Arduino RFID Reader with OLED display
Authentication systems are used in many places such as in Attendance systems, Login Time Tracking and also for Identification systems. The RFID is the most widely used cheap solution that is used for the identification process. There are many types of card as active cards , passive cards etc.
The passive cards are those that does not have any power supply for the card. They have a frequency of 125Khz. These cards have a unique identification number that is stored on the card. These unique...
ARDUINO BASED RFID READER RDM630 SYSTEM WITH ETHERNET SHIELD AND WEB APPLICATION
A micro-controller based project using arduino, rdm630 rfid reader, 125 khz passive rfid cards, servo motor, ethernet shield etc. This is a student monitoring device.. Please like our facebook page for more micro-controller based projects video.. https://www.facebook.com/elextronyx/
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From: Ardin Hajihil
AR200U is a mid range reader for parking card access system that can penetrate most solar film in market to offer affordable mid range reading without winding down windows. User can comfortably flash their card from inside the car. AR200U uses passive RFID long range card and is compatible with most vehicle car park access control system.
From: Magnet MAG
GarbleCard shields RFID cards whether place on top or between card and reader.
It's not just a shield. It is a passive device that momentarily detunes the RFID antennae in the Smartcard so it can not be read when held with a GarbleCard. This patented technology is affordable, $5 and it works.
From: Garble Card
Signal vault passive RFID cards on shark tank cost on .75c US
Signal-Vault cards only cost 0.75 cents which is similar to cards sold in China via Alibaba. These cards retail for $14.95 retail. Seems a huge profit for what in effect is similar to just another programmed mifare RFID card (just like a credit card) but programmed to spit out garbage when interrogated in the hope of fooling a reader.
From: Tyler Harris
Long Range (Touchless) Card Automated Vehicle Barrier System
This video shows long range passive RFID card (no battery, no additional transponder) placed inside a card near the windscreen with doors closed. This testing shows antenna and reader capable to detect card presence thus in automated vehicle barrier system it would allow access of the vehicle with the card into the secured compound or premises.
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From: CCTV plus Automation