Mifare MF522-AN RFID reader/writer + Arduino test

I've been planning to do a project involving Arduino and RFID for a while. I found a £15/$20 RFID module on eBay, based around the MFRC522 chip, which arrived today. This is my very first test with it, identifying my two test cards and outputting the results on the serial line. Possibilities now are endless...

Link to details and code: http://www.grantgibson.co.uk/blog/2012/04/how-to-get-started-with-the-mifare-mf522-an-and-arduino/

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From: Grant Gibson

Related topics : mifare rfid reader arduino / mifare rfid reader writer

1st Choice RFID R2000 Reader and PC1200 Network Converter

This is to demonstrate how our Long Range RFID Reader can be hardwired to connect to an Access Controller and simultaneously be connected to a local PC for remote monitoring of the reader's output data. The Reader's LH Port is the Serial Data Output Port side for connecting to a PC and the Reader's RH Port outputs Wiegand Card Number Data and connects directly to a 26-bit Wiegand Access Controller.

The device laying on the laptop is a PC1200 Network Converter that is used to convert the...

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From: jjlutube

Related topics : rfid card reader serial output / rfid long range reader