This is a low frequency (125Khz) RFID Reader With serial Output with range upto 15cms. The RFID Reader is designed specifically for low-frequency (125 kHz) passive tags.Frequency refers to the size of the radio waves used to communicate between the RFID system components.

For more details visit us at: http://researchdesignlab.com/rfid-shield.html

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From: ResearchDesignLab

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Arduino RFID Reader Final

For Code and Schematic of Arduino Based RFID Reader visit http://arduinorecipes.com/tutorial-view.php?tg=17

A radio frequency identification reader (RFID reader) is a device used to gather information from an RFID tag. It can be used to track individual objects. It is widely used in a number of applications including various Attendance Systems, Key-less door locks, Fast-Tag at Toll Plazas, Automatic Parking Systems, etc.

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From: Positron Technologies

Related topics : rfid tag reader arduino / radio frequency identification device rfid / radio frequency identification tags (rfid) / rfid door lock system arduino / radio frequency identification rfid systems

Sounds like RFID: Using a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) reader to make musical instruments

RFID tags can turn basic craft materials into an electronic musical instrument of your own design. Paper cups can become rich-sounding handbells with the addition of some RFID tags, a reader and a little programming.

To view full directions for this science project, see the full "Sounds Like RFID: Using a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Reader to Make Musical Instruments" Project Idea at Science Buddies....

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From: ScienceBuddiesTV

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RFID reader Interface with PC (com port test)

RFID (Radio Frequency identification)reader Interface with PC (com port test)



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From: Geek Wave Solution

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NI myRIO: RFID reader

Learn the basic theory of RFID (radio-frequency identification), the ID-12LA RFID reader with UART output, and the EM4001 transponder bitstream (125-kHz, 64-bit).

This video supplements the book "NI myRIO Project Essentials Guide," a free download available at http://www.ni.com/myrio/project-guide.

*** NOTE: The RFID reader is no longer included in the NI myRIO Embedded Systems Kit ***

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From: NTS Press

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LF Long Range Reader

Recently, DAILY RFID has launched a new RFID Long range reader with Low Frequency. The comes with RS232, TCP/IP or Wiegand interface to connect the devices. For more details about this reader, please visit DAILY RFID (www.rfid-in-china.com) or email query at rfid_sales02@vip.163.com.

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From: Betty DAILY RFID

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RFID Reader with RGB LEDs

Update on the progress of my RGB LED, RFID messenger bag. I have connected the RFID (radio frequency identification) reader to my LED panel. The reader picks up the unique ID number from RFID tags (the same as security badges that unlock doors) which then causes a certain color or animation to happen.

I'm using an Arduino Uno to power the LED matrix and RFID reader.

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From: Kathryn McElroy

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Using the Handheld UHF Reader

Demonstrating the range of the Ultra High Frequency RFID Reader.

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From: Fort Supply Technologies LLC

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Introduction of 125 kHz LF RFID Reader (211023)

GAO RFID's 125 kHz LF RFID Reader is fully compliant with ISO18000 standard and is able to read EM4001 compatible format ID cards. It features high receiving sensitivity, low operating current, stable performance and high reliability. The ID card reader with built-in antenna has a long read distance of 80 to 100 cm and communicates viaRS232, RS485 and Wiegand 26ports. It is widely used for parking and personnel access control. This low frequency RFID reader is equipped with an auto-tuning...

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From: GAO RFID Inc.

Related topics : rfid lf 125 khz / rfid 125 khz antenna / rfid reader distance

Low Frequency RFID Reader IC

To introduce basic knowledge of RFID technology and U2270B low frequency RFID reader IC

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From: FarnellElectronics

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